PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Elisha Andrews, High Sheriff of Charlotte County and son of the Loyalist Reverend Samuel Andrews, built this lovely home in 1820. The house is recognized for its arcitectural value in illustrating the neo-classical style in New Brunswick. The finely detailed rooms display period furniture drawn from the provincial collection. Costumed guides provide tours that interpret early nineteenth century living. Tea is served daily between 2 and 3:30 p.m.
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