Palatine Building, circa 1878, is a 3 1/2 storey stone Second Empire commercial/residential historically significant on Saint John’s most beautiful streetscape in the Trinity Royal area & features in its many exterior carvings, a gargoyle spitting out coins associating it with the original use as the Bank of Nova Scotia. Elaborate twin entrances, ground floor Roman arch windows in the central bay separated by polished red granite columns with decorative Corinthian capitals makes this one of the most impressive buildings in Canada. Stunning restoration, renovation & condition with added features for todays lifestyles that include many outside spaces for the occupants-from yard patio, 8 designated parking spots, private roof top patio that looks over & out to the mighty Bay of Fundy. (Complete reno list available ). Main floor currently art gallery-the exposed brick walls, rough beamed ceilings & open space with private street entrance. A secure 2nd ground floor entrance vestibule leads to 2nd floor office, approx. 2500 sq ft with its own rear entry to back deck & parking. 3rd & 4th floors house 2 loft apartments on each floor-all with exceptional amenities that portray the urban New York vibe. Enjoy sunny days, evening dining & drink in the sunsets on the rooftop deck with optimum ocean views. Currently fully leased & restored top to bottom, this incredible property is a perfect fit for the passionate owner occupied/long term investor. Uptown lifestyle like no other.
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