Brokerage: O'Deas Realty & Auction Room Ltd.
Devon House is thought to have been built prior to 1880. It is known that in 1891 this Southcott Award winning registered heritage structure belonged to A. M. MacKay , an agent for the Anglo-American Telegraph Company. He is given credit for helping to introduce electricity to the island and for installing the first telephone in 1878. The next prominent family to be linked to the house is the Templeman family who moved into the house in the mid-1890s. Devon House is a four-storey mixed stone and brick building on the east end of Duckworth Street. Bay widows are found on the street level and the second floor in both the front and back. Unusual peaked towers are built into the roof at both front and back of the third floor. The brickwork also shows ornate patterns. Unique opportunity to establish your commercial presence in the core of old St. Johns with great views of St. Johns Harbour. (id:35970)