ADDRESS: 459 Charlotte St., Fredericton, N.B., E3B–1L9
LOCATION: Downtown. Only five short blocks from the Saint John River and its network of walking and biking trails. Supermarkets, shopping, and restaurants plus business and government services are nearby, as well as bus service. There is onsite parking and outdoor yard space. BUILDING TYPE: Heritage Conversion. FEATURES: Five unique apartments make up this small residential property. The three street facing units retain the charm of a renovated older home. The ground floor bachelor unit has a large sunporch, hardwood floors and a decommissioned fireplace. There are two more bachelor units and a two level two bedroom unit on the 1st & 2nd floors and a two bedroom loft unit on the 3rd floor. There is ample parking in the back yard and coin-op laundry in the basement of the adjacent property. All units have baseboard hot water heating which is included in the rent. Any auxiliary electric heat and electric power in general is not included in the rent. NAME ORIGIN: This property shares its rear property line with Wetmore House on George St. across from the Loyalist Burying Ground. The Wetmore family settled in the small rural community of Clifton Royal on the Kingston Peninsula in 1783, after the American Revolution. The current owners are descendants of Clifton born Ella Wetmore.