66 ROPER STREET
Edward Mouland House
INTERESTED IN PURCHASING THIS RESTORED HERITAGE PROPERTY?
Restored, historic 1893 property. Restoration completed by Bonavista Living. Conveniently located in the Municipal Heritage District of Mockbeggar. The neighbourhood of Mockbeggar was first settled in the late 1600s and is one of Bonavista most scenic areas and within walking distance of downtown Bonavista, Garrick Theatre, shops, restaurants and cafes.
This home has many customizations still available including; the number of bedrooms or optional office, paint colors, staircase and more. The rear of the home offers an overview of a Provincially designated wetland and a Municipally-maintained Boardwalk. The backyard also offers an opportunity for a storage shed.
Please contact us for further details on the purchase and restoration of this home or your private tour.
Selling Price: $190,000
Property Type: Single-family
Storeys: 2 Storey
Built: circa 1893
Interior size: approx. 1250 sq ft
Lot size: approx. 4500 sq ft
Landscape: To be completed with fencing, summer of 2021
Neighbourhood Name: Mockbeggar
Neighbourhood Features: Near the ocean; backs onto a pond with boardwalk; bird-watching; walking distance to Main Street, Garrick Theatre, restaurants and cafes; historic sites.
Bedrooms: Options for 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 Full-bath and 1 Half-bath with laundry
Appliances Included: Refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, washer/drier
Basement Type: None
Heating Type: Electric
Sewer: Municipal sewage system
Water: Municipal water
The Mouland House was constructed in 1893 as part of a duplex shared by Edward (1857) and his younger brother Roger (1865 – 1922). Edward and Roger were two of Mark and Maria Mouland’s eleven children. Of the eleven children, Edward and Roger lived in the only duplex built in the neighbourhood of Mockbeggar. Mark and Maria’s other children were Susannah (1852), Caroline (1855), Francis (1859), Archibald (1861), Fanny (1863), Mary (1867), Martha (1869), Arabella (1871) and Dorcas (1873).
In 1915 Roger’s oldest son, Abednego (1893 – 1958) took ownership of his father’s section of the duplex upon his marriage to Maggie Faulkner (1895 – 1920). During this period Abednego and Maggie decided to separate their home from Edward’s half of the duplex and roll it to the far east corner of the Mouland property creating a fully detached single dwelling house. Edward’s section of the duplex is currently being restored and is available for purchase. Once Bonavista Living fully restores the property several original features will be reinstated, such as two over two windows and storms with the minimal window trim, as well as traditional spruce clapboard.