Welcome to a Virtual Tour of the Architectural Heritage of Antigonish

Welcome to a Virtual Tour of the Architectural Heritage of Antigonish

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"...the first purpose of architecture is territorial...the architect sets out the stimuli with which the observor creates an image of 'place'." Moore and Lyndon quoted in R. Stern, New Directions in American Architecture 1969

List of Selected Antigonish Heritage Buildings


To view a particular building's profile, choose the building from the list or click on the building's location on the town map (c. 1916).


| Ecclesiastical & Educational | Commercial & Public | Domestic |

ECCLESIASTICAL AND EDUCATIONAL

8. St. James United Church, 201 Main Street, c. 1862-4
14. St. Paul-the-Apostle Anglican Church, 94 Church Street, c. 1898
38. Xavier Hall, St. Francis Xavier University, c. 1880-1888
39. St. Ninian's Cathedral, 121 St. Ninian Street, c. 1866-1874

COMMERCIAL AND PUBLIC

1. Railway Station, c. 1908
4. Antigonish Court House, 172 Main Street, c. 1855
7. Wilkie Court, 208 Main Street, c. 1862-4
20. Kirk Block, 219 Main Street, c. 1883
21. Town Hall, 274 Main Street, c. 1906
23. The Royal George, 95 College Street, c. 1906

DOMESTIC

2. 134 Main Street, c. 1875
3. "Brierdene Home",149 Main Street, c. 1904
5. 80 Court Street, c. 1865
6. 67 St. Mary's Street, c. 1910
9. 25 Church Street, c. 1870
10. 91 Church Street, c. 1915
11. "River Bank", 93 Church Street, c. 1870
12. "Frank's Villa", 105 Church Street, c. 1867
13. "Armadale", 102 Church Street, c. 1865
15. "Seaview Cottage", 90 Church Street, c. 1876
16. 86 Church St., c. 1880
17. 76 St. Ninian Street, c. 1906
18. "Elmwood Homestead", 85 St. Ninian Street, c. 1895
19. 22 Church Street, c. 1840, Tannery
22. 324 Main Street, c. 1858
24. 103 College Street, c. 1874
25. 105 College Street, c. 1866
26. 73 Pleasant Street, c. 1895
27. 77 Pleasant Street, c. 1878
28. 109 Hawthorne Street, c. 1881
29. 77 Hawthorne Street, c. 1830-1880
30. 66 Hawthorne Street, c. 1880
31. 54 Hawthorne Street, c. 1909
32. "The Manse", 59 Hawthorne Street, c. 1874
33. "Chestnut Hill", 14 Chestnut Street, c. 1870
34. "Dunedin House", 27 Hawthorne Street, c. 1872
35. 34 Hawthorne Street, c. 1867
36. 1 Hawthorne Street, c. 1816
37. 20 West Street, c. 1860


| Ecclesiastical & Educational | Commercial & Public | Domestic |
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