THE COTTAGES

Charlie and Mabel had been camping at Huntington Point since 1919. When business was slow in the 1930’s, Charlie embarked on a make-work project for his worker/partners building five cottages of concrete, wood and stone. Four remain to this day.

 

The Blue Cottage is used for holidays by member friends of the Society. A membership fee and a fixed donation entitles one to a one-week stay at Nova Scotia’s most unique heritage property.

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ABOUT US

In his ninety-three years, Charles Macdonald was a sailor, a folk artist, a manufacturer and a socialist. The Charles Macdonald House of Centreville Society celebrates the life and work of this exceptional Nova Scotian.

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LOCATION

19 Saxon Street, Centreville

Nova Scotia, B0P 1J0

902-678-3177

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