Grand Falls House Registered Heritage Structure

Grand Falls-Windsor, NL

Registered Heritage Structure


Located along Lincoln Road and overlooking the Exploits River, Grand Falls House is one of the most recognized properties in Grand Falls-Windsor, NL. A two-and-one-half storey building built in the Tudor Revival style, it was designed by British architect Robert Douglas Wells and built in 1909 under the supervision of Tom Brown of New Harbour, Trinity Bay. The designation includes Grand Falls House and surrounding property.

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