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101 Upper Prince Street / MacNeill House

Heritage Resource (Charlottetown)

  • 101 Upper Prince Street
  • Charlottetown
  • Also called: MacNeill House
  • Construction Date: circa 1922
  • Latitude: 46.24269
  • Longitude: -63.13089
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Place Description

101 Upper Prince Street is a wood framed Craftsman Bungalow set close to the street on a treed lot. It features a low pitched roof, front verandah, and exposed rafter ends. Located among a number of heritage houses, it was part of an exclusive neighbourhood that was at one time named Haviland Lane for the prominent Haviland family who owned a great deal of property in the area. The name of the street was later changed to Upper Prince Street. The designation encompasses the building's exterior and parcel; it does not include the building's interior.

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