One of Wolfville’s oldest homes : ” Annandale” was built in 1794 by Daniel DeWolfe, son of Planter Jehiel DeWolfe, where he and his wife Mary Anne Pryor ( Sister of Acadia University’s first President, John Pryor) raised 16 Children!
Lewis Johnston (physician) purchased the home in 1812 and named it Annandale after his family estate in the valley of the Annan River in Scotland.
This historic property is full of character, and has been modernized over the years, once a nursing home, and now is an owner occupied home with 8 individual units, ample common, living space, and beautiful grounds. Located just a short walk to the numerous restaurants, and shops, and access to the dykeland hiking trails. A great opportunity to be part of Wolfville’s rich history.
- Cable TV
- Cleaning after Exit
- Cofee pot
- Water Frontage
- Wheelchair Access
198 Main Street, Wolfville