Downtown living! Built in 1896, 327 Westmorland Street was the first of thirteen Scarr Cottages built in Fredericton, originally used as a luxury cottage in the area, and is designated as a Local Historic Place. This 3-bed 1.5-bath home maintains its historic charm with Queen Anne Revival and Classical Revival style architecture, while offering modern comforts plus quick access to local amenities. Enter the bright foyer which leads into the main floor. To the right is a formal living room, followed by the formal dining room with wainscoting for a touch of elegance. The kitchen by Kitchen Fashions offers white cabinetry, stylish floating shelves, and centre island with breakfast bar. Next is the large living room featuring a cozy wood stove plus access to the powder room, laundry room, basement with spray foam insulation and natural gas furnace, patio, and storage/workshop (also accessible from outside). An ornate staircase leads to the second level with renovated full bathroom, three bedrooms including the master, and den/office/potential fourth bedroom. The master bedroom is large and bright with classic wide-plank flooring, while some areas of the level feature newer hardwood. Outside, find a large patio with latticework for privacy plus a side yard with fence blocking the road. This lovingly maintained home offers quick access to downtown amenities such as walking trails, parks, shopping, and great dining. Here is your chance to own a piece of Fredericton history! Scroll down to view the 3D tour.