31 Mahogany Manor on Germain Street in Saint John, Canada

After the fire in 1877, the wealthy were eager to rebuild their residences. Several elaborate mansions were constructed along Germain Street. This handsome, Queen Anne Revival house was built for William Cross in 1905. He operated a successful wholesale grocery company. The property is now Mahogany Manor. The quaint bed & breakfast has furnished their five guest rooms with antique furniture.


220 Germain St, Saint John, NB E2L 2G4, Canada


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