Time to return to Port Charlottetown. Rather than backtrack the way you came to Victoria Park, follow West Street, Haviland Street and then Water Street. This route is part of the Heritage Walk. Along the way you will see many beautiful Victorian Era homes. An example is this lovely Queen Anne Revival mansion on the corners of West and Grafton Streets. The elaborate residence was constructed in 1897 for James Eden. The tavern owner lived here until 1923. Then it was purchased by George DeBlois before he was lieutenant governor from 1933 until 1939. The restored property is now a bed & breakfast named The Eden Hall Inn.