• Fri, May 22, 8:23 AM
    Corner Brook, West Coast
    For Sale: House Plan. Message for details & to discuss price.
  • $29,000.00neg
    Tue, May 19, 12:09 PM
    Southern Hr, Avalon Peninsula
    16 x 20 ft Insulated and finished building on a serviced lot in Southern Hr. Built 2017. Beautiful waterfront. Marina nearby. Multi purpose use from cottage, shed or make a lovely tea room. Building can also be sold separately as can be easily moved. Telephone 463-8608 or 425-0043 for more info
  • Fri, May 15, 8:23 AM
    St. John’s, Avalon Peninsula
    Hi, I’m an investor who is ready to buy your house before foreclosure. I’m also interested in buying houses that needs some repairs. My focus right now is in St. John’s and surroundings. If you know anyone who wants his place gone so badly, kindly let me know. You can text or call this number 6872693
  • Wed, May 6, 2:08 PM
    Paradise, Avalon Peninsula
    This tiny house on wheels is unique and incredibly spacious. Overall dimensions 8'6 x 30. Sitting on a professionally manufactured trailer with 3-7000 lb axles and galvanized sheeting. Completely insulated with closed cell spray foam and a professionally installed Fujitsu heat pump. Kitchen has an electric fridge and propane stove. Bathroom is complete with full size shower, toilet and sink. Custom cabinetry throughout. A must see! Please call or text for more information 709- 743-4088
  • $45,000.00obo
    Fri, May 1, 10:57 AM
    Old Bonaventure, Eastern
    St. Luke’s Church was designated a Registered Heritage Structure by the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador in 2011 due to its aesthetic and historic value. St. Luke’s has aesthetic value as it is a good example of an outport Gothic Revival church. It measures 54’ x 32’ and the steeply pitched gable roof tapering to a low pitched roof adds dimension to this modest, pristine building. The pointed arch windows are fixed, multi-paned and have clear glass, except for one stained glass window above the altar. This window was commissioned in memory of church members who died in World War I. The main entrance is located in a peaked roof porch on the right gable end. A tower was added to the rear façade in the mid 1900s. Materials from this church, particularly wide hemlock boards from England, were salvaged and used in the construction of the present-day St. Luke’s.