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Saltbox for Rent in Newfoundland

The Saltbox is a Colonial style of architecture that originated in New England. It has two storeys at the front and one at the back, and a roof that slopes dramatically between the two. This particular Saltbox /div> is perched on top of a bluff in Trinity Harbour, near Commander’s Keep in Newfoundland. With its huge wraparound deck, it boasts 225-degree vistas of the Harbour, Skerwink Cliffs, the Lighthouse at Fort Point, and the Atlantic Ocean. A new construction, the three-bedroom house offers modern luxury with pine floors, natural wood walls, high ceilings with wood beams, and a two-sided stone fireplace that extends through two storeys.


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