New England Colonial type of house built in 1868 for Frank Killam, son of the Hon. Thomas Killam, M.P. 14 Elm Street in Yarmouth has a long political connection - a piece of Nova Scotia history. Years later, other architectural features have been added for beauty and practicality, but the structural design and building quality remain to remind of an era when ships and houses were built by carpenters in the hope they would last forever. The current owner tastefully preserved the historical charm (wood work, staircase, coal burning fireplaces, floors, trims, etc.) and combined it with modern functionality and comfort. The house offers a large kitchen, double sized living room, formal dining room, 6-7 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. Large studio over the workshop has been recently turned into charming modern 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom apartment with an open concept kitchen/living room/dining room and is a good source of income for the property owner! Workshop is heated and can be accessed from inside or from the outside. The 3-car garage has a mezzanine floor. All buildings are connected. Exterior of the house is almost maintenance free - vinyl siding, metal roof, and vinyl windows. The large corner lot is partially fenced, landscaped, and decorated with a gazebo and fountain. Located in the Yarmouth north end, not far from all important amenities and seasonal ferry to the US. This property will make an excellent B&B or is large enough for a multi-generation home. Call today to book your private viewing!