Well, here we are: the bottom of the stairs leading to the third floor. The thin slat board ceiling is one of the features that we first loved in this home- it’s in great shape throughout all of the rooms. The view from the window at the top of the stairs presents a view of St. Mary’s Basilica’s two towers.
Further down the hall is the front bedroom, used by the former owners as a guest bedroom. It’s a very bright room, and offers a beautiful view of The Narrows, Signal Hill and Cabot Tower. We can see boats enter and leave the harbour, and at night, a slow stream of headlights meander down Signal Hill.
The last room on the third floor was used as a guest bedroom, as its small size accomodates little else than a bed. A television was precariously slanted toward the bed, and I held my breath any time I walked in its possible trajectory! It was removed shortly after this photo.