The initial segment of the James L. Beverley House was originally constructed around 1874 at the intersection of Church and George Streets in Fredericton. Its first resident, Beverley, was engaged in the book selling and stationery business.
Between 1903 and 1904, the James L. Beverley House was relocated and expanded at its current address at 221 Church Street. The modifications and decorative enhancements made during this period might be responsible for the house exhibiting certain features of the later Queen Anne Revival style, such as the asymmetrical side tower.
Over the years, this building has served a variety of purposes, including a private residence, a university lodging for female graduate students, and a bed and breakfast.
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