The premises of Old Government House in Fredericton were once graced with a variety of supplementary structures such as a wash house, coach house, stable, cow house, guardhouse, sentry box, well house, and a food storage building known as the Buttery.
Among these, the only structure that still stands on the site is the Buttery. This unique round stone building, distinguished by its conical, tapering roof, holds a special place on the grounds. Though its precise year of construction remains uncertain, it’s speculated to have been built before 1838.
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