31 McBeth Street

May 26, 2018
Saturday: 10:00am - 4:00pm

The 2017 Doors Open Hidden Gem award winner is nestled away from the heavy traffic, east of Main St. along the Red River. McBeth House was built 1912 for Robert McBeth a Selkirk Settler and entrepreneur. Gifted to the City of Winnipeg in the 1980s by Ms. Isabel McBeth, Robert’s granddaughter, to become a meeting place for seniors. The home sits on a 7-acre parcel of green space, McBeth Park with walking pathway to some of Manitoba’s largest Cottonwood trees. This striking home has maintained its original charm and character highlighted by the handcrafted wood work that still adorns the dining room and three fireplaces on the main floor.

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