Hiawatha Dixon House

Hiawatha Dixon House
59 Bridge Street, Sackville, N.B. 
This house was built in 1898 for Hiawatha Dixon (1863-1907), a descendant of Yorkshire settler Charles Dixon, on a Bridge Street lot purchased from
Capt.Peter Hanson. It has had a number of owners over the years and has been well maintained with most of the original features intact.The two and a half storey structure is a fine example of the Queen Anne Revival style with typical steeply-pitched roof and assymetrical façade. The porch, which has been glassed in, has base panels, and is surmounted by a balcony with railing. The front door is framed by a transom and sidelights. The two-storey bay on the right is topped by a gable with fan-shaped ornamental window. There are two unusual triangular dormers on the front of the roof, one with a triangular window, and one with a square 9-paned window surrounded by stylized thistle ornamentation.
This building is within the Town of Sackville Municipal Heritage Conservation Area A.

For the Hiawatha Dixon House as an example of the Queen Anne Revival architectural style see Sackville Heritage Architecture Style Guide Section 6: QUEEN ANNE REVIVAL.

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