H.R. Silver House
The H.R. Silver House, an HRM Registered Heritage Property, is now home to The Narrows Public House.
"Originally, it was the home of Hugh Russell Silver, a Lunenburg-born merchant who was instrumental in financing the construction of the Bluenose and the Lord Nelson Hotel (of which he was the first acting president). He also commissioned the building of a schooner, the H.R. Silver (the house acquired its heritage designation as the H.R. Silver House). It housed other families and served different functions but operated as a Bed & Breakfast for 29 years." (Read more: https://www.curatedmagazine.ca/home/the-narrows-public-house)