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PRESERVATION

St. Nicholas Abbey's restoration is a significant undertaking that is planned over a multi-year period.  This approach allows for detailed study of the residence and associated outbuildings in order to retain the historic elements essential to the preservation and sustainability of these structures.

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2007-2008 PRESERVATION INITIATIVES

Great House

Initial renovation focused on the great house in order to preserve both its architectural integrity and position as a historic attraction.

  • Replaced roofs on buildings - some of which had collapsed
  • Termite treatment
  • Preservation of windows, doors and woodwork
  • Painting, sealing and general refurbishment of interiors
  • Restoration of furniture and fittings, and improving and expanding displays

General renovations also included:

  • Upgraded surfaces and pathways for improved safety and access to visitors
  • Upgrading security and fire systems, electrical, and services infrastructure including standby power.

Stables

The original stables were renovated to create the Rum, Sugar & Molasses Museum, Terrace Café and Gift Shop, as well as the corporate offices for St. Nicholas Abbey and Larry Warren Limited.

Chimney

Renovations completed

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