The Issac Smith House


Where Once They Stood...
Step into history at the Isaac Smith House in Battle Harbour, NL. This early nineteenth-century residence boasts traditional architecture and a rich heritage, offering a glimpse into Newfoundland's past.
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Journey to History

The Isaac Smith House: An Architectural Legacy

This cottage includes 3 bedrooms; a ground floor room with a double bed and 2 bedrooms upstairs with 2 single beds in each room. Full bathroom facilities, complete with a clawfoot tub.
Overview

The Issac Smith House

Nestled on a grassy hill near the road, the Isaac Smith House occupies a prominent position between the Grenfell Cottage and the Ranger Station. Despite its modest footprint, this charming building carries a rich legacy that resonates with the community.

Step inside the Isaac Smith House to discover its unique features and historical significance. From the traditional design elements to the stories embedded within its walls, every aspect of this residence invites you to delve into its past.

As you explore the Isaac Smith House, you'll be transported back in time to an era of simplicity and craftsmanship. Embrace the heritage of Battle Harbour as you wander through this iconic building, and experience the enduring charm of Newfoundland and Labrador's architectural history.
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Designated
National Historic Site
Throughout its history, the district's architecture and layout reflect the ambiance of 19th and early 20th-century fishing outports of Newfoundland and Labrador, offering a poignant glimpse into the region's maritime heritage.
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Terrain
Cultural Landscape
Battle Harbour comprises a diverse array of historical, architectural, and natural features that collectively narrate its maritime heritage. With its charming fishing village layout and meticulously preserved buildings and structures from the 19th and early 20th centuries
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Tradition
Rich in History
Battle Harbour thrived as a pivotal center for the cod fishing industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries, bustling with fishing operations, processing facilities, and trade, supported by a diverse workforce including merchants, fishermen, and tradespeople.