INSCAPE

“Inscape – the unique essence or inner nature of a person, place, thing, or event, especially depicted in poetry or a work of art.” (Dictionary.com)

Lang House has a definite “inscape” or inner nature. This blog will take you from where it is located on the Gagetown Wharf on Gagetown Creek, part of the Wolastoq (St. John River) outside views, a video showing inside and outside, photos taken inside looking out.

Real estate information follows at the end.

Views of Lang House from the water.

November 2017. Fall reflection by Paul Mennier.
June 10, 2020 View of Lang House from the Gagetown Marina. Photographed by Rob Leger.
Lang House fall 2017 photographed by Inez Paul.

Video tour of Lang House. Note the 2018 rebuild with new kitchen appliances, pine wainscoting, and cedar floors.

A June tour of 58 Front Street, Village of Gagetown by Rob Leger.

Lang House has potential to be a home for a large family or extended family. Views of how the space could be utilized in the future are shown below.

Lang House provides a view through the seasons. Living room looks out on Gagetown Creek.

The hexagonal windows in the front bedrooms offer views up and down creek.

For the listing:

https://www.realtor.ca/real-estate/22241459/58-front-street-gagetown

For more information on the recent history of flooding, flood prediction 2020, and the rebuild with the concept of WiWo, view other blog posts on this site.

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