This beautiful, Georgian-Victorian, solid stone property was built in 1826 for a local ship’s merchant and known as the 'ChryslerHouse'. It was extensively renovated in the 1870s by adding the east wing plus metal, Mansard roof. This stunning Gananoque landmark property, with its curved façade and grand entrance is now Beaver Hall, Bed & Breakfast. Beaver Hall was the former residence of antiquarian John Laurel Russell, who received the Order of Canada for his extensive knowledge and expertise of Canadian history and Objects d’Art. The property is located in the historic heart of Gananoque, minutes away from the water frontage, beach, marina, boat line, downtown shopping & restaurants. This 6800 sq.ft. impressive and spacious property, has 6 beautifully decorated bedrooms (5 with en- suites). The third floor is partially used as the owners' suite. Original features and architecture throughout the home, exude a by-gone era of elegance and style that permeates this quintessentially,19th century historical building.