Scott Manor House

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Scott Manor House (built 1770 on the land of Captain George Scott adjacent to Fort Sackville)
Captain George Scott owned property on which his brother Joseph Scott built the Scott Manor House

Scott Manor House was built in 1770 and is now a museum in Bedford, Nova Scotia. It is the second oldest house in the Halifax Regional Municipality, after the Morris House, and was built by Joseph Scott on the land once owned by his brother Captain George Scott.[1] The house was built next to Fort Sackville, which was under the command of Joseph Scott (1760).

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  1. ^ Robichaud, André, Jonathan Fowler and Colin P. Laroque. Dendroarchaeological Investigation of the Morris Building, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Mount Allison Dendrochronology Lab. MAD Lab Report 2011-05.

Coordinates: 44°43′45″N 63°39′37″W / 44.7293°N 63.6602°W / 44.7293; -63.6602