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Cuthbertson House


Cuthbertson House is a residence at Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick.

It is one of the Satellite residences, nestled on the edge of campus on York St.


The house is named after Dr. Cuthbertson, who was a professor in chemistry at Mount Allison, who owned and lived in the house before it became a residence. The house was build in 1840, and is the oldest building being used as a residence.

The house has four single rooms and four double rooms, a kitchen, two bathrooms and a scary dungeon, full of fun and death, like the Romper Room. You know, with the bee and the magic mirror. Future development plans include a water slide and a place to train monkeys.

The classy, old, I-just-learned-some-html style, page is here, for your indulgence.

To contact us, the fact of the matter is, you can't, really. Drop by if you're in bagtown right now.

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