THE BAKER HOUSE
Like walking back in time...
THE BAKER HOUSE, is an 1890's traditional Newfoundland salt box home and has a real history according to the locals. Here are some quotes taken from "Moments In Time...A Cultural Portrait of Green Bay".
"Like a ghostly sentinel, on a rugged point in Coffee Cove, stands an old two storey white and green house. This structure, built over a hundred years ago by the Baker family, faces south into Little Bay Arm. When the Little Bay Island ferry used to dock at St. Patricks the house was a familiar landmark to travellers."