Uncle Steve's Place, a Heritage House, is a place that takes you back to yesteryear and makes you feel at home. This house was built in the late 1800’s; it was the original home of Steve and Bertha Roberts. The house is very cozy and comfortable with its beamed ceilings and a small staircase leading to the guest rooms and washroom. This Vacation Home features a fully equipped kitchen, living room with television, two rooms with a double-size bed in each room, one room with a single bed, and a washroom with modern amenities.
Many people are drawn to this house because of its architectural style with low ceilings and open beams on the main floor. Its flat style roof helps document it to belong to the ‘folk homes’ and it has come to be known as the ‘biscuit box’. Stan built most of the current furnishings. It is situated on a small hill with its own private driveway. There are great views of Bonne Bay from each of its double hung window panes.