Stone building(Grove Hall - 165 rue Chateauguay) + Brathwaite Building - 3plex (161, 163 & 167 rue Chateauguay)
Grove Hall, nestled on the banks of the Chateauguay River
in Huntingdon, is a community-run Performing Arts Centre.
This converted church was built in 1861 by the Scots. The
acoustics created by thick stone walls and wooden floor are
favorites of audience and performers. The parkland that
surrounds the venue is full of old-growth maple, oak and
walnut trees, lending Grove Hall its name.
LandscapingLand / Yard lined with hedges, Landscape
Heating systemElectric baseboard units
Equipment availableWall-mounted heat pump
Hearth stoveWood fireplace
Distinctive featuresWaterfront, Navigable, No neighbours in the back, Hemmed in, Wooded
ProximityHighway, Daycare centre, Park - green area, Elementary school, High school