Originally built in 1872, the Uniacke-Sawyer House is a spectacular example of Halifax’s diverse architectural history. Upon its construction, this property was in an estate-like setting on the edge of the expanding South Suburb. At the time it was only the second house built on this particular part of Inglis Street between South Park Street and Tower Road. Today, 5720 Inglis Street sits in the centre of Halifax’s South End. Steps away from Saint Mary’s University, Point Pleasant Park and Downtown Halifax, this property offers its residents the unique opportunity to live in a piece of Halifax history. Modern conveniences like air-conditioning and in-suite laundry have been added to the original character of the property, giving its residents the best of both worlds.