A truly spectacular property in the heart of Inverness. 20+- acres with over one kilometre of waterfront in Inverness Harbour, all of it a sandy beach. Currently the property is only accessible by water from the wharf, less than two hundred metres away. Several prime camping and building sites.
In the heart of Inverness, steps to the hospital, is one of the best houses in town with its combination of location, size, construction and finish. Built 25 years ago, the home has 2,800 sq ft of finished living space on three levels, a lovely terraced deck with ocean views, and an attached double garage. Four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, all the bells and whistles of an elegant residence.
This home is on the Trans Canada Highway about halfway between Whycocmagh and Port Hawkesbury, a 15 minute drive to each. Situated on 5.3 acres of grown-in pasture land, the house has around 1,300 sq ft in total. Three bedrooms and bath are upstairs, and there are three dormers. The main floor has kitchen / dining area and two living rooms.
This is an attractive house in the old (= nice) part of Port Hawkesbury. Three bedrooms and bath upstairs, with good views of the water. Kitchen, dining and living rooms down, with a woodstove to supplement the oil forced air heating system. Full unfinished concrete foundation with inside and outside entrances. Front porch has nice views down the street, which has mature trees
This 30 acre property has over 1,900' of water frontage on the Margaree River and a beautiful tranquil inlet off the main river known as Black MacDonald's Cove. There is a 25 year old Interhab cabin built near the water, off the grid, with solar panels for power. Access is from the Cabot Trail highway but the 1/2 km driveway ensures total privacy.
Rarely available anywhere in Nova Scotia, here is a superb dairy farm just outside the village of Mabou. The quality of the herd, the fields, the farm buildings and the equipment is top of the line, and the farmhouse is a beautifully restored heritage home. All this in a part of the country famous for its scenic beauty, music, history and a milder climate than most parts of Ontario and Quebec. There is a lot of information to learn about this property; not all of it can be supplied here, but more is available on request.
Sutherlands Cove is a gorgeous horseshoe bay with a wide sand beach, dunes behind, and a small lake behind the dunes. This property is surveyed at 26 acres, and because of the shape of the cove it has a total of over 2,100 ft of oceanfront. The land fronts on the Little Mabou (aka Colindale) Road, and slopes very gently down to the lake and the ocean. Many building sites available.
A huge south-sloping property running from the paved road to the north shore of Lake Ainslie, this parcel is one part of a 200-acre holding divided by the highway. The other approx. 60 acres is separately listed on this website. There is a cruise which describes the various eco-systems on the property: woodlands, wetlands, former meadows etc, and the flora and fauna, some not common, found there.