A house for those who want the best vacation home that money can provide. This beautiful, non-smoking home is centrally located in Hubbards, Nova Scotia, an easy 30-minute ride to the ancient Halifax fortifications, Peggy's Cove preservation district, and beautiful Mahone Bay area.
Our Nantucket shingle-style, contemporary home sits at the end of a private drive located directly on St. Margaret's Bay. Lobster boats sail lazily by while you relax in your private in-ground, heated swimming pool. Sit in your 30-foot by 30-foot living room with giant picture windows overlooking an unobstructed view of the waters of St. Margaret's Bay.
When you come home from your nightly activities, sit by our giant brick fireplace and watch the moon through the panoramic picture windows overlooking the magnificent oceanfront vista.
The house is fully equipped with all amenities including phone, high speed internet, TV/VCR/DVD, stereo, modern appliances (including washer/dryer), comfortable furnishings, and lawn furniture. The home has a private, in-ground swimming pool and separate sauna.
We welcome you to see the best of Nova Scotia.
Villa includes 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms that can accommodate up to 10 people. Your master bedroom has a picture window overlooking the blue expanse of the ocean, with three additional private bedrooms overlooking the ocean and the lawns of the home. Bedrooms include 1 king-size beds, 3 queen-size beds and two single beds.
Visit historic Lunenburg (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) in under 45 minutes by car. St. Margaret's Bay is known throughout the world for its picturesque fishing boats, magnificent vistas, and quaint sandy beaches.
Walk or drive to the nearby sand beaches along beautiful St. Margaret's Bay, while enjoying Nova Scotia's finest seafood restaurants in Hubbards each evening. The Shore Club, a local Nova Scotia tradition, offers lobster dinners and weekend activities within a short distance of the home.
Sail at the nearby St. Margaret's Bay yacht club, or ride your bike and kayak around the nearby coves and fisherman's wharves.+ More