This 2-storey Cape Cod style home has all of the amenities you could need, including a new attached sunroom with mezzanine. Surrounded by Antigonish Harbour, the home is cedar-sided, cozy, modernized and offers spectacular views. It is located at the end of the road in a very private setting with open field in front and forest behind, enhanced by beautiful flowerbeds and rose gardens. Property is well maintained. The home is situated on 22 acres with 1.5 acres of walking trail on the property alone.
A total of 2,600 square feet, the home has 3 bedrooms and 2 ½ baths. There is a new, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and two wood stoves. There is lots of space for entertaining guests with very spacious sitting areas. House features wooden floors throughout with carpet in the sunroom.
The house includes beach access and a boat ramp. There is a 300 sq.ft. screened-in porch on the north side, a sun porch on the south side and a deck off the mezzanine bedroom in the sunroom. The screened-in porch includes a BBQ, an extra fridge, and a shower for you to rinse off after returning from the beach. Tastefully furnished in colonial style, it offers both an open concept layout and two separate living areas. No pets and no smoking.
House includes 3 bedrooms and a spacious mezzanine with a gorgeous view on the water and sunrise. There are 2 full bathrooms on the main floor (one with bath and one with walk in shower) and a 1/2 bathroom on the second floor. The house can accommodate up to 7 people including the mezzanine that sleeps 2 people.
This privately owned acreage consists of forest, field and approximately 2,000 feet ofâ?¨ waterfront with both shoreline and forest trails for your pleasure. A small swimming beachâ?¨is located on the north side while on the southern shore canoes, kayaks and small boats can â?¨be launched. Expect to see deer, snowshoe hare, eagles, osprey, great blue herons and otherâ?¨wildlife in the area and on the property.
Approximately 8 km north of Antigonish, Nova Scotia, just off Route 337, lays historical Town â?¨Point, the original town site claimed in the late 1700â??s by Captain Hierlihy. The 20-acre parcel of land is part of an 80-acre island connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway positioned about 1 km inside the entrance to the Antigonish Harbour. The property offers views of beaches on either side of the entrance, St. Georges Bay and its shoreline toward Cape George beyond and on the eastern horizon, the western shore of Cape Breton from Craignish to Portâ?¨ Hood.+ More