Little Brother Island

Nova Scotia | Canada East/Central

Log cabin & woodland – picture perfect Canada

Located in Molega Lake, approximately one and a half hours to the southwest of Halifax, this private island counts as one of the most beautiful freshwater lake islands in Nova Scotia. Easily accessible, thanks to almost daily flights from Europe to Halifax, Little Brother Island is perfect for those looking to buy a private island as an escape from the stresses and strains of daily life. Popular amongst locals thanks to its expansive size and its stunning shores, the vast Molega Lake enjoys the perfect balance of tranquility and activity. With easy access from all sides, the island can safely and easily be reached in no time at all, whether you choose to travel in a large boat or a smaller craft.

In general, there would be no problem to build another large island home on the island. There are various beautiful building sites on this large private island. Fresh water can be readily supplied either through filtering the lake water and/or through the existing water supply well.   Furthermore, electricity can be provided through installing either a generator via solar or wind-generated power. In addition, it would also be easy to install propane gas for cooking, refrigerator and warm water boiler.

Rich in vegetation, Little Brother Island is dominated by a charming mixture of greenery, including pine, birch, spruce, oak, beech and even those ubiquitous maple trees. A beautiful beach to the north west of the island completes the picture, offering spectacular views of the impressive natural landscapes – a rare asset for a private island in Nova Scotia. A quaint log cabin close to the beach provides a romantic and rustic base for buyers to move into as a summer retreat and the nearby well ensures that water will be in good supply.

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