Little Tupper Lake

Nova Scotia | Canada East/Central

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  • Size approx. 25 acres
  • Price CAD 775,000 (+ transfer costs)
  • Location approx. 90 min. from Halifax, Queens County, Nova Scotia
  • Country/State Nova Scotia
  • Region Canada East/Central

This lakefront farmhouse would make a great family estate. It is situated on Little Tupper Lake, one of the prettiest lakes in Nova Scotia. And the area around the house is just as spectacular - with vast woodlands, meadows and a long lakefront of 300 metres. The house is situated on the popular south coast of Nova Scotia, approximately 90 minutes by car from Halifax, the capital of Canada's maritime province.

This property includes three separate lots which are collectively for sale. The farmhouse has been renovated with top-quality furnishings. A garage is annexed to main building. The building is situated on the largest of the three lots (11.2 acres or 45,324 sq.m.), on top of a hill with a stunning view over Little Tupper Lake. An avenue lined with maple trees leads to the public road.

On the other side of the public road is a forest lot (7.4 acres or 29,946 sq.m.) that can be utilized for firewood. The third lot, a vacant building plot (6.5 acres or 26,304 sq.m.), is adjacent to the large main lot with the farmhouse. This can be used as a "buffer zone" to the adjacent property or you can build another house on this site.

This spacious farmhouse has everything a country home could offer. Four bedrooms with bathrooms and a large living area guarantee comfort and space for 8 people. The house has elegant parquet floors in all rooms. Sale of the furniture can be negotiated.

The water of Little Tupper Lake is crystal-clear and perfect for swimming, canoeing and tours with pedal boats. Moreover, you have your own bathing platform on the lake. Shopping facilities are located in nearby North Brookfield and Caledonia.
Not far from Little Tupper Lake are many places of interest you can visit on daytrips: the wonderful beaches at Liverpool, the "Lighthouse Route", Bridgewater for shopping trips, whale watching in the Bay of Fundy, Kejimkujik National Park and Peggy's Cove with its historical lighthouse.

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