Roberts Island Estate

Nova Scotia | Canada East/Central

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  • Size290.7 acres
  • Price
    • CAD 7,890,000
    • EUR 5,494,046
    • USD 6,382,983
    • GBP 4,624,888
    • SEK 54,856,954
    • CHF 5,869,839
    • AUD 8,496,543
    • BRL 35,502,528
    • NZD 8,884,972
    • FJD 13,075,830
    • CNY 40,724,069
    • RUB 443,049,240
    • NOK 53,197,752
    • XPF 656,978,066
  • LocationRoberts Island, Yarmouth County
  • Country/State Nova Scotia
  • Region Canada East/Central

This is one of the most unique properties in Atlantic Canada. Welcome to Shangri La. At this property you are not just buying land and buildings you are buying a lifestyle. Surrounded by water on 3 sides you can have both privacy and access to the outside world by road. Once on the property you will be greeted by a long estate driveway leading up to the main house. First impressions do not even portray the magnitude of what comes next. Once inside you will be impressed with architecture and design. From the kitchen to the view in the living area will impress any person. Gardens including large decks, fish ponds and the labyrinth and lavender garden are just a few things you will need to view to appreciate. On the lower level accommodations and a heated indoor pool will be a sure attraction. Additional car storage and services on this level as well. After the main house there are multiple out buildings including warehouse storage, boat house with marine railway, wharf, tool sheds, barn, generator and yes even a guest house. This 1.5 story home is designed for guests and even people looking for short stays while in the area. The land location and the lifestyle along with the waterfront and view will certainly warrant a visit if you are looking for a totally unique lifestyle in today's world. Much more to see and discover.

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