Originally built in New England in 1800 and then shipped to its current location in 1817, this home has seen much throughout its history and it is looking for new author’s to take it on to the next chapter.
Located on a 2 acre lot in historical and scenic Lower Canard, this quaint historical home is a wonderful scene to raise a family or to relax in after retiring. Through the windows, you can watch the monumental tides come in and out of the Minas Basin.
As you meander your way through the main level, there is enough space for the family and friends to all visit but the spaces are meaningful and intentional. In the winter, the wood stove shares enough heat throughout the house to keep heating bills low and the heart warm. The original notched beams can be seen throughout the main floor, adding both charm and integrity to the home. Original wide-planked softwood floors are a dream to tread upon as you explore the rooms.
Upstairs, the primary suite is complete with a cozy and full en-suite bathroom and dressing room. The bonus of the primary suite is the included second floor laundry space. 2 additional bedrooms upstairs, second full bath and a large reading nook above stairs complete the second floor spaces.