This one’s a beauty! Located in Hall’s Harbour, Kings County, Nova Scotia, this seaside home is currently listed for sale.
Hall’s Harbour is a quaint Canadian fishing village in the southwest region of Nova Scotia.
This seaside home overlooks the famous Bay of Fundy – which is known for having the highest tidal range in the world.
With ample deck space and a multitude of windows oriented toward the sea, you can spend endless days and night watching the tides go in and out at this comfortable home.
Yes, I’m starting to sound like a realtor – but I really love this place! And it’s for sale!
At $739,000.00 (Canadian) it is far beyond my meager budget, but this house will make some lucky buyer very happy.
Have a look inside…
Built in 2002-03, the house measures in at approximately 3,000 square feet. Notably, it was designed by the owner/seller.
This home is entirely custom-built and features many wonderful touches like the built-in entertainment center:
The paintings on the walls were also done by the home’s multi-talented owner, artist David Lacey. You can check out more of his work at the David Lacey Gallery.
The flooring is merbeau wood which David describes as “hard as a rock!”
The one-of-a-kind kitchen has an antique embossed tin ceiling salvaged from an 1880’s former store:
The cabinetry was custom built by a local craftsman.
In the main level master, the headboard is made from three antique oak doors:
The home has a total of 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. In addition, each of the bedrooms has its own sink:
And look at the library built into the hallway:
The property also includes a large insulated one car garage with workshop.
But the house is the real show stopper. The exterior is finished in natural Eastern white cedar and Cape Cod trim for an authentic oceanside feel.
Plus, this could be your very own view:
So why are the owners selling this heavenly property?
They are currently planning another house project!
ps……. you may have recognized the friendly black Shar Pei pup in the photos from a previous post I did a couple of months ago. Yes, the owners of this house are also the proud owners of the Nova Scotia School House converted to a home!