In the booming trend of remote work, it's easy to understand why so many Canadians have recently migrated to the East Coast.\nBesides being surrounded by tranquil seacoast and nature, life in Atlantic Canada feels different. In Nova Scotia, there's less traffic, the people are warm and welcoming and everything moves a little slower.You can live in a small town or in the heart of Halifax's thriving arts and culture scene and still be close to lakes, rivers and enchanting outdoor spaces.\nAnd when it comes to your home office, your ideal setting probably includes fresh air, ocean views and easy access to beaches — just take a look at some of Nova Scotia's super cool houses with breathtaking architecture that prove this Atlantic gem has plenty to offer.\nAs it turns out, this maritime province is the ideal place to build your dream house, especially since it combines the idyllic beauty of Canadian wilderness with the pleasing minimalism and comfort of modern home aesthetic.\nIn Nova Scotia, homes are as stunning as the landscapes that surround them.\n2spacephoto | Instagram\nThe Lookout at Broad Cove Marsh in Inverness, Cape Breton Island, was designed by Halifax-based architect Omar Gandhi and sits on a narrow piece of land between a tree-lined country road and a dramatic cliff that overlooks the ocean.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Duncan Colquhoun (@dcrestate)\nThere's a single corridor running the entire length of the house that branches off to different open and private rooms, all with views of the oceanside cliff.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Omar Gandhi Architect (@og_architect)\nIn Upper Kingsburg, farm-side cottages run through the ruins of a historic seaside village on Nova Scotia's south shore, overlooking beautiful sand beaches.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Dezeen (@dezeen)\nThe four Shobac Cottages, designed by internationally celebrated Nova Scotian architect Brian MacKay-Lyons, can be rented out individually and accommodate up to five guests.\nShobac\nNestled in an emerald forest of deciduous trees and evergreens, Abacus House stands on the shores of Bras d'Or Lake, an inland sea at the centre of Cape Breton Island.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by doublespace Architecture Photo (@2spacephoto)\nThe home was designed by the team at RHAD Architects (Rayleen Hill Architecture + Design) so that every room in the house reveals a different frame of the surrounding picturesque scenery.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by RHAD Architects (@rhadarchitects)\nThese breathtaking Nova Scotia houses are far from what you'd expect in rural areas of the province, but the combination of chic design and wild landscapes make for architectural perfection.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Shobac (@shobacns)\nWith Halifax-based architects such as Omar Gandhi, Brian MacKay-Lyons, Nicholas Fudge, as well as Rayleen Hill's team at RHAD Architects, there are many exquisite properties across the province.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by hello.mama.earth (@hello.mama.earth)\nImagine working from home with a view of the Atlantic ocean, sandy beaches and lighthouses just outside your window.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Omar Gandhi Architect (@og_architect)\nJust think about what a well-designed house could do for your work-from-home life and general well-being. When your midday walk involves skirting cliffs and gazing at the horizon, it's hard to not return to your desk refreshed and inspired.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Arquitectura y Diseño (@arquitecturayd)\nThe impact architecture can have on a community is huge, too. Buildings in harmony with their surroundings — filled with air, light and nature — have a positive impact on productivity and happiness.\nshanehauser | Instagram\nIf you love spending your workday in a coffee shop or library, Nova Scotia's brilliant architecture is not limited to the domestic.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by SMUSA (@smusahfx)\nStroll through Halifax's architecturally celebrated public library (which placed ninth on Wired magazine’s "10 of the most beautiful libraries in the world"), take in the view of statuesque City Hall from Parade Square and marvel at Canada's oldest surviving waterfront warehouses.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Parth Patel (@parth_pp_)\nFrom Nova Scotia's enticing homes to its stunning architecture and serene scenery, more and more people are discovering the beauty that lies within this picture-perfect province.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Sandra Furber 🕉 (@sandrafurber)\nIf your idea of serenity is being near the ocean, surrounded by nature and adventure, then you might want to look to the East Coast when it comes time to find your next home. And while the houses in this list are architectural gems this province is also full of opportunities to buy and remodel older homes.\nWhether you choose to live close to Nova Scotia's abundant natural beauty or in its bustling capital city, you'll still feel like you’re in the middle of the action.\nWhen your home is also your office, what more could you ask for?\nTo learn more about Nova Scotia homes, check out the Work from Nova Scotia's website or follow them on Facebook or Instagram.