A House For Sale In Nova Scotia Comes With Its Own Private Island & It Only Costs $524K
The four-acre lot also has fruit trees!
How great does an island that's all yours sound? This house for sale in Nova Scotia comes with its own private island and it's not as expensive as you might think it would be. There are so many more amazing features at this property.
Located in Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom house is on the market.
It's 1,649 square feet and comes with so many amazing features both indoors and outdoors that the $524,900 price tag seems like a steal!
The house is right on the shores of Indian Harbour Lake and almost feels more like a resort with tons of amazing amenities than a home.
It's 10 minutes away from the rural community of Sherbrooke's services like a grocery store, a bank, a library, restaurants and a hospital.
Plus, it's only a couple of minutes away from the sandy beaches of Port Hilford right on edge of the Atlantic.
So you would have your pick of ways to spend the day in the water.
On the property, there's a foot bridge that connects to the private island and a tranquil, secluded spot.
Wild rhododendrons, beautiful and colourful flowers, bloom there each spring which is a great sight.
The house is also surrounded by a four-acre lot with fruit trees and flower beds with perennials that come back on their own each year.
There's a waterfront beach hut with a space to dock a boat right beside it.
You can even walk right into the lake from the path that comes down from the house.
Inside, the house is energy-efficient and uses passive solar heating.
In the master bedroom, there's a soaker tub and windows that offer calming views of the lake.
Attached to the house is a triple car garage that has a vented cooking station that's perfect for seafood boils.
Address: 686 West Side Indian Harbour Lake Road, Sherbrooke, NS
Description: Not only is this house beautiful inside, but there are also so many outdoor amenities that make it feel like a resort. Plus, who doesn't love a private island?