With the warmer weather on the way, Canadians will want to get outside more. If they had a place like this Nova Scotia house for sale, it'd be even harder to get them to go inside. Of course, they'd probably love it in there too.

This gorgeous waterfront property in Halifax offers 2,744 square feet of living space. With seven bedrooms and five full bathrooms, there's no shortage of room for multiple people.

That includes a beautiful master suite with skylights, tons of built-in closets, and an en-suite bathroom complete with a whirlpool tub.

The real draws, however, are the ocean and waterfront views, which are easily accessible through some admirable vantage points, including multilevel decks.

The home also includes a dock that can accommodate up to four boats. You could have people take the waterways to visit so they can beat the traffic.

The interior of the house is stunning, with so much intricate woodwork and nautical-themed architecture. Multiple wood-burning stoves and a spiral staircase also provide an old-school touch.

The kitchen even includes a classical style oven, along with the other modern appliances. The fridge is even designed to blend into the cabinetry.

The high ceilings provide a feeling of space and freedom, further accentuated by the many windows that allow for plenty of natural light to brighten up the house.

Anyone who is a fan of being out on the water would love all of the small touches throughout the home, including ship-wheels on the door and a similar design built into the floor.

In addition to the main house, there is also a detached guest house, as well as a carriage house. With so much open space, there's still plenty of places to have some private time.

All of this beautiful, nautical-inspired style and comfort could be yours for just under $2.5 million. It was originally planned to be auctioned off, in a real estate first for the province.

2270 Purcells Cove Rd, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Price: $2,490,000

Description: It's a house that will give you some major boat vibes before you head out on an actual boat from your private dock.

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