SOLD ! $349,000
Conceived and planned by Brian MacKay-Lyons, one of Canada’s best known modern architects and planners, SHOBAC is located in what is deemed to be the most breathtaking natural environment on Nova Scotia’s South Shore. SHOBAC is a small, world renowned, award-winning, residential oceanfront retreat. Surrounded by the ocean, Hirtle’s Beach, the Sea Horse Farm and the Nature Conservancy’s 124 acre Gaff Point, SHOBAC offers miles of spectacular coastal hiking, horse riding, kayaking and surfing. Oriented toward the south west and nestled at the foot of an amphitheatre of rolling meadows, with grazing sheep, cattle and horses, this oceanfront lot leaves you with the feeling that you have finally found what you have been looking for. Not just another oceanfront lot, this property comes complete with its own controlled +/- 200 acre natural and built environment. This is a full service opportunity to have a small home, designed by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects and built by local craftsmen, while enjoying the amenities offered by Shobac and Sea Horse Farm – including optional participation in a cottage rental program.
Lunenburg to Rose Bay. Left on Kingsburg Rd. 4 km. Right on Upper Kingsburg Rd. to end of pavement. Go straight ahead and turn right after the barn. Drive up the hill, turn left and take the first turn to the right down the hill toward SHOBAC. Then up the hill. Then down the hill to the bottom. Pass the barn on the left. Bear left to the first Duckworth sign.
150 ft. of oceanfront at each end of the property, totalling 300 ft. of waterfront.
Ideal location for an oceanfront home, kayaking, swimming, paddle boarding, boogie boarding, surfing and coastal hiking. Protective covenants apply. Only 20 minutes from the restaurants, shops and Victorian charms of Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 90 minutes from the Halifax International Airport.
The adjacent Lot 2 (39,842 sq.ft. and +/- 100 ft. of waterfront) is for sale at $249,000. The price for the package of Lots 1 and 2 together is negotiable. SHOBAC video: http://vimeo.com/77339602; SEE ALSO: http://vimeo.com/77339602; AND: http://vimeo.com/77339602
Existing underground utilities already extend to the property line.