South Shore Residential Offerings
Whether you're in the market for 18th or 19th century homes, Victorian houses
with elaborate gingerbread fixtures, or contemporary buildings, the South Shore has something for you.
C $1,200,000; US +/-$889,000; € +/-800,000
This iconic building in the heart of Mahone Bay has housed one of the town’s most notable retail establishments—Mahone Bay Trading Co.—since 2000. The building contains more than 11,000-square feet of commercial space and more than 12,000 square feet of residential. The options for utilizing the space are boundless. This property also consists of two lots with more than a combined acre of land in the middle of town, which includes 20 parking spaces and, provides plenty of room for building expansion or development.
C $1,000,000; US +/-$741,000; € +/-667,000
Designed by the internationally acclaimed architect and planner, Brian MacKay-Lyons, this exquisite south-facing beach house sits on a 2 acre meadow at the top of the highest hill on the Kingsburg Peninsula. The property affords an incomparable panoramic view of Hirtle’s Beach, the open Atlantic, the Nature Conservancy’s Gaff Point, Hell Point, West Ironbound Island and the La Have Islands, complete privacy and the sight and sound of the surf.
C $675,000; US +/-$531000; € +/-466,000
Spacious and bright 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fully upgraded, ocean view home in immaculate condition, plus a +/-4,000 sq. ft., 2 storey barn on 4.53 subdividable acres. Near the end of a dead end road. No traffic. Completely private and quiet. 300 meters to a long, west facing, sandy beach, great for summer swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding and coastal hiking. Long summer days and sunsets across the water.
C $650,000; US +/-$489,000; € +/-439,000
With its large deck overlooking the Lunenburg waterfront, Magnolias has been successfully serving the locals and tourists for the past 30 years. It is also a favourite eating place for a long list of celebrities visiting Old Town Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home port of the schooner Bluenose. And no wonder, it has been recommended in “Where to Eat in Canada” every year for the past 28 years, longer than any other restaurant in Canada.