New property listed in 405-Lunenburg County, South Shore

I have listed a new property at 8 Fort Point Road in Lahave.
“Getson Lookout” This serene and captivating location, positioned in Getson Cove where the LaHave River meets the Atlantic Ocean, is simply stunning. Experience breathtaking sunrises and impressive sunsets from both the covered verandah and the 1400 sq ft waterfront lot. Established in 1632 as the first capital of New France, Fort Point has a strong sense of community amongst neighbors, and this residence is nestled in the heart of it all, only a short walk to the historic Fort Point Lighthouse and beach. Several other noteworthy outings, minutes outside your front door, include the white sands of Crescent and Rissers beaches, walking distance to Westcote Bell Pottery and famous LaHave Bakery both adjacent to the LaHave Ferry for a day out in the UNESCO site of Lunenburg, and a short drive to the LaHave Yacht Club. Water enthusiasts enjoy your private boat slip into the LaHave River estuary, opening into a vast archipelago of islands on the Atlantic Ocean. These waters are some of the best sailing waters north of the Carolinas and equally enjoyable by sea-kayak. Inside the stately 4-bedroom, 2 bath home, each room is distinctive. The formal sitting room overlooks the river, the dining room is a spacious gathering point for family dinners or entertaining guests, and the sunroom is currently used for inspiration as an artist studio. A unique blend of historical elements including wainscoting, trim, glass doors, and lighting, along with modern updates like main floor family and laundry rooms, updated baths, newer septic, and more. The green thumb in the family will appreciate the lush professional landscaping by the owner, who happens to be a horticulturist. Once operated as a Bed & Breakfast, this location offers enormous potential to be used as an income property. The fully wired outbuilding can quickly transform into a rental. So much to appreciate about this home and location. This site is just one of the reasons why Nova Scotia is called Canada's Ocean playground