Offered at: $997,500 Cdn
Square Footage: 2700
Heating: Hydronic radiant in floor
Age of building: 4 years
View: Ocean view
Waterfront: Waterfront on ocean
Lot Size: 13.5 acres (wooded with gravel private drive)
Listed with: Walt MacDonald Real Estate (Liverpool, NS) and Keller Williams (Halifax, NS)
This stunning timber frame home was designed by award winning TimberhArt Timber Frame Company using a reclaimed 1800?s hay barn and the wood joinery details can be seen throughout.
The ocean can be seen from almost every room in the house along with breathtaking sunrises.
The front half of the house boasts 28 foot ceilings and a large, double-sided, beach stone wood-burning fireplace. The floors are reclaimed wide plank boards with natural slate tiles in the bathrooms and surf room/mudroom.
The master bedroom is located on the first floor and has nautical inspired dark wood closets and french doors which open onto the east deck. The master bath includes a large, elevated soaker tub, a custom glass shower and heritage wood countertops.
There is a large mudroom/surf room located at the back of the house with a rock shower area and plenty of places to store wet clothes and shoes.
The second floor includes three bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a loft that has 180 degrees of ocean views.
The house is completely off-grid, using a 5kW Westwind wind turbine. There is also a back up propane generator which will turn on automatically if there has been no wind for a prolonged amount of time. In the three and a half years that the system has been running, there has never been a time without power. The system is well equipped to run this size of house, including tv?s, computers, and all the major appliances.
Situated on 13.5 wooded acres, this home offers complete privacy while still only minutes from the town of Liverpool, White Point Beach Resort and Golf Club, and Kejimkujik National Park. Located in the heart of Queens County, this house is central to most popular surf breaks south of Halifax.
Queens County Nova Scotia is abundant in natural beauty, boasting many large lakes, rivers and campgrounds. It is a great area for camping, hiking, fishing, canoeing, and surfing. For more information about the town of Liverpool and the rest of the south shore of Nova Scotia please visit South Shore Now at http://www.southshorenow.ca/southshore/tourism/index.php.
This luxury off-grid home is a perfect getaway or full-time residence for someone looking to surround themselves with nature in a beautiful modern lodge-style home while minimizing their ecological footprint.
Liverpool, Nova Scotia