Hunts Point Seaside Home is designed as three separate buildings, taking its inspiration from a nearby lobster fishermen’s wharf, and is constructed from stone, red and white cedar and stained pine, all materials that fit the structures seamlessly into the surrounding rocky terrain and forest landscape.
Priced to sell at $1,250,000.
Location: 72 Everetts Way, Hunts Point, Queens County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Land Size: 3.97 acres
Oceanfront: 440+ feet
Age: Construction completed 2009
Exterior: Stone, cedar and pine
Foundation: Slab and poured concrete
Water: Drilled well
Sewer: Septic system
Heat: Radiant, in-floor and propane fired
Hot water: Propane
Electric: Underground 200 amp service, cable and internet with back up generator
Fireplaces: Stone, 1 inside and 1 outside
Appliances: Wolf stove, GE Monogram stainless steel kitchen, Maytag Epic
washer and dryer
Total living area: 2520± square feet
Main Building: 1166± square feet
Flanked on one side by the guest house and on the other by the master bedroom cottage, it features a great room with cherry flooring and a stone fireplace built by hand by a local stonemason from rock mined and cut on the site. This fireplace is backed by another outside which is the focal point for a flagstone terrace overlooking the ocean. The great room includes a large, open kitchen with countertops also crafted from on-site granite and bleached maple cabinets built by acclaimed Nova Scotia cabinet maker DeCoste. Completing the main house are a mud room, half bath and laundry all with views of the dazzling waterfront.
Master Bedroom Cottage: 668± square feet
This is a peaceful retreat comprising a bedroom with windows framing the ocean, a cozy study with cherry cabinets, microwave and small fridge, and a spacious bath with air tub and walk-in shower. There are 2 large closets with dressing area. An unfinished storage space of the same dimensions is on the lower level.
Guest House: 686± square feet
This house includes two bedrooms, each with its own entrance and ensuite bathroom as well as ocean views. The mechanical room for the complex is also in this building.