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Forget the Present

Largely preserved and sensitively cared for, these past 245 years, this house has stood on its stone foundation to witness a world dramatically changed from the one which conceived it. None of the original room dimensions have been altered, the walls stand where they have always stood, and the interior architectural detail has been conserved. The large stone cooking fireplace remains in the Georgian keeping room, as does the open dish cupboard, and the original wainscoting. There is a large garage/workshop, separate shed with wood storage at its end, and a diminutive greenhouse. This 1771 Cape is on a small knoll and the garden that surrounds it with old apple trees and stone wall and trellis somehow seem right. This home is a comfortable walk to a convenience store with cafe and liquor concession. A bit farther up the way is Sand Dollar Beach. A short drive down the road is Kingsburg and Hirtle's Beach, and not much more than fifteen minutes further up the road is the historic Town of Lunenburg.

Asking price 
$329,000  $256,916 USD* - £194,044 GBP* - €219,246 EUR*
HST - Exempt from
Tradewinds ID# - 10429
MLS  # - 201714243
PID# - 60189180
64 Kingsburg Road, Rose Bay, Lunenburg County
Michael Wilson
Michael Wilson
Tradewinds Associate
C: 902-527-3822
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Property Information

  • Approx Building Age:
  • 246
  • Dimensions ±:
  • 28'4 x 33'4
  • Living Area:
  • 1440 sq.ft.
  • Bedrooms:
  • 3
  • Baths Full/Half:
  • 1/1
  • Lot Size ±:
  • 2.55 Acres
  • Assessment:
  • $221,300 (2017)
  • Sewer:
  • Septic
  • Water:
  • Dug Well
  • Zoning:
  • Residential
  • Heating:
  • Forced Air/Furnace/Stove
  • Basement:
  • Concrete/Stone/Full/Undeveloped
  • Garage/Other:
  • 20' X 30' Garage

Rooms - Level & Size

  • Living Room - Main Floor
  • 15' x 17'
  • Dining Room - Main Floor
  • 12'6 x 17'4
  • Kitchen - Main Floor
  • 8'7 x 9'8
  • Den/Office - Main Floor
  • 8'3 x 10'
  • Bath 1 - Main Floor
  • 6'8 x 10' -4pc
  • Foyer - Main Floor
  • 5' x 10'
  • Master Bedroom - 2nd Level
  • 15'4 x 18'
  • Bedroom - 2nd Level
  • 8'5 x 11'4
  • Bedroom - 2nd Level
  • 9'2 x 11'3
  • Ensuite Bath 1 - 2nd Level
  • 5' x 6'6

Extras

20' x 30' Garage, Greenhouse 9' x 10', Storage Shed 8' x 12' and 6' x 7'

Exterior Finish

Wood Shingles

Land Features

Landscaped,Wooded/Treed

Directions

Exit 11 from Highway 103 direction Lunenburg, right on Highway 332, continue to Rose Bay, left after Rose Bay Store onto Kingsburg Road. Property on right.