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Mahone Bay Circa 1780

Constructed on one of the original land grants in the second half of the 18th century, this early, British colonial, farm house was built by Philip Heison who tilled the soil by the sea at the edge of Mahone Bay. It has been home to an inn keeper, the famous and not as famous, a farmer, a merchant, a blacksmith or two, a sailor, a widow, a teacher, a designer, seen children born beneath its roof who left to sail the seven seas, and in the course of 230 years has seen empires rise and fall and thousands of immigrants successfully reach its shores.
This home retains the rich atmosphere of its pedigree, but beneath the mellow wood, the three original working fireplaces and ancient timbers, is a very modern home, with all the comforts of the 21st century. A recent and meticulous renovation, including new kitchen with sunroom, three new baths, the addition of a main floor master wing seamlessly integrated, and heated double car garage, makes this a unique offering in a park like setting close to an acre in size with a 143 ft. set-back across from Mahone Bay civic marina. A one-of-a-kind, estate like property at the heart of one of the most beautiful towns in the province.

Asking price 
$599,000  $472,371 USD* - £354,848 GBP* - €398,694 EUR*
Tradewinds ID# - 9015
MLS  # - 201605747
PID# - 60371895
674 Main Street, Mahone Bay, Lunenburg County
Michael Wilson
Michael Wilson
Tradewinds Associate
C: 902-527-3822
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Property Information

  • Approx Building Age:
  • 200
  • Dimensions ±:
  • 27'x32'+18'x20'+18'2x20'6
  • Living Area:
  • 2000 sq.ft.
  • Bedrooms:
  • 3
  • Baths Full/Half:
  • 2/1
  • Lot Size ±:
  • 40,762 sq. ft.
  • Assessment:
  • $361,900
  • Taxes:
  • $4,635 ± (2016)
  • Sewer:
  • Municipal
  • Water:
  • Municipal
  • Zoning:
  • Residential
  • Heating:
  • Elec./Baseboard/Hot Water/Radiant
  • Basement:
  • Concrete/Full/Crawl/Slab/Stone
  • Garage/Other:
  • Detached/Double/Heated/Wired

Rooms - Level & Size

  • Kitchen - 
  • 9'3 x 17'7
  • Dining Nook - 
  • 9'8 x 17'7
  • Dining Room - 
  • 11' x 23'3
  • Family Room - 
  • 12'5 x 14'
  • Foyer - 
  • 4'6 x 5'
  • Living Room - 
  • 13'3 x 15'3
  • Hall - 
  • 5'2 x 7'
  • Bath (2 pc) - 
  • 4' x 6'6
  • Master Bedroom - 
  • 17' x 17'
  • Bath (4 pc) - 
  • 8 x 9'5
  • Storage - 
  • 4'10 x 17'
  • Bedroom - 
  • 10'2 x 12'5
  • Bedroom - 
  • 9' x 13'
  • Bath (3 pc) - 
  • 5'3 x 8'6

Exterior Finish

Wood Siding

Remarks

24 hrs. notice is required for showings.

Directions

Main Street Mahone Bay.