Tastefully restored Victorian Bed & Breakfast Inn (circa 1863). Originally built as a single family dwelling for prominent sea merchant builders by the name of . . .
Folklore has it, the sea captain who built this home in 1928, upon his dissatisfaction with town services living on the fringe of Lunenburg, when asked his addr. . .
Situated in the southern end of Lunenburg this is a rather congenial and quiet neighbourhood. It shares the area of Town that is known for the historic boat yar. . .
Few clues remain of Henry Oxner's homestead, the fish stores and the racks to dry fish, and the barn that once stood in the centre of the field until the mid 20. . .
A beautifully renovated, vintage 1930's home with the character one looks for in a heritage property while being centrally located within easy walking of all am. . .
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. . .
An Edwardian house, built by Sydney Morash some time after 1905 and sold to master mariner Clarence Corkum in 1912 for the grand sum of $1,375. The house has a . . .
New Town Lunenburg: Residential family living at its best. This classic bungalow was built in the late 1950's and is a testament to the high quality and style o. . .
This beautiful, 125-year-old home stands tall at the beginning of Old Town Lunenburg. The outside of the building has been updated and painted in the last year,. . .
Located on the edge of New Town in Lunenburg, walking distance to the water front and the downtown shops and restaurants. This solid, character home has had num. . .