About Nova Scotia Home Finder

About Nova Scotia Home Finder

This is a web edition of the Nova Scotia Home Finder Magazine. This web site contains a flip style on-line version of our magazine and links to brokers websites. Nova Scotia Home Finder provides MLS® real estate listings on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia Home Finder is a product of Supernova Media.

Representing 7 south shore real estate brokerages, Nova Scotia Home Finder features Nova Scotia MLS listings in Mahone Bay, Chester, Bridgewater and Lunenburg. View directory of South Shore Nova Scotia real estate Brokerages.

Chester: Chester is noted for sailing, stately homes, magnificent gardens and a relaxed lifestyle. Summer means yacht races, garden parties and band concerts. Founded in 1759 by New England Planters, the village’s scenic beauty will capture your heart. Residents and guests alike continue to be attracted to the island picnics, kayaking, the 18-hole golf course and tennis courts, as well as marvelous restaurants, boutiques, art galleries and craft shops. Just past Chester is Graves Island Provincial Park, an attractive coastal island park attached to the mainland by a causeway. The park features a campground, small beach, playground, picnic area, boat launch and trails.

Source: http://www.novascotiabackyard.com/explore-our-regions/south-shore/chester

Lunenburg:  Historic U.N.E.S.C.O. Located on the beautiful and historic South Shore, Lunenburg Region is less than an hour drive from Halifax and the Annapolis Valley.  It surrounds the historic towns of Lunenburg and Mahone Bay and offers additional activities for all visitors to the area.  The region’s diverse landscape from rolling forested hills surrounded by freshwater lakes to beautiful shoreline covered in beaches and breathtaking views creates endless opportunities for adventure and relaxation.

The many scenic trails, parks, campgrounds, white sand beaches, natural waterways, and endless shoreline create the perfect playground for outdoor enthusiasts.  On your way to an ideal kayaking destination orhiking trail, stop and visit one of the area’s many artisans and immerse yourself in the unique folk art inspired by this beautiful corner of the province.

Source: http://www.novascotiabackyard.com/explore-our-regions/south-shore/lunenburg

Mahone Bay: As you wind your way into Mahone Bay, you know you’ve arrived somewhere special. Visible from every angle, the town’s world famous “Three Churches” are the first thing you see as you enter the community. The breathtaking view of the Bay, dotted with 365 islands – one for every day of the year – is something to behold. Settled in 1754, it was once a safe haven for pirates and privateers. Throughout the years the town became famous for its ship-building. Today, Mahone Bay is home to renowned authors, film makers, artists, musicians, poets, intellects and wonderfully creative, dedicated citizens. Park the car and take a stroll through town, where you’ll experience unique shops, art galleries, coffee houses, restaurants and museums. And for outdoor adventure, you don’t have to go far for a sailing or kayaking excursion. Beautiful accommodations provide a place to unwind, relax and find inspiration.

Source: http://www.novascotiabackyard.com/explore-our-regions/south-shore/mahone-bay

Bridgewater: Bridgewater, with its stately homes on tree-lined streets, its friendly people and its unhurried pace, is located a protected 26 kilometres inland from the Atlantic Ocean on the banks of the beautiful LaHave River. The streams flowing down the hills to the LaHave provided great power possibilities for industry, and lumber mills in particular. The town offers visitors numerous services and conveniences, outstanding shopping, restaurants and accommodations, banks, a multiplex movie theatre, a regional hospital, museums, a public library, as well as peaceful parks, tranquil gardens and stimulating trails. Bridgewater also boasts wonderful recreational amenities, including golf courses, tennis courts, a curling club, an arena, a 400-metre track, playing fields and a public outdoor swimming pool.

Source: http://www.novascotiabackyard.com/explore-our-regions/south-shore/bridgewater

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