What if money was no object? We take you inside one of the most beautiful real estate offerings in the country
Address: 104 Net Yard Lane, Upper Kingsburg, Nova Scotia
The skinny: Two-bedroom, three-bathroom, 2,775-square-foot home in Upper Kingsburg, Nova Scotia
The chic: Described as "simultaneously new, 400-years-old and timeless; clearly contemporary and unapologetically traditional; deeply rural and surprisingly urban" this stunning AIA National Honour Award winning Shobac Farm home is truly a work of art. Designed by internationally-renowned architect Brian MacKay-Lyons, this double lot, two-acre property with more than 230 feet of ocean frontage consists of three pavilions with the interior a wonderful mix of minimalism and traditional. The polished concrete floor and steel frames throughout create a dramatic look, whilst the white ash plywood ceiling contrasts this and provides a calming feel to the property. Ocean views and surrounding hills are framed through seven-foot windows and the beautiful 16-foot granite fireplace centres the living space. A totally unique feature of this property is that all living quarters are separate from the main living and kitchen area, meaning each room essentially has their own property.
The hidden extras: The outdoor space to this property is finished with locally quarried Nova Scotian granite veneer and pavers, a stunning outdoor kitchen and infinite heated spa pool. Does it get any better than that?