The western side of Northern Nova Scotia is surrounded by the
Northumberland Strait to the north and Cobequid Bay and the Bay of Fundy
to the south. The area is filled with sandy beaches and hiking trails,
and is rich with the heritage of its early Scottish settlers. The Bay of
Fundy has carved out a dramatic backdrop to some of the highest tides in
the world. The Bay is edged with dense forests and steep cliffs that
harbor prehistoric fossils and semiprecious stones. The Fundy tides,
which are dangerous and swift, can reach up to 40 feet. Nova Scotia's
amazing array of wildlife includes ospreys, bald eagles, moose, deer,
and of course, whales, in the waters off Cape Breton and Brier Island.
Do you want to build a
home or cottage? We have other property available. Some of the
properties are quite large and have the zoning to allow a whole
See Map and links to all Nova Scotia Property below.