The MINI HOME with addition and studio/apartment...which could readily be converted to provide rental income.

The studio could readily be converted to a rental accommodation unit


Built in 1975 this 60 x 14 foot Olympia has been extensively renovated and modernized.

2001 Complete new roof including trusses, shingles,

2005 Major renovation and upgrade

Stripped to the studs.

All new windows, insulation, sheathing and siding.

Most of interior refinished with gyprock

2006/8 Studio/apartment and workshop constructed

2011 Fiberglass oil tank installed 25 year warranty.

2013 New furnace.

2016 Heat pump, 24.000 BTU (Daikin)


2 wood stoves (air tight in library. Fireplace in living room, presently capped but can be used)


8,000 watt Briggs & Stratton generator wired into the electrical system

The Studio is about 20 feet from the mini-home.

The Studio/apartment


Studio/apartment and workshop (Two levels - 18’4” x 22’4”)

Constructed in 2006 to 2008 this new structure incorporates an airy studio over a roomy, concrete floored workshop


The Studio has its own private entrance and deck

This spacious, airy studio delights artists and visitors alike. With its own deck and lofty position at treetop level it is ideal for getting the creative juices flowing. The complete hardwood floor and classic airtight stove provide a cozy environment for would-be Tom Jacksons and Maud Lewis's.


The 15-foot high cathedral ceiling, along with the numerous windows, complement it's open concept design. The loft provides sleeping and storage space, and is accessed by a movable ladder. It has a finished space suitable for a full bathroom, as well as an open area already wired for an electric stove in a kitchenette.








Perennial spring on property, gravity piped to concrete cistern with submersible pump.



- Nova Scotia Power

- 8,000 watt Briggs & Stratton generator wired into the electrical system.

(Regularly started to ensure reliability when needed!)


Septic - double tank system, dispersal field


Phone, internet etc available through local providers



24,000 BTU Daikin heat pump (Primary source, very economical)

Oil furnace

2 wood stoves (air tight in library, fireplace in living room, presently capped but can be used)

Classic airtight wood stove in the studio apartment

Electric baseboard heat in Workshop


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