Stately, beautifully restored circa 1820 Georgian home with breathtaking views of the Annapolis Basin and North Mountain. Surrounded by professionally landscaped garden areas with an incredible variety of flowers, ornamental trees and shrubs, plus an impressive formal rock-walled garden in front. There is just under 18 acres of wooded and cleared land, including a 2.7 acre lot with salt water frontage across the road. Outbuildings consist of a workshop/barn with loft, deck and pergola, a wood shed, and a custom gazebo. The house has been extensively renovated beginning in 2005, and the owners have worked hard to ensure that their improvements would make this a comfortable and energy efficient home for generations to come, while preserving the original character and quality of the period. Insulation, Marvin windows, a geothermal heating system and solar power, new wiring & plumbing, and conveniences such as central vacuum. The property is also on municipal services for water and sewer. The interior offers large well-proportioned rooms, high ceilings, restored original mouldings, mantles, wood floors and a graceful central stair flanked by formal dining and living room. In back of house, the kitchen features tile floors, granite counter tops and a handsome cobalt blue AGA propane cooker. In the den, the Jotul wood stove is set into the restored brick fireplace. The tiled rear entry hall offers access to main floor bath, a closet, and laundry/storage room. Upstairs are two large front bedrooms including master suite with dressing room and ensuite bath. A 3rd bedroom connects to the library nook and back staircase. The main upstairs bath includes a bidet and an antique claw-foot tub. Located just minutes from the historic town of Annapolis Royal, which provides you with all amenities and a beautiful view across the water.
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