The Digby Historic Property database, www.heritagehub.ca, indicates this farmhouse was built by Abraham Nichols c1860, grandson of Capt. John R. Nichols,a United Empire Loyalist from Long Island, New York, who settled at Digby after the war of the American Independence. The property still boasts rustic country charm, just a few minutes drive from the Town of Digby. With some post and beam construction, the original handhewn beams in several areas of the home add original character. Exterior board and batten wood siding, updated plumbing & electrical, pellet stove, wood/oil furnace, UV sterilizer for the well water are just a few of the features. The upstairs Master BR has its own ensuite bath. Outside, the views are panoramic-overlooking hardwood ridges and the town & harbour in the distance. Great for the growing family or buyer looking for lots of space in a good residential area! The house does require some TLC. Taxes $1205.10 (2017) Assessment $113,800.
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