$21M Lodge at Strum Island in Nova Scotia, Canada (PHOTOS)

$21M Lodge at Strum Island in Nova Scotia, Canada

$21,000,000 | Built 2008 | 9,500 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 7 Baths | 10 Acres
126 Strum Island Way, Oakland, Nova Scotia, Canada, B0J 2E0
If you’re looking to social distance in style then this might be the place for you. The Lodge at Strum Island recently hit the market in Nova Scotia for $21 million as reported by duPont Registry. The 10 acre private island was designed with security, seclusion and self-sustainability in mind. Offering its own power source, heat, food and water as well as transportation via boat and docks, with the option for a helicopter. Anyone looking to isolate can for well over a year without leaving the island! The island provides a tranquil surrounding; offering well-manicured landscaping and beautiful gardens, greenhouses, walking trail and thousands of indigenous trees and native plants. 

The expansive main lodge with 10,000 square feet of space was built in two phases. The tasteful design combines rustic elements with transitional elegance. Offering 6 bedrooms all with their own en-suite bathroom and fantastic natural light with beautiful views, a stunning great room with hand carved bar and signature fireplace. Enjoy restaurant quality meals in your massive gourmet kitchen and dining area with butler’s pantry. Relax with a glass of wine in the rose hut while soaking in the hot tub or watching the many species of wildlife from the observation tower – this property offers it all. When it’s time to get back to the mainland, it’s just a mere 3 minute boat ride to the 100′ wharf, and only another 5 minutes to Mahone Bay. The Lodge at Strum Island is on the market for $21 million with Cowan-Smith Team.

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