1895 – Nova Scotia, Canada

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Posted July 2018. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown.
Added to OHD on 7/23/18   -   Last OHD Update: 9/7/18   -   20 Comments
1762 Higway 1, Clementsport, Nova Scotia
  • $119,000 CAD
    $90,368 USD
  • 4 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 1.47 Ac.
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Beautiful century home (Colonial Revival style) in quiet and scenic Clementsport, only a short drive from historic Annapolis Royal. House needs work but original woodworking and basics in place. Family-sized 4BR dwelling with Living Room, Front Parlour, Formal Dining Room with built-in cabinet, older Kitchen with Dumb Waiter and original architectural features. Full bath downstairs and 1/2 bath up. Large 2 story barn with room for workshop or home-based business. Land 1.5 acres with small field at back of property. Close to elementary school and YMCA. Post office across the road - this is country living!
Last Active Agent
Daniele Carriere, Habitation Realties
902-532-5545
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20 Comments on 1895 – Nova Scotia, Canada

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10360 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I know there’s more to Canada than just Nova Scotia, eventually I’ll spread out beyond. 🙂

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  2. AvatarL Adams says: 64 comments

    This is one steep flight of attic stairs! Love the house overall.

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  3. AvatarJoanne0911 says: 8 comments

    I’ve fallen in love with Canada since watching Anne with an E on Netflix. Are Americans allowed to own property in Canada? Not sure if this is the forum for this, but was wondering what the policies are.

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    • AvatarZann says: 532 comments

      Have you watched the 1985 Anne of Green Gables movie? It is very different from the Netflix show, but you may like it. I will admit I am not a fan of Anne with an E, but I think it is because it strays from the source material a bit too far for my tastes and because the 1985 movie has such a special place in my heart. I’m probably in the minority.

      I absolutely think of Anne every time Kelly posts a home in Canada and even made a puffed sleeves comment on one not long ago. I don’t think Kelly minds us giving Miss Shirley a little love at all.

      Americans can own property in Canada. How often you can stay in that home is dependent on your residency status. There are some extremely useful sources online on how to become a Permanent Resident and/or a Canadian citizen. We discussed it in the comments of one of the more recent Nova Scotia homes, as well. (I would link it for you, but I want you to search through and enjoy the last few Canadian posts. :P)

      My family and I have discussed moving (years from now) to Nova Scotia in depth. We discussed it again this weekend, actually. I am completely with you on this one.

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      • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 710 comments
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        1901 Folk Victorian
        Chestatee, GA

        I’m a huge AoGG fan! I didn’t care for the Netflix one although loved the actress that plays Marilla but the 1985 version is my favorite series ever. I still have a problem getting lost in my imagination, Anne is my literary bosom friend. Lol

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        • AvatarZann says: 532 comments

          I agree with all of that. The actress who played Marilla was fantastic. Matthew wasn’t soooo bad, but how does one compete with Richard Farnsworth, really?

          I’ve already made it known that if we do move to Canada, my family will have to be known as the poor people related to the crazy American who named her new Canadian house Green Gables. I guess I could call it that secretly, in my heart of hearts as Anne would say. Not put up a big honking sign out front or anything.

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    • Avatarcyberc says: 102 comments

      Joanne0911, There are numerous tax laws that apply for owning property in another country, especially Canada. Please check with an excellent accountant familiar with tax laws in the USA, as well as internationally. With that said, yes, you can own property in Canada and be a resident / national of the USA. Some provinces charge a special tax for Americans to own property in their province. British Columbia is just such a province. If you intend to use it as an AirBnB then you will need to research the viability, as sometimes the neighbors are not pleased with the coming n goings every fews days and high traffic of short term rentals. This is why some provinces attach certain restrictions. If you intend to live at the property, be sure to check with US Immigration to see if there’s any statutes regarding length of tenure in another country. Then check with the Canadian Consulate to see if Canada has any restrictions in length of stay – visa – permits (work or otherwise). It will take some leg work on your part but once you have dotted all the “I’s” and crossed all the “T’s”, then you can make an informed decision regarding buying a property in The Great White North – Canada!! If you do move there, you will love the people, culture and the really cool foods.

  4. AvatarLisa Friedrich says: 2 comments

    Keep them coming! Preferably near the Michigan border. I feel I may need to move my family to Canada soon. 🙂

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  5. AvatarTrish says: 14 comments

    I’m also a Canadian reader, from Ontario. I love looking at all the old houses and am blown away at some of the awesome prices in the U.S. I live in an 1855 brick farmhouse so I’m always watching this page for ideas. Keep up the great work Kelly!

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  6. AvatarApril says: 18 comments

    Ooooh lovely! The usual paint/flooring updates to make it perfect, but no big deal. What a steal for that amazing land, too!

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  7. AvatarBarbara N Kahl says: 52 comments

    I love the detail pictures, but wish we could have a larger view of some of the spaces – I’d love to see how the details all work together! The arched hallway is wonderful.

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  8. AvatarKris Tallon says: 8 comments

    This is a wonderful way to start my day. Such a beautiful home. Needs a little bit of work but over all, I’d move in a heartbeat if I could.

  9. AvatarTess says: 320 comments

    Agent says “needs work”, where? Looks great to me.

  10. AvatarHolly says: 1 comments

    I’m American, but husband has the ability to become Canadian easily, and we have some of his family already there, Niagara Falls, so we like to go at least once every 12 to 18 months. Love Canada! Anywho, getting him to seriously consider a move is difficult, but with the postings of these gorgeous Victorian homes, he has been more receptive!

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  11. AvatarVMaloney says: 97 comments

    I love seeing them as well even though I live in VA, we visited PEI 2 years ago and I fell in love with that place….hoping to see some PEI homes too….by the way, my whole fam also loves AoGG, even my husb can quote Ann!

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  12. Avatardarla says: 60 comments
    Commerce City, CO

    seriously, one can’t just move to Canada, can one? My brother tried, and after living in Vancouver for 10 years, was not able to stay.

  13. AvatarJean says: 23 comments

    Another Canadian here, in Ontario! If you’re looking for older properties check out the Niagara region and Eastern Ontario along Lake Ontario. Oldest part of “Upper Canada”

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