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Description de la propriété
1700 square foot beach house on a one acre wooded pinetree lot providing lots of privacy. A newly built house with 3 bedroom, 1 and 1/2 bathrooms, sitting on a one acre treed lot overlooking the ocean. Brand new fully equiped kitchen with an impressive butcher block. The living room has lots of comfortable seating with television, satellite dish, radio and cassette, and a phone, and a powder room off to the left. The living quaters are on the second floor allowing a panoramic view of the ocean. The kitchen, livingroom, and dining room, are an open concept. Off of the dining room is a large outdoor balcony perfect for eating or simply taking in the fresh air.
The Island’s easternmost region attracts visitors who appreciate natural spaces and outdoor activities. Development in this area is characterized by parks and trails, supported by country inns and fine dining. A recommended first stop would be Orwell Corner Historic Village where a rural crossroads community invites visitors to step back into the 1800s. Be sure to leave time for a visit to the Macphail Homestead right next door.
Lighthouse lovers will delight in the six lighthouses that are open to the public in summer. Point Prim Lighthouse - the Island’s oldest lighthouse, Wood Islands Lighthouse - located just beyond the ferry terminal, Cape Bear Lighthouse - said to be the first Canadian land station to receive the distress signals from the Titanic, Souris Historic Lighthouse, East Point Lighthouse and Panmure Island Lighthouse - PEI’s oldest wooden lighthouse.
Try a quick round of golf at Belfast Highland Greens or Eagles View near Murray River. Why not consider a seal-watching tour from the port of Murray River or Montague with Cruise Manada Seal-Watching Boat Tours.
Be sure to visit Kings Playhouse where visitors can learn about the region’s once thriving shipbuilding and railway industries as well as dine, shop, or just sit back and enjoy the view of the lovely Georgetown Harbour. The Rodd Brudenell River Resort proves to be a good halfway point for those touring the Points East Coastal Drive, but for golfers this site is an absolute must-stop.
Popular supervised beaches in the eastern PEI region include Red Point, Basin Head, Greenwich and Panmure Island, to name a few. Camping is available at Red Point, Campbells Cove and St. Peters Park in the northeast, and many other locations along the Coastal Drive.
Sport fishers will be interested to know that some of the world’s biggest fish (as in over 1000 pounds!), the Bluefin Tuna, have been caught off the shores of North Lake, known as the “Tuna Capital of the World.”
Description du bord de l'eau et activités proches
A white sandy beach with dunes and a fresh water stream running through it. The stream is great for children or rinsing off after a salty ocean swim. Walk for miles along the cliffs in either direction and collect sandglass or driftwood for night time bonfires.
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Property Amenities & Features
- Laundry Machines
- Linens Provided
- Small Appliances
- Deck / Porch
- Parking Available
- BBQ / Grill
Information additionnelle sur la chambre
The ground floor has three bedrooms, a laundry room, and a full bathroom. The master bedroom has a queen bed and the other two rooms have double beds with a single upper bunk.
Information additionnelle sur les tarifs
Off Season - May and October
Shoulder Season - June and September
High Season - July and August
Rates accommodate up to 4 people. $50 for each additional guest.
Règlement de la maison
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For travel between
Jun 1, 2013 and Jun 22, 2013