World re-known popular beach resort destination less than 2 hous from Halifax
Seascape Retreat lies at the top of hill, on a private lane with a view of the sea.
With the exception of the patio, lawn and gardens the house is surrounded
by a mixed forest including maples, birch and spruce.
It is a “L”shaped bungalow with views from the living room and master bedroom
which both have patio door access to a sprawling deck. The deck is equally appreciated as a great place to read and sunbathe and/or the family barbecue. Star gazing is also a popular pastime from this location.
The main floor includes a large living room with fireplace, dining room with comfortable seating for eight, a contemporary kitchen with an island counter, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. The master bedroom has a fabulous view, ensuite bathroom and walk in closet. The laundry and linen closet are on this floor and there is small deck off the kitchen. The lower level features a large living room/den and patio door access to the
lawn and gardens.
Close to beaches, nature trails, wineries, craft shops, national parks, UNESCO World Heritage site, markets
Lunenburg, Mahone Bay, Chester and Shelburne.
Within five minutes of white sand oean beach and golf course.
(Note Resort is currently under reconstruction reopening November 2012).
Suitable for family retreats,small weddings and meetings.
Catering and concierge services available.
Event management assistance
It is always so great to get back to Nova Scotia and White Point is our favorite place.
The weather was good and the boys played on the beach for hours.ars.
We did spend a day in Lunenburg and Mahone Bay. We werre hoping to get to Ross farm but did not have time.
Everything was very comfortable as always.
We ate mot of our meals on the deck. The view just gets bettr and better.
We appreciate the comfort and privacy. It is just so restful.
We did some stargazing one night for the northern lights but we were not as lucky as two years ago. There really were a lot of stars.
hoping to get there for Cristmas or March Break
I have been involved in more than twenty businesses since moving to Nova Scotia in the 70”s to enroll in the Dalhousie University MBA and Law program. Sales, marketing and financial management with an emphasis on customer service has been my focus. I have always liked the people part and service component of my various interests.
I was Managing Director of White Point Beach for more than thirty years which I truly enjoyed. I left in 2009 to do some things I have always wanted to do and have continued with my marketing and financial consultancy.
My pride and joy are my family including four children and five grandchildren.
I have always been an active volunteer within business associations, communities charities and the church, and continue to so.
I enjoy assisting guests with their various requirements
I built the house for my family during my involvement with White Point Beach Resort.
My family grew up here and still uses the home on a regular basis. Friends, associates and their families are repeat customers. Since moving to Halifax it has become a retreat for my wife and I. Truly a place to get away from it all. The personal memories, seclusion and privacy, combined with its proximity to the ocean and lifestyle amenities make my White Point house very special for me.
My guests have highlighted the privacy, proximity to the ocean, White Point Beach Resort, lifestyle and visitor attractions as the reasons for becoming repeat guests at
Numerous beaches-my favourite is Carters Beach-
Lighthouses-Fort Point, Liverpool/Sandy Point, Shelburne/Cape Forchu, Yarmouth
Fishing Villages-Hunts Point wharf is just a few moments away
Local Arts & Crafts
Golf-White Point@White Point, Osprey Ridge@Bridgewater, River Hills@Clyde River
Lockeport-traditional fishing village
Cape Sable Island-coastal birdwatching
Shelburne-Historic Dock Street
Lunenburg-UNESCO World Heritage site,
Fisheries Museum iof the Atlantic
Mahone Bay-Three Churches
Chester-popular seaside community
Halifax-Citadel National Historic Site
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
Other-Kedjimkujik National Park
Ross Farm Museum
UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve
Ovens Natural Park