This historic Acadian home is perched on a hill on Cheticamp Island, with hay fields leading down to the harbour and sunny views from every window. Recently renovated, the house features a very well equipped kitchen, a wood stove, laundry room, high speed WiFi, cable TV, games and puzzles and many books. The attached garage is filled with a fleet of bikes of all sizes, kayaks, small boats, a ping pong table, a barbecue, and much more- all for your enjoyment. Watch the incredible stars while toasting marshmallows around the firepit- we have lots of wood. The house provides a private retreat for a couple, or a happy vacation for an entire family. We love children, and responsible dogs.....both can run free to their hearts' content, and everyone will enjoy our delicious island spring water from the new well!
An historic Acadian house on the outside, the Blue House is nicely renovated on the inside for comfort and simple elegance. Rest in the total island quiet in the three bedrooms upstairs- two double beds and a queen, and a double fold out couch on the living room downstairs. A full bath upstairs and a lavoratory down. New hardwood floors brighten the sunny living room whose windows look out on the harbour and the mountains. All ready for you to move in- everything included!
An Acadian house with a story! This farmhouse was originally located at Cap Rouge in the National Park! When the Park was established in 1940 and the Acadians had to leave, this house's owners brought it (floated it!) to Cheticamp Island- and it almost did not make it. But it has been very happily settled on acres and acres of hay fields and forest ever since. The Island Light Road is a dirt road that runs along the harbour of Cheticamp Island, from the nice warm, sand beach along the causeway that leads to the island all the way to the Point Enrage lighthouse at the north end of the island. With no traffic it a great road for walking and for biking. Trails from the back of the house lead to the headland capes on the the 'back of the island'- 150 foot cliffs over the Gulf of St Lawrence. Whales, seals, and eagles of several kinds to watch for, and many blueberries to pick on the way.