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It is said that "the good life is waiting for you in Annapolis County". Certainly, there you will discover picturesque communities with centuries of history and cultural diversity, lying nestled amid rich, rolling farmland and abundant fruit growing valleys. With a thriving economy, excellent health and educational facilities, and affordable lifestyle in an agreeable climate and a safe secure environment, it is one of the fastest growing regions in Atlantic Canada!

But it is also a special place where nature weaves a captivating spell and the towns and villages are rich with heritage and a vibrant community spirit. There is nationally acclaimed theatre, artist and artisan galleries of all disciplines and recreational activities for everyone. It's a place where friends are neighbours - and neighbours are friends!

Isn't it time to sample "the good life"?


Location, Location, Location

Lying on Highway 10, in the southeast of Annapolis County, near the junction with Kings and Queens counties, is Waterloo Lake. Four miles long and dotted with islands. Part of one of the best canoeing routes in Nova Scotia. Waterloo Lake has been stocked with trout by the provincial government. Deer and moose are regular visitors!

On the east side of the spring fed waterway is "Waterloo Lake Retreats", a Torus development offering approved, serviced cottage lots with shaled road access. These lots are fully surveyed and there are already new homes being constructed.

 
"Waterloo Lake Retreats" sits among peaceful rural farm landscapes. Mature pine, spruce, hemlock and lots of maple - up to fifty feet in height and more. In the fall, this subdivision is a magnificent colourama. The area offers fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hunting, golfing, riding and in winter, snowmobiling and cross country skiing. There are bright sunny winters and long warm summers - for Nova Scotia has Canada's mildest average temperatures and the climate is even better in this section of Canada's Ocean Playground.

But perhaps the greatest feature of "Waterloo Lake Retreats" is its location in the heart of southern Nova Scotia.


Twenty miles north is Provincial Highway 101 (Evangeline Trail), leading east to Kentville and the Bay of Fundy (Highest tides in the world.) Or west to the centre of Annapolis County and the city of Digby (Ferry service to New Brunswick.)

Thirty miles south is Provincial Highway 103 (Lighthouse Route), and the historic towns of Bridgewater, Mahone Bay and Lunenburg (World Heritage Site). Travel south on the Atlantic oceanside route to Liverpool ("Port of the Privateers") and further on to the city of Yarmouth (Ferry service to Bar Harbor and Portland, Maine).

Less that an hour north along this highway is metro Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, where one will find both national and international connections by sea and air.

Who could ask for anything more?

 
For more information on properties at Waterloo Lake, please contact toll free Russell Rogers at
1-877-993-9991.