Listing Diaries | 955 Brule Point Road, Tatamagouche | Pre-confederation Farm House

Listing Diaries takes an intimate look into the everyday life of one Bryant Realty Atlantic Listings, introducing 955 Brule Point Road, Tatamagouche.  https://bryantrealty.ca/listing/201719765/

Welcome to 955 Brule Point Road, a once-in-a-lifetime property offering an unrivalled oasis located along the distinguished and iconic Brule Bay, the Northumberland Strait and the Cobequid Mountains.

Some 19.9 acres of private land with sprawling lush manicured grounds play host to this masterfully reimagined approx. 3,5400 sqft estate, designed with the highest degree of elegance and modern sophistication. Breathtakingly impressive panoramic views surround this home and can be viewed from the numerous indoor and out entertainment areas. The properties gorgeous natural surroundings can also be enjoyed from the 38-foot heated, inground saltwater swimming pool.

From the moment you drive down the tree lined private lane, there is a welcome home feel. This farmhouse offers a large country kitchen, pinewood plank floors throughout, cathedral ceilings, screened porch, and a heated two car garage. This unique estate has been professionally restored and updated with the utmost in modern comforts taken into consideration.

In perfect harmony between modernism and classic charm, this home affords sumptuous comforts and abundant space.

Halifax | Investment Opportunities are Happening Today

There is a rush of students coming back into the city to attend one of our six universities and the investment opportunities available to the buyer are exceptional.

“Having six universities is quite unique in a city of 360,000 people. People have a very positive reaction to that because the universities are a magnet, they’re a creative hub. Every September, the city floods with students, and all of a sudden the energy level goes up.” https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/education/halifax-the-ultimate-college-town/article4192822/

Perhaps you are searching for that ideal home with rental income to benefit your mortgage cost or an attractive investment property comprised of multiple units- we might have just the right home for you!

“There are plenty of great investment properties in the area ( Halifax’s South End), yet there aren’t nearly enough to meet the growing demand for student housing,” says Halifax Investor Richard Killeen-Payne.
https://www.canadianrealestatemagazine.ca/strategy/halifax-studentrental-investment-hotspot-183392.aspx

Situated in prime locations throughout Halifax’s South End here is a list of where you should be investing today.

 

1131 Wellington Street, Halifax – $1,080,000 | Fourplex

Located within walking distance to everything – Saint Mary’s and Dalhousie Universities, hospitals, the Halifax Downtown Core, restaurants, coffee shops, Gorsebrooke Park, and the famous Point Plesant Park. This stunning, like-new, fourplex, built in 2008, has three three-bedroom units, and one two bedroom unit. Each unit is self-contained with a beautiful front deck, and each space has its own fridge, stove, washer and dryer. Tenants pay power and heating costs!

This property has little to no maintenance, with two parking spaces rented separately for an additional $75 per month. | https://bryantrealty.ca/listing/201812965/

5267 Tobin Street, Halifax $849,900 | Duplex

If you’re looking for a significant venture, this here is the golden goose. Ideally located in the heart of the South End on Tobin Street and within walking distance to almost everything downtown. These over & under two-level units are both very spacious with stylish updates, high ceilings, hardwood and ceramic flooring. These flats are exceptionally effortless to rent and easy to maintain, with all of the charm and character of a home blended with modern style and efficiency. Each unit has an updated kitchen appointed with stainless steel appliances and in-suite washer & dryer. | https://bryantrealty.ca/listing/201818198/

1455 Henry Street, Halifax $749,000 | Duplex

Home plus income on Henry Street – located in the heart of the South End, across the street from Dalhousie University. Main house features four bedrooms, an excellent character and charm throughout, hardwood floors, extended windows (new), stone fireplace in living room, high ceilings, large sun deck and backyard (renting for $2700). Legal three bedroom basement flat updated with a new kitchen and granite counter tops rents for $2000 a month. Updates include new windows (aluminum cladding), heat pumps, hot water tank, oil tank and more! The perfect location and property. | https://bryantrealty.ca/listing/201806895/

1590 Walnut Street, Halifax $799,000 | Family Home + 3 Bedroom Rental Flat.

This home plus income opportunity at 1590 Walnut Street is set in the heart of Halifax’s South End, close to Dalhousie University, The Halifax Grammer School, The Waegwoltic Club, local coffee shops, restaurants and across the street from the new Le Merchant Elementary school – making this home not only a perfect investment but also the ideal location too. The main level features a traditional foyer with a stunning stained glass window. There is a large living room off of the main entrance with a thoughtfully designed focal point wall with gas fireplace. The open concept living room extends to the dining room, updated kitchen and three piece bathroom. There are two great sized bedrooms upstairs on the second level including a den and a four piece bathroom. The third level is where you will find your luxurious master suite. The stairs leading up to the third floor has another beautiful stained glass window that lets in soft, colourful afternoon and evening light. The master suite also has it’s own large 12.9 X 8.7 (- jog) living room and ensuite bathroom. The lower level has been set up as a separate flat from the upstairs home where you will find an open concept kitchen and living room, three bedrooms, a three piece bathroom and laundry space with washer and dryer. The landscaped backyard is a great tranquil setting to relax in and enjoy the summer. There are mature trees surrounding the home and a large shed at the end of the two car driveway. | https://bryantrealty.ca/listing/201819659/

Interview with a Realtor | Cait Banks

Welcome to Bryant Realty’s Blog Interview Series, an inside look at the incredible community of Bryant Realty. Read on to learn about this week’s guest and Bryant Realty’s Agent, Cait Banks| Licensed Executive Assistant to Sandra Bryant + REALTOR®.

 

What advice would you give to first time home buyers?

To work with a realtor you trust because the steps are complicated – you have to be honest when it comes to looking at a potential home.

Just because the bank approves you for a certain borrowing amount does not mean it should be the max budget for your home. You don’t want to find yourself house poor – its about finding the right balance between affordability and standard of living”

What is your earliest HRM memory?

Going to Mic Mac Mall when I was little with my uncle, and I remember holding onto the back of his shift because I was so afraid of all the people, and it was during Christmas time too, so it was crazy! We were going to see Woody the Christmas Tree and remember it being such an enjoyable experience once I finally got to see him!

What are your hobbies?

Long drives, off-grid living on Pictou Island off the North Shore of Nova Scotia, lobster fishing, cooking, and enjoying everything Nova Scotia has to offer.

What do you consider your most significant achievement so far?

Completing my Masters in Social Anthropology within the fishing industry. It is a male-dominated environment so still gaining respect as a worker and as a professional in that industry was a great achievement for me.

Within a short time within the Real Estate Industry, having my skill set recognized by Sandra Bryant and having moved into the role as her Licensed Executive Assistant has been absolutely incredible!

What is your favourite property we currently have listed at Bryantrealty.ca

23 Bayview Cresent, Prospect Bay for sure!

What’s your greatest extravagance?

I like to keep things very simple but eating out would be it if I had to pick, some of my favourite restaurants in the city would be The Mic Mac Tavern, Chaba Thai, and Misu Sushi.