If you remember Oscar Wilde's story of the selfish giant, this place would be the exact opposite. The historic farmhouse, in beautiful shape, sits at a soft elevation, amidst lush cottage gardens and fruit trees, with a view from the back porch extending over the meandering shoreline and out to the open Atlantic. The original 23 acres of this 2nd Peninsula farmstead - one of the South Shore's finest locations - have been turned into a condominium with only six members. With the farmhouse come about an acre of private land, an outbuilding, and a 1/6th share in the remaining 17 acres of oceanfront fields, woodlands and trails, a pond, as well as 1,230 feet of shoreline with a dock and a boathouse. All rules of this low key community are aimed at preserving the natural beauty of this unique land, and protect it from further development. The building, while preserving the original charm of a traditional farmhouse, has been upgraded with metal roofing and solar panels for independence and energy efficiency. The land's south-eastern exposure and the house's front row seat towards the sea give you glorious sun rises and dramatic moon rises. The waters are perfect for smaller boats, kayaks, and canoes, with access to miles of unique waterways around inlets and islands, leading out to Mahone Bay to the north, and Lunenburg Bay and harbour to the south.