St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, Canada
St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, New Brunswick Canada
This upscale and immaculate oceanfront home is in the Resort Town of St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, New Brunswick, Canada and offers an ocean landscape from every room.
This home is 6000 square feet with 3 bedrooms which includes one king size bed occupying the top floor of the home, one bedroom with two queen size beds on the lower floor and one small twin bedroom on the upper floor. All bedrooms include ensuite bathrooms.
You will enjoy the fully appointed Chef's kitchen with a Wolf Range and Grill and a Sub-Zero Fridge.
This home is on three levels with windows showcasing the ocean. The lower level features a comfortable, spacious bedroom room with two queen beds, sofa, TV and en suite bathroom.
The lounge has a pool table, writing area, card playing area, desk, two bathrooms, gym with weights & treadmill and an additional laundry room. The home has two laundry rooms.
The second floor features an office/den area with a wood burning fireplace, Two TV watching lounge areas, dining room with ocean view & see-through fireplace, kitchen with 2 decks and living room with a fireplace and large screen TV.
The Third Floor area has two bedrooms, one small bedroom featuring a single bed and a spacious bedroom with Fireplace overlooking the ocean and lounge area, two bathrooms with shower and tub area overlooking the ocean and a large walk in closet with laundry area. The views throughout this home are spectacular. This floor also features two decks. The home has New Hampshire wide plank pine flooring throughout.
PLEASE NOTE: GIVEN THE MULTI LEVELS AND OCEAN SHORE PROXIMITY OF THIS HOME IT IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN OR PETS.
This seaside home is in a lovely Maritime resort & vacation area of the Atlantic Provinces of Canada. Located within walking distance of the picturesque downtown core and situated in a holiday destination area featuring a Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel, The Algonquin Hotel & Resort with its Signature golf course & Spa, (See http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/ysjak-the-algonquin-resort-st-andrews-by-the-sea-autograph-collection/), and the vibrant historical narrative for the Algonquin Hotel at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Algonquin_Resort_St._Andrews_By-The-Sea and Kingsbrae Arms, a Relais & Chateaux Inn (See https://www.kingsbrae.com), the lovely
Kingsbrae Gardens (See http://www.kingsbraegarden.com). High end Cuisine is a specialty at the Rossmount Inn and the Town has a wide variety of excellent restaurants, (See http://rossmountinn.com and The Niger Reef Teahouse (See http://www.nigerreefteahouse.com). Distinct venues are the Huntsman Marine & Science Centre (see http://www.huntsmanmarine.ca), and The Wild Salmon Centre ((see http://wildsalmonnaturecentre.ca) as well as
Kayaking (see http://easternoutdoors.com),
Whale watching (see http://www.fundytiderunners.com), Fishing (see http://spearsfishingandcharter.com),
Biking (see http://offkilterbike.com),
Hiking (see http://www.canadatrails.ca/hiking/nb/standrews.html), and Shopping see http://www.townsearch.com/standrews/shopping.shtml):
all snuggly located in an artistic and scenic seaside resort community. (See http://standrewsbythesea.ca and http://www.canadianliving.com/life-and-relationships/travel/article/5-things-to-do-in-st-andrews-by-the-sea-new-brunswick).
To get a flavor for the historic Town of St. Andrews-by-the-Sea see: http://cottagelife.com/canadiana/the-best-small-towns-to-visit-for-a-day-trip and an article at http://www.explore-mag.com/Canadas_Best_Adventure_Towns_St_Andrews_New_Brunswick. Another excellent article worth reviewing can be found at http://sweettraveladventures.com/sightseeing-in-st-andrews-by-the-sea/ and http://greatplacesincanada.ca/gpic_places/historic-water-street/ gives you a glimpse of the heart of the Town.
For real maritime flavor, visit the scenic capital city of New Brunswick, Fredericton on the winding St. John River and a must is a visit to the New Brunswick Museum and the City Market in the Port City of Saint John (see https://medium.com/@hollymckay/the-friendliest-city-in-canada-181071a99bd9#.kndcoh9s0).. The excellent New York Times overview of Saint John is at http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/30/travel/st-john-new-brunswick-canada-legacy-of-british-loyalists.html?emc=edit_th_20161030&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=48337131
Also consider a day trip to the Fundy Trail Parkway and Hopewell Rocks,. A more rigorous day would be a trip, by ferry, to either the scenic fishing villages on Grand Manan Island or Campobello Island, summer home of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. And, at the beginning or end of your voyage, consider a jaunt to Prince Edward Island for a few days. You will be glad you did.
And to complete your travels in Atlantic Canada consider a 3 hour journey to our Nova Scotia home also listed on 3rd Home.
Single Family Home with 3 levels
3 bedrooms, 5 baths, 6000 square feet
King, 2x Queen, and Twin
6 guests maximum
Saint. John, Fredericton or Moncton, New Brunswick, or Bangor, Maine
1 hour by car from Saint John, NB
St. Andrew's Harbour, Navy Island and Bay of Fundy
Activities of Interest
- Whale Watching, Fishing
- Kayaking, Biking
- Kingsbrae Gardens
- Marriott Algonquin Spa and signature golf
- Atlantic Salmon Centre and the Huntsman Aquarium
Places of Interest
- Restaurant at The Rossmount Inn
- Marriott, Algonquin Hotel & Resort and Signature Golf Course
- Whale Watching & Kayaking,
- Resort Spa at The Marriott Algonquin Hotel
- Grand Manan Island Trip, and Fundy Park
- Relais et Chateau dining at The Kingsbrae Arms
- Kingsbrae Gardens and the Kingsbrae Gardens Reaturant, Savour
- The Atlantic Salmon Centre and the Huntsman Aquarium
Beautiful home on the Bay
This home is beautifully furnished, roomy and comfortable. Barbara, the owner, could not have been more accommodating, including making recommendations of places to vist, and restaurants. St Andrews is rather sleepy, yet a great home base from which to explore. We enjoyed watching the tides change by 25 feet. One more off our bucket list! ”
St Andrews by the Sea - Canada
The property listing was accurate. But the town, the atmosphere, the things to do are hard to capture by pictures or words. The changing conditions, due to the weather, the fog, the tides made it possible to have a different view at least 8 times a day if not more. We truly enjoyed ourselves everyday and were hoping our flight back home would be cancelled. ”
Modern and Delightful
We were there for one week and it was glorious. The house was immaculate and Barbara had outfitted beautifully. Everything we needed was available, even down to toiletries. Another couple was with us and we all were so pleased with the comfortable beds. The linens were exquisite. The decor was lovely and the layout of the house was so convenient for two couples. The wifi was appreciated greatly as well. We were so at peace when we were in the house and loved the decks overlooking the water. The landscaping was beautiful and we loved the way the front exterior of the house fit the neighborhood, but when you entered it was more modern and delightful. What we also loved was the town of St. Andrews by the Sea and its people. Everyone was so friendly and noticed our accents and wanted to know where we were from. We felt right at home. We ate out many meals and the food was very good. We all are still basking in the joy that we had in this house, in St. Andrews and in New Brunswick. Beautiful country. Sincerely, Margo Stites”
Luxury, nature, fresh fish, peaceful, fun
Everything about this home was high-end and luxurious. From the beautiful views, the chefs kitchen, the high-end hotel quality bedding, to the unbelievable bathrooms filled with lovely amenities, fresh plump towels and gorgeous views. We are members of the Ritz Carlton, and I have to say this home definitely met the standards we are accustom too. (Minus the servers who end every discussion with "my pleasure" ). The house is a very short walk from town (like five minutes) which runs along the water front. Every day we had Lobsters and some amazing fresh fish purchased in town. The town was charming and we walked there multiple times a day. However, we did spend most of our days sightseeing out of town. Recommended day trips: - Roosevelt Campabella International Island - Home of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. You take two ferry's, one is free. Deer Island ferry (free), then the ferry to Campabella. The ferry rides were a great way to get out on the water and experience the amazing tidal changes. - St. John's - The City Market, and the New Brunswick Museum were lovely. Also, if you're up for a challenge try Candlepin Bowling. Easy for everyone to play. It is like bowling but you use smaller balls and you throw it three times. - Fundy Trail Parkway - visit the parks amazing views and see over the top the tidal changes (about and hours drive from the house) - Wild Salmon Nature Center - Highly recommend you ask a Ranger for a quick guide. It is a small place, close by, but very educational and interesting. My family of five (3 teenage daughters and a husband), LOVED our stay in this home. The girls had the entire bottom floor to themselves, which included two double beds, a pull out sofa, 1.5 baths, the workout area, a pool table, their own laundry room, and many board games. We have the top floor all to ourselves, which included a large soaker tub, large shower, laundry room, two fireplaces, and a small room with a twin bed that was perfect for napping. In the evenings we played pool and many card and board games. It was an excellent place to relax, have fun, eat well, and enjoy endless amazing views. You definitely feel special when you stay here.”
Stunning Home By The Sea
My husband and I stayed at this stunning residence for almost two weeks in August. Every aspect of the home is perfect and reflects the exquisite taste of the owners. Barbara and Malcolm were wonderful hosts and left us many recommendations for restaurants and outings. We took their suggestions and were very pleased with the ones we tried. We especially loved Kingsbrae Gardens and spent quite a bit of time exploring this amazing English Garden and the restaurant that is within the garden. The lovely town of St. Andrews By The Sea is a jewel on the coast of New Brunswick, incredibly close to Maine. The Canadians are lovely and gracious. We really fell in love with this area and cannot wait to return. Thank you as well for the wonderful wine, Barbara.. Sitting on the deck or on the patio watching the sunset over the water and drinking a glass of wine is not to be missed. Cecilia Kempton and Don Anderson”
We stayed at St. Andrews-by-the-Sea during the week of July 25, 2015. Difficult to say whether the location and view were the top attributes, or the absolutely beautiful home was best. One of the most memorable places our fussy family has ever stayed. The area - the Bay of Fundy - is quite interesting and full of potential activities. Whale watching, kayaking, hiking, and even a bit of biking are all on offer. Excellent restaurants abound, especially if you're willing to do a bit of driving to find some of the best seafood in the world. Also, the house lends itself to quite time with multiple options to relax and enjoy the scenery from the back terraces. Our host - Barbara - was exceptionally helpful and communicative. With input from her and her local contacts, we felt like locals! This property is highly recommended.”
- 40"+ TV
- Air Conditioning
- Chef's Kitchen
- DVD Player
- Espresso Machine
- High Speed Internet
- Multiple TVs
- Outdoor Grill
- Satellite/Cable TV
- Washer & Dryer
- Wireless Internet
- Workout Facility
- iPod Dock Stereo