CUSTOM HOMES. YOUR ADVENTURE. YOUR HARB’R.
Custom Homes at Fox Harb’r Resort. Lavishly built. Dramatic yet refined.
Nestled in the most desirable corners of Fox Harb’r, our custom homes boast unparalleled horizon views of Nova Scotia’s painted sea, sky, and land. Whether from our plans, or from yours, your home will feature the most luxurious features and finishes, setting the bar for unique style and elegance in living. Private and tranquil, yet within easy proximity to all that we have to offer, your home and your playground are all ensconced in the comfort of Fox Harb’r Resort.
AT LAST, YOUR PLACE TO CALL HOME
Built without compromise, Fox Harb’r Custom Homes come with breathtaking sea views and watercolour sunsets.
Experience the gracious welcome of classic New England-style architecture finished with top quality designer materials for traditional comfort and charm.
Fox Harb’r Custom Homes features the warmth of beautiful hardwood floors and floor to ceiling fireplaces, family gathering areas like gourmet kitchens and media rooms or practical 3-car garages and magnificent landscaping.
Whether taking in a round of golf or relaxing at home, Fox Harb’r is a place to make your mark.
THE FINEST FEATURES AND FINISHES
Custom Homes at Fox Harb’r Resort combines luxury vacation home ownership with carefree resort living. Our Custom Homes are designed with classic New England-style architecture and old world craftsmanship, and are situated toward the most breathtaking ocean and golf views. Attractive and functional designs are finished with top quality designer materials for traditional comfort.
- Beautiful hardwood floors
- Cozy, floor to ceiling, double-sided fireplaces
- Gourmet kitchens with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry
- Exquisite master retreats with walk-in closets and luxurious, spa-like ensuites
- Expansive windows and vaulted ceilings
- Second-floor private terraces with ocean, golf course, and forest views
- Main floor washrooms
- Second-floor laundry
- Large ready-to-finish substructure