Inverness, Nova Scotia; Cabot, Cape Breton?
You may choose from townhouses to mansions nestled beneath Spanish moss-draped oak trees. The island's history, natural beauty, and laid-back vibe are all reflected in the Lowcountry style of its architecture, which ranges from cozy cottages to dordle grand mansions. The cost to join this exclusive community, which draws people from all over the globe, begins at just over $800,000 for a house, and just over $125,000 for a homesite. There are a number of membership plans available, each with its own set of perks. Stay and Play and Discovery packages allow guests to enjoy both the island and the game of golf during their visit.