Condos in Scotch Lake, Nova Scotia
Breakdown by postal code areas in Scotch Lake:
|B1Y|| 6,910|| 2,799|
Other cities in the area: Frenchvale, Upper North Sydney, Edwardsville, Point Edward, Balls Creek, North West Arm, Upper Leitches Creek, Macadams Lake
A condo in Scotch Lake is a multi-unit development similar to an apartment in which each unit is individually owned, while common areas, including hallways and pools, are jointly owned by all tenants in the building. Condos can be converted apartments, pre-built townhouses, or even single-family homes.
What designates a condo as such, is the joint ownership of public areas in the complex, as well as joint maintenance of public areas such as clubhouses and landscaping, and the association board that exists to enforce the CC&Rs. People living in Scotch Lake condos pay a monthly fee to keep up the publicly owned areas in addition to their mortgage payment, and this fee varies depending on the amenities provided.
Nova Scotia is an inviting province in which to live, and Scotch Lake is just as beautiful. The region offers residents and visitors its own sense of unique
hospitality. Nova Scotia is a wonderful province to settle and raise
a family or enjoy retirement, and you may be interested in looking closer at Scotch Lake for these reasons.
Scotch Lake also shares in Nova Scotia's natural attractions, awesome scenery and countless cultural and historical attractions, and welcomes many new residents and
visitors to the region every year.
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