Featured Communities we service in the beautiful annapolis valley

find out more about the many features of this world famous region

When considering a move to "The Valley", it is important to know the key features of the many communities that make up this area and discover those that may be right for you.  Are you looking to live rural surrounded by vineyards or orchards, or is in-town living with access to services more your speed?  Whatever your preferences are, we are confident that you will find the right spot for you...in The Valley.


A cultivated experience for the mind, body, and soil.

Nestled in Nova Scotia’s wine country in the world famous Annapolis Valley, Wolfville is a thriving community of caring neighbours, bustling businesses, and spectacular waterfront views.

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New Minas

A Good Place To Live - Shopping Centre of the Valley

Located between Wolfville and Kentville, New Minas sits next to where the Cornwallis River opens up into the Minas Basin and is bordered along the south side by Highway 101.  This strategic location has given rise to the moniker "Shopping Centre of the Valley".

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A Breath Of Fresh Air

As a strategic crossing point for the Cornwallis River, Kentville became home to shop- and innkeepers but really began to boom when the railway established its headquarters there in 1868. 

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By Industry and Ingenuity

Berwick's official slogan of Apple Capital of Nova Scotia honours its long history with the healthy foodstuff and can be found in many ways in and around the town including the Apple Capital Museum and a large apple sculpture.

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Port Williams

Biggest Little Port in the World

The residents of Port Williams enjoy life in a thriving and picturesque Village. An agricultural community with excellent schools, continuous residential growth, business opportunities, fine recreational facilities, easy access to all amenities, all surrounded by the beauty of Minas Basin tides and dyke lands.

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Always a Warm Welcome

The village of Canning is nestled between the base of the north mountain and the Habitant River; Canning's picturesque waterfront has a rich history.  Once the residence of choice for neighbouring Kingsport's shipping magnates, Canning now boasts a collection of those larger estate homes along its main street.

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