Kilmarnock Head

Kilmarnock Head

Kilmarnock Head is home over 38 waterfront properties, ranging in size from one to four acres. Many of our properties have access to the waterfront and beautiful views of the coastline from almost every direction. Nestled between Chamcook Harbour and McCann Cove, Kilmarnock Head is the perfect place to call home for anyone looking to get away. Kilmarnock Head is comprised of several properties that stretch out to the ocean front and offer some of the most beautiful vantage points of the sunsets over the Atlantic Ocean, from your own backyard.

This is a very rare opportunity to own a waterfront property so close to one of the most historical towns Atlantic Canada – St. Andrews, New Brunswick. These waterfront properties have the East Coast feel of being at a cottage, with the luxury of being your permanent residence.

Kilmarnock Head has partnered with a select number of local builders to offer you the very best of home design and construction of your new waterfront property in St. Andrew’s, New Brunswick. Each of our preferred builders has been carefully chosen for their extensive experience and local knowledge, and their reputation for delivering high quality building services. We are happy to provide you with a list and make introductions or manage the process for you to make building your home hassle free from near or far.

It doesn’t matter whether you are on a lot facing the ocean or have a view of the park, you can always smell the fresh ocean air. Kilmarnock properties have been developed for each piece of land to hug the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. In the very centre of the oceanfront community, there is a park with a freshwater pond to sit and read a book or enjoy time with loved ones. The Mountain Trail that surrounds the park offers an excellent walking path for people of all ages to enjoy. There really is no better place than Atlantic Canada to call home.

Lot Number Lot Area (Acres) View Price (CAD)
28 1.8 Park View $40,000

Architecture Inspired by dramatic ocean vistas