This 104-year old classic Andrew Cobb house, set into the hill on a 35,000 sq ft property overlooking Bedford Basin, has changed hands only twice in more than a century. The large treed lot features beautiful English gardens with a stone fountain. The house itself has all its original Craftsman features intact – built-in cabinets with leaded glass windows in the dining room, huge stone fireplace, built-in cabinets and beamed ceiling in the beautiful living room. Upstairs are three spacious bedrooms with the original multi-pane windows and some built in cabinetry, a full bathroom, as well as a smaller fourth room which has been used as a library/study. The main floor has a large kitchen, attached dining nook with built-in seating, and full bathroom. The spacious family room has a large stone fireplace, and bow window with built-in seating. The stunning Craftsman dining room and living room, with inter-connecting outdoor balcony, all overlook Bedford Basin, and are perfect for entertaining family and friends.The lower floor, set into the original stone foundations, features an architect-designed stone-walled and wood-panelled spacious den or home office. Two outbuildings – garage and gardening shed – harmonize with this superb Craftsman home. This home and its gardens have been lovingly maintained by the same owners for the past 40 years. It has been featured on a Canadian lifestyle TV show, on numerous Bedford Heritage walks, and adorns the poster and cover page on a booklet issued during the Andrew Cobb retrospective held by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.