Take a stroll down Nova Scotia’s first Provincially registered streetscape which includes five historic homes all affiliated with the town’s founders Locke family (for which Lockeport is named).
it includes five historic homes situated at the lower end of South St., overlooking Lockeport Harbour. Four of the five dwellings were built for the children of merchant Samuel Locke. As well, the well-preserved homes of the streetscape represent the three historic eras of Nova Scotia’s domestic architecture which includes Colonial, Georgian and Victorian. They were built in 1836,1841 x 2, 1846, and 1876.
Just prior to the houses you will see an equally beautiful monument to this truly unique piece of Nova Scotia.