The stunning home also comes with purpose-built staff and nanny quarters so the lucky occupant can employ gardeners, chefs and a butler. Kaulbach Island - in the heart of Mahone Bay - is only a six-minute journey from the mainland and comes with a wharf and space to land a helicopter

Kaulbach Island is close to Chester, Nova Scotia's famous seaside town, and is perfectly positioned in the heart of Mahone Bay, protected from the elements by an array of tiny islands and surrounded by crystal clear water. Pictured: The home's beautiful library 

If the upkeep of the property and vast grounds sound like a lot of work, there are purpose-built staff and nanny quarters, so the lucky owner can house employees to take care of every need, whether it be catering staff to work in the luxurious chef's kitchen (pictured) and spacious butler's pantry or grounds staff to tend to Kaulbach's vast greenery

Nova Scotia's Kaulbach Island (pictured), which comes with an 11,000 square foot manor called Osprey Nest, offers beautiful ocean views and blissful privacy. Osprey Nest - which was built in 2002 - has eleven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a sun room and its own rich oak library. Its sumptuous interior features pine finishes and locally sourced fittings throughout

The stunning 57-acre island is home to an enormous mansion, beach house, wharf and cottages. It has gone on sale in Canada for $7million 

If you were to get bored of the meadows, ponds and two sandy beaches on the island then there is a sailing club and golf range close by to keep you entertained. Pictured: The island's beach house 

If transport is a concern, Kaulbach has its very own wharf to allow the owner and guests to come and go. The trip to the mainland takes just six minutes. Pictured: The butler's pantry 

One of the farm houses that comes with the property can be seen on a beautifully clear day on the island of Kaulbach in Nova Scotia, Canada

The enormous mansion is thoughtfully decorated throughout, with the foyer (pictured above) leading to a carpeted staircase 

The beach house provides stunning views of the crystal-clear waters surrounding the island. Fewer than a million people live in Nova Scotia, meaning there is plenty of space to find peace 

A view from the sun room, which comes with chairs, a fireplace and sublime vistas across Mahone Bay. It also comes with a fan for hot days 

If you prefer a slightly more stylish method of transport then the lawn at the rear of the property is more than spacious enough to land a helicopter. Halifax International Airport is just 90 minutes away, allowing for easy access to the world

Pictured: The staff quarters at the home in Nova Scotia. A chef, gardener and butler could be accommodated at Osprey Nest