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This 1 acre lot near the historic and picturesque Village of Weymouth, Nova Scotia, is a great choice for someone looking to enjoy a quiet lifestyle. The land is nicely treed with paved year round road frontage and electricity and phone services. The land sits high and dry, presenting a wonderful view over Ameros Lake. --- RESERVED ---

Lot Size: 1 acres
Location: Danvers, Digby County, Nova Scotia
Reference #: NS-929

  • On Danvers Road looking into your land which begins on the far side of the driveway.

  • 209 feet of roadfront along Danvers Road.

  • Here is a view from the edge of your lot towards Ameros Lake and a neighboring home.

  • Here is a picture taken within the lot.

    • Another picture taken within the lot.

    • Picture taken within the lot. The ground is sloping slightly and dry throughout.

    • Neighboring home opposite the lot along Danvers Road.

    • Overhead view of the lot and area.

    • Above Ameros Lake looking towards the land.

    • Nearby Village of Weymouth (6 miles or 10 km) from the property.

    • Sissaboo River at Weymouth. The Sissaboo River has become one of the more popular recreational waterways in the county.

    • Weymouth main street.

    • Aerial photo showing the property's location in Danvers, Nova Scotia.

    • Topographic photo showing the property's location.

    • Here is map of Nova Scotia indicating the location of your land (green dot).


Land situate lying and being on Danvers Road, Danvers, in the County of Digby, and Province of Nova Scotia, CANADA.

   - 1 acres (4,058 square meters)
   - 209 feet (63.7 meters) of road frontage
   - 209 feet (63.7 meters) deep
   - A scenic view of Ameros Lake
   - Electricity and telephone at roadside
   - A great place for residence and vacation lot
   - A great neighborhood with friendly neighbors
   - Close to the picturesque Village of Weymouth
   - Just minutes from St. Mary’s Bay and the Bay of Fundy


With 209 feet (63.7 meters) of paved road frontage with year round access in a great community, this spacious 1 acre lot is slightly sloping, presenting a wonderful view of Ameros Lake. The property is wooded with large Pine, Spruce, Birch and Poplar trees. Many years ago this hillside was known locally as Blueberry Hill as it was a favorite place for picking fresh, wild blueberries.

In addition to Ameros Lake, there are many other nearby lakes including Robart Lake, Scotts Lake, Jeromes Lake, and Hourglass Lake. Here you can enjoy many activities on the water such as kayaking, canoeing, paddle boating, fishing, swimming and more.

Just 6 miles (10 kilometers) west of this area is the charming Village of Weymouth on the Sissaboo River. Weymouth is a picturesque village of rolling hills, restored homes and established family businesses built near the mouth of the Sissiboo River, where the river meets St. Mary’s Bay. Here you’ll find numerous amenities such as restaurants, post office, banking, building supplies, library, boat launch, parks, museums, recreational facilities and visitor information centre. Village of Weymouth - http://www.weymouthnovascotia.com/. The Sissiboo River that has played such an important role in the development of Weymouth, has become one of the more popular recreational waterways in the county.

The region is a land characterized by acres of pristine forests and miles of spectacular, rugged coastline, especially along St. Mary's Bay. The nearby Bay of Fundy is home to the highest tides in the world! Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy sea kayaking, hiking, birding, and whale watching.

Getting here is easy!
From the City of Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, where one will find both national and international connections by sea and air, follow Highway 101, the Evangeline Trail, through pastoral countryside and a patchwork quilt of fields, dykes, orchards and vineyards of the Annapolis Valley. Pass through Digby, home port to the world’s largest scallop fleet, and along the picturesque Acadian fishing villages that dot the coast of St. Mary’s Bay. Continue through Weymouth on Highway 340 to Langford Road, and on to Danvers Road. Your lot is ½ mile (800 meters) from the Langford Rd/Danvers Rd junction and opposite Ameros Lake.

Ferry service from Portland Maine USA to Yarmouth Nova Scotia Canada. From Yarmouth follow Highway 101, the Evangeline Trail, north to Weymouth and on to your land in Danvers.

(RESERVED) PRICE:
Term Sale: $9,200.00, payable $950.00 cash with order and fifty (50) monthly payments of $165.00 each, and interest.
Additional 10% discount if paid in full within 30 days: $8,280.00, if paid $950.00 cash with order and the balance of $7330.00 within thirty days thereafter.


  • On Danvers Road looking into your land which begins on the far side of the driveway.

  • 209 feet of roadfront along Danvers Road.

  • Here is a view from the edge of your lot towards Ameros Lake and a neighboring home.

  • Here is a picture taken within the lot.

    • Another picture taken within the lot.

    • Picture taken within the lot. The ground is sloping slightly and dry throughout.

    • Neighboring home opposite the lot along Danvers Road.

    • Overhead view of the lot and area.

    • Above Ameros Lake looking towards the land.

    • Nearby Village of Weymouth (6 miles or 10 km) from the property.

    • Sissaboo River at Weymouth. The Sissaboo River has become one of the more popular recreational waterways in the county.

    • Weymouth main street.

    • Aerial photo showing the property's location in Danvers, Nova Scotia.

    • Topographic photo showing the property's location.

    • Here is map of Nova Scotia indicating the location of your land (green dot).

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