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NB-201 - 9.95 Acres Oulton Road, Malden, New Brunswick

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A large 9.95 acre parcel of land located on the Tormentine Peninsula on Oulton Road, Westmorland County, Southeast New Brunswick.  Good access, 501 feet road front, convenient location.

Lot Size: 10 acres
Location: Oulton Road, in the Province of New Brunswick, CANADA.
Reference #: NB-201

  • looking into the property from Rail-to-Trail

  • looking into the property from Rail-to-Trail

  • looking into the property from Rail-to-Trail

  • neighboring land to the north

    • roadfront on Oulton Road

    • road sign along Highway # 16

    • Oulton Road to your land. Picture from Highway # 16

    • This is the Rail-to-Trail (Trans Canada Trail) that borders your land. This is a multi-use recreation trail that can be enjoyed in all seasons.

    • Air photo showing the 10 acres along Oulton Road and the Rail-to-Trail. In this picture you are looking South along Oulton Road towards Baie Verte

    • Air photo showing the 10 acres along Oulton Road and the Rail-to-Trail. In this picture you are looking North towards the main highway (Highway 16).

    • lot plan - click to enlarge. (measurements shown in meters)

    • aerial photo - click to enlarge

    • topographic map - click to enlarge

    • location map of your land in Southeastern New Brunswick. About one hour from the city of Moncton. About 40 minutes from the town of Amherst.

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All that certain piece or parcel of land situated in Malden, Parish of Botsford, in the County of Westmorland and Province of New Brunswick. PID 70467006.

•    9.95 acres / 4.03 hectares / 40,301 m2 in size
•    501 feet frontage on Oulton Road
•    Electricity and telephone nearby
•    Good access from highway #16
•    Property borders the Rail-to-Trail hiking and bicycle trail
•    Quiet setting
•    Open lands
•    A nice land investment

9.95 acre parcel located on the Tormentine Peninsula in Malden, in the Parish of Botsford, County of Westmorland and Province of New Brunswick.  This surveyed property has just over 500 feet of road frontage on Oulton Road - a quiet gravel, non-designated road, which connects the Highway #16 with South Shore Road, route #960. Access is seasonal as Oulton road is currently not plowed for snow in winter months.

Topography of the land is more or less level, approximately 75feet above sea level.  A good portion of the land is open, with bushes and evergreen trees beginning to grow in. Years ago it was a portion of a large farm and maintained as meadowland. This property borders the Sentier New Brunswick Trail, which runs from Port Elgin right past this property into the picturesque settlement of Cape Tormentine.

The Tormentine Peninsula is an area rich with history. The area was thickly populated by 1862 and benefited from the lobster fishery in Baie Verte, the availability of fertile marshland and the opportunity for lumbering in the heavily forested interior of the peninsula.  The family names of some of these early settlers can still be found in the area as many of the roads, streams and place names have been named after these early settlers.

Along highway # 16 and nearby along Upper Cape Road and South Shore Road are nicely kept cottages, homes and farm sites. The friendly residents all speak English.

A short drive Northeast along highway #16 through the Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Area and you have arrived at the magnificent Confederation Bridge linking New Brunswick and Price Edward Island. An integral part of the Trans-Canada Highway, the 12.9 km (8 mile) bridge is the longest bridge over ice-covered waters in the world.

The land is within convenient driving distance to several renowned beaches and resorts along the Northumberland Strait (Gulf of St. Lawrence). Shediac’s Parlee Beach the town is reputed to be the lobster capital of the world. Cap Pele’s Aboiteau Beach with its boardwalks, oceanfront patio and quiet walking trails. Murray Beach and Provincial Park and a beautiful wide sandy beach at Cape Tormentine; these beaches offer miles of sandy shoreline and have become preferred family destinations.

Getting here is easy. From Moncton, the province’s second largest city and urban centre (population 120,000), take Trans-Canada-Highway #2 southeast past Sackville to highway #16.  Continue north on highway #16 past Port Elgin and towards the Confederation Bridge, linking New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island.  17km past Port Elgin you will reach Malden, turn right (south) here onto Oulton Road and drive 375meters (410 yards) to the Rails-to-Trails walkway and bike path.  Lot #1 borders the Rails-to-Trails walkway with roughly 500 feet of road frontage.

PRICE: Term Sale: $14,200.00, payable $1,300.00 cash with order and sixty (60) monthly payments of $215.00 each, and interest.
Additional 10% discount if paid in full within 30 days: $12,780.00, if paid $1,000.00 cash with order and the balance of $11,780.00 within thirty days thereafter.
 


  • looking into the property from Rail-to-Trail

  • looking into the property from Rail-to-Trail

  • looking into the property from Rail-to-Trail

  • neighboring land to the north

    • roadfront on Oulton Road

    • road sign along Highway # 16

    • Oulton Road to your land. Picture from Highway # 16

    • This is the Rail-to-Trail (Trans Canada Trail) that borders your land. This is a multi-use recreation trail that can be enjoyed in all seasons.

    • Air photo showing the 10 acres along Oulton Road and the Rail-to-Trail. In this picture you are looking South along Oulton Road towards Baie Verte

    • Air photo showing the 10 acres along Oulton Road and the Rail-to-Trail. In this picture you are looking North towards the main highway (Highway 16).

    • lot plan - click to enlarge. (measurements shown in meters)

    • aerial photo - click to enlarge

    • topographic map - click to enlarge

    • location map of your land in Southeastern New Brunswick. About one hour from the city of Moncton. About 40 minutes from the town of Amherst.

    • green dot indicates land location

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