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82 Acres on Mack Lake, Nova Scotia

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A large acreage situated on Mack Lake at East Dalhousie, Nova Scotia. This private woodland acreage touches Mack Lake - a popular yet quiet lake ideal for fishing, swimming, boating and kayaking. This is a suitable acreage for recreation and for your quite cabin and cottage retreat. --- Sorry this property is SOLD ---

Lot Size: 82 acres
Location: East Dalhousie, Mack Lake, Kings County, Nova Scotia, CANADA
Reference #: NS-395

  • Here is a picture at the Mack Lake shoreline of the acreage, looking east out to the Lake.

  • Looking into the cove and the acreage from the shoreline of the acreage.

  • In this air photo you can see the acreage and right-of-way leading to your land from the North.

  • Another overhead view of the acreage.

    • The small brook that flows through your acreage.

    • A small bridge built to cross the brook through your acreage along an old woods road / trail that runs north/south through your land and provides great access throughout the land.

    • There is a small beaver dam at the outflow of the lake. This picture was taken from the beaver dam looking out of the cove towards Mack Lake.

    • Picture taken on your acreage just north of the bridge crossing along the trail.

    • Picture taken on the acreage.

    • Picture taken on the acreage along the trail. It is a great site with an abundance of nature and privacy among the growing forest.

    • Picture taken on the acreage.

    • Picture taken on the acreage on the south end of Mack Lake.

    • Easy Street leading to the Easterly boundary of your line on the South side of Mack Lake. Power is available near the easterly boundary of the acreage.

    • Here is a map showing the location of the 82 acres in Southwestern Nova Scotia. Underlined are some of the notable communities, towns and cities in the area.

    • Map of Nova Scotia indicating the location of your land (green dot).

This is a perfect acreage for someone who enjoys the outdoors and nature! 82+/- acres located on Mack Lake in Southwestern Nova Scotia. A property of this size and location with no restrictive covenants offers so many ways for you to use and enjoy your land ownership - whether it is for residential use, seasonal use, camping or woodland management - the land can offer something for everyone and is certainly an exciting land holding in Eastern Canada.

This property enjoys hundreds of feet of shoreline on the west end of Mack Lake, as well as two brooks - one is the outflow of Mack Lake (running east to west), and the other is a small spring feeding into Mack Lake (running seasonally north to south). Your chances of landing fish in Mack Lake are very good. Other activities to enjoy include canoeing, kayaking, boating, swimming and enjoying the sights and sounds of nature both on the lake and in the forest.

The land is largely woodland in various stages of maturity, last harvested roughly 20 to 25 years ago - Fir, Spruce, Hemlock, some Pine, Maple and Birch are growing here. The acreage is accessed via East Dalhousie Road, and the private roads Stoddard Drive and Easy Street which leads around the south side of Mack Lake and provide access to numerous cottages and houses around the lake and lead you to the eastern boundary of your woodland. There is also registered access via a right of way over the northerly adjoining parcel.

There is a wonderful woods road trail that runs north / south through your land beginning at the easterly boundary of the acreage at Easy Street and running up through the acreage to the northeasterly corner before looping around to Mack Lake Road. The trail crosses over the brook at Mack Lake via a nice walking bridge which is pictured in the photo gallery.

With friendly residents living around the lake year round, snowplowing can be arranged right to the property line, making this an ideal site for woodland retreat in all seasons!

Video tour of the 82 acres Mack Lake:
Drone video 82 acres Mack Lake
Mack Lake Brook

In addition to Mack Lake at your doorstep there are several other lakes and streams close by (Spectacle Lake, Lake Torment, Lower Sixty Lake, Black Duck Lake, First Pond, Second Pond and Third Pond). These will provide you with great fishing and endless recreation opportunities.

The communities of New Germany and New Ross are both within easy reach of your land and offer amenities and services. A little farther away is the larger town of Bridgewater, located on the south shore of Nova Scotia. In Bridgewater you will find all amenities including restaurants, parks and museums, hospital facilities, library, banking, professional services and shopping mall.

Two other notable towns approximately one hour from your property are Mahone Bay and Lunenburg. Both are located on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. These charming and picturesque towns are packed with shops and restaurants, historic architecture, working waterfront, seafood and local specialties. Lunenburg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a winner of the Pretties Painted Places in Canada.

The City of Halifax (Capital City of Nova Scotia) and Halifax International Airport are also conveniently located from your property - 1 ½ hour and 1 ¾ hour drive respectively. Halifax Airport has international flights departing and arriving from across Canada, USA, London England, Frankfurt Germany, Glasgow Scotland.

Climate:
The property lies in a mid-temperate zone, with a climate closer to continental rather than maritime, with the cold winters and warm summers moderated by ocean influences.

Temperature:
Summer average = high 24.3C or 75.7F, low 13.0C or 55.4F
Winter average = high 1.5C or 34.7F, low -6.5C or 20.3F
Record high temperature was set Aug.10, 2001 = 36.4C or 97.5F
Record low temperature was set, Jan 14, 1999 = -21.9C or 71.4F

Rainfall:
Annual average precipitation = 1400-1500mm or 55.12in-59.06in.

Snowfall:
Annual average snowfall = 250-300cm or 98.43in-118.11in.

Sorry this acreage is sold. To view more or our properties and acreage in Nova Scotia, click HERE.
 


  • Here is a picture at the Mack Lake shoreline of the acreage, looking east out to the Lake.

  • Looking into the cove and the acreage from the shoreline of the acreage.

  • In this air photo you can see the acreage and right-of-way leading to your land from the North.

  • Another overhead view of the acreage.

    • The small brook that flows through your acreage.

    • A small bridge built to cross the brook through your acreage along an old woods road / trail that runs north/south through your land and provides great access throughout the land.

    • There is a small beaver dam at the outflow of the lake. This picture was taken from the beaver dam looking out of the cove towards Mack Lake.

    • Picture taken on your acreage just north of the bridge crossing along the trail.

    • Picture taken on the acreage.

    • Picture taken on the acreage along the trail. It is a great site with an abundance of nature and privacy among the growing forest.

    • Picture taken on the acreage.

    • Picture taken on the acreage on the south end of Mack Lake.

    • Easy Street leading to the Easterly boundary of your line on the South side of Mack Lake. Power is available near the easterly boundary of the acreage.

    • Here is a map showing the location of the 82 acres in Southwestern Nova Scotia. Underlined are some of the notable communities, towns and cities in the area.

    • Map of Nova Scotia indicating the location of your land (green dot).

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