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Ref # NB-221 - 122+/ acres For Sale on Trans-Canada Trail

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Situated along the Trans Canada Trail, close to the seaside communities of Bayfield and Cape Tormentine and the Ocean, lies this large acreage offering plenty of privacy and recreation potential. The Trans Canada Trail is ideal for walking, wildlife observation, cycling, horseback riding and snowmobiling.  An ideal property for camp or retreat development.

Lot Size: 122+/- acres
Location: Malden, in the Province of New Brunswick, Canada.
Reference #: NS-221

  • Looking along the Trans-Canada Trail. The 122 acres is to the right with approximately 1551 feet of frontage.

  • Frontage along the Trans-Canada Trail. The acreage is on the south end of the roadway.

  • This picture was taken within the acreage along the woods road.

  • Overlooking the acreage.

    • Overlooking the acreage.

    • Along the woods road. The acreage is on the left.

    • Air photo outlining the acreage, looking in a southerly direction towards Cape Spear and Baie Verte (Northumberland Strait).

    • Air photo outlining the acreage, looking in a northerly direction towards Cape Tormentine and the Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island, and the Northumberland Strait.

    • Cross Country Skiing right by the acreage along the Trans Canada Trail. The trail links nearby communities here ... Cape Tormentine and Port Elgin.

    • Port Elgin is a small seaside community with basic sevices and amentities, roughtly 15 minutes drive from your land.

    • Snowmobiling the Trans Canada Trail in winter months.

    • Air photo outlining the location of this acreage. The land measures approximately 1476 feet wide by 3356 feet long.

    • Here is a topographic image outlining the location of the 73 acres.

    • Here is a map indicating the location of your land in Southeastern New Brunswick on the Cape Tormentine Peninsula. The town of Sackville around 30 minutes away. The city of Moncton roughly 45 minutes to an hour by car.

    • This map of the Province of New Brunswick shows the location of this 71 acre property. The parcel is in a great location, within easy reach of the city of Moncton and their airport as well as Sackville, Shediac and Amherst, Nova Scotia.


Land situated at Malden, in the Parish of Botsford, County of Westmorland and Province of New Brunswick, CANADA.

SIZE: 49.6 hectares (122+/- acres)

-    Your property borders the Trans Canada Trail.
-    Conveniently located between the Village of Port Elgin and the Hamlets of Bayfield and Cape Tormentine.
-    Excellent hunting for Moose, White Tail Deer, Black Bear and small game.
-    Close to the Ocean and beaches.
-    No electricity or phone service to the property.
-    Access is via a non-designated road, Lanes Quarry Road via Immigrant Road and via Trans Canada Trail.
-    About 1 hour from the City of Moncton and their international airport.

A great sized woodland acreage featuring approximately 1551 feet (473 meters) frontage on the southerly side of the Trans Canada Trail. The trail’s smooth gravel surface is ideal for walking, cycling, nature observation, horseback riding and snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Follow the trail 20 kilometers west, to the Village of Port Elgin or 5 kilometers east to Cape Tormentine, Bayfield and the Ocean. Easterly, southerly and westerly property boundaries measure approximately 3,356 feet (1,023 meters), 1476 feet (450 meters), respectfully.

Access to your land is via the Trans-Canada Highway, Highway 16, linking the Province of New Brunswick and the Province of Prince Edward Island via the Confederation Bridge (the world’s longest bridge over ice covered waters). Exit Highway 16 onto Immigrant Road and then Lanes Quarry Road to your land on the Trans-Canada Trail.

There is a woods road that runs along the westerly boundary of the adjoining parcel and provides great access within your land, almost to the most southerly end of your land, approximately 3,500 feet back from the Trans-Canada Trail (see images in photo gallery).

Much of the property was harvested for lumber in 2010/2011. A few small stands of mixed wood remain. The natural regeneration on the land is very good and in 3 to 5 years time the parcel should qualify for pre-commercial thinning program to promote the regrowth further. A parcel of this size is well suited for entry in a woodland management program to promote a healthy and valuable stand of trees for the future. In addition to use as a recreational parcel, long term investment potential is very good as a parcel of this size will hold excellent timber value in the future with little to no maintenance required. Property taxes are very low at under $100 per year.

A short drive or walk east from your property takes you to wide sandy beaches at Cape Tormentine a great place to relax, sunbathe and enjoy magnificent views of the Ocean and Confederation Bridge linking New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. Clam digging and splashing around in the warm waters along the shores of Baie Verte are a favourite pastime among children.

Location is very good. You are one hour from the City of Moncton, the Province of New Brunswick’s second largest city and heart of the fastest growing urban area in the province; the lovely Town of Sackville is 35 minutes distant and has restaurants, cafes, a hospital, University, and schools; the charming Village of Port Elgin is 20 minutes west along highway # 16.

An ideal acreage for recreation and investment!

PRICE: Term Sale: $39,800.00, payable $3,080.00 cash with order and seventy-two (72) monthly payments of $510.00 each, and interest.
Additional 10% discount if paid in full within 30 days: $35,820.00, if paid $3,000.00 cash with order and the balance of $32,820.00 within thirty days thereafter.
(Price does not include HST)
 


  • Looking along the Trans-Canada Trail. The 122 acres is to the right with approximately 1551 feet of frontage.

  • Frontage along the Trans-Canada Trail. The acreage is on the south end of the roadway.

  • This picture was taken within the acreage along the woods road.

  • Overlooking the acreage.

    • Overlooking the acreage.

    • Along the woods road. The acreage is on the left.

    • Air photo outlining the acreage, looking in a southerly direction towards Cape Spear and Baie Verte (Northumberland Strait).

    • Air photo outlining the acreage, looking in a northerly direction towards Cape Tormentine and the Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island, and the Northumberland Strait.

    • Cross Country Skiing right by the acreage along the Trans Canada Trail. The trail links nearby communities here ... Cape Tormentine and Port Elgin.

    • Port Elgin is a small seaside community with basic sevices and amentities, roughtly 15 minutes drive from your land.

    • Snowmobiling the Trans Canada Trail in winter months.

    • Air photo outlining the location of this acreage. The land measures approximately 1476 feet wide by 3356 feet long.

    • Here is a topographic image outlining the location of the 73 acres.

    • Here is a map indicating the location of your land in Southeastern New Brunswick on the Cape Tormentine Peninsula. The town of Sackville around 30 minutes away. The city of Moncton roughly 45 minutes to an hour by car.

    • This map of the Province of New Brunswick shows the location of this 71 acre property. The parcel is in a great location, within easy reach of the city of Moncton and their airport as well as Sackville, Shediac and Amherst, Nova Scotia.

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