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33 Acres Land for Sale in Cape Breton - NS-354

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Here is an excellent hunting and recreation acreage for sale in the heart of Cape Breton Island, in the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada. Not far from communities, Lake Ainslie and Bras d'Or Lake. This is a great spot for a secluded all-season camp, and woodland.

Lot Size: 33 acres
Location: Campbells Mountain, Inverness County, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Reference #: NS-354

  • Air photo showing the approximately boundary lines of the 33 acres outlined. Measurements are shown in feet.

  • Campbells Mountain Road and your 33 acres on the left. This acreage has 251.83 feet (76.8 meters) road frontage.

  • Another picture of your land (on left) and Campbells Mountain Road.

  • This picture was taken within the 33 acres. The land is forested throughout in evergreen and deciduous trees.

    • This picture was taken within the 33 acres.

    • A blueberry field just a few hundred feet west of your land.

    • Northerly view across the neighboring blueberrry field towards Skye Glen.

    • View from Campbells Mountain Road as you are driving from your land back to the community of Whycocomagh.

    • Campbells Mountain Road makes up a section of the winter snowmobile Trail 104. From your doorstep you can access Cape Bretons best snowmobiling up in the Highlands.

    • Fishing in the Cape Breton Highlands.

    • View overlooking nearby Whycocomagh.

    • Air photo showing the location and property boundaries at Campbells Mountain.

    • Topographic map outlining the location of your acreage in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Elevation is approximately 900 feet (280 meters) above sea level. As you can imagine there is lots of snow here in winter. The land is well drained and gently sloping.

    • A map showing the location of your land. Access to your land from Whycocomagh off Highway 105 (Trans-Canada Highway).

    • Map of Nova Scotia indicating the location of your land (green dot) on Cape Breton Island.


Land situate, lying and being in Campbell's Mountain (Skye Glen) in the County of Inverness, in the Province of Nova Scotia.

 SIZE: 33 acres more or less (13.4 hectares)

-    251.83 feet (76.76 meters) of road frontage along Campbell’s Mountain Road (also Trail 104).
-    Beautifully forested throughout in deciduous and coniferous tree varieties.
-    MacDonald’s Brook and ravine runs through the Northern corner of the parcel.
-    Spectacular near mountaintop location.
-    An excellent parcel for the outdoor enthusiast great hunting and outdoor adventure.
-    Winter trail access into the Cape Breton Highlands!
-    There or no restrictive covenants and no time frame to build.
-    About 15 minutes to the small community of Whycocomagh with gas, groceries, bank, post office, hardware store, restaurants and Provincial Park and camping grounds.
-    About 45 minutes to the towns of Port Hastings and Port Hawkesbury and the Canso Causeway linking Cape Breton to mainland Nova Scotia, to the South.
-    About 40 minutes to the popular tourist village of Baddeck Summer home of Alexander Graham Bell and the start / finish point of the World Famous Cabot Trail.
-    Just over an hour to the bustling University Town of Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

This 33+/- acre forested acreage near the top of Campbell’s Mountain along Campbell’s Mountain Road is a spectacular recreation acreage and investment in East Coast Land. Forested throughout in evergreen and deciduous trees Spruce, Fir, Maple and Birch trees.

Topographic maps show a gradual sloping terrain near the roadside and steeper terrain at the far end of the parcel where MacDonald Brook crosses through the acreage. The elevation ranges from approximately 920 feet (or 280 meters) above sea level by roadside to 590 feet (180 meters) above sea level at MacDonald Brook. The ground is well draining, and building a driveway into the land and/or walking and recreation trails through your land is possible.

The parcel has 251.83 feet (76.76 meters) of road frontage along Campbells Mountain Road and land survey pins have been placed at roadside corners. Access to your land via the small community of Whycocomagh (on the shores of Whycocomagh Bay (Bras d’Or Lakes) is quite easy. Turning left off Highway 105 (Trans-Canada Highway) at Whycocomagh on Highway 252 (towards Lake Ainslie), follow this just a few kilometers to the Whycocomagh Port Hood Road on your left. Keep right at the fork in the road by the cemetery and Chuggin Road turns into Campbells Mountain Road. Follow for a few kilometers, past the Campbell’s Mountain Look-off, to your land.

There is no electricity at the site so generator, solar and small wind turbine are options for power.

Just prior to reaching your land you will see the Campbell’s Mountain Look-off spot, located at the top of Campbell’s Mountain at 1050 feet (320 meters) above sea level, which overlooks the countryside towards Whycocomagh and Bras d’Or Lake to the South. And a few hundred feet past your land and you’ll come across 20 to 30 acres of cultivated wild blueberry land and wonderful views towards Skye Glen to the North.

Campbells Mountain Road is not plowed for snow in winter months and the road becomes a snowmobile trail (Trail 104) that is connected to miles and miles of trails from one end of Cape Breton to the other. From your land you can access Hunters Mountain and the Cape Breton Highlands and incredible powder snow and snowmobile terrain.

There are many possibilities to clear an area on your land and enjoy it for camping and outdoor recreation. Here you may build a remote wilderness cabin tucked away among the trees and nature. This is a fantastic region for hunting small and big game, and for outdoor activities like four-wheeling, off-roading, dirt biking, hiking. In winter months the snowmobiling here is excellent along with snowshoeing, and cross country skiing.

The backroads road network towards the communities of Mabou, Judique, Whycocomagh and even up to Hunters Mountain and the Cape Breton Highlands is vast and allows incredible outdoor adventure for you and your family.

Good fishing is nearby at Lake Ainslie, the Margaree River and Bras d’Or Lakes. Or even venture out into ocean waters, the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Canso Strait and Chedabucto Bay.

The community of Whycocomagh is 15 minutes away and has a great country market. Here you’ll also find other restaurants serving up fresh caught seafood, lakeside accommodations, a Provincial Park and camping areas, gas, groceries and hardware store. Continue north from Whycocomagh on Highway 105 to the Village of Baddeck and into the Cape Breton Highlands via the World Famous Cabot Trail that follows the Cape Breton Island coastline with stunning ocean vistas, old-growth forests, seaside fishing villages and ocean beaches. The Cape Breton Highlands is a well-known North American destination for hiking, whale watching, sightseeing, festivals and musical events, and wildlife observation like spotting a large bull moose these are everyday experiences up in the highlands.

If you have any questions about this acreage please contact us.

PRICE: Term Sale: $22,400.00, payable $2,240.00 down payment and seventy-two (72) monthly payments of $280.00 each, and interest. Additional 10% discount if paid in full within 30 days: $20,160.00 if paid $2,160.00 down payment and the balance of $18,000.00 within thirty days thereafter. 
(price does not include HST)


  • Air photo showing the approximately boundary lines of the 33 acres outlined. Measurements are shown in feet.

  • Campbells Mountain Road and your 33 acres on the left. This acreage has 251.83 feet (76.8 meters) road frontage.

  • Another picture of your land (on left) and Campbells Mountain Road.

  • This picture was taken within the 33 acres. The land is forested throughout in evergreen and deciduous trees.

    • This picture was taken within the 33 acres.

    • A blueberry field just a few hundred feet west of your land.

    • Northerly view across the neighboring blueberrry field towards Skye Glen.

    • View from Campbells Mountain Road as you are driving from your land back to the community of Whycocomagh.

    • Campbells Mountain Road makes up a section of the winter snowmobile Trail 104. From your doorstep you can access Cape Bretons best snowmobiling up in the Highlands.

    • Fishing in the Cape Breton Highlands.

    • View overlooking nearby Whycocomagh.

    • Air photo showing the location and property boundaries at Campbells Mountain.

    • Topographic map outlining the location of your acreage in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Elevation is approximately 900 feet (280 meters) above sea level. As you can imagine there is lots of snow here in winter. The land is well drained and gently sloping.

    • A map showing the location of your land. Access to your land from Whycocomagh off Highway 105 (Trans-Canada Highway).

    • Map of Nova Scotia indicating the location of your land (green dot) on Cape Breton Island.

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