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58 ACRES in Port Elgin, New Brunswick

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A 58 acre property for sale in beautiful southeastern New Brunswick, Canada. This acreage is situated in the seaside community of Port Elgin just a minute from the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 16) and within easy reach of the water, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, as well as numerous beaches, university towns and the city of Moncton and international airport. This is a wonderful location for your investment in Canadian land and a perfect plot of land for future home and recreation and hobby plot.

Lot Size: 58+/- acres
Location: Moore Road, Port Elgin, New Brunswick
Reference #: NB-591

  • Here is the land from Murray Road with 360 feet frontage. Electricity and phone service is available.

  • Looking into the property from roadside.

  • Picture taken on the land.

  • Picture taken on the land near roadside on the area that is nicely treed.

    • Picture taken on the land.

    • Overlooking the property. It was harvested for trees in 2015 / 2016. Much of the land is cleared and regeneration is very strong.

    • Overlooking the land.

    • Drone photo looking in a southerly direction across your property.

    • Drone photo looking in a northerly direction across your property and towards Port Elgin and Baie Verte.

    • Moore Road from the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 16). Your land is about 750 feet along Moore Road from the highway.

    • Overlooking the seaside community of Port Elgin.

    • Port Elgin waterfront and looking towards their harbour.

    • Topographic image highlighting the location of the property.

    • Map of the area showing the location of your property in Port Elgin, New Brunswick. It's about 1 hour to the City of Moncton and about 30 minutes to the city of Amherst, Nova Scotia.

    • Map of the Province of New Brunswick indicating the location of your land in the southeasterly region.

Land located at Port Elgin along Moore Road, in the Parish of Westmorland, County of Westmorland, and Province of New Brunswick. PID 00823591.

Size: 58+/- acres (23.5+/- hectares)

    - Nicely treed by road side.
    - Borders Moore Road - a quiet stretch of country road surrounded by well-kept homes, farms, woodland and hobby farms.
    - electricity and phone available.
    - maintained and accessible year round.
    - friendly neighbours and just minutes from town, shops and schools
    - Acreage can be used for woodland silviculture, agriculture, hobby farm, horses.
    - Close to the water, coastine, beaches and parks – great for boating, fishing, swimming.
    - Excellent access from the Trans-Canada Highway.
    - Excellent hunting, fishing, outdoor activities on the land and area.
    - Minutes to town Port Elgin and Baie Verte.
    - 15 minutes to Murray Corner & Murray Beach – one of our favourite coastal spots in the area.
    - 20 minutes to Cap Pele along the Northumberland Strait where you can enjoy the beautiful sandy shores and fresh locally caught and prepared seafood.
    - 20 minutes to the University Town of Sackville.
    - 40 minutes to the Oceanside town of Shediac - known as the Lobster Capital of the World, and home of one of the nicest sand beaches in New Brunswick.
    - 40 minutes to the City of Moncton and Greater Moncton International Airport.

Here is a large acreage ideally situated in the seaside village of Port Elgin, in southeastern New Brunswick. This property features 360+/- feet of road front along the southerly side of Moore Road – a gravel, lightly traveled, maintained and snow plowed road (winter months) - providing excellent access to your land in all seasons. This is a fantastic acreage for residential use, recreational use, and investment, within walking distance to town, shops and schools. 

This region offers activities for the entire family to enjoy and is popular for those who enjoy the outdoors, fresh clean air and quiet enjoyment of their own acreage - an acreage where you may keep horses and chickens, grow wild blueberries and crops and enjoy rural living. Here, you are also very close to the warm water and beaches along Baie Verte and the Northumberland Strait – great for boating, fishing, swimming and cooling off on hot summer days.  

There are only a handful of homes on this stretch of road so the land offers plenty of privacy. You’ll find country residences, a small local mechanic shop, and Otter Creek Nursery at the end of the road. 

The land measures approximately 1,250 feet wide and 2,450 feet long. Topography of the land is more or less level, being roughly 30 feet above sea level. Electrical and phone service is available at roadside and can be extended into the property to service any future construction.

Large trees remain by roadside providing a nice buffer to the interior of the acreage where much of the trees were harvested in 2015/2016. Since then, we’ve already seen the native tree species establish and grow in quickly. The acreage will be listed for a pre-commercial thinning treatment in approximately 10 years time to ensure the future health of the forests and marketable timber down the road.

The nearby villages of Port Elgin and Baie Verte offer friendly hospitality and general supplies, restaurants and cafés, accomodations, schools, banking and post office. 

A little farther up the Northumberland Coastline are the seaside communities of Cape Tormentine, Murray Corner, Petit Cap, Cap Pele, Pointe-du-Chene and Shediac. These are popular local summer destinations for beach goers - with easy access to many wide sandy beaches and warm ocean water perfect for swimming, boating and watersports. For those who enjoy fresh locally caught seafood and lobster, you can purchase fresh from the wharf.

About 20 minutes away, is the town of Amherst Nova Scotia (population ~9,700) where you’ll find larger shopping and grocery stores, health care, schools, building supplies – all your needs. And about 40 minutes away is the city of Moncton and airport. Greater Moncton, (population ~140,000) is highlighted by great schools, University, International Airport and many employment opportunities that have helped to create a thriving city that has seen a net in-migration and a dramatic increase in the housing and construction market over the past several years.

PRICE: Term Sale: $35,000.00, payable $2,960.00 down payment to secure the land and seventy-two (72) monthly payments of $445.00 each, and interest. Additional 10% discount if paid in full within 30 days: $31,500.00, if paid $3,000.00 cash with order and the balance of $28,500.00 within thirty days thereafter.


  • Here is the land from Murray Road with 360 feet frontage. Electricity and phone service is available.

  • Looking into the property from roadside.

  • Picture taken on the land.

  • Picture taken on the land near roadside on the area that is nicely treed.

    • Picture taken on the land.

    • Overlooking the property. It was harvested for trees in 2015 / 2016. Much of the land is cleared and regeneration is very strong.

    • Overlooking the land.

    • Drone photo looking in a southerly direction across your property.

    • Drone photo looking in a northerly direction across your property and towards Port Elgin and Baie Verte.

    • Moore Road from the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 16). Your land is about 750 feet along Moore Road from the highway.

    • Overlooking the seaside community of Port Elgin.

    • Port Elgin waterfront and looking towards their harbour.

    • Topographic image highlighting the location of the property.

    • Map of the area showing the location of your property in Port Elgin, New Brunswick. It's about 1 hour to the City of Moncton and about 30 minutes to the city of Amherst, Nova Scotia.

    • Map of the Province of New Brunswick indicating the location of your land in the southeasterly region.

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