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10 Acres for Sale New Brunswick, Canada. NB-185

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Located near the community of Bass River is this fully treed and surveyed 9.93 acre treed parcel. Within easy reach of several rural communities, near the Molus River and Richibucto River and adjoining hundreds of acres of crown lands. Off-grid location. Ideal for all outdoor recreational activities and easily accessible year-round.

Lot Size: 9.93 acres
Location: Lot 17-5 Crossmans Corner (Bass River), New Brunswick
Reference #: NB-185

  • Looking towards your land at the corner of Aldouane Cross Road (to right) and Route 116 (straight ahead).

  • The entrance into the property from Aldouane Cross Road.

  • 439.5 feet of road front along Aldouane Cross Road.

  • Looking back towards Route 116 from the Lot 5 / Lot 4 property line along Aldouane Cross Road. The property is on the right.

    • Looking into the property along the Lot 5 / Lot 4 property line. The land is surveyed and well marked.

    • Looking along the existing driveway through the property.

    • Another picture along the driveway.

    • Picture taken on your land.

    • Picture taken on your land.

    • Drone image (looking in a northerly direction towards St. Charles) outlining Lot 17-5 (9.93 acres).

    • Drone image (looking in a westerly direction towards Bass River) outlining Lot 17-5 (9.93 acres).

    • Kayaking on Molus River just a few minutes up the road.

    • Here is an air photo indicating the location of this acreage at Molus River (Crossmans Corner).

    • A map showing the location of your land north of Moncton. Ideally located in rural New Brunswick yet still an easy drive to the city and coast.

Land for sale situated along Aldouane Station Cross Road at Crossmans Corner (Bass River), in the Parish of Weldford, in the County of Kent, and Province of New Brunswick, CANADA. Being Lot 17-5 on a registered plan of subdivision. 

AREA: 9.93 acres (4.02 hectares)

- 439.5 feet (133.9 meters) road front along Aldouane Cross Road.
- 994.4 feet (303.1 meters) road front along Highway 116 (Route 116).
- An average depth of 994.4 feet (303.1 meters).
- An old driveway / woods road runs through the land from Aldouane Cross Road.
- Located at Molus River (Crossmans Corner) - a few miles east of the community of Bass River
- Close to Molus River and Richibucto River and Bass River - great fishing and boating!
- No power and telephone.
- Beautifully treed with poplar, maples and fir, pine, hemlock and spruce evergreen trees.
- About a one hour drive to the city of Moncton and International Airport.
- Less than 20 minutes to the towns of Rexton and Richibucto along the Richibucto River and Northumberland Strait (Gulf of St. Lawrence).
- Less than 30 minutes drive to the Kouchibouguac National Park.
- Under an hour from the city of Moncton - the Province of New Brunswick's most populated cities.
- 1 hour drive to the city of Miramichi and world class salmon fishing on Miramichi River.

Here is a great parcel of land in rural New Brunswick with great year-round access off Highway 116 at Molus River (Crossmans Corner), yet within easy reach of the communities of Rexton and Richibucto as well as the the general store in Bass River (5 minutes away). The land is situated along the northerly side of Highway 116 and also has frontage along the Aldouane Cross Road to St. Charles.

The land is surveyed and there is a registered plan of subdivision. Lot 17-5 measures 994.4 feet or road front along Highway 116, 439.5 feet of road front on Aldouane Cross Road, Northern and Western boundaries measure 994.5 feet and 4399 feet respectively. The parcel is easily accessible year-round via a network of maintained highways and roads.

Near your property are hundreds of acres of adjoining crown lands as well as the Trans-Canada Trail (Trail # 52) - a couple kilometers north of your land Trail # 42 connects with thousands of kilometers of maintained and marked recreation trails across the Province of New Brunswick.

Topography of the land is generally level throughout the parcel averaging 98 feet (30 meters) above sea level. The land is nicely wooded throughout in maturing Poplar and Maple deciduous trees and Fir and Spruce and Pine Evergreen Trees. The forest was pre-commercially thinned years ago to promote growth and the trees are well spaced and understory sees lots of sunlight. The forest supports a diverse natural habitat of wildlife and birds.

An old driveway / woods road (pictured) runs through the property.

For those who enjoy hunting, this is an excellent area for White-Tail-Deer, Moose and even Black Bear. Small game such as rabbit as well as grouse and partridge are here in numbers.

It is only a short drive from your land to access the Richibucto River and the Molus River which is a poplar body of water for boating, fishing and water activities. Pontoon boats and motor boats are common here - you can boat all the way out to the towns of Rexton and Richibucto, continuing out to the Northumberland Strait (ocean waters).

Your acreage is within convenient driving distance to the city of Moncton. Route 116 westward from your land leads to the community of Harcourt and then south on Highway 126 takes you to Moncton about one hour distant total. Moncton in the province of New Brunswick’s largest city and urban centre and has an international airport. North on Highway 126 from Harcourt takes you to the town of Miramichi and the renowned salmon fishing river, the Miramichi River.

Your property is also within convenient driving distance of the coastline. Route 116 eastwards from your land will take you to the Northumberland coastline and communities of Rexton and Richibucto and up to the Kouchibouguac National Park - sand beaches, warm ocean water and fresh seafood  are within easy reach! The Northumberland Strait is home to the warmest ocean water temperatures in Canada, with some areas reaching 77 degrees Fahrenheit or 25 degrees Celcius.

PRICE: Term Sale: $11,500.00, payable $1,500.00 down payment to secure the land and fifty (50) monthly payments of $200.00 each, and interest. Additional 10% discount if paid in full within 30 days: $10,350.00, if paid $1,350.00 cash with order and the balance of $9,000.00 within thirty days thereafter.


  • Looking towards your land at the corner of Aldouane Cross Road (to right) and Route 116 (straight ahead).

  • The entrance into the property from Aldouane Cross Road.

  • 439.5 feet of road front along Aldouane Cross Road.

  • Looking back towards Route 116 from the Lot 5 / Lot 4 property line along Aldouane Cross Road. The property is on the right.

    • Looking into the property along the Lot 5 / Lot 4 property line. The land is surveyed and well marked.

    • Looking along the existing driveway through the property.

    • Another picture along the driveway.

    • Picture taken on your land.

    • Picture taken on your land.

    • Drone image (looking in a northerly direction towards St. Charles) outlining Lot 17-5 (9.93 acres).

    • Drone image (looking in a westerly direction towards Bass River) outlining Lot 17-5 (9.93 acres).

    • Kayaking on Molus River just a few minutes up the road.

    • Here is an air photo indicating the location of this acreage at Molus River (Crossmans Corner).

    • A map showing the location of your land north of Moncton. Ideally located in rural New Brunswick yet still an easy drive to the city and coast.

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