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16.5 acres near Beach and Coastline - Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

Here is a fantastic acreage along Point Michaud Road in Lower L'Ardoise, in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Great all-season access with electricity and phone service. Perfect for both seasonal and year-round use. Close to amenities, Little Harbour, Point Michaud Provincial Park, L'Ardoise Community Centre, St. Peter's. --- Sorry this property is SOLD ---

  • Term Sale: $0
  • Cash Sale: $0
  • Lot Size: 16.5+/- acres
  • Ref #: NS-8288
  • 6.3 acres River Denys Road, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

    This is a lovely 6.3 acre parcel located on the western side of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, 5 miles inland from coastal communities and amenities. An off-grid site offering ample road front with surrounding crown lands and recreational trails ideal for outdoor fun in all seasons. A great site for your remote acreage / cabin / maritime get-away. --- Sorry this property is SOLD ---

  • Term Sale: $0
  • Cash Sale: $0
  • Lot Size: 6.30 acres
  • Ref #: NS-2063

  • Nova Scotia is a Canadian province located on Canada's southeastern coast. It is the most populous province in the Maritimes, and its capital, Halifax, is a major economic centre of the region. Nova Scotia is the second smallest province in Canada, with an area of 55,284 km². Its population of 934,405 makes it the fourth least populous province of the country.


    New Brunswick is one of Canada's three Maritime provinces, and the only constitutionally bilingual province (French and English) in the country. Its capital is Fredericton. The provincial Department of Finance estimates that the province's population in 2006 was 749,168, of which a majority is English-speaking, but a large minority (35%, chiefly of Acadian origin) is French-speaking.


    "Canadian recreational property prices continue to increase in most markets across the country, as demand remains strong and inventory remains scarce. Tight market conditions are expected as current cottage owners plan to stay put and young professionals enter the market in droves..."
    - Royal LePage