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21 acres Cap-Pele, New Brunswick

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A great sized property within minutes to Cape Pele beaches and attractions. This lot features a nice variety of trees and is suitable for cabin/camp and long-term land holding. Good access off of the Saint-Andre Road. --- Sorry this property is SOLD ---

Lot Size: 21+/- acres
Location: Off Saint-Andre Road, Cap Pele, New Brunswick
Reference #: NB-9048

  • Drone view outlining the 21+/- acres in Cap Pele.

  • Looking in a northern direction overtop of the 21 acres. You can see the Saint-Andre Road to the right and the village of Cap Pele in the background.

  • Looking in an easterly direction along the access to the 21 acres. The picture was taken at the southwest corner.

  • Looking along the access road. The 21 acres is on the left being 507 feet wide.

    • Looking along the access road in a westerly direction. The 21 acres is on the right.

    • Picture taken within the property.

    • Picture taken within the property.

    • Picture taken within the property.

    • Picture taken along the westerly property boundary of the 21 acres and the neighbouring parcel.

    • Picture taken along the westerly property boundary of the 21 acres and the neighbouring parcel.

    • Looking west along the access road towards your 21 acre parcel roughly 1200 feet ahead on the right.

    • Chemin St-Andre Rd to Cap Pele and your land.

    • Cap Pele at the Chemin St-Andre. Your property is just 2 kilometers from the Cap Pele main street.

    • Air photo outlining the location of your land.

    • Map showing the location of the property in Southeastern New Brunswick.

That parcel located at Cap-Pelé, Parish of Botsford, County of Westmorland

SIZE: 21+/- acres (8.65+/- hectares)

- 507.3 feet (154.6 meters) frontage along the north side of NB Transportation service road.
- Easy access.
- Just a short distance from the St-André Road (Route 495).
- Only two minutes to the friendly Village of Cap-Pelé and Acadie Rd.
- Only 5 minutes to Aboiteau Wharf and beautiful sandy beach.
- 20 minutes to the Town of Shediac. 
- 30 minutes to the City of Moncton.
- Nice for a camp and long term holding.

Sorry this property is SOLD. To see available lots and acreage in New Brunswick, click HERE.


  • Drone view outlining the 21+/- acres in Cap Pele.

  • Looking in a northern direction overtop of the 21 acres. You can see the Saint-Andre Road to the right and the village of Cap Pele in the background.

  • Looking in an easterly direction along the access to the 21 acres. The picture was taken at the southwest corner.

  • Looking along the access road. The 21 acres is on the left being 507 feet wide.

    • Looking along the access road in a westerly direction. The 21 acres is on the right.

    • Picture taken within the property.

    • Picture taken within the property.

    • Picture taken within the property.

    • Picture taken along the westerly property boundary of the 21 acres and the neighbouring parcel.

    • Picture taken along the westerly property boundary of the 21 acres and the neighbouring parcel.

    • Looking west along the access road towards your 21 acre parcel roughly 1200 feet ahead on the right.

    • Chemin St-Andre Rd to Cap Pele and your land.

    • Cap Pele at the Chemin St-Andre. Your property is just 2 kilometers from the Cap Pele main street.

    • Air photo outlining the location of your land.

    • Map showing the location of the property in Southeastern New Brunswick.

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