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11.7 acre Recreational Property near Moncton

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A very spacious and private 11.7 acre property offered in Notre Dame just 20 minutes from the city of Moncton and a few minutes from the Cocagne River and 10 minutes to the Northumberland Strait and nice beaches. This is a great spot for your relaxing private get-away yet close to town and amenities. Easy access to the recreation trails for biking, hiking, ATVing and snowmobiling. --- Sorry this property is SOLD ---

Lot Size: 11.7 acres
Location: Melanson Road, Notre Dame, Kent County, New Brunswick
Reference #: NB-7891

Property situated on the east side of Melanson Road, in Notre-Dame, in the Parish of Dundas, Kent County, New Brunswick. Lot 23-A on a registered plan of survey. 

SIZE: 11.66 acres (4.72 hectares)

- 513.4 feet (156.471 meters) along the east side of Melanson Road, a non-maintained public access road. 
- North, East and West property lines measuring 990.0 feet (301.752 meters), 513.4 feet (156.471 meters), and 990.2 feet (301.801 meters respectively 
- A land survey was completed in 2023 - property corners have survey pins and flagging ribbon run along the property lines. 
- Great terrain more or less level to gently sloping upwards to the southeastern corner.
- A great site for recreational use and for off-grid living!
- Recreational trails for ATV’ing, snowmobiling, biking, hiking and hunting at your doorstep!
- Electricity less than 1 kilometer away to the north along Melanson Road.
- No restrictive covenants or requirements to build or improve the property. 
- Less than 1 kilometer to the maintained portion of Melanson Road and 1.3 kilometers to Highway 115.
- Basic amenities including gas, café, church, school, banking is just a few minutes away in Notre Dame and Saint-Antoine.
- An easy 20 minute drive to the City of Moncton and all amenities including health care, schools, home improvement centers, Costco, food and entertainment and airport.  
- Just a few minutes to the Cocagne River for fishing and boating and about 10 minutes to beautiful beaches and shoreline along the Northumberland Strait between Cocagne, Grande-Digue, Shediac, and Cap-Pele. 

This lovely property is located in Southeastern New Brunswick, in the community of Notre Dame, just north of the city of Moncton and 10 minutes inland from the coastal communities and beaches along the Northumberland Strait. This is an ideal rural location with lots of room and plenty of privacy. Ideal as a summer and winter recreation property and a fantastic location for off-grid residential location.

You have 11.7 acres of level ground, rising gradually to the southeastern corner. Though harvested for timbers in 2021/2022, regeneration is looking very good and in a few years the young trees will offer plenty of privacy. The area is beautifully treed in forest of various evergreen and deciduous tree varieties. 

Your property’s Eastern boundary follows the east side of Melanson Road for 513.4 feet (156.471 meters). North, East and South property boundaries measure 990.0 feet (301.752 meters), 513.4 feet (156.471 meters) and 990.2 feet (301.801 meters) respectively (refer to survey plan in photo gallery). There is ample room to develop and utilize the land to your liking.

Access is via Melanson Road from Highway 115. Melanson Road is considered a maintained public road for the first 400 meters off HWY 115 and then becomes a non-maintained public road to your land. There are a handful of off-grid homes situated along Melanson Road within a couple kilometers of your property.

Recreation trails for hiking, ATVing, and biking are at your doorstep and provide access many miles of trails through thousands of acres of woodlands, brooks, crown lands for your recreation use. For those who enjoy winter activities such as snowmobiling, the maintained trail #514 is just a few miles from your land and connects you to a fantastic trail network throughout the province of New Brunswick.

You are located in Notre-Dame, a rural community of a few hundred friendly folks. You’ll find basic amenities, gas and convenience store, post office, child care, natural health care, coffee bar and roastery, K-6 school, among other businesses. Just a few minutes farther north is the village of Saint-Antoine (known as little town in the country). In Saint-Antoine you’ll find access to most amenities and day-to-day needs.

25 minutes south of your property is the city of Moncton with a population of 120,000+.  This energetic city is highlighted by wonderful recreational, entertainment, and employment opportunities, schools, Universite de Moncton, 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.

All amenities including schools, healthcare, banking, home improvement centers are within easy reach between your property and Moncton. 

Getting here is easy. From the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 2) through Moncton, take the Elmwood Drive Exit and head north on Elmwood Drive (Highway 115) past Costco and continue North through Irishtown to Notre-Dame, 2 kilometers or 16 minutes distant. In Notre-Dame right onto Melanson Road and follow for 1.3 kilometers to your land on the left side. Just 50 feet before reaching your land you will cross a small bridge over an unnamed brook. The first survey pin identifying the property’s northwest corner is among the mature white pine here (as pictured). 

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


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