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24.7 acres Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

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Located 5 miles inland from the coastal community of Judique, Cape Breton, is this beautifully remote 24.7-acre property. Surveyed. Off-grid. Stream running through. Mature forest. Surrounding crown lands and trails for recreation and outdoor recreation. --- Sorry this property is SOLD ---

Lot Size: 24.7 acres
Location: River Denys Road, Rear Judique South, Cape Breton, NS
Reference #: NS-2091

  • Here is a drone view outlining your property in Rear Judique South. Quite a remote location 5 miles in from the coastal community of Judique.

  • Another drone view oulining the acreage along River Denys Road.

  • Looking in an easterly direction along River Denys Road and back towards Judique and the Cape Breton coastline.

  • Here is the roadfront along River Denys Road. Lot 20-1 (24.7 acres) has 1296 feet of road front along this stretch of gravel road.

    • Looking into your property from roadside. There is an old driveway running a few hundred feet into the land. It is begnining to grow in.

    • Rory Brook running through your property. It appears to be a nice clean fresh water stream.

    • Another picture along the stream, which is a few hundred feet in from the road side.

    • There is a second small brook (refer to survey) which connects up to Rory Brook.

    • Picture taken on Lot 20-1. It is a beautiful forest within the property.

    • Picture taken on Lot 20-1.

    • Another picture taken within your property.

    • Picture taken along River Denys Road. Your land is on the left. This is a popular area for recreation including ATVing, snowmobiling, hunting, outdoor adventure. There are almost endless backroads and trails to be explored and discovered in this area.

    • Survey highlighting your property, Lot 20-1 along River Denys Road.

    • An aerial image outlining the location of your property.

    • Map indicating the location of this property near the eastern coastline of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

Parcel located along River Deny Road, in Rear Judique South, Inverness County, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Being Lot 20-1 on a registered survey plan.

SIZE: 24.7 acres (10.0 hectares)

- A great sized parcel with 395.079 meters (1,296 feet) of road front along the northerly side of River Denys Road - a gravel surface country road providing good seasonal access.
- An excellent acreage for hunting and recreation.
- Good ground. Roughly 200 meters (650 feet) above sea level. Sloping down from roadside to the brook and then back up before levelling out towards the back line (refer to survey picture).
- Surveyed.
- A small freshwater stream – Rory Brook - crosses through the property.
- Selective timber harvest along the road front and eastern side of the land (approximately 1 to 2 acres) in 2017. Nice forest and trees remain.
- The northerly property line measures 543.421 meters (2,107.68 feet).
- Easterly property line measures 332.994 meters (1,092.5 feet).
- River Denys Road is a maintained snowmobile trail in winter months offering access to a fantastic network of trails and connections across western Cape Breton – from Port Hastings all the way up into the Cape Breton Highlands.
- Lots of wildlife around.
- About 10 minutes from the coastal community of Judique - general store, gas, post office, community centre, Celtic Music Interpretive Centre.
- At Judique you have access to the Celtic Shores Coastal Trail – a 92 kilometer multi-use trail following the coastline.
- Wide sandy beaches at Port Hood and Mabou within 30 minutes of your land.
- Just 30 minutes from Port Hastings and Port Hawkesbury and the Canso Causeway which connects to mainland Nova Scotia. - From your land drive north to Cheticamp and access the Cape Breton Highlands National Park – fantastic sights and outdoor adventure!
- Under 3 hours from Halifax International Airport.


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


  • Here is a drone view outlining your property in Rear Judique South. Quite a remote location 5 miles in from the coastal community of Judique.

  • Another drone view oulining the acreage along River Denys Road.

  • Looking in an easterly direction along River Denys Road and back towards Judique and the Cape Breton coastline.

  • Here is the roadfront along River Denys Road. Lot 20-1 (24.7 acres) has 1296 feet of road front along this stretch of gravel road.

    • Looking into your property from roadside. There is an old driveway running a few hundred feet into the land. It is begnining to grow in.

    • Rory Brook running through your property. It appears to be a nice clean fresh water stream.

    • Another picture along the stream, which is a few hundred feet in from the road side.

    • There is a second small brook (refer to survey) which connects up to Rory Brook.

    • Picture taken on Lot 20-1. It is a beautiful forest within the property.

    • Picture taken on Lot 20-1.

    • Another picture taken within your property.

    • Picture taken along River Denys Road. Your land is on the left. This is a popular area for recreation including ATVing, snowmobiling, hunting, outdoor adventure. There are almost endless backroads and trails to be explored and discovered in this area.

    • Survey highlighting your property, Lot 20-1 along River Denys Road.

    • An aerial image outlining the location of your property.

    • Map indicating the location of this property near the eastern coastline of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

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