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Waterfront Lot on Grand Lake, New Brunswick

A lakefront parcel on New Brunswick's finest freshwater lakes! This lot features 177 feet of private shorefront on the Northeast Arm of Grand Lake, a mix of open grass lands and mature hardwood forest and year-round access. This is the place to build a lake side home, vacation home or cottage. --- Sorry this lot is SOLD ---

  • Term Sale: $0
  • Cash Sale: $0
  • Lot Size: 2.22 acres
  • Ref #: NB-220
  • Lot for Sale in Southeastern New Brunswick. Lot 4 Midgic

    4.7 acre property in beautiful Southeastern New Brunswick only 10 minutes from the University Town of Sackville and an easy drive from the ocean and sandy beaches along the Northumberland Strait. The land features a lovely clearing with a park like setting and densely forested areas. A nice property for a homestead and an excellent choice for land investment. --- Sorry this property is SOLD ---

  • Term Sale: $0
  • Cash Sale: $0
  • Lot Size: 4.7 acres
  • Ref #: NB-114

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