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Lake Access Lot for Sale - Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. 40B

An exceptional lot with access to Bras dOr Lake in the sought after Widow Point Development. This lot is nicely treed and is perfectly suited for building a summer retreat or residence. Enjoy the many beaches that this area has to offer. --- Sorry this lot is SOLD ---

  • Term Sale: $0
  • Cash Sale: $0
  • Lot Size: 2.38 acres
  • Ref #: NS-40B
  • Lot 3 North Riverside, Nova Scotia CANADA.

    Here is a wonderful 3.45 acre homesite just steps away from beautiful Milford Haven River, in North Riverside, Nova Scotia. Lot 3 features excellent road frontage and has a driveway already in place. You’ll find lovely level and open areas within the lot, as well as a freshwater brook and mature hardwood tree stands. An excellent location and perfect parcel for anyone looking to own land and spend time in one of Nova Scotia’s most beautiful areas. --- Sorry this property is SOLD ---

  • Term Sale: $0
  • Cash Sale: $0
  • Lot Size: 3.45 acres
  • Ref #: NS-3503
  • Five Large Lots Overlooking the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia

    From the glorious view to the incredible range of recreational opportunities, this is a truly sensational vacation hideaway. The scenery deserves to be photographed. Enjoy the ever changing views of the Bay of Fundy. --- Sorry this property is SOLD ---

  • Term Sale: $0
  • Cash Sale: $0
  • Lot Size: 24.72 acres
  • Ref #: NS-440

  • 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.


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