Cape Breton Estates: Land of the Golden Arms

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Cape Breton Estates: land of the golden arms

Seven Acres - a Stone's Throw from the Beach

7 Acres in Grand Etang - a stone's throw from the beach


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Price: $83,500
Category: Undeveloped Residential Land
MLS®/PID#: 50229343 Tradewinds Property #O - 5910
Address: Lot 3 Old Cabot Trail
City: Grand Etang (suburb of Cheticamp), Inverness County, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
Lot Size: 7.07 +/- ACRES
Dimensions: rectangular
GPS info: 46º33"27.44' N 61º02"13.17' W
Possession: IMMEDIATE
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Overview:

Situated above the expanse of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, with a panoramic view that includes the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the southern part of Cheticamp Island, including the distant steeple of the Cathedral, and the foothills of the majestic Cape Breton Island, this well tended 7 odd acres commands both the ocean and the mountains behind. Just a few steps away along the Old Cabot Trail is a steep track that leads down to a sand beach offering a delightfully private walking area for about a 1/2 mile, swimming in season, or beach parties. The Old Cabot Trail having negligible traffic, no sound but the wind and the sea intrudes, yet the charming fishing village of Cheticamp is only 10 minutes away with one of the best grocery stores in Cape Breton, a variety of restaurants, golf, and more.

Comment:

The property suggests an attractive building location for a house that would be minutes from Cheticamp, schools, shopping, restaurants, and has lovely views of the Highlands and the Gulf. With 7 acres the grounds could be fenced, planted and conditioned to the most demanding tastes. This offering is well priced.

Directions:

Up Route 10 toward Chetimamp. cross bridge and past giant wind miill. look for left turn about 1 mile for Old Cabot Trail, then drive up the headland to TW sign - or contact Tom @ 866-325-1001 or 902-756-3073.

Area Links:
Cabot Trail Whale Watching
Whale watching cruises - origination point, Pleasant Bay Harbour. Interestingly, if passengers don't see whales, the trip is free!
Cape Breton Highlands National Park of Canada
Government of Canada web site. Details nearby Highlands which cover 950 square kilometers, about 20% of northern Cape Breton. It is the largest protected wilderness area in Nova Scotia and is an outstanding Canadian landscape.
Cape Breton Highlands
More info about this incredible park.
Hike the Highlands Festival
Web site covering this annual event held for highland hikers.
The Cabot Trail Communities
Very complete information. Interactive map, virtual tour and community links - check the Cheticamp area of the Cabot Trail.
The Cheticamp Web Site
Categories of information about Cheticamp include: geography, history, genealogy, climate, tourist information and community organizations/groups.
 
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Type: Undeveloped Residential Land
Title to Land: Freehold
Property Size: 7.07 +/- ACRES
Land Features:
Cleared, Gulf view, Highlands view, Close proximity to shore and beach
Access: Gravel Road
Services:
Electricity, Telephone, Garbage Pick-up - available at roadside
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Assessment: $73,900 (2011) Taxes: est. $520.33 (2011)
Listing Office: Compliments of Tom Childs
  Call any time @ 1-866-325-1001
Tradewinds Realty Inc.
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(The above information is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed)
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