Affordable Land for Sale in Ontario and Across Canada

For over 100 years the H.M. Dignam Corporation Ltd. has been offering vacant land and country acreages for sale across Canada. View our listings to see the various properties we have for sale in Western Canada, Ontario and Atlantic Canada.

16 Acres


PID 25342346, St, Joseph Road, Parish of Weldford, Kent County, New Brunswick, 16 acres or 6.47 hectares. This large parcel of land is located within a quiet, undeveloped area, seven kilometers east of the hamlet of Kent Junction and Highway 126. Somewhat triangular in shape, it has over four hundred feet of roadfrontage on the east side of St. Joseph Road, and a width of eight hundred and eighty feet on its southern boundary. An old woods road/trail passes along the entire northwest border for its entire one thousand, five hundred foot length. The old road continues into the hundreds of thousands of acres of nearby Crown land where a number of brooks meander through vast mature forest. The property itself is also fully treed in large spruce, poplar, birch and maple providing the perfect location for a cabin in the woods. Seventeen kilometers north on Highway 126 is the town of Rogersville and the city of Moncton is less than an hours drive south where all goods and services can be obtained including a district hospital and an international airport. A half hour drive north from the property leads to Kouchibouguac National Park alongside the Atlantic coastline, where one can enjoy the long, pristine beaches and groomed trails through the forest. All of this only minutes from the property. Price $24,440.00, payable with $2,900.00 deposit with order and the balance in full within 30 days thereafter. A monthly payment option is not available for this property.

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Our Story

land for sale since 1916It has now been over 100 years since John Sifton Dignam wandered into a public land auction on the front steps of Old City Hall in Toronto to acquire his first parcel of land. He subsequently sold the property and bought more - and that was how our company began.

Who could have imagined that lots in North York (Toronto), which were then selling for 20 cents, would be worth what they are today!

Today's prices have risen dramatically since 1916, but give some thought to what they will be in the year 2025 - and in the year 2030! Will you still be able to buy vacant land?

And what will the price be then?

Will it be double or triple what it is today?

At that point in time the old Will Rogers saying may be more fact than humour: "Land - buy now, they ain't making any more of the stuff."

Present Day Operation

After over 100 years as “the most respected name in country acreage”, Dignam Land is still unmatched by any other land company. New properties are added to our website as available with maps, photos, satellite images and our “tell it like it is” descriptions.

Northern & Southern Ontario

Our corporation has been offering a wide array of land for sale in Ontario since 1916. From large tracts of vacant land to smaller parcels bordering crown land. We have something to offer everyone. Please browse our latest properties to find the one for you.

Western Provinces

Our corporation has been offering a wide range of land for sale in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, & Manitoba since 1916. Please browse our latest properties and contact our office should you have any questions. Our staff would be pleased to hear from you.

Atlantic Provinces

With their warm maritime hospitality, its the local people that create such fond memories in Canada's Atlantic provinces. Our land for sale in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, & Newfoundland ranges from quiet country settings to lakefront and oceanfront lots along the coast and island lakes. All this comes with that great maritime hospitality.

Our staff would be pleased to answer any questions you may have.

Please phone us at 705-721-1515, or send an email with any questions or concerns.

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