LeBlanc Lot, Highway 126, Harcourt Parish, Kent County, New Brunswick, 1.48 acres or .59 hectares. Located on the east side of Highway 126, about one half mile south of Silvertown Road, here is a permanent homesite, just over twenty miles north of the city of Moncton. It offers a rectangular, treed, level site with over one hundred and twenty-five feet of paved year round roadfront and a depth of over five hundred feet. Electrical and telephone services are readily available. There are many homes and small farms nearby but there are also large tracts of forested land amid numerous streams and rivers. The village of Adamsville is just over one mile south and the community of Harcourt four miles north. Silvertown Road leads northeast twenty miles to the major center of Richibucto and the Northumberland Strait – “with the warmest waters north of the Carolinas”. A short distance further north one will find Kouchigouguac National Park with miles of Atlantic Ocean sandy beachfront. Thirty miles southeast of the property is Shediac known as the “Lobster Capital of World” and twenty miles further at Cape Tormentine is the Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island. A quiet setting, away from urban centers but with all amenities. Price $9,990.00, payable $1,990.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $160.00 each, and interest; or $8,991.00 (being 10% off) if paid $1,992.00 cash with order and $6,999.00 within thirty days thereafter.
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