Grant Number 42, Mann Mountain, Parish of Eldon, County of Restigouche, New Brunswick, 100 acres or 40.4 hectares. Located one mile southeast of the Quebec border, this large tract rests amid a high plateau area, less than a mile east of Highway 134 and the salmon filled waters of the Restigouche River. “L” shaped, the west side of the property measures approximately three thousand feet in depth and the width on the south side is nearly two thousand, three hundred. Tree harvesting was undertaken in the nineties and the property was replanted in spruce in the year 2000. Sugar maple is also the predominant species in some areas of the parcel. Wide, cleared hard roads remain on the land from the tree cutting and now provide easy access to all portions of the property. Access at present is via a woods road, best suited for a four wheel drive, from Highway 134. Although yet to be open, there also is a Crown Reserve Road in place at the northern boundary if required. As an added bonus Baker Creek passes through the northern tip and the complete southern boundary borders Crown land. A bridge, one mile north, leads to the community of Matapedia, Quebec where the Matapedia River and Restigouche River converge. A sportsman’s paradise! Price $26,660.00, payable $3,960.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $454.00 each, and interest; or $23,994.00 (being 10% off) if paid $3,995.00 cash with order and $19,999.00 within thirty days thereafter.
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