Lot 7, Boucher Property, Priest Road, Weldford Parish, Kent County, New Brunswick, 13.34 acres or 5.4 hectares. With just short of five hundred feet of frontage on the south side of Priest Road, this property lies less than a half mile west of Highway 490, a gravel route known locally as McLaughlin Road. Average depth of the land is over one thousand, two hundred feet. Selectively cut over many years ago, this acreage still has an abundance of tree cover both young and mature. Topographically, the terrain is level and dry with a slight rise in elevation towards the south. Highway 490 leads north to Bassville, ten miles distant, on Highway 116 (Harcourt-Richbucto) and south about twenty miles to Trans Canada Route 2, just a few miles east of the city of Moncton. This property rests in a quiet, lightly settled area where neighbours are few and far between. This is in sharp contrast to the large modern city of Moncton where all goods and services can be obtained. How can one miss with waterways nearby including the warm waters of Northumberland Strait (Atlantic Ocean) and rivers (Cocagne, Buctouche, Richibucto etc.) of all descriptions. Shediac, the world’s lobster capital, is a half hour drive southeast. Price $14,440.00, payable $2,940.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $230.00 each, and interest; or $12,996.00 (being 10% off) if paid $2,997.00 cash with order and $9,999.00 within thirty days thereafter.
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