33.2 acres or 13.4 hectares 46.453766, -67.756323

PID10145720, Hartley Settlement, Parish of Wicklow, County of Carleton,  New Brunswick, 33.2 acres or 13.4 hectares. This large tract of land is only an hours drive north of the City of Fredericton. Width on the east and west averages one thousand, three hundred feet and depth averages one thousand, one hundred and seventy feet. Selective tree harvesting took place twelve years ago, however plenty remain. There are some large trees and small clearings in the south and west sectors and some heavier tree cover in the northeast portion. As a bonus, Hartley Brook passes through the centre creating a considerable low area from northwest to southeast. Perfect habitat for deer, moose, bear and other game that frequent this region. Situated two hundred yards west of Highway 110, access is via a short woods road/trail which is an unopened Crown Reserve Road that passes along the entire west side of the property. This quiet country setting is located on the western side of the province just over a mile east of a border crossing facility to the state of Maine. One mile south is the trout filled waters of the Big Presque Isle Stream and six miles further east is the large St. John River alongside Trans Canada Highway 2. Price $18,880.00, payable $2,980.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $318.00 each, and interest; or $16,992.00 (being 10% off) if paid $2,993.00 cash with order and $13,999.00 within thirty days thereafter.

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