PID 10224533, Lot 97-17, Plan 200827, Howard Brook Parish of Brighton, Carleton County, New Brunswick, 2 acres. This parcel of land is located in a quiet rural setting twelve miles northeast of the Saint John River and the world’s longest covered bridge at Hartland. Fully surveyed, it has three hundred and sixty-six feet of year round roadfrontage on the south side of Howard Brook Road and a depth of two hundred and forty-one feet on its east and west sides. Power and telephone services are conveniently located at roadside for future building requirements. Cleared decades ago, the land remains semi-cleared with a few scattered trees and the terrain is dry with a slight rise from north to south. This provides an open view of the surrounding countryside where neighbours are few and far between. The north branch of the Becaquimec Stream is located directly across the road where one can fish, swim and canoe. There are also hundreds of thousands of acres of Crown lands a short distance north, east and west where one can fish and explore the woods and streams for miles. This quiet, lightly settled region is the perfect location for home or cabin where you can enjoy the peaceful surroundings and the natural beauty of the region. Price $20,990.00, payable $3,990.00 deposit with order and fifty monthly payments of $340.00 each, and interest; or $18,891.00 (being 10% off) if paid $3,992.00 deposit with order and $14,899.00 within thirty days thereafter.