Lot 5, Plan 2008-61B, WhycocomaghMountain, InvernessCounty, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, 9.2 acres or 3.72 hectares. Resting within a high plateau area on top of Whycocomagh Mountain, this newly surveyed property has many fine qualities. It has two hundred and fifty-eight feet of frontage on the west side of Whycocomagh Mountain Road. Rectangular in shape, it has an average depth of one thousand, four hundred feet with clean, wide cutlines. High and dry throughout, the terrain has a gentle roll and is covered in a variety of young and mature hardwood. Firewood for years! This quiet region remains lightly settled as most homes are located along the small waterside communities along Highway 105 two miles south. A half mile south of the property, the road passes through Whycocomagh Provincial Park before reaching Highway 105. One mile further west is the community of Whycocomagh where a variety of supplies can be obtained. Eighteen miles east is the larger town of Baddeck where the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site is located. One can also launch a boat in Whycocomagh, Baddeck and points in between. There are six hundred miles of shoreline on the salty waters of Bras D’Or Lakes to explore and enjoy. 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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