Lot 1, Plan 2008-61B, Whycocomagh Mountain Road, Whycocomagh Mountain, Inverness County, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, 29.01 acres or 11.7 hectares. This newly surveyed parcel rests only two miles north of Trans Canada Highway 105 and the clear blue waters of Bras D’or Lakes, Whycocomagh Bay. It offers two frontages off Whycocomagh Mountain Road with one hundred and twenty-two feet at its northeast corner and seventy-eight feet on its southeast – or a total of two hundred feet in all. Irregular in shape, the property mostly consists of two triangular sections on its south and western sides. Depth on the north and south averages over one thousand, eight hundred feet with a width on the west side measuring one thousand, seven hundred and twelve feet. Generally level, tree cover consists of mature spruce with some hardwood mix as well. Whycocomagh Provincial Park is a mile south and the community of Whycocomagh is another mile west. Eighteen miles east is the town of Baddeck. Once the homestead of Alexander Graham Bell, the town offers a variety of tourist attractions including the Bras D’or Lakes Yacht Club and the Canadian headquarters of the American Yachting Association. Price $14,440.00, payable $2,990.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $229.00 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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