Lot 6, Plan 2003-17, West Lake Ainslie, Inverness County, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, 27.85 acres or 11.27 hectares. Situated in an extensive open valley setting, the landscape rises both to the north and south, providing protection from the elements and an extensive panorama of neighbouring lands. Basically rectangular in shape, the parcel has about six hundred and fifty feet of frontage on a seasonal road, just a quarter mile northeast of West Side Lake Ainslie Glenn Road #546. Depth of the property averages one thousand, nine hundred and fifty feet. All four corners are marked for easy identification of the boundaries. Tree harvesting has been undertaken in the last few years but there is now plenty of regrowth taking place and the current unobstructed view is a definite attribute. Bordering the north boundary are hundreds of acres of Crown land providing a view of Lake Ainslie, two miles distant. This waterway, twelve miles long and five miles wide, can be easily reached by going two miles south on #546 to Highway 395 and then north a mile and a half. For supplies, Whycocomagh is five miles south at Highway 105 and Baddeck on the north shore of Bras D’or Lake, twenty miles further east. Price $16,660.00, payable $2,960.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $274.00 each, and interest; or $14,994.00 (being 10% off) if paid $2,995.00 cash with order and $11,999.00 within thirty days thereafter.
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