Lot 12, Plan 2008-61B, Whycocomagh Mountain Road, Whycocomagh Mountain, Inverness County, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, 9.7 acres or 3.92 hectares. Located two miles north of the salt water shoreline of Bras D’or Lakes, this parcel rests on top of Whycocomagh Mountain. It has two hundred and fifty feet of frontage on the east side of Whycocomagh Mountain Road. Rectangular in shape, the depth on the north and south sides averages one thousand, seven hundred and seventy feet. Fully surveyed, there are stakes planted at roadside, at the rear boundary, as well as alongside the brook that passes through the centre of the property. Its banks are solid and brook trout can be seen in the pools. Topographically, the terrain is quite level at roadside, then about one hundred yards east of the road, the terrain begins its descent toward the brook at the bottom of a large valley. Fully treed, there are some spruce at roadside – however, the cover consists mainly of young and mature maple, beech and birch. The town of Baddeck – Canadian headquarters of the American Yachting Association – is just over twenty miles east on the north side of Bras D’or Lake – a large inland sea with over six hundred miles of shoreline. Price $17,770.00, payable $2,970.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $296.00 each, and interest; or $15,993.00 (being 10% off) if paid $2,994.00 cash with order and $12,999.00 within thirty days thereafter.
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