100 Acre Waterfront Lot For Sale
The land may not warrant a dock, as the water is very deep close
to the shore line all along the frontage. The front of the lot going
from the up river to down river end is aprox 1500 ft. The elevation
goes from 20 ft to about 4 ft above the high water line. From the
land to the water is steep, so floats would be better, and bring
them in for the winter. The river in that area may freeze over
depending on the type of winter we have.
Our area is up and coming but due to the fact that there is no
electricity at the site, the future could be a way off, as we speak.
Also that could change if all the parties agreed to put in a
line.There are no others along the way, and to coordinate, that
would be a job in itself.
At present you could subdivide into lots of various sizes. That is
what our plans would be for going forward.
The road to the lot is a gravel road off Route 7, about 6 miles west
Sherbrooke and 2.5 miles from route 7. The village of Sherbrooke is
well placed for all your basic needs, such as groceries, bank,
hospital, restaurants, motels etc. Our population in Sherbrooke is
aprox. 400 (on a good day).
There are no covenants on the land. There is nothing built on the
land at present and it is surrounded by Nova Scotia government land.
We call that "Crown Land".
Immediately south of our project Sawmill Landing , down river, is
land owned by a person from Wales aprox 50 acres, that runs from the
river to the gravel road that I mentioned above. The Welshman has a
very narrow strip of land. Next to him the land is owned by a person
from France, aprox 36 acres, also a narrow strip of land from the
river to the gravel road.
These two people have put a road from the gravel road to the river
along their adjoining property line. They might be the ones to help
share the cost of bringing power in, about ($150,000.00). Next to
them is a German Person and they own 84 acres from the river to the
gravel road, a long narrow strip. Next to him is the crown land, for
about 800 feet, and then us.
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