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Lot 21-B Lakefront on Loch Lomond Lake, Richmond County, Nova Scotia

Presented at $48,000
offers a fabulous opportunity to own prime 300 feet of lakefront on Loch Lomond Lake, in the popular, yet private Loch Lomond area. The stunning 2.7 acre estate is situated on the Loch Lomond peninsula and enjoys exquisite vistas of the lake and gentle hills.

Highlights
• Outstanding lakefront property on beautiful freshwater lake
• Natural pebble beach and sheltered cove
• Unspoiled natural surroundings
• Fine sailing and boating, swimming, fishing
• Perfect for seasonal or year-round living
• Fantastic sunrises and sunsets

Loch Lomond Lake is a favorite with sportsmen and anglers. Canoe from Loch Lomond into Grand River and the Atlantic Ocean. Bike, hike or kayak through
some of the most pristine and virtually undiscovered areas.

A wonderful recreational retreat for a casual lifestyle by the lake.

If you want a lakefront property in a rural setting, this property is priced with you in mind. The property is lovely. It is surveyed and ready for you to build your dream cottage or chalet.

A Great Investment Choice.

At A Glance

Location Details
Property Type: Lakefront
PID# 752088698
Size 2.7 acres or 10.926 m2
Lakefront 300 feet or 91 meters
Roadfront 252.08 feet or 76.83 meters
Services Electricity and telephone at the road
Features Large private lakefront property on Loch Lomond Lake, a scenic freshwater lake. Treed property. Fully surveyed. Great swimming right off your private beach. Excellent moorage. Wonderful neighborhood. Close to infrastructure.
   
List Price: $ 48,000.00 plus applicable HST
Property Taxes: $ 240.00 for 2016
   
Directions: Halifax (International Airport) via Truro, New Glasgow,
Antigonish, Port Hawkesbury, St.Peters, Irish Cove,
Loch Lomond West.
Or, highway #4 from Sydney west to Irish Cove
(55 km +/-), then to Loch Lomond West.
Proudly Offered by: Christine Wolter
Phone: 250 317.1782
[email protected]

plan of survey

2017-Okt (c) Christine Wolter