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120 days on market
Lot 1 Shieling Drive, Marion Bridge
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15857873
Type
Land & Acreage
Waterfront
Yes
2020 Assessment & Tax
$89,600
PCDS
No
Lot Size
3 acres + 125 feet waterfront
Listing History
15 events over 9 years
Historical Assessment
9% increase (2016-2020)
Land Registry Records
4 (2011 - 2017)
David MacLeod ViewPoint REALTOR® 902-217-6442
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The Mira River is Cape Breton’s premier go-to place for summer fun and year round quiet living. The 54KM navigable, meandering river is more like a long lake and yet it is moving, tidal and pristine. There is simply no better waterway in... The Mira River is Cape Breton’s premier go-to place for summer fun and year round quiet living. The 54KM navigable, meandering river is more like a long lake and yet it is moving, tidal and pristine. There is simply no better waterway in Cape Breton for watercraft enjoyment (whether it is sailing, personal watercraft, speed boating to cruising); the river warms fast for swimming comfort; and untouched beauty. The Shieling Mira River Waterfront Community waterfront lots take in gorgeous MacIsaac’s Cove and Mira River’s widest bay called Big Bay. It is perfectly situated close to everything you need and far enough away to escape the hustle and bustle - 20 minutes from Sydney (where you have all the amenities), 10 minutes to Albert Bridge/8 minutes to Marion Bridge (where you can get just about anything you might need). The lots are thoughtfully subdivided to provide space, privacy and beautiful waterfronts. The subdivision road is impressively built - meeting and exceeding DOT standards. The land itself is sandy and gravelly making it easily excavated, great soil for percolation and easy access to great well water. Practical restrictive covenants are in place to protect your investment. Lot #1 is the gateway lot to The Shieling. With almost three acres this waterfront lot is well sheltered on the leeside of the cooler winds of North, North-east and East. On the larger of the two MacIsaac's Cove Bays, this lot is in the heart of the delta of Trout Brook Road’s namesake “Trout Brook”. Perfect for fishing, canoeing, water fun, etc as it has very little boat traffic. Read More

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