When storms erupt with the raw unbridled roar of the surf along the coastline, one feels awestruck from the ocean’s majestic force. On days of calm reflection, the serenity of the natural surroundings creates a peace and freedom from the busy urban hustle. Although open ocean vistas comprise the dominant sightlines, to the south, East Ironbound Island sits proudly exuding a community character of yesteryear. Farther to the west and south Tancook and Pearl Islands can be seen nestled as the outliers of Mahone Bay. There is an all-weather private road, power, telephone and ADSL Internet to the property line. An original Boreal forest covers the 4.6 acre property with four hundred and forty feet of ocean frontage. A suggested elevated shoreline building site with architectural direction is also available, and can be reviewed on site with the listing realtor. The tiny fishing village of New Harbour is a mere one km stroll, and the very secluded New Harbour Beach is less than two km. If you are craving fish chowder at “The Deck” in Blandford, it is a short five km drive, and the picturesque village of Chester is a twenty minute trip by car. Halifax and the Stanfield International Airport is an hour’s distance.
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