Catalone Lake is named after a French cartographer who was stationed at the Fortress of Louisbourg in the 1700’s by the name of Gédéon de Catalogne. This pristine lake is protected by a barrachois, a barrier sandbar, with a small inlet that makes the lake slightly tidal and brackish. It is the largest lake in the Sydney-Louisbourg Highway corridor. This 9 acre parcel of land has close to 1000 feet of waterfront. The waterfront is in a beautiful protected and navigable cove. It was surveyed for 6 lots ranging in size from over 2 acres to over 1 acre. 5 of the 6 lots have water frontage. All the lots have survey pins and blaze trails cut. The lots were not registered for taxation purposes but are registration-ready for the next investor. Or the land may be used as a whole by the next owner. Value priced this land represents a great and rare opportunity to own a great piece of Catalone Lake. Look for the ViewPoint sign at the road. Call with any questions.
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