This property is a level field, bordered by a row of trees on two sides, with appealing views over field and rolling countryside, close to a quarter of an acre, and is well situated off the old Highway Number 3 between the seaside towns of Mahone Bay and the UNESCO protected town of Lunenburg. The property, located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, has a large 19th century barn which would be a good candidate for 'architectural recycling materials'. The antique lumber to be salvaged from the barn includes large hemlock beams, and boards up to 22 inches in width. With its close proximity to the sea and the restaurants and amenities of one of Nova Scotia's most active cultural communities, this little corner of the country, modestly priced, may well be worth considering as a site for a smaller sized home, location for a workshop or storage close to town, or simply as a base to park oneself during summer and fall vacations. Please note : do not enter the property without the presence of a Realtor. The barn as a whole is no longer structurally sound as a section of the barn has collapsed and should therefore be demolished at the expense of the buyer after closing. Entry into the barn is strictly prohibited.Twenty-four hours' notice preferred before entering the property and entry onto the property is prohibited without an appointment.
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