The Queen granted this whole parcel island to the MacNeil family of Guysborough in 1876. Very rarely does a 'whole' island come on the market that is this spectacular in scale. From the white sand beaches to its mix of hard and soft wood trees, this 192 acre island has to be seen to be appreciated for its size and flora/fauna. Untouched from any infrastructure or buildings, it is ideal for the right buyer to put their stamp on this island. Whether it is for recreation, tourism, or just a cottage in the summer, this is the perfect investment. Coddle Island is far enough away for solitude and quiet, but close enough to the mainland in Coddles Harbour.
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