Prior to the mid 18th Century Spryfield was populated by the Mi’Kmaq people who hunted and fished what is now known as Long Lake. In 1769 Captain Lieutenant-General William Spry purchased the land in the area. The farmland was very enticing to the European settlers due to its proximity to the Halifax market. In the 1950’s a large development had begun to take shape on the southernmost tip of the subdivision otherwise known as Lieblen Park. Many of the homes are still intact with ample vacant land still existing. The homes are a mix of the original 1950 structures and newer modern ready built and new construction communities. The communities are densely populated with standard lot sizes to maximize the development. You can access Spryfield by Herring cove Rd which runs directly through the area or Old Sambro road which runs on the west side. School programs are dotted throughout this large subdivision offering both French and English from primary to high school. Bussing to and from Halifax and Dartmouth are available and you are in either destination within an hour depending on your starting point. Driving is also a short commute anywhere from 20 minutes to downtown Halifax or 30 minutes to Dartmouth. Spryfield is home to the Boys and Girls club of greater Halifax, skating rinks, wave pool, shopping , medical facilities and many eateries. Take a drive out to experience Spryfield for yourself.
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