MacEachern’s Point Estates

Wilburn (Whycocomagh Bay), Cape Breton

Location and features

The MacEachern’s Point estate is a recreational area in a fantastic location directly on a western branch of the well-known inland Bras d’Or Lake on Cape Breton island. Whycocomagh Bay is located in the eastern part of the County of Inverness. The area consists of a total of seven plots and is characterized by the diversity and individuality of each lot. Ranging from three beautifully situated lake properties each equipped with a large waterfront, to very beautiful hinterland properties with great charm that blend into the lovely hilly landscape, to a large wooded lot—there is the right property for every taste. The special highlight: a communal area right on the shore which also gives future owners of the highly affordable hinterland properties direct access to the lake. The three lakeside properties are predestined for water sports enthusiasts of all kinds, anglers or for all those who enjoy a retirement or holiday home with a generous shore front. Each one of them is characterized by direct access to and sweeping views of Lake Bras d’Or. The unique course of the lake and the densely wooded lakeshore on the opposite shore literally invite you to dream and relax. The extremely generous lots from 3.2 to 13.7 acres (1,3 to 5,5 hectares) leave nothing to be desired and provide sufficient space for your individual development. Electricity, telephone, high-speed Internet and a broad access road to each property represent the excellent infrastructure connection. Of course, all plots have the regulatory approvals required for the construction of homes with a septic tank sewage system and a well for water supply. * All prices are final and already include 15% HST (“Harmonized Sales Tax”), real estate transfer tax (“Deed Transfer Tax”), registration costs (“Deed Registry”), insurance of the legal title (“Title Insurance”) and legal and notary fees—there are no additional costs or fees borne by the buyer.

MacEachern's Point Estates

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Lot 1

Dimension: 55.442 m² / 13.7 Acres

Waterfront: Common access

Price:

52.650,00 CAD

34.214,97 EUR

Exchange rate dated 11/09/2020

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Lot 2

Dimension: 31.565 m² / 7.8 Acres

Waterfront: Common access

Price:

45.630,00 CAD

29.652,98 EUR

Exchange rate dated 11/09/2020

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Lot 3

Dimension: 23.472 m² / 5.8 Acres

Waterfront: Common access

Price:

45.630,00 CAD

29.652,98 EUR

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Lot 23

Dimension: 40.064 m² / 9.9 Acres

Waterfront: 235m / 771 ft

Price:

174.330,00 CAD

113.289,58 EUR

Exchange rate dated 11/09/2020

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Lot 25(currently reserved)


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Dimension: 16.997 m² / 4.2 Acres

Waterfront: 125m / 410 ft

Price:

115.830,00 CAD

75.272,94 EUR

Exchange rate dated 11/09/2020

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Lot 26

Dimension: 12.950 m² / 3.2 Acres

Waterfront: 44m / 144 ft

Price:

104.130,00 CAD

67.669,61 EUR

Exchange rate dated 11/09/2020

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Whycocomagh is situated only 10km away and offers shopping, gas stations, pharmacies, schools and kindergartens as well as a post office. The nearest hospitals in Inverness and Port Hawkesbury can be reached in approximately 30 minutes, if necessary. Whycocomagh also borders directly on the reserve of the indigenous Mi’kmaq Indian tribe.

The picturesque harbour town of Baddeck, the centre of the life of Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, is less than 30 minutes away—and so are three regional golf courses and the unique West Atlantic beaches of Port Hood, West Mabou and Inverness.

 

Particularity

A highlight, especially for nature lovers, is the 170-acre wooded lot. The huge forest and hinterland-lot offers nature and hunting enthusiasts a unique retreat for the realization of their dream. The property is characterized by its very dense tree population, some of which are more than 70 years old, and can for example expand into a farm or, if desired, be divided into four to six spacious individual plots.

Environment

Due to its location directly on Portage Road, which was completely modernized in 2013, the area is connected to the Trans Canada Highway, which can be reached in a few minutes.

Environment

Due to its location directly on Portage Road, which was completely modernized in 2013, the area is connected to the Trans Canada Highway, which can be reached in a few minutes.

Whycocomagh is situated only 10km away and offers shopping, gas stations, pharmacies, schools and kindergartens as well as a post office. The nearest hospitals in Inverness and Port Hawkesbury can be reached in approximately 30 minutes, if necessary. Whycocomagh also borders directly on the reserve of the indigenous Mi’kmaq Indian tribe.

The picturesque harbour town of Baddeck, the centre of the life of Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, is less than 30 minutes away—and so are three regional golf courses and the unique West Atlantic beaches of Port Hood, West Mabou and Inverness.

 

Particularity

A highlight, especially for nature lovers, is the 170-acre wooded lot. The huge forest and hinterland-lot offers nature and hunting enthusiasts a unique retreat for the realization of their dream. The property is characterized by its very dense tree population, some of which are more than 70 years old, and can for example expand into a farm or, if desired, be divided into four to six spacious individual plots.