Forestry and Development Land on Wentworth & Spider Lake

Nova Scotia | Canada East/Central

South-facing Peninsula with Private Lake

Wentworth Lake Peninsula
Promising wonderful views of nearby Wentworth Lake, the south-facing Wentworth Lake Peninsula lends itself perfectly to the development of a small community of log-cabins, whilst also offering huge forestry potential.   Connected to both the electricity and the telephone networks and boasting a high-speed internet connection, the property – located towards the east of Highway 340 is easily accessible via nearby Orchard Lane.

Spider / Seal Lake
The approximately 160 hectare peninsula is made all the more impressive by the fact that it includes its own private lake – Spider Lake. A further lake – Seal Lake – can be found towards the south-west of the property, whereas the western side consists entirely of crownland – land under the protection of the local government.

Development Potential / Forestry Revenues
The peninsula itself has a great development potential and could easily be divided into separate parcels (in order to facilitate the construction of high-value lakeside homes, for example). The land situated away from the water’s edge could also be developed for forestry use. Based on the current market rates for cutting naturally renewable wood, developers could look to earn CAD 15,000 per year.

Location
The properties are located in Digby County, just 50 km away from the district capitals of Yarmouth and Digby. Further shopping opportunities can be found in the coastal town of Meteghan (25 km), whereas a series of convenience stores are on hand in the neighbouring town of New Tusket.

Surface area / Water-frontage

• Wentworth Peninsula
o 697,298 m²
o 3,540 m water-frontage

• Spider Lake / Seal Lake
o 1,630,860 m²
o approx. 2,300 m water-frontage

The peninsula measures approximately 160 acres, whereas the forest land is approximately 70 hectares in size and is home to an old, high-value tree stock (mixed forestland made up of fir trees, maple trees and birch trees etc.).

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