Lake Properties on Lac a Pic

Nova Scotia | Canada East/Central

17,3 acres property in South-/West direction with 80 m of lakeside water-frontage (Lot 8 and 8c), private road, power

Forming one of the most beautiful bodies of water in Yarmouth’s picturesque Lake District, the incredible Lac a Pic is found to the south of Nova Scotia, basking in the warm temperatures this region has to offer.

The plot boundaries of two lots have been measured by an authorized individual, with the aisles and other boundary markings officially registered to cover an area of 70,000 square meters with an incredible 80 m of lakeside water-frontage. The impressive plots positively invite investors to develop a charming log cabin along the shore. Indeed, the conditions couldn’t be better. With planning permission for a log cabin or similar property already in place, and thanks to its south-westerly direction, the Great Yarmouth waterside estate is perfectly set up to enjoy unforgettable sunsets over Lac a Pic. A small docking area could also be constructed here, bringing you one step closer to the magical colors of dusk.

Another of this property’s many advantages is its excellent infrastructure. Already supplied with both a phone line and electricity, the Lac a Pic lot is extremely well connected and easily accessible from a number of Nova Scotia’s commercial hubs. A mere 25 minute car journey connects interested parties with Yarmouth and the southern coast of Nova Scotia, whereas the provincial capital, Halifax, is a mere 300 km away. With the addition of a ferry service connecting Yarmouth to the United States, the location of this lakeside lot is only going to gain in prestige. Soon, interested parties will be able to reach their new home from the states of Maine, Portland and beyond, either by making use of the highway network, the ferry services or the nearby Yarmouth International Airport.

Measuring an impressive 3.8 km x 640 m at its longest and widest points, the lake itself offers plenty in the way of relaxation and watersports opportunities. With water temperatures climbing to 27°C in the summer months, it’s possible to bathe in the clear waters of Lac a Pic until early October. Unlike central or western Canada, Nova Scotia enjoys a mild climate similar to that of Southern Europe. In fact, Canada’s Atlantic province actually enjoys more hours of sunshine than the likes of the French Riviera and the Cote d’Azur. The region’s array of recreation activities go further to showcase Yarmouth’s many attractions. With plenty of shops, supermarkets, pubs, restaurants and cultural establishments such as museums, there’s always something to do here. Practical concerns are also taken care of by abundance of local doctors and the close proximity to Great Yarmouth’s hospital.

The grounds are divided into two lots (Lot 8 and Lot 8c – 12.57 acres and 4.73 acres respectively) by a private road, Mushpauk Road. The neighboring properties are mostly developed, with some lots already built upon. Electricity and telephone connections run along the Mushpauk Road (6008 Road).


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