Robertsons Point

New Brunswick | Canada East/Central

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  • Size approx. 5 acres
  • Price
    • CAD 3,750,000
    • EUR 2,436,806
    • USD 2,829,375
    • CYP 2,436,806
    • GBP 2,171,681
    • SEK 25,128,338
    • CHF 2,829,375
    • AUD 3,848,691
    • BRL 10,917,863
    • NZD 4,185,213
    • FJD 2,436,806
  • Location near Saint John
  • Country/State New Brunswick
  • Region Canada East/Central

A private island with year-round access and city conveniences in Saint John. This luxurious estate property offers you all the security and privacy of island living. You have all the convenience and ease of quick year-round access to downtown!

This island has 300 meters of shoreline and is almost entirely surrounded by water. It incorporates approximately 5 acres of high land (the main point) on which to build your new home. The private access road is on a causeway that crosses the lower land. The lower land is covered with water during the spring freshet but is a haven for ducks, blue heron, deer and other wildlife for much of the year. Your private roadway is high and accessible all year. The main building site has underground power and telephone lines already installed in protective ducts. This property is zoned for rural residential use.

The property is mostly wooded, featuring native hardwood and evergreen trees including oak, jack pine, white pine, fir, spruce, cedar, birch and maple. Much of the shoreline is rocky and there are two lovely sandy beaches plus a large gravel beach perfect for swimming and launching your canoe. A fabulous home-site area is already cleared and excavated in the rock, offering over 270-degree water views.

The Royal Kennebecasis Yacht Club anchorage is your neighbor to the east. Access to the Atlantic Ocean is just 3 miles from the site via the Saint John River. Saint John is a city rich in culture with its Scottish, Irish, English and Acadian heritage. It is the first incorporated city in Canada and is located in New Brunswick in Maritime Canada, bordering the provinces of Quebec and Nova Scotia and the state of Maine.

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