Big La Mouna Island Properties

Nova Scotia | Canada East/Central

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You could potentially invest in this private island. We offer attractive building lots with direct water frontage on a 370,000 sqm island. You and a maximum of 33 other families can be part-owners of an island in one of the largest and most beautiful lakes in Nova Scotia, with connections to electricity, water and internet, as well as a boat mooring.

Ponhook Lake is the largest and most popular lake in Nova Scotia with hundreds of hidden coves, peninsulas and islands. Pure nature with clear waters and a magnificent old tree population await you here. Immerse yourself incomplete calm close to the well-known Kejimkujik National Park. A natural gem can be found near the shoreline: the private island Big La Mouna, 370,000 sqm and subdivided into 34 waterfront lots, all of which can be built upon.

The latest in environmental technology will be installed for power and sewage and a mobile phone network ensures the availability of telephone and internet. A boat mooring is situated on the opposite-lying mainland. The enchanting lake scenery of Ponhook Lake with its variety of leisure-time possibilities is a delight. The lake is a paradise for sailing, fishing, surfing, bathing and motorboat enthusiasts from April until October. In the winter months, conditions are top for cross-country skiing.

No.Size in qmSize in totalWaterfront in m/totalPrice
D5,364 70/324 
D4,987 44/234 
D6,155 56/234 
D6,12422,63064/234CAD 100,000 +transfer cost
E8,541 58/265 
E10,968 77/265 
E9,975 61/265 
E9,85839,34269/265CAD 100,000 +transfer cost
F9,870 99/304 
F7,038 70/304 
F7,398 66/304 
F7,43531,74169/304CAD 100,000 +transfer cost
G7,332 62/277 
G7,156 66/277 
G7,090 70/277 
G6,93428,51279/277CAD 100,000 +transfer cost
H approx. 46,18085CAD 91,000 +transfer cost
I approx. 38,390138CAD 95,000 +transfer cost

 

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