This property consists of 50 acres of cleared land with gorgeous views of the ocean and surrounding hills. The property fronts on Highway 219, the coast (and scenic) road from Inverness to Margaree Harbour. 10 miles south to Inverness, several sand beaches are a few minutes away. Directly offshore is Margaree (aka Seawolf) Island. Property includes part of a lake.
Dramatic oceanfront property on the renowned Sight Point Road, a famous wilderness area known for its rugged hills, cliffside beaches and hiking trails. But on this property you are only half a km off the paved Banks Road, and 5 minutes to Inverness
Entering this spectacular 70 acre property you climb a winding wooded driveway to emerge hundreds of feet above Lake Ainslie onto a pastoral scene of grassy meadows and woods, with panoramic views of the lake from end to end. Hard to imagine the views from up here high above the lake
This company house - half of the duplex - is in poor shape, but included in the property is the adjacent lot. So what is for sale here is one side of the duplex plus an additional, buildable, lot. Large mature trees on the property.
Nothing like this is available near Inverness! A huge tract of land, going to the ocean, in the sought-after area known as Broad Cove Marsh (though there is no marshland on this property!). Fronting on two roads - a scenic gravel coast road (Marsh Road) and the paved Highway 19 - the property is just 4 km up the coast from Cabot Cliffs golf course, attracting much attention in the golfing world. Tremendous development potential here.
This is the only lot available in the most sought-after location in Inverness: Harbour Heights Road. Views over Inverness beach, the harbour, the ocean, Margaree Island and Cabot Links. 3.26 acres of meadow, trees and wild roses. The Harbour Heights road has a handful of prestige homes, with this lot being the only remaining undeveloped property.
This spectacular location high on a bluff overlooks Cabot Cliffs golf course (opened July 2015). Views from these south facing slopes are to the east, south and west, and cover the entire bay wherein lies the town of Inverness, the 3 miles of beach, the ocean and the Cabot golf courses.