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Lot 1 Clam Harbour Road
35-Halifax County East Clam Bay B0J 1Y0

$49,900
Vacant Land

Main Photo: Lot 1 Clam Harbour Road in Clam Bay: 35-Halifax County East Vacant Land for sale (Halifax-Dartmouth)  : MLS®# 202011095
Photo 1: Lot 1 Clam Harbour Road in Clam Bay: 35-Halifax County East Vacant Land for sale (Halifax-Dartmouth)  : MLS®# 202011095
Photo 2: Lot 1 Clam Harbour Road in Clam Bay: 35-Halifax County East Vacant Land for sale (Halifax-Dartmouth)  : MLS®# 202011095
Status:
Active
Prop. Type:
Vacant Land
MLS® Num:
202011095
Potential to subdivide, close to Calm Harbour Beach site of the annual Sand Castle Contest, close to Highway Number 7, approx 15 minutes to Musquodoboit Village. Less than 10 minutes from Calm Harbour Beach provincial Park. Coastal exploring and natural trails. One hour to Halifax International Airport.
Listing Sub-Area:
35-Halifax County East
Property Type:
Vacant Land
Land Type:
Acreage
Title To Land:
Freehold
Prop Size:
10 to 49.99 Acres
Lot Size:
10 acre(s)
Lot Details:
10 acres
Zoning:
Resource
Water Supply:
None
Sewer:
None
Utilities:
None
Driveway:
None
Partially Cleared, Not Landscaped, Year Round Road
No
10 acres
Assessment:
13900.0
Assessment Year:
2020
Association Fee:
0.0
Betterment Charges:
uk
Possession Info:
Negotiable
Listed Date:
Jun 23, 2020
Days on Mkt:
94
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Data was last updated September 25, 2020 at 11:20 AM (UTC)
Area Statistics
Listings on market:
171
Avg list price:
$54,900
Min list price:
$11,900
Max list price:
$3,900,000
Avg days on market:
382
Min days on market:
2
Max days on market:
4,452
These statistics are generated based on the current listing's property type and located in 35-Halifax County East. Average values are derived using median calculations.
Suzanne  Kapsalis