21+ acres with private fishing rights

Exclusive $340,000

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Snowmobiling, four-wheeling, hunting, and some of the finest Atlantic Salmon fishing along the Main Southwest Miramichi River … This is just a glimpse into the lifestyle to be enjoyed from XX Underwood Drive.

A majestic tree-lined driveway leads to the lot where you’ll find 21.2 acres and 2150 square feet of waterfront in beautiful Blackville, New Brunswick (considered the “Salmon Fishing Capital of the Miramichi”). The opportunities are unlimited! Build the ultimate fishing lodge, family cottage or snowmobiling retreat. The property could easily be subdivided into smaller lots for investment purposes, too (town sewerage available).

Located on the Main Southwest Miramichi River, directly across from Doctor’s Island, the lot comes with private fishing rights and is set on a salmon run providing excellent angling. During the winter months, hop on the snowmobile and head out from your own front door. The main groomed snowmobile trail runs up the side of the property. Head to Bathurst, Campbellton, Quebec … adventure awaits!

While you will undoubtedly feel like you are tucked away in your own private paradise, the property is conveniently located mere minutes from downtown Blackville where there is a grocery store, liquor store, gas station, plus.

For Atlantic Salmon fishing enthusiasts in search of their own private pool, the land is less than a 30-minute drive from Newcastle (with an airport!) and one hour from Bathurst, Moncton, Fredericton and two hours from Saint John.

Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to own private fishing rights on the Main South West Miramichi River – renowned for Atlantic Salmon fishing. The ultimate in outdoor living is yours to be had. Call Katherine Bacon, designated Global Luxury Specialist™ at 506-650-8575 Voice/Text, 506-849-1678 Office and 1-877-676-0300 Toll Free Across North America.