Peck’s to Ferris Cove Road, New Brunswick, NB 16640

Peck’s to Ferris Cove Road, New Brunswick, NB 16640

13 acre Timberland

Away and off the beaten track with 4x4 access only via a trail that touches the woodlot at the north boundary line. Here you’ll get away from the everyday and connect with nature. Whether you are looking for a vacation, recreation or outdoor adventure, you will create memories that will last a lifetime.

This woodlot is comprised of small diameter fir with spruce and hardwood. The area surrounding this woodlot was harvested in winter 2012 judging by the cutover. A road was built over lands to the east to access all of the wood. A narrow trail crosses the Seller’s woodlot.

The boundary lines have been established by the adjacent landowners and appear to be in correct places according to Service New Brunswick mapping.

A natural wetlandis located on the property providing a lush habitat for wildlife.

Excellent hunting in the area. Close to the ocean. South of the university town Sackville.

Features at a Glance

Location Details

Address: Peck’s to Ferris Cove Road
Town:nearRockport (Rockport Peninsula) County: Westmorland
Province: New Brunswick
PID: 70228937

Financial Details

Price: $10,000.00
Property Ta (2013): $79.00


Property type: Woodlot
Size: 13 acres or 52.611 m2
Access:by four wheeler trail now
No Services.
Timber: Some spruce and hardwood mixed in. The wood is young and has reached approx. 6 to 7 inches average diameter at breast height. Some harvestable timber.
Directions:From Sackville drivesouth on Route 935 to Rockport,
approx. 30 minutes. Take Peck’s to Ferris Cove Road to the woodlot.
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Rockport is the site of early settlement in Westmorland County, New Brunswick on the Maringouin Peninsula which lies between Shepody Bay and Cumberland Basin and at the northern end of Chignecto Bay. All three bodies of water are extensions of the Bay of Fundy. Other former hamlets or villages on the peninsula include Upper and Lower Rockport, Slacks Cove, Pink Rock, Hard Ledge, and Johnson's Mills. Sandstone and gypsum quarrying was the mainstay of the economy.

In 1763 immigrants from Swansea, Massachusetts landed at Slacks Cove and went on to establish the first Baptist church. A lighthouse, now-defunct, was built at Wards Point in 1890 and moved to Pecks Point in 1908.

Sackville (5600) is a charming town with historic homes, great shopping, galleries, Live Bait Theatre, hospital, airport, Waterfowl Park, Tantramar Marsh, and modern amenities.

Mount Allison University (also Mount A or MTA) is a primarily undergraduate Canadian liberal arts and science university situated in Sackville, New Brunswick. With a combination of historical architecture and modern facilities as well as its well-kept grounds, the campus is among the most beautiful in Canada.  - cite_note-2It has been ranked first in the country for 16 of the last 22 years by Maclean's magazine (in the category of "primarily undergraduate" universities) and given top ratings in Maclean's annual alumni survey.

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