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Lot 21-3 Alma Road
108-Rural Pictou County Loch Broom B0K 2A0

$23,900
Vacant Land

Main Photo: Lot 21-3 Alma Road in Loch Broom: 108-Rural Pictou County Vacant Land for sale (Northern Region)  : MLS®# 202201216
Photo 1: Lot 21-3 Alma Road in Loch Broom: 108-Rural Pictou County Vacant Land for sale (Northern Region)  : MLS®# 202201216
Photo 2: Lot 21-3 Alma Road in Loch Broom: 108-Rural Pictou County Vacant Land for sale (Northern Region)  : MLS®# 202201216
Photo 3: Lot 21-3 Alma Road in Loch Broom: 108-Rural Pictou County Vacant Land for sale (Northern Region)  : MLS®# 202201216
Status:
Active
Prop. Type:
Vacant Land
MLS® Num:
202201216
If you are looking for the perfect spot to build your next home, look no further! This 2.2 Acre lot is located on the Alma Road in Loch Broom. The lot is wooded, making it ideal to clear what you would like and maintain some privacy.
Listing Sub-Area:
108-Rural Pictou County
Property Type:
Vacant Land
Land Type:
Vacant Lot(s)
Title To Land:
Freehold
Prop Size:
1 to 2.99 Acres
Lot Size:
2.22 acre(s)
Zoning:
Rural
Water Supply:
None
Sewer:
None
Utilities:
None
Driveway:
None
Sloping/Terraced, Wooded/Treed
No
Land Registration
Listed Date:
Jan 25, 2022
Days on Mkt:
121
  • Photo 1: Lot 21-3 Alma Road in Loch Broom: 108-Rural Pictou County Vacant Land for sale (Northern Region)  : MLS®# 202201216
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  • Photo 2: Lot 21-3 Alma Road in Loch Broom: 108-Rural Pictou County Vacant Land for sale (Northern Region)  : MLS®# 202201216
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  • Photo 3: Lot 21-3 Alma Road in Loch Broom: 108-Rural Pictou County Vacant Land for sale (Northern Region)  : MLS®# 202201216
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Data was last updated May 26, 2022 at 06:30 AM (UTC)
Area Statistics
Listings on market:
103
Avg list price:
$49,000
Min list price:
$6,900
Max list price:
$1,000,000
Avg days on market:
104
Min days on market:
7
Max days on market:
2,117
These statistics are generated based on the current listing's property type and located in 108-Rural Pictou County. Average values are derived using median calculations.
Chris Sharpe