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SALT MARSH (St. Andrews)

1.03 acres residential building lot in the town of St. Andrews. A nature-lovers paradise!

Price: $89,000  (PID: 15202302)
Located near the intersection of Salt Marsh Road and Victoria Terrace

One of the last available building lots in this beautiful area right in town. Easy walking distance to downtown St. Andrews, the public beach at the Pagan Point Nature Preserve (on the Passamaquoddy Bay), the Van Horne Walking Trail and Katy’s Cove.

This neighbourhood offers the perfect balance of “country atmosphere” while maintaining easy access to all town amenities. Serviced by municipal water and sewer.

The subject property is rectangular with good frontage on Salt Marsh Road. The land is subject to a regulated wetlands (not provincially significant) which means that a buyer would be required to apply for a Watercourse and Wetlands Alteration Permit (Wawa) for permission to build in the “buffer zone”.

Any structure/formal landscaping would be required to be built close to the road (subject to municipal bylaws/setbacks and wawa permit). The balance of the property to remain naturalized providing the property owner with ample opportunity to enjoy the local flora and fauna. The area is a haven for songbirds, grey squirrels and whitetail deer.

ABOUT ST. ANDREWS (a.k.a. St. Andrews by-the-sea)

“St. Andrews is truly unique. Considering its relatively small population (1800 according to the last census), this wonderful town boasts a public art gallery, a community college, a national marine research centre, a world class golf course and numerous other amenities often associated with larger centres. St. Andrews represents one of the best-preserved examples of colonial heritage in North America. While maintaining its charm, St. Andrews is also a dynamic, prosperous community. Small town values and friendly neighbours mix easily with a spirited business environment. For the residents of St. Andrews, life is indeed charmed.” Source: