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LOT 11 BLUE BAY Drive
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LOT 11 BLUE BAY Drive
Rustico, Prince Edward Island C0A1N0

MLS® Number: 202002698
Vacant Land
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Description

Welcome to Heritage Heights PEI, the Island's newest water front - year round subdivision. Located in the beautiful Anglo Rustico overlooking the Barachois Beach, one of the Island's best kept secrets, with miles of private white sand beach. The only North Shore beach for miles in either direction which is not part of the National Park. Great for swimming, walking, clamming, etc. Approximately 20 minutes to Charlottetown and minutes to all the great things the North Shore has to offer; restaurants, groceries, gym, multiple golf courses, beaches, trails, fishing and waterpark all within a few minutes drive. Sit back and watch the amazing colourful sunsets. The subdivision sits high on a hill with a gentle slope down to the water. Lots are large and well planned. Build your dream home or summer getaway. No PCDS, property being sold 'as is where is'. All measurements are approximate and should be verified by purchaser(s). (223570577)

Location Description

West on RTE 6 from Charlottetown, right onto Church Road, Blue Bay Drive is on the right just past Arcadia Lane.

Property Summary

Property Type
Vacant Land
Community Name
Rustico
Title
Freehold
Land Size
1.72 acres|1 - 3 acres
Parking Type
None

Building

Building Features
Features
Level lot, Sloping, Rolling
Utilities
Utility Sewer
No sewage system
Water
None
Parking
Parking Type
None

Land

Lot Features
Land Disposition
Cleared
View
Ocean view, View of water
Other Property Information
Easements
None
Waterfront Features
Waterfront
Waterfront
Data provided by: Prince Edward Island Real Estate Association 75 St Peter's Road, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island C1A 5N7

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