On the Scene with Sandy Lavigne


0 540 Route Maxwell, New Brunswick E7N 2M7



1500 acres of diverse natural habitat with a rare combination of environmental features: 550 acres of marketable woodland-typical Acadian mixed forest (Balsam Fir, REd Spruce, White Spruce, Black Spruce, White Pine, Eastern Hemlock, Eastern White Cedar, Red Maple, Poplar, and Birch). 400 acres of mineable peat moss - this property was surveyed for peat quality and volume by the provincial government in the late seventies. These bogs are the gold standard for carbon sequestration and would lend themselves to being sold as carbon credits. The bog is home to many rare plants (Sheep Laurel, Labrador Tea, Rhododendron and two carnivorous plants - Pitcher Plant and Sundew). 200 acres of commercially thinned forest - several plots throughout the property have been thinned under the supervision of the YSC Forest Products Marketing Board. 350 acres of swampy wetland - if you want wildlife, water is a must. There are several swamps throughout the property. The eastern part of the property fronts a maintained paved road for 2000 feet. This allows easy access to the property and its many trails. The western boundary is defined by Monument Stream and extends for 8000 feet. This is also the border between Canada and the United States. The stream houses many native fish including speckled trout. In the heart of this wilderness property is Lincoln Pond, a 7-acre moose and waterfowl habitat that is a beehive of animal activity. Only a thirty-minute drive from Woodstock. (id:42007)

Property Details

MLS® Number NB042926
Property Type Vacant Land
Water Front Name Monument Stream


Fireplace Present No
Type Recreational
Utility Water None


Acreage Yes
Sewer No Sewage System
Size Irregular 1503 Acres
Size Total Text 1503 Acres|100+ Acres



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