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Organic land, forest, community or organic growers, $100K+ income potential, affordability, sustainable, yoga studio, off-grid, forest school, retreat, clean air & water, farm to table, private overnight guest-rooms and more!

There are currently 5 purchasing options.
1. Land per acre. $10K,
2. About 45 acres + a cottage & another outbuilding. $230K,
3. The cottage & the outbuilding on about 1 acre. $32K. As of right now there is option to purchase additional adjoining acres, up to about 44.
4. The new main-building on about 5 acres + it's gardens & the new gathering place. $350K
Or
5. The entire 50 acres, gardens & all 4 structures, as the property is currently not divided. $520K

The prices are in CND$.
Will not hold the mortgage/owner finance/rent-to-own,.......
Preferably no bank involvement.


You can find more information and pictures on our website under the navigation tabs "Gallery", "For sale" & "Blog"(Featured Posts). We also now offer "coaching/Consultation" to anyone considering a lifestyle change. You can find more on that on the blog as well.
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Beautiful. Just gorgeous.

I was out that way with family just last summer, and it's definitely worth the drive.

I would totally pack up and move out there, but unfortunately, I would require bank involvement, as I am not independently wealthy.

I guess I'll just put that in the same category as the Blueberry Farm in Annapolis Valley, NS.

Good luck. I hope you make out well, and find someone suitable to steward the land.

-CK
 
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Chris Kott wrote:Beautiful. Just gorgeous.

I was out that way with family just last summer, and it's definitely worth the drive.

I would totally pack up and move out there, but unfortunately, I would require bank involvement, as I am not independently wealthy.

I guess I'll just put that in the same category as the Blueberry Farm in Annapolis Valley, NS.

Good luck. I hope you make out well, and find someone suitable to steward the land.

-CK



Thank you!
The less bank involvement the better. Less impositions, less interest, making the corporations wealthier,....
Have you considered instead to get friends or relatives on board? If you are good with or are on social media, this property could pay for itself in 5 years of less.
Thanks again for the kind words,

Darius
 
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