Great Investment Opportunity - Handyman Special in Beaver Bank, NS

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Information about Great Investment Opportunity - Handyman Special in Beaver Bank, NS

Published on November 1, 2016

Author: SupercityRealty

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1. 1116 Beaver Bank Road Beaver Bank, NS B4G 1B1 MLS# 201622969 Great Investment Opportunity. This Property is being sold Under Power of Sale. There is no history available for utilities, or taxes or location certificate. Private yet close to all amenities. Priced to sell!!View today. Great potential with good bones. Needs that TLC and vision to make your own. Call (902) 452 1639 for more details. 128 Chain Lake Drive, Halifax, NS, B3S 1A2 t: (902) 450-5752 f: (902) 450-5753 All information in this feature package is deemed reliable but not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Neither listing broker(s) nor Coldwell Banker Supercity Realty shall be responsible for any typographical errors, misprints and shall be held totally harmless Proudly Presents

2. Location Sackville Drive to Beaver Bank Road.

3. About The Area Beaver Bank is a suburban community northeast of Lower Sackville on the Beaver Bank Road (Route 354) within the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada. It is about 35 kilometres from the City of Halifax. The community of Beaver Bank dates back to 1776 when Loyalists from Boston John Henry Barnstead and his mother, Mary Brown Parcel Barnstead, arrived there. After the War of 1812 George and John Barrett, shopkeepers from Blackthorn, Oxford, England arrived and in 1816, the Fultz family were granted a thousand acres (4 km²) of land. A museum bears their name in nearby Lower Sackville. Beaver Bank is often misspelled as“Beaverbank”as it was misprinted on provincial signs for much of the 1980s and 1990s. After the community rallied together in protest for many years, the province re-issued the signs with the correct spelling. There are still some signs in the province have not been fixed. As some early texts such as newspapers spelled Beaver Bank as one word, many of the older residents still consider that spelling to be correct. Perfectly positioned for country living and in close proximity to Lower Sackville and al its amenities Beavear Bank has many popular subdivisions. Local facilities include: • Chen’s Convenience - located on cross-section between Beaver Bank Road and Woodbine Drive (recently renamed Welkin Drive). • Beaver Bank Guardian Pharmacy - located near Beaver Bank Pizza - 309 Beaver Bank Road. • Hartlen’s Wilsons - located in Northern Beaver Bank, approximately two miles past Kinsac. • Beaver Bank Pizza - located on the cross-section between Beaver Bank Road and Woodbine Avenue. • Foosing Chinese Restaurant - located before the Beaver Bank Pharmacy. • Lost Creek Golf Club: an 18-hole championship golf course within a residential community - located in Lost Creek Subdivision. • Emerson Ridge Driving Range - Located across from the Beaver Bank Brown Hall and ches Variety Store on the Beaver Bank Road. Local Schools: Beaver Bank - Kinsac Elementary School - Grades K-6 Beaver Bank Monarch - Drive Elementary School - Grades K-6 Harold T. Barrett Junior High School - Grades 7-8 Sackville High School - In Lower Sackville - Grades 9-12 Millwood High School - In Lower Sackville - Grades 9-12

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