200-Acre managed woodlot with approximately 1 mile of frontage on the Canaan River which flows into the Washademoak Lake in central New Brunswick within a 1/2 hour drive to Sussex, the Province's 'Dairy Town'. Situated a short distance from the TransCanada Highway, it is within an hour's drive to the three major cities of Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton.
The wood was harvested in the late 1980s and since that time about 20 acres were planted to spruce and pine trees and 160 acres were pre-commerical thinned. There is a good road system through the property and the property lines are readily visible.
The Canaan River is good for canoeing and fishing and the area abounds in deer, moose, bear, partridge, woodcock, geese and ducks. This is an ideal investment opportunity or a place to build a cottage or hunting camp.