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Reids Island - Canada, Nova Scotia

We are pleased to announce to you the sale of Reids Island covering over 82 hectares. It is located on the east coast of Canada’s second smallest province of Nova Scotia, directly opposite the picturesque villages of Holland Harbour and Bickerton West.

Reids Island is an uninhabited island, flanked by a gravel coastline and the deep blue ocean, in which whales, seals and dolphins can be seen. A large part of its area is occupied by a huge natural lake and dense coniferous forests, which in some places pass into grassy plains. The island also includes land on the mainland with an access road near the pier, from where the island is reached in only a few minutes by boat.

The local climate is influenced by the proximity of the continent and two sea currents, the cold Labrador and the warm Gulf. As a result, the weather is very variable, with frequent showers. Average winter temperatures range from 0 °C to minus 15 °C; in summer they reach a pleasant 20 °C to 25 °C. The ideal months for a visit to the island are therefore May to October, when the weather is warmer and the days are longer than the nights.

The island offers great potential for further development, not only thanks to its easy access from the mainland, but as well as to the beautiful pristine natural surroundings and impressive seascape. In addition, there are plenty of interesting places to visit in the island’s vicinity, whether traditional fishing villages, majestic lighthouses on cliffs and national parks with a number of hiking trails. And since Nova Scotia is also renowned for its garden-fresh cuisine, fine wine and good beer, all gourmets will also be in their element here.

Current price list and more information on request HERE

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