0 Long Pond Road ,
MLS ® 1130054
Large (15-16 acres) of land community known as the `brown`s farm`. This land was originally used as a farm land. It was also used in the 1800`s as a plantation and then had one of the first quartz crushing mills in newfoundland. It is accessible by road and adjacent to utility poles. A very quiet and peaceful area that has brooks and streams nearby as well as the old train track and lots of good fishing. Great view of brigus and surrounding areas.
15-16 ACRES APPROX.
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No sewage system
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Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Eastern Edge Realty Ltd. - Bay Roberts
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