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By Larry Estabrooks, 100% representation means NEVER DUAL AGENCY !
(Independent Real Estate Agent)
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Now asking only $114,900. Too late, now SOLD Excellent residential or COMMERCIAL use opportunity on the corner of Route 530 and the Saint-Marcel Road, this former store and home could be used for a business, family home, bed and breakfast. Most recently operated as the Black Anchor Bed & Breakfast and antiques. Some renovations done in recent years such as some vinyl windows. Over 3,000 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. See the websites below for more info. http://grandedigue.com/        or my    Facebook Moncton real estate page
By Larry Estabrooks, 100% representation means NEVER DUAL AGENCY !
(Independent Real Estate Agent)
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The coast of New Brunswick along the Northumberland Strait offers the warmest seaside water temperatures in the Summer months of all the East coast beaches north of Virginia. This seaside chalet is located in Grande-Digue, Kent County, New Brunswick - just a thirty minute drive from the Moncton International Airport and fifteen minutes from Shediac. This area of Grande-Digue is uncrowded, unspoiled and serene. Find more information and video on the web at www.GrandeDigue.info *Update - there is now a pending sale on this seaside property. If you would like some help finding the seaside property of your dreams then please contact me about my services to Buyers.  
By Living Spaces, Interiors, Local Support, Global Concerns
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"Allo! ..hI'me 'ome!"  My very fond memories of the Acadian culture in the Maritimes was highlighted at Bouctouche (book-tush) New Brunswick. The site of the delightful village setting here is based on a book called 'La Sagouine' by Antonine Maillet, originally of France. and built on Flea Island, which was formerly thought good for nothing, but fleas ( I believe these fleas were ficticious!) If you've heard of French Canadians who rudely ignore you if you don't speak French, THEY WERE NOT HERE! My first time in French speaking culture, the locals very graciously spoke English to me, as in my limited verse, I pleaded "escuse moi, non Francais...". The fictional book La Saquoine, (a washerwoman) based on actual characters in the town of Bouctouche, has become famous with plays held inte...

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