Sydney… the ocean gateway to scenic Cape Breton Island
With the recent resurgence of Canada’s Atlantic provinces, I believe that over the course of the next 5 years, Sydney will be come into prominence as the further-most eastern gateway city anchoring the northern region of Nova Scotia. Along with the mid-island capital city of Halifax & the southern anchor city of Yarmouth, Sydney will witness an unprecedented & dynamic cultural & economic renaissance that is already well underway.
Eldorado Land Company is offering the first 5 inner-city lots for the introductory-level price of: $5,950. (CDN)
A total of 45 (approx: 4000 – 4700 sq. ft.) lots will be released over the course of 5 phases.
*Financing: Phase #1 lots can be financed with a 25% down-payment, amortized over a 3 year term – request a finance package
Phase #1 Lots: 5 Lots (SOLD OUT)
Lot #1-1 (PID: 15148356) – Sold
Lot #1-2 (PID: 15148349) – Sold
Lot #1-3 (PID: 15148331) – $5950.00 (Conditional Offer)
Lot #1-4 (PID: 15148364) – Sold
Lot #1-5 (PID: 15148323) – Sold
Phases #2 Lots: 5 of10 lots (Released)
Lot #2-1 (PID: 15148414) – $9950.00 (CDN)
Lot #2-2 (PID: 15148398) – $9950.00 (CDN)
Lot #2-3 (PID: 15148380) – $9950.00 (CDN)
Lot #2-4 (PID: 15149412) – Sold
Lot #2-5 (PID: 15148372) – $9950.00 (CDN)
Street View of Subject Area
Street View of Subject Area
Comparable lot prices in the area are at a minimum 30% higher & has the prospect of doubling & even tripling, when town services are extended throughout the greater Whitney Pier district
Phases #3 thru #5 – 10 lots each (To be Announced)
Map – Sydney/Whitney Pier
Ariel View of Subject Lots
An ‘exciting time’ for Cape Breton as mini building boom gets underway
With five major publicly funded construction projects in the works worth about $1 billion, Cape Breton Regional Municipality in Nova Scotia, and its population of roughly 95,000, is poised for a mini economic boom.
Sydney is the historic capital of Cape Breton and largest urban centre on the island. From the harbourfront boardwalk complete with buskers and visiting cruise ships to the world’s largest fiddle…
It also boasts a convenient proximity to all the major attractions on the Island like the world famous Cabot Trail, Fortress of Louisbourg, the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in the beautiful village of Baddeck, and 6 amazing golf courses.
Cape Breton Island’s story is told in many ways. It’s etched in her craggy cliffs. Written in the trails that marble her face. Spoken in three languages and celebrated in her music and dance. Alive in the millennia’s old history of Unama’ki—Cape Breton Island’s true name, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaw People.
To know our Island is to know she’s an unyielding beauty, one which breeds a fierce spirit, resolute pride, and resilient communities knit together by tradition. Pjila’si, Cíad Míle Fáilte, Bienvenue—welcome to a place loved by many and home to a lucky few.
The Skyline Trail features a dramatic headland cliff that overlooks the rugged coast – this trail may be one of Atlantic Canada’s most photographed locations. Watch for whales in the Gulf of St. Lawrence from the viewing decks. Moose, bald eagles, bears, and numerous boreal birds live in this habitat.
Whitney Pier is an urban neighbourhood in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. It is a triangle-shaped area north of the Muggah Creek estuary running along the eastern shore of Sydney Harbour. Prior to municipal amalgamation in 1995 which saw the formation of CBRM, Whitney Pier was a neighbourhood on the northern boundary of the former City of Sydney.
As the largest urban area on Cape Breton and the island’s historical capital, Sydney is the perfect mix of metropolitan charm and down home hospitality.
As with many Nova Scotian communities on the ocean, the heart of Sydney is its waterfront. On a warm, summer evening it’s a great place to go for a walk, stop to watch to a busker and to watch ships in the harbour…
…Along the way, be sure to get your photo taken beside the world’s largest fiddle, built in recognition of Cape Breton’s musical talent.
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