Wolter Land Estates Ltd. is a family owned and operated business with close to 40 years experience providing quality land throughout the Maritime Provinces.
We can partner with you to select the perfect property for your future family getaway, land investment, retirement or recreational property. There is no better time to buy land in Canada. If you see a property that perks your interest, we encourage you to contact us today about securing your land.
Land in Canada is a good investment, now and for your future.
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- Two year property exchange option
- No requirements to build or improve your land
- All properties have been personally inspected
- We own all the properties we sell
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This is a good sized parcel fronting Beaver Lane, Marshalltown Road and Middle Crossing Road, minutes from the Town of Digby and the Bay of Fundy. 6 acres serviced with electricity and phone. Click the picture for additional details.
A nice parcel located on the New Brunswick Provincial Route # 15. This parcel is just minutes from the Village of Port Elgin and also minutes from the warm Ocean waters of the Northumberland Strait. Click the image for more information. --- Sorry this property is SOLD ---
This is a property which is big in appeal. Located at Doucettville, along French Road in Digby County, Nova Scotia, this half acre property borders the Wallace Branch Sissiboo River where your chances of getting a bite are good! Within easy reach of the towns of Weymouth and Digby as well as the magnificent Bay of Fundy.
Over 8 acres of beautifully treed land along Targettville Road, perfectly suited for recreation. Build your private retreat, camp site, hobby farm and enjoy the tranquil natural setting. Surveyed and well marked the property measures 368 feet x 997 feet. A fantastic location for the outdoorsman and excellent investment in Canadian land. Pine, spruce, fir, hemlock, oak, birch, poplar and maple are growing here. Just a short distance from the Richibuctou River.