1610, 1612, 1614 Shore Road
For Sale: $549,000
Building Size: 4,006 SF over 3 detached buildings
Lot Size: 41,082 SF (0.94 Acres, 2 parcels)
- Building 1: 1610 Shore Rd | 1612 Shore Road
Ground floor commercial
2nd floor residential 2 bedroom flat rental unit
- Building 2: 1610 Shore Road
- Building 3: 1614 Shore Road
3 Bedroom flat residential rental unit
- Building 1 and 3 renovated between 2013-2016
- Gravel graded, partially fenced
- C-2 Eastern Passage/Cow Bay Zoning
1610, 1612 & 1614 Shore Road, Eastern Passage are across the street from Fisherman's Cove; a collection of small shops restored from a 200 year old fishing village, with a boardwalk and dock area. Fisherman's Cove includes restaurants and shops such us Boondocks, Heritage Centre, By the Ocean Art, Kattuk Expeditions, Coffee Tea & Sea, Jo's Candy, The Inn at Fisherman's Cove and many others.
Eastern Passage is a growing mid-sized community on the Eastern Shore forming part of the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, and lies along the Atlantic Ocean, at the eastern side of the mouth of Halifax Harbour. Eastern Passage has historically been tied to the fishing industry and is largely used by small recreational boats and fishing vessels during inclement weather as McNabs Island and Lawlor Island afford shelter from prevailing winds. Its waterfront has several small wharves and piers.
The construction of CFB Shearwater, a military air base, at the northern boundary of the community during World War I, along with the construction of the Imperial Oil (later Esso) and Texaco (later Ultramar) oil refinery and an automobile import/export facility following World War II redefined the local economy. New highway connections have resulted in the majority of area residents commuting to Downtown Halifax or Dartmouth.
* Population (2006): 13,000+
* Total Area: 29.38 km²
For additional information:
- Investment Property: Yes
- 05Primary Agent: Phil
- 02For Sale (type Yes or leave blank): yes
- 01Price: $549,000
- 04Space: 4,006 SF over 3 Buildings