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The Orchards occupies 89 acres of rolling woodlands and meadows in the historic village of Mount Uniacke.  Located at the gateway to the Annapolis Valley, this prestigious new subdivision presents a choice of wooded or meadowland homesites.

Just 12 minutes from Bedford and half hour drive from Halifax, Mount Uniacke's population is rapidly growing with more people and developers recognizing its convenient proximity and unique beauty.  The Orchards offers spectacular views of the Sackville River Valley.  Enjoy the lifestyle values of rural Nova Scotia and the security of protective covenants to protect your investment.  Affordably priced, yet exclusively designated just for you.  Escape the higher taxes of the HRM and move across the county line to the Municipality of East Hants.

The Orchards offers 28 estates sized building lots for your custom designed home.  The lots range in size from 1.2 acres to over 3.5 acres.  Lot prices start at $59,900.00.  All lots are approved for onsite septic disposal systems.  Some lots border the beautiful Sackville River, while others feature lovely hillside views of the surrounding countryside.  A few of the riverside lots are allocated for horse stables. This subdivision is perfect for the equestrian crowd.  A section of the property borders the railway which has been designated for future development as part of the cross Canada recreation trail.

You will not find a more convenient location to build your dream home.  Located in the historical and established village of Mount Uniacke, local amenities include an elementary school, churches, a pharmacy, medical offices, an NSLC, a 9 hole golf course, parks, equestrian centers, and the Uniacke House Historic Museum.  The Cobequid Multi-Service Centre is just 17 kms from The Orchards.  Skiers will enjoy the close proximity of Ski Martock, while commuters will appreciate the quick commute to Halifax along the divided highway 101.  Future development 5 minutes away will include a large grocery store and mall.

The Orchards 2016