ALL ABOUT TABUSINTAC AND THE OCEAN AREA: The first of the five waterways off the Miramichi Bay, is the Tabusintac River on which the village of Tabusintac is situated. Off the shore of Tabusintac, towards the gulf, there is a line of sandy beaches or islands separated by the occasional gully. Between these beaches and the mainland, there is a lagoon. Near the middle of the lagoon, exists the broad mouth of the Tabusintac River. Travelling up the river, you can see the many coves and creeks along it's banks. The head of the tidewaters is almost fifteen miles from the sea.
Dr. W. F. Ganong describes this area above the tidewaters as being "a clear and swift but smooth river of great charm, winding in a deep valley cut in places over one hundred feet below a plateau country". The river abounds in sea trout and salmon, and the lush forest is full in timber.
Tabusintac's most important natural resources are fishing, farming, lumbering and peatmoss. The first inhabitants of this area were the Micmac from whom the name of Tabusintac originated. "Tabusintac" is derived from the Micmac word "Taboosinkek" which means "place where two are". Rounding Wishart's Point, one can see the significance of this name where you can see French Cove and the main river opening up like two large and equal sized rivers to meet the Atlantic Ocean.
Along this river, the Micmac had three main villages - on Cains, Wishart's and Indian Point. Evidence of their inhabitation in these areas has been found in old remnants. Eventually, these tribes moved on to better grounds as European settlers (both English & French) moved in.
In the 1790's the French and English arrived and settled simultaneously in this area. The first French settler was Jacques Breau. The first English settlers were Duncan Robertson, John MacLeod & William Tobin who were led by Philip Hierlihy and his wife Charlotte who was, perhaps, one of the most remarkable women of this area. She became the ancestress of many of Tabusintac's principle families. Their home on Wishart's Point is the oldest English settlement on the Tabusintac, a famous New Brunswick fishing river for fresh Atlantic Salmon and large Sea Trout.
Tabusintac today is a thriving and historic village which is home to many of the descendants of the early English and French settlers. The area is well developed and offers some of the best Atlantic Salmon and Sea Trout fishing in North America. Tabusintac is world famous for the excellent oysters harvested from the local sea. The mighty Tabusintac River is a boaters paradise with ocean headwaters that travel 15 miles inland at high tide. The river offers a calm and pleasant boating experience suitable for both paddlers and motor boat enthusiasts. To view the seven day tidal prediction forecast for the Tabusintac River system, please “right click’ on the following link: http://www.waterlevels.gc.ca/eng/station?sid=2040
All properties available are high and dry with a gentle slope to the rear leading to over 200' feet of ocean front or ocean access on the mighty Tabusintac River Ocean Inlet at the rear of the property. There are excellent ocean views of Tabusintac and the inlet provides incredible shelter for a perfect boat docking area. The Tabusintac River Ocean Inlet is fed by the warm waters of the Northumberland Strait; home of the warmest waters North of the Carolina's in the USA. This portion of the Atlantic Ocean is home to the largest mammal on earth: specifically the Blue Whale. An immense creature that reaches up to 90' feet in length. The topography of the property is generally flat with a downward slope to the rear of the property (leading to the oceanfront at the rear). The rippling sounds of the ocean are music to the ears. This pristine property is located in an area of excellent spring (drinking) water without fear of contamination from industry, farming and other pollutants. The land is about 80% treed with birch, maple, pine, tamarack and spruce trees. The remaining 20% of the ocean front property is open with excellent areas for beautiful building sites. You can build a dock or choose to moor your boat in the private ocean inlet along the oceanfront at the rear of the property development. The property is very close to the town of Tabusintac and within walking distance to stores and restaurants (about a 5-6 minute walk from the property) yet this property is completely unspoiled by industry. The exciting city of Miramichi with excellent shopping, universities, major hospitals, parks, international banking, airport, restaurants of every taste and virtually everything else a major city has to offer is only 25 minutes away to the Southwest of the property. A truly rare piece of paradise. The deep water anchorage of the coast is excellent for boating and the protection of the Tabusintac River Inlet provides the warmest waters North of the Carolina's. The headwaters of the Tabusintac go as far as 15 miles inland resulting in perhaps one of the finest boating and fishing experiences in all of Eastern Canada. The waterfront property is excellent for boating (both paddling and motorized), swimming, birdwatching or simply marveling at the beauty of nature and the changing of the tides. With all this property has to offer, it is an extremely great place to build that new water front home, vacation home, cottage, retreat or simply lock it up now as a guaranteed investment property that will return big dividends in the future.
The GPS coordinates for the development are: 47.338619, -65.036294 . The properties are located along the Hierlihy Road, at Tabusintac, NB, approximately 2 minutes from the beautiful town of Tabusintac, New Brunswick. The exciting city of Miramichi with excellent shopping, hospitals, parks, banking, airport, restaurants of every taste and virtually everything else a major city has to offer is only 25 minutes away to the Southwest of the property. The property is situated in one of the most picturesque areas along the beautiful Tabusintac River on the Hierlihy Road which is a scenic diversion that follows the Tabusintac River Inlet of the Acadian Drive on the Northumberland Strait (home of the warmest ocean waters north of the Carolina's). The property is also located only 2 minutes from household shopping, restaurants, churches, business centers, historic buildings, museums, festivals and numerous entertainment venues located in the town of Tabusintac (which is rich in both history and entertainment all year long). The property is easily accessible by boat, plane and automobile - however you would like to arrive. The pricing of these properties is unbeatable and offers phenomenal value. This properties are not in the middle of no where, they are in a residential area with multiple year round residential homes expanding continuously located on either side of the property.
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TABUSINTAC SEA SIDE ESTATES
Lots 21, 33-40 are Available.
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