Nestled snugly below Bonavista Peninsula in Trinity Bay, Random Island is part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Approximately 35 km long it is the home to 11 charming communities, a population of 1232, and one school. Random Island is the second largest island off the coast of Newfoundland. There are over 250 ponds on Random Island , meaning that almost half the island is made up of water!
This unique offering includes 56 forested and undeveloped acres , with 1470′ of ocean frontage on one of the quietest bays in Trinity Bay . Deep enough; at 19-33m, it’s dock-ready for the boating enthusiast. Fish, boat, hunt, hike and ski-doo to your hearts content.
Only 3/4miles from the main road, it’s ready to be developed . It would also be the perfect place for developing a one-of-a-kind nature-lovers resort.
Truly a developer’s opportunity, this acreage would be perfect for a residential subdivision, private estate or sheltered mooring facility.
The Hefferton Causeway was built in 1952, linking the island to Clarenville . Clarenville is the largest town and commercial hub and has grown into a prominent community with a population of over 6000 people. Boasting a diverse and vibrant economy, Clarenville offers well-established business infrastructure and a wide range of support services.
Listed by Coldwell Banker Supercity Realty