ABOUT THE AREA
128 Chain Lake Drive,
Halifax, NS, B3S 1A2
t: (902) 450-5752
f: (902) 450-5753
Enfield, NS, B3E 1A8
Lots from $39,900 to $79,900
Multiple Use Zoning: R-1B (SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL)
A little bit country! Are you looking for a strong community to build your product? We introduce to you the new Riverdale Estates Subdivision. Located just minutes from the Stanfield International airport, this community fronts onto the Shubenacadie River with 60 lots being developed. Only minutes from the Irving Big Stop, Trans Canada Highway,the town center of Enfield, shopping, beautiful Oakfield Golf Course and Airlane Golf Club. Buyers who work in the city are just 30 minutes from Downtown Halifax, 20 minutes to Dartmouth Crossing and the Burnside Commercial Park. Call today for more details on this amazing opportunity!
902 452 1639
Riverdale Estates will feature a dedicated 8.5-acre community park fronting on the Shubenacadie River. This will provide access to the River for all residents of Riverdale Estate, where they may launch their canoe/kayak or small boat to either tour or sh this great river of dreams. Or relax and have a family picnic while enjoying the beautiful scenery.
Parks and Trails
In East Hants, you will nd a 4 season eco-adventuredestination with recreational opportunities around every corner. Exploring the many parks and over 50 km of trails is a great adventure for the whole family. Located o Old En eld Road in Nine Mile River and developed by a volunteer group in partnership with the Municipality of East Hants and the Province of Nova Scotia; the Nine Mile River trail wanders through a variety of forest types and terrain using a combination of developed trail and boardwalks. At approximately 10 kilometres in total, this multi-use trail
o ers hours of outdoor adventures. Take in the foliage and enjoy the views of the various trail loops. For a shorter hike there’s the Milford Rec Trail, located at 288 Highway 2 in Milford. The 2.2 km trail is an easy walk through scenic woods. Maintained by the Milford Recreation Association, the trail can be enjoyed all year round! Oak eld Park is a popular day-use park on Shubenacadie-Grand Lake featuring a small beach (supervised July – August/STC) and a boat launch for motorized craft. Picnic tables, vault toilets, walking trails nearby, and ample parking with camping nearby at Laurie Park
Fishermen will nd a variety of sh including Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout, White Perch, Striped Bass and Brook Trout here. Whether you’re bait casting, spinning or y shing your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite y shing rod and reel, and head out to Shubenacadie River. Regulations and Licenses apply.For information Visit Nova Scotia Fish & Wildlife.
En eld is a ex-urban community located in the Shubenacadie Valley on the border of Hants and Halifax counties in Nova Scotia, Canada. Speci cally, En eld exists in both the East Hants Municipal District and the Halifax Regional Municipality and is divided by the Shubenacadie River. Perfectly positioned for country living residents love the location for its convenient commute to the downtown cores of Halifax and Dartmouth as well as its close proximity to Stan eld International Airport. Neighbouring Elmsdale o ers all the amenities of a modern and dynamic community such as schools, recreational facilities, shopping, banking, restaurants and entertainment.Many of these amenities are conveniently located and access to the 102 highway system is always nearby.
Grants of land around what is now En eld, were given after 1760. The rst was given to Benjamin Franklin, a parcel of land on the side of the Shubenacadie River opposite the main part of the present village. Andrew Horne (son of Jacob Horne Sr., a German who enlisted in the 42nd Highland Regiment) was the rst settler in En eld district, clearing a farm in the wilderness near the lock at Horne Settlement. En eld became a village comparatively late in the history of Nova Scotia, it does not appear in any early census of the province. Early
people living in the area were probably listed under Nine Mile River, Douglas or ‘The Crossing’ (En eld’s former name). It is recorded that En eld was named at a public meeting, called at Malcolm’s Pottery in 1862. Thomas B. Donaldson, suggested the name En eld. In 1863, due to his interest and perseverance, the name “En eld” was o cially adopted as the name for the settlement. It has been said that he took a fancy to the name when he resided in the town of En eld Connecticut.
Situated near the halfway point between Halifax and Truro,En eld was once home to a prominent railway station constructed by the Nova Scotia Railway and later the Intercolonial Railway and Canadian National Railway; it has since been demolished. During the mid-19th century, a system of locks on the Shubenacadie River in En eld assisted small vessels in navigating from the Bay of Fundy to nearby Shubenacadie Grand Lake as part of the Shubenacadie Canal.
En eld District Elementary
Old eld Consolidated