Royal Oaks Estates New Brunswick Canada

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Just inland from the Bay of Fundy along the eastern coast of Canada is one of the premier golf and living resorts in the country, Royal Oaks Estates and Golf Club. Located in Moncton, New Brunswick, this golf club and development offers the best of both worlds: world-class golf and spectacular housing opportunities. There are townhouses, condominiums, building lots and existing houses all available.
Building lots are available for those who want to design and build their own home next to the golf course. Two story town houses and several existing homes are available for purchase and move in immediately. The location along the golf course provides for great scenery and great recreation. There is also a luxury condominium community, The Oaks, that is currently in the design and initial construction phase. Off-plan one and two bedroom condos are available for purchase at pre-construction prices.
The Royal Oaks Golf Course was designed by pre-eminent architect Reese Jones, his first in Canada. The course is in the midst of a unique landscape of large lakes surrounded by rolling dunes that is simply breathtaking. It features bent grass fairways, tees and greens, strategic bunkering, challenging approaches, and an award winning practice & teaching facility all complemented by turf conditions which rival the best in the world.
Royal Oaks is located adjacent to the Irishtown Nature Park in Moncton, which is a pristine trail system around the Irishtown Reservoir. The area within driving distance around Moncton is one of the most popular for visitors to the east coast of Canada, with warm salt water beaches, the Bay of Fundy, Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia and activities such as kayaking, hiking, golfing, nature watching, shopping, festivals and more.
Moncton, a city of 126,000 residents in the metro area, is accessible via the Greater Moncton International Airport. Air Canada and other major carriers offer connecting service through most major cities in Canada.

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