209 Main Highway - For Sale
Small Point-Broad Cove-Blackhead-Adams Cove



Small Point-Broad Cove-Blackhead-Adams Cove is an incorporated community, arising from the amalgamation of four rural towns, on the Baccalieu Trail in Conception Bay North


The current offering by O’Dea’s Realty and Auction Room is an opportunity to purchase 9 acres, Ocean Front property in Adams Cove.


The land was owned by an Evans clan and two families used to occupy the property with homes and various outbuildings where the families grazed and raised animals and grew vegetables. The stream which flowed through the property served the owners well but has since “grown in” but can readily be restored by a new owner.


Settled early in the 18th century, Adams Cove grew to be a thriving was a thriving rural community in it’s formative period with a school, train station, cod liver oil plant and a large general store. Back in the early nineteenth century residents recall the horse and cart riding along the shore road from Bradley’s Cove to Kingston collecting the cod livers. Back then people stored their cod livers in wooden barrels for collection. At the factory the oil was placed in 45 gallon drums then shipped all over the world.


Sadly, the cod liver oil factory is no longer in existence. In recent years, the area has focused on the arts.
As highlighted in the tourism guide for Newfoundland and Labrador, Ochre Fest, ,
has been celebrating books, music, food, art and culture in the area since 2013. The official site for this festival can be seen at


So if you are seeking out a location on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean in Newfoundland, where one will not need to use binoculars to watch the whales, an area where creativity is an abundant resource and from where so many among us have gained prominence on the national stage, then you may wish to give this property consideration.


Rooted in hard work, storytelling, people supporting people, fiddle playing, scoff and a scuff in the shed, and a welcoming spirit, this setting, deeply rooted in tradition could be the calling you have been seeking in a tumultuous world. This area would be equally suitable for a Newfoundlander with that calling to come home and to someone who wishes to escape from the pressures of urban life in mainland Canada or elsewhere.


The inner entrepreneur may also have a vision for a rural development to attract visitors from around the world not unlike being done at in Port Rexton or in Green’s Harbour. On a much larger and more contemporary scale, check out to see what Zita Cobb has done to attract those with a sense of adventure to this marvelous place.


So whether you are a come from away wishing to live in harmony among good stock, or wish to return to your roots during this Come Home Year, keep in mind that this work from home waterfront setting is awaiting your viewing pleasure by drone and a personal visit at your pleasure.


Asking price $180,000 plus HST


Please feel free to call Chris O’Dea at 709-685-6559 any time for a discussion about this property.


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