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Canada /Ontario, 161.5
Listing ID :3931944
Acres :161.5 Acres
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A DRIVE TO PROPERTY
AN ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP
A PRIME HUNTING LOCATION
ADJOINING CROWN LAND
Perfectly located in Bowman Township just 10 kilometers southwest from the Town of Matheson in beautiful Northeastern Ontario.
Bowman Township is within the boundary of the Municipality of Black River- Matheson so Bowman Township is AN ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
We are offering this 161.5 ACRE parcel of land that is easily accessed in the non-winter months by truck or an SUV.
The parcel is roughly 2,655 feet (809 meters) x 2,650 feet (808 meters)
You could drive a Truck or an SUV to this property in the Non winter months.
There is a short about 385 meter or 1,263 feet road that goes from Watabeag Lake Road to the Southeast corner of this property.
The old gravel road continues west for a short distance of about 145 meters or about 440 feet and after that it becomes an ATV/ARGO trail.
From the corner the road continues north for about 230 meters or about 750 feet and then it also becomes an ATV/ARGO trail.
These trails make for very good small game hunting and for riding around on.
You can easily create more trails at your leisure.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
From a review of aerial photos. it appears that the property was harvested about between 2003 and 2008.
When they harvested the land they created timber trails that lead into the property.
This has created an amazing opportunity for you to access deep into the parcel with ATV's or an ARGO.
According to the topographic maps, this property is relatively flat throughout the majority of the property.
The contour maps indicate a small creek on the Northern portion of the property and one on the southern portion of the property.
These creeks are great for attracting both large and small game.
The creeks flow from Pike Lake and empty into Hooker Creek.
Hooker Creek is noted for Speckle Trout fishing so it stands to reason that the creeks in the property should have Speckle Trout in them.
There is a low area of about 15 acres in size where it may be wet for some of the year and this is where you will find the moose browsing and where they would have their young.
We reviewed the Official Plan and the Zoning By-Law for this township and have determined that this property is in a RURAL (RU) ZONE.
PERMITTED USES WITHIN THE RURAL ZONE include the following;
Agricultural use Agricultural-related use
Bed and breakfast establishment Camp
Campground Community gardens
Conservation use Duplex dwelling
Forestry use Home industry
Home occupation Kennel
Mineral exploration Mineral extraction
Mining use Mobile home dwelling
Recreation use Seasonal dwelling
Private cabin, accessory to a seasonal dwelling
NOTE: not all these permitted uses may be practical for this property
a review of the Patent shows that the property has the following rights;
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY Except for the "pine Trees" which are reserved to the crown
Crown land borders this property to the East and to the North.
On the Northern and eastern borders of this property you get to enjoy thousands of acres of crown land.
All there for your enjoyment!
Not only that, but within 145 meters you have access to PIKE LAKE, which is surrounded by crown land and just of the Northeast corner of this parcel.
ABOUT PIKE LAKE
Only 145 meters (475 feet) from the Northeast corner of the property you have access to PIKE LAKE.
According to the MNR Fish-On-Line website Pike Lake has a surface area of about 13.9 Hectares or about 35 acres.
This is a typical Northern Ontario Lake, with vegetation surrounding the perimeter and an average depth of about 20 feet throughout .
The Fish-On-Line site also says that the lake has Northern Pike and Yellow Perch.
LIKE TO HUNT?
The small Creeks throughout the North and Southern sections of the property are great attractions for large and small game.
This property is located in WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 29.
LIKE TO FISH ?
There are plenty of places to go fishing.
As we mentioned, less that 150 meters from the Northeast corner the is Pike Lake.
Fish Pike Lake for Northern Pike and Yellow Perch.
Fish the creeks for Speckle Trout.
Within 10 km’s from the property there are many rivers and lakes to choose from.
Many of these lakes and rivers can be accessed by ATV’s through crown land.
LIKE TO FORAGE?
Pick mushrooms, blueberries and wild strawberries and Raspberries
There are many edible plants and herbs to pick if you know what to look for.
NEED HELP TO BUY THIS PROPERTY?
If a buyer has a down payment of $80,000 then;
The seller is willing to HOLD AN OPEN MORTGAGE of $90,000 at the LOW INTEREST RATE OF 7% for a 5 YEAR TERM on your choice of the following terms;
On a 5 year term and amortization period of 15 years the mortgage payment is $803.92 per month.
On a 5 year term and amortization period of 20 years the mortgage payment is $692.38 per month.
On a 5 year term and amortization period of 25 years the mortgage payment is $630.37 per month.
You choose the term that suits you best or talk to us about a more customized payment plan.
WHAT CAN YOU DO IN THIS AREA?
For those who love the outdoors and all that it offers, Black River-Matheson is a nature lover's paradise.
The area offers an incredible variety of activities for winter enthusiasts PLUS excellent fishing, boating, hiking, and camping opportunities.
With some of the best ice fishing in Northern Ontario and over 384 kilometers of well-groomed snowmobile trails as well as cross country skiing, skating and hockey, there's something for everyone to enjoy here.
THE TOWN OF MATHESON
The Town of Matheson has pretty much everything you need, banking, restaurants, groceries, hospital, legal office.
If you need more variety then just drive west on Highway 101 and do your major shopping in the City of Timmins.
Matheson is the last stop on road 101 to Quebec, about an hour away, and is also about an hour or less from Timmins.
Property Types:Land - Hunting, Hunting Land, Land - Recreational
Listing Type:For Sale
Features:Creek, Timber, Hunting, Fishing
Directions:You could drive a Truck or an SUV to this property in the Non winter months. There is a short about 385 meter or 1,263 feet road that goes from Watabeag Lake Road to the Southeast corner of this property. The old gravel road continues west for a short distance of about 145 meters or about 440 feet and after that it becomes an ATV/ARGO trail. From the corner the road continues north for about 230 meters or about 750 feet and then it also becomes an ATV/ARGO trail. These trails make for very good small game hunting and for riding around on. You can easily create more trails at your leisure.