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Listing ID :12384070
Acres :26 Acres
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WHAT A GREAT AREA TO RETIRE IN
BUILD YOUR GET-A-WAY COTTAGE
BUILD YOUR HUNT CAMP
DRIVE A CAR RIGHT TO THE PROPERTY
This property is in the ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP OF JAMES just outside the community of Elk Lake, Ontario west of the Town of New Liskeard.
The Community of Elk Lake is within The Township Of James.
This property is ONLY 2.6 kilometers out of the Town of Elk Lake.
If you’ve ever dreampt of owning your own hunting property then now is a great time to buy.
USE THIS PROPERTY AS YOUR HOME BASE TO ACCESS HUNTING OPPORTUNITIES ON THE HUGE AREAS OF CROWN LANDS
Take in the natural beauty of the area.
Build your own hunt cabin and hunt your own property OR go down the road and hunt over 10,000 plus acres of Crown Land!
When you get tired of hunting then you can go fishing on Elk Lake which is just down the road.
ABOUT THIS PROPERTY
YOU CAN DRIVE TO THIS PROPERTY IN YOUR CAR OR TRUCK.
The property is relatively level throughout.
There is a small seasonal creek that flows diagonally through the property and empties south into the lake.
The owners constructed a good driveway into the property and cleared a small area where they park their motorhome whenever they visit the property.
Of course there are many other places to build your cottage on the property if you don’t like this location.
Get to know your property well and then pick a spot to build your cabin on.
The property is well forested with a mix of mature trees as you can see in some of our pictures.
Hardwood Trees like Poplar Trees, Birch Trees and Softwood trees like Spruce trees, the odd Red Pine, and some upland cedar trees.
CROWN LAND abuts this property to the immediate north.
There are thousands of acres of Crown lands that you can access by seasonal roads and many ATV trails.
ACCESS TO THE PROPERTY
The property fronts on a gravel road that is the continuation of Ball Park Road.
In fact, there is a fire number allocated to this property and the James Township Tax Bill refers to it as 314 BALL PARK ROAD.
Frontage on Ball Park Road is about 1,310 feet.
There is a seasonal gravel road that goes north from Ball Park Road through the southeast portion of the property.
This road continues into Crown Lands for another 5 kilometers.
The property has about 305 feet of frontage on both sides of this road.
The road was constructed years ago by timber companies that were harvesting wood on Crown lands to the north and is still being used today.
Discussions with the Township reveals that this property is zoned RURAL.
Permitted uses in the Rural Zone include the following:
Group Home Dwelling Single Detached Dwelling Unit
Agriculture, Forestry & Forestry Management Uses Agricultural Services
Bus Storage Cemetaries
Club Commercial Greenhouses, Nurseries & Gardens
Conservation Uses Fruit and Vegetable Stand
Golf Course Home Industry
Home Occupations Hunt Camps
Institutional Uses Parks or Playgrounds
Places of Worship School
Service or Repair Shop Vetinary Establi
Wayside Pit or Quarry .
We located a copy of a survey for Reference Plan 54R-6010 dated December 08, 1917that shows Parts 1-5.
Part 5 is the road that this property fronts on the south side of this property and 414 meters or 1,359 feet of frontage on the road.
The reference plan also shows the other dimensions of this property.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY except for the “pine trees” which are reserved to the Crown.
MINERAL RIGHTS are reserved to the Crown.
ABOUT THE TOWN OF ELK LAKE
Elk Lake is a community of about 500 people at the junction of Highways 65 and 560, on the banks of the Montreal River.
Where the river really widens out to the size of a lake is referred to as ELK LAKE.
The town straddles the shore of the Montreal River, which makes for some beautiful views, especially when the sun shines off the shimmering water.
Equally anglophone and francophone, Elk Lake sits at the western edge of the Temiskaming Clay Belt and is primarily a forestry town.
The town and the area offers 'great outdoors' adventures for residents and visitors alike.
This is an area rich with year round outdoor activities for the adventurous recreational property owner.
Hiking, skiing, boating, swimming, fishing, hunting and snowmobiling are activities available in abundance.
YOU CAN DO IT ALL!
ABOUT The Body of Water called Elk Lake (Montreal River)
Elk Lake offers beautiful scenery at all times of the year.
Recreational opportunities are limitless.
You can enjoy breathtaking natural scenery right from your front door when you build your cabin here.
Take just a few steps from your cabin and the opportunities open to you and your family are endless: fishing, hunting, hiking, swimming, snowmobiling and ATVing are just a handful of the activities available to be enjoyed.
Get ready for the exceptional fishing available to you as the Montreal River and area is home to a dizzying variety of fish species.
DO YOU LIKE TO HUNT?
Northeastern Ontario is a hunter’s paradise.
It does not matter what you are after, whether you’re after big game like moose, black bear and white-tailed deer, or small game and waterfowl cause this area has it all.
The Elk Lake area offers excellent moose hunting opportunities from the beginning of October to mid-November each year.
It is obvious that the big game and small game hunting is good and very popular as we observed many hunters going to the Crown lands to do their hunting.
LOCATED IN Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 40
DO YOU LIKE FISHING?
Cast your line in one of hundreds of scenic lakes, rivers and streams in the Elk Lake area.
You can fish for walleye, northern pike, small mouth bass, lake trout, brook trout, rainbow trout, splake and the illusive aurora trout.
But, best of all fish ELK LAKE.
Enjoy wonderful fishing and spectacular scenery along the lake.
Bring your own boat, store it on your property and you will enjoy 41 kilometers of navigable waterway.
The Elk Lake area offers some of the best ATV riding experiences you will find anywhere!
With hundreds of kilometres of crown land to explore, you can ride for days and not see the same thing twice. Abandoned mines, spectacular views and gorgeous lakes and rivers are only some of the sites you will see on your ride. You may also see moose, beavers, otters….but you probably won’t see many other people all day.
Enjoy 350 km of groomed snowmobile trails.
Elk Lake has some of the most scenic trails in the north.
SO HOW FAR IS ELK LAKE?
The Town of Elk Lake is in Northeastern Ontario about FIVE AND A HALF HOURS NORTH OF TORONTO, ONTARIO.
Elk Lake to New Liskeard is 65 kilometers or 40 miles.
Elk Lake to Toronto is 578 kilometers or 359 miles.
Elk Lake to North Bay is 220 kilometers or 136 miles.
Elk Lake to Barrie is 467 kilometers or 290 miles.
Elk Lake to Hamilton is 615 kilometers or 382 miles.
Elk Lake to Sudbury is 283 kilometers or 175 miles.
Property Types:Hunting Land, Timberland, Fishing Land, Recreational Land
Listing Type:For Sale
Features:Creek, River, Timber, Hunting, Fishing
City:Township of James
Directions:The property fronts on a gravel road that is the continuation of Ball Park Road. In fact, there is a fire number allocated to this property and the James Township Tax Bill refers to it as 314 BALL PARK ROAD. Frontage on Ball Park Road is about 1,310 feet. There is a seasonal gravel road that goes north from Ball Park Road through the southeast portion of the property. This road continues into Crown Lands for another 5 kilometers. The property has about 305 feet of frontage on both sides of this road. The road was constructed years ago by timber companies that were harvesting wood on Crown lands to the north and is still being used today.