File 55 - 372 acres of hunting and fishing land $250,000 Canadian
THIS CAN BE YOUR DREAM PROPERTY!
YEAR ROUND ROAD ACCESS
NORTHEASTERN ONTARIO LAKEFRONT
How about your own Hide-a-way property with frontage on a lake in beautiful Northeastern Ontario?
EVERY morning you can wake up and smell that cool, clean fresh sweet air.
EVERY clear night you will see the sky blanketed with stars.
YOU CAN see the Northern Lights dancing across the sky on cool clear nights.
This Amazing private estate features 372 acres plus a huge 5,200 feet of frontage on a lake plus 3 small islands of which the largest is a little over half an acre in size.
BUILD, HUNT, FISH, CAMP - you can do it all on this 372 acre tract of prime land.
This is a large acreage to own and it can certainly be your very own playground.
To have frontage on a lake is pure bonus.
The property is about midway between the Towns of Englehart and Larder lake, Ontario.
YOU CAN DRIVE TO THIS PROPERTY IN A CAR if you wanted (but go slow).
Easy driving distance from both the Towns of Englehart or Larder lake where you can do all your shopping for food and supplies.
About a 20 minute drive from the Town of Englehart or a 15 minute drive from the Town of Larder lake.
The property is in Skead Township which is a township within the boundary of the Municipality of Larder Lake.
Skead Township is AN ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
Located in a Rural area.
This is a very nice property that is relatively level with some rolling type of terrain.
Trees on the property include Spruce trees, Birch Trees, Poplar Trees and Cedar Trees.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
Mineral Rights are reserved to the Crown.
Tree Rights are reserved to the Crown.
You are allowed to use some trees for your personal use.
If you want to harvest trees to sell commercially then you need to get a permit from the MNR and then pay the Crown a stumpage fee or royalty fee,
The present owner made a new road into the very south end of the lake and there is an awesome building location at this point that looks north up the lake towards the three small islands.
The scenery is incredible.
The new road (driveway) is gated .
You will enjoy lots of PRIVACY.
This property enjoys YEAR ROUND ROAD ACCESS.
All you have to do is plow your driveway or have it done for you (for a fee of course).
The lake the property fronts on is called SKIDOO LAKE.
Skidoo Lake has a surface area of 33 hectares or 81.5 acres.
The lake has an average depth of between 10 to 12 feet.
Good fishing waters for pike, perch and walleye.
The lake shoreline is typical Northern Ontario shoreline- trees right down to the waters edge.
In addition to the lake there are five beaver ponds within the property the largest pond is about 5 acreas and the rest average from 1 to 3 acres in size.
The ponds are attracting the moose and there are plenty of them.
FOR THE FISHERMEN
According to the Ministry of Natural Resources FISH ON LINE website you can fish for Northern pike, Walleye and Yellow Perch in Skidoo Lake.
Apparently the fishing is very good and if you get tired of fishing your lake then go down the driveway and go east for a couple of hundred yards and place your boat into Margaret lake and fish that lake.
There are many more other lakes to choose from if you want to explore and fish the area lakes.
FOR THE HUNTERS
Plenty of moose, whitetail deer and black bear.
There is a resident and a non-resident DEER SEASON in this wildlife management unit and for Rifles, Shotguns, Bows and Muzzle-loading guns the season is from Nov. 7 to Nov. 19.
For 2016 Bows-Only Seasons – Deer (No Dogs) the season is from Oct. 1 to Nov. 6 AND Nov. 20 to Nov. 30.
There are NO NON-RESIDENT RESTRICTIONS in this wildlife management unit.
Grouse hunting is very popular as is rabbit hunting and they are both plentiful.
Located in WMU 28
So how far is this property?
From this property to North Bay, Ontario 198 kilometers.
From this property to Barrie, Ontario 446 kilometers.
From this property to Ottawa, Ontario 555 kilometers.
From this property to Toronto, Ontario 557 kilometers.
From this property to Hamilton, Ontario 594 kilometers.