If you are a hunter you will love this property.
THIS IS WILD COUNTRY!
If you are seriously looking for that DESTINATION HUNTING PROPERTY then you have to consider this property.
Located in the heart of one of the most prime hunting areas in the Province of Ontario.
Southeast of the Town of Cochrane in Northeastern Ontario in PYNE TOWNSHIP.
Just south of the Hamlet of NOREMBEGA.
No one has lived on this property in 50-60 years.
Pyne Township is an UNORGANIZED Township so that means that there is no Official Plan so there is NO ZONING and that means NO BUILDING PERMITS.
You can build whatever you want, any number of buildings that you want, there is no restriction as to what size you can build and you don’t need any permission to do what you want as there is NO BUILDING PERMITS REQUIRED to build whatever buildings you want.
Way back in the 1950’s and 1960’s this property was a homestead property together with the property to the immediate east.
People used to farm here and live here.
They cleared out fields and made pastures.
Today, you can still see remnants of these old fields
At some point they abandoned the area and the old road that led to this and the adjoining property grew in.
You can imagine how much it grew in over the last 50-60 years.
The local big game like to sleep in the old fields.
Moose beds all over the place.
Any trees on this property that were not part of the old fields are quite tall and mature.
The trees in this area are mostly Poplar Trees and Spruce Trees and some Birch Trees.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY.
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY.
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY.
THIS IS NOT A PROPERTY FOR SISSES OR CITY SLICKERS WHO DON’T LIKE TO ROUGH IT!
We class this property as a REMOTE ACCESS property.
That is because that once you drive south from the Hamlet of Norembega you can only drive south of Pyne Road for another 6.4 kilometers or 4 miles and that will take you to the old town site of Arpin.
Arpin was beside a creek and there was a bridge over the creek.
Today that bridge is gone so from this point onwards you would have to use an ATV or an ARGO .
Then it will be a 9.3 kilometer or 5.8 mile ATV or ARGO ride to the property.
CROWN LAND NEARBY
Do you want access to Crown Land?
Crown Land abuts this property to the north, to the south and to the west.
At least 6,000 acres of Crown Land next to you.
That is a large playground for you to hunt on!
PRIME HUNTING PROPERTY
This beautiful property is located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 27.
There is a Deer season in WMU 27.
DID you know? That if you are a non-resident property owner in this WMU then you DO NOT have to go through an outfitter to hunt Black Bear.
Just show the MNR any document showing that you are the landowner (like a tax bill or title documents) and just buy a non-resident hunting tag for black bear and go hunting!
The owner said that he was just at the property in late June and he came across three black bears in a very short period of time.
We also know that the small game hunting is also very good in this area.
Small game like partridge and rabbit.
You may also want to think about wolf hunting.
CLOSE TO THE ABITIBI RIVER
The Abitibi River is only about 367 meters or about 1,200 west of this property.
Make an ATV trail on the Crown Land (with permission of course) and bring a boat to leave on the shore and go fishing up and down the Abitibi River all day long.
The fishing will be good and the scenery will be outstanding.
Taxes are real cheap on a property in an UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
In this case here are the 2019 property taxes.
The Provincial Land Taxes are $50.00
The Education Taxes are $12.56
The Norembega Local Roads Board Taxes are $65.00
ALL FOR A TOTAL OF $127.56 for 2019
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