1033 ACRES ON NIGHT HAWK LAKE $575,000 CDN.
Have you every dreamed about owning your very own lakefront estate?
WHERE ELSE CAN YOU BUY A HUGE LAKEFRONT PROPERTY AT SUCH A DECENT PRICE?
You'll have to take a look at this property.
This choice property encompasses 3 different water bodies; the massive Night Hawk Lake, Roma Lake and the Porcupine River
The property boasts over 11,400 feet or just over 3.5 kilometres of shoreline on Night Hawk Lake
Not to mention over 2.6 kilometres on the Porcupine River as well.
This is incredible!
If you decide to build your cabin here you will enjoy the solitude you expect from such a property .
Think of this property as your untamed and pristine wilderness get-a-way.
Think of this property as your family investment for the future.
Think of possible potential future development for some boat-to cottage lot subdivisions.
Located 25 kms east of the City Timmins, within the Cody township.
This township is organized and is within the boundary of the City of Timmins.
The property comes with SURFACE, MINERAL AND TREE RIGHTS, except the Pines.
There is a 1 chain or 66 foot shoreline reservation along the shore of Night Hawk Lake.
There are no services to the property, you would be totally off the grid here.
NIGHT HAWK LAKE
The lake has a surface area of 9840 hectares or 24,315 acres!
The body of the lake is 24 kms or 15 miles long.
It has a maximum dept of 4.6 metres or 15 feet and an average depth of 1.7 meters or 5.6 feet.
This is a large lake, make no mistake. This lake is one of the largest the region, second only to the Abitibi.
THE PORCUPINE RIVER
The river has an average width of 150 feet or 48 meters. More than enough room to navigate you vessel.
The river flows for hundreds of kilometres windy its way to Porcupine Lake and branches off to the north.
Do you like to fish?
According the information on the MNR (Ministry of Natural Resources) site, Night Hawk Lake holds Great Northern Pike, Walleye, Perch, Rock Bass, Whitefish and Burbot.
Currently this property is boat access, and possibly ATV along the old logging roads and hydro easement.
Crown lands abutting to the east and to the south.
A careful harvest was completed in 2012, with the harvester leaving a large buffer along the water's edge.
The property is forested with primarily Spruce, Poplar, Birch and Cedar.
The city is the fourth-largest city in the Northeastern Ontario region with a population of close to 50,000 residents.
The Timmins area is Ontario’s premiere four-season destination, a destination for the adventurous vacationers, families, and travelers from around the world who are in search of unique, un-crowded and memorable experiences.
The primary economy is based around mineral extraction and the logging industry and is supported by secondary industries.
The city has all the amenities, resources and services you would need.
Timmins serves as a regional service and distribution centre.
Timmins Victor M. Power Airport (Formerly Timmins Airport)
Owned and operated by the City of Timmins, this airport is one of the largest airports in Northern Ontario.
The Airport is a convenient gateway to Toronto and northern communities.
The Timmins Airport is approximately 11 kilometers north of the city business district. The airport has two runways (main runway is 6,000 feet and secondary runway is 4,900 feet), a flight service station, precision landing aids and a 24 hour weather reporting operation. World fuels stations are located at the airport for full aviation and aircraft servicing requirements.
The following airlines fly into or out of this airport.
Air Canada, Porter Airlines, Bearskin Airlines, Air Creebec, Thunder Airline
Toronto 720 kms
Ottawa 722 kms
Montreal 848 kms
Sudbury 294 kms
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