BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT LAND
ONLY 6.6 KILOMETERS or 4 MILES WEST OF THE TOWN OF COCHRANE, ONTARIO
LEGAL ACCESS OFF HIGHWAY 11
1.25 KILOMETERS or 4,098 FEET or 0.78 MILES OF RIVER FRONTAGE.
Can you imagine over 3/4 of a mile of river frontage!
That is a long distance!
This is a unique opportunity of being able to own almost 57 acres of prime river front land and it can only be found in beautiful Northeastern Ontario.
Sightings of wildlife are a common everyday occurrence here.
All you have to do is be there and sit and wait.
They’ll show up!
Located in Clute Township, AN ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP within the boundary of the Municipality of the Town of Cochrane.
SURFACE rights come with this property.
MINERAL rights come with this property.
TREE rights come with this property other than the Pines which are reserved to the Crown (WE CHECKED THE ORIGINAL PATENT FROM THE CROWN).
The Frederickhouse River is a BIG RIVER.
The river averages about 180 feet in width as it flows by this property.
In front of the property the narrowest portion is about 135 feet wide and the widest portion is about 240 feet wide.
This is BIG WATER that is flowing north towards James Bay.
There is a 66 foot shoreline reservation all along the river.
This property is not prone to flooding as the riverbank is anywhere from 6 feet to 20 feet above the water.
The Trans Canada Pipeline crosses about halfway up the property so if you like to snowmobile in winter you can snowmobile along the pipeline to the east for many kilometers.
In the non-winter months take your ATV or ARGO and do the same.
In fall go hunting along the pipeline.
There is a legal entrance off Highway 11 that takes you into the property.
A small road on the property runs parallel to the river and goes up to the gas pipeline right of way which is about halfway up the property.
You could continue north of the pipeline by creating more road or trails.
Good dry and high property that is well forested with good mature timber.
SO WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH THIS BEAUTIFUL VACANT RIVERFRONT LAND?
- You can build yourself a riverfront cottage overlooking the river.
- One of the simplest things to do with your property is to simply preserve it. It’s your land after all, and you have the right to protect it. You can designate an area to be free from hunting, camping, logging and even fishing.
- Have you heard about the tiny house movement? What was once a small hobbyist niche a decade ago has now exploded into an extremely popular lifestyle design choice while garnering a great deal of interest from the mainstream media and people from all walks of life.
- Recreation, You've got a property that is large enough to do four-wheeling, snowmobiling, dirt biking, mountain biking, paintball tournaments and other recreational activities. Alternatively, if you're looking for more of a laid back recreational use, you can simply take your family and friends out for an evening to eat and have a bonfire.
- Do you know how to live off the land? Use your land to teach kids and adults valuable life skills. It could be as simple as teaching individuals how to collect dry firewood, or as complex as building a small shelter entirely from natural resources. If you contact local Boy Scout or Girl Scout troops, you may also be able to offer your land to them for annual camping trips. Any kind of knowledge like that can be a valuable skill set to pass on to others, especially younger generations could be fair game. It could even be a profitable venture if you decide to charge a bit and run it regularly.
THESE ARE JUST SOME IDEAS
USE YOUR IMAGINATION AS TO WHAT YOU WOULD USE THIS PROPERTY FOR.
The Frderickhouse River starts at Frederickhouse Lake about 55 kilometers or about 35 miles south of this property.
From this property the river flows north for about 33 kilometers or about 20 miles to where it meets the Abitibi River.
THAT IS A LONG STRETCH OF RIVER!
Fish the Frederickhouse River.
Walleye and Northern Pike are the abundant species, and just as many are caught from the shoreline, as from a boat.
In winter you can cross country ski, snowshoe and make all sorts of winter hiking trails along the river.
Conveniently located along Highway 11, the Town of Cochrane is easily accessible by road, rail, and air.
Connecting this wonderful town to many rural and major centers.
Things to do in Cochrane
The Polar Bear Express train, which runs from Cochrane to Moosonee, is one of the few great rail excursions left in the world. The train runs during the summer months along the Arctic Watershed, crossing historic highways of the once busy fur trade. You will see the many sights along the rail, such as hydroelectric dams, isolated homes and perhaps even some wildlife.
A must visit in Cochrane! The Polar Bear Habitat is dedicated to, and setting the highest standards for the conservation, care and well being of polar bears. Currently the home of Ganuk and Henry, the Polar Bear Habitat is world renowned for it’s ability to lengthen the lives of polar bears in captivity, while providing them environments as close as possible to their natural habitat.
Did You Know?
Cochrane is the birthplace of Tim Horton, a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame who founded the Tim Hortons doughnut and coffee shop chain in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1964. Horton grew up playing ice hockey in Cochrane. In 1948, he signed with the Toronto Maple Leafs organization; eventually winning four Stanley Cups.
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