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$925,000.00 CDN - File 128 - A HUGE 465 Acre land holding with frontage on two lakes.

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File 128 - A HUGE 465 Acre land holding with frontage on two lakes.

Located in Sebastopol and Brudenell Townships west of Renfrew, Ontario in the Madawaska Highlands in the Ottawa Valley.

Approximately 125 kilometres (80 mi) due west of Ottawa, Ontario.

You can witness nature at its finest on your own wilderness retreat.

 

150.73 acres is in the Township of Brudenell, Lyndoch And Raglan

AND

314.87 acres is in Sebastopol Township of Bonnechere Valley

 

BOTH PROPERTIES TOTAL 465.6 ACRES OF PRIME LAND

 

Conveniently located between Ottawa, the nation’s capital and Algonquin Park

Bonnechere Valley is a beautiful little municipality, part of Renfrew County. It is central from the Nation’s Capital and the Historic Algonquin Park.

 

The 150.73 acres in the Township of Brudenell, Lyndoch And Raglan has over 2,660 meters or 8,700 feet of shoreline on BRITCHES LAKE.

That is over 2.6 kilometers or 1.6 miles of shoreline.

THAT IS A CRAZY LENGTH OF SHORELINE!

There could be some good opportunity for some waterfront development  with this size of shoreline.

Here is some info on Britches Lake

The lake has a surface area of 31.4 Hectares or 77.6 acres

The Maximum depth of Britches Lake is 8.1 meters or 26.6 feet

The average depth of Britches Lake is 2.7 meters or 8.9 feet

Fish species you will find in this lake include Yellow Perch, Largemouth Bass and Northern Pike

 

The 314.87 acres in Sebastopol Township of Bonnechere Valley has over 728 meters or 2,390 feet of shoreline on Drefkes Lake PLUS another 254 meters or 833 feet of frontage on Britches lake.

Here is some info on Drefkes Lake

The lake has a surface area of 14 Hectares or 34.6 acres

Fish species you will find in this lake include Yellow Perch and Northern Pike

Both lakes are in Fisheries Management Zone 15

Each of these lakes has gorgeous scenery, rocky outcroppings and clear water...perfect for boating, fishing or swimming.

 

There is a road allowance between the 150.73 acre parcel and the 314.87 acre parcel.

The road allowance between the two properties means that they do not merge into one property so if a family or two friends wanted to buy a parcel each they can do so without having to get a severance.

The road allowance is owned by the Municipality.

 

There is a road already in place that will take you to both the parcels of land.

This road originates at the owners farm property which is just off Highway 515 or otherwise known as Quadeville Road and the owner will CREATE AND REGISTER AN EASEMENT at his expense so that a new owner of these two properties WILL HAVE LEGAL ACCESS to their property!

 

The 314.87 acre property has CROWN LAND abutting on the west, the east and the north.

This portion of the property has over 61 acres of hayfields.

 

The 150.73 acre property has CROWN LAND abutting on the west, the east and the south.

This portion of the property has over 15 acres of hayfields.

 

There are a couple of cabins on the property and some small outbuildings.

An older cabin on Britches Lake that is in pretty good condition

PLUS a log cabin that can sleep up to 12 hunters.

 

ZONING

The 314.87 acre parcel has a EMR designation (Extractive Industrial Reserve) Zoning.

There is gravel on this property.

LOTS OF GRAVEL!

 

HUNTING

The area is famous during Hunting Season.

There are yearly regulated harvests of White Tailed Deer, Moose and Migrating Water fowl.

You can just imagine placing your deer stands along the edges of the hayfields.

Waterfowl hunting would be just great along some of the grassy edges of the lakes and of course when they fly into the hayfields.

 

Bonnechere Valley is a beautiful little municipality, part of Renfrew County and located in eastern Ontario. It is central from the Nation’s Capital and the Historic Algonquin Park. The main village of Eganville is located at the junction of Highways 41 & 60, a major transportation route for trucks and vehicles traveling to and through those destinations.

The Township encourages development and is controlled through the Official Plan, Comprehensive Zoning By-law and various other municipal by-laws.

 

Avid Anglers will love these lakes and the area lakes and rivers.

You can expect fantastic fishing for Pike, Bass, Perch, Walleye, Lake and Brook Trout.

Pick the species and go to that lake AND FISH.

 

DISTANCES

From Ottawa to the property it is about 160 kilometers to the west.

From Arnprior to the property it is about 92 kilometers to the west.

From Renfrew to the property it is about 62 kilometers to the west.

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