File 137 - 103 Acres in Ogden Township $36,000 Canadian
A NICE INVESTMENT PROPERTY
A GOOD HUNTING PROPERTY
YOUR OWN GET-A-WAY PROPERTY
MINUTES FROM TOWN
Go to Tim Hortons, buy a coffee AND IT IS STILL VERY WARM by the time you get to this property!
A gorgeous hunk of 103.3 acres property in the middle of nowhere yet close enough to civilization where you can do all your shopping needs just minutes away.
YOUR PERFECT GET-AWAY property where you can combine both HUNTING and FISHING all from one property!
103.3 ACRES in Ogden Township.
OGDEN TOWNSHIP is a township within the boundary of the City of Timmins in Northeastern Ontario.
Since the township falls within the boundary of the City of Timmins that means that it is an ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
ONLY 5 KILOMETERS DUE SOUTH OF THE CITY OF TIMMINS as the crow flies.
You can drive to this property in your truck in the non-winter seasons (so, spring, summer and fall).
The property is relatively flat throughout with a higher section in the southerly portion.
Lots of Crown land is to the north of the property, to the south of the property and a small piece to the west of the property.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
The mature trees were harvested some years ago and the new growth appears to be from 10-15 years old.
A small buffer of trees were left along the riverbank.
It appears that on the south side of the river most of the trees were not harvested.
Since the township is organized and the property does not front on a municipally maintained road then you are limited to what you can use the property for and what you can build on it.
IN THIS CASE, you can build what is referred to as “A HUNT CAMP” and it cannot be any larger than 500 square feet at its base.
The use is for recreational uses only and NOT FOR YEAR ROUND LIVING.
The Mountjoy River flows through the south portion of the property.
About 3,280 feet or about 1,000 meters of the river meanders through the property.
The river averages about 68 feet or about 20 meters in width throughout the property.
The Mountjoy River empties into the Mattagami River to the north within the City of Timmins.
We don’t know the exact depth of the river but are told that the river averages from 3 feet to 8 feet in depth.
Certainly deep enough to canoe or kayak on and maneuver around in a Jon Boat.
A review of the MNR’s Fish-On-Line web site shows that the Mountjoy River has the following fish species within the river.
Brook Trout, Walleye, Yellow Perch and Northern Pike.
Just imaging YOU FISHING ON YOUR OWN PROPERTY on your own private 3,280 foot stretch of the river.
ALL BY YOURSELF!
As we mentioned earlier in the story this property is minutes south of the City of Timmins.
Do all your grocery shopping and banking in Timmins.