Pattullo Township is an ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
ARE YOU LOOKING for a great place to retire to?
The ideal property to own to build your year round residence on or to build your summer cottage or Hunt Cabin on.
A great place to build your dream rural home and maybe raise your family in a warm and open rural environment?
This is a large wonderful 81 ACRE property located on the north side of SCHRAM ROAD which is open YEAR ROUND.
1,302 feet of frontage on Schram Road.
The property has a depth of 2,690 feet.
There is no need to go OFF THE GRID as electrical power is available along the west side of Schram Road and can easily be brought into this property.
BUT, If you want to go off the grid, you do not have to hook up to the power line.
Mature trees were harvested some 13-14 years ago and the new growth is now about 12-20 feet tall and anything that wasn’t harvested 12-14 years ago is at least that much taller and older.
There is about a 10 acre good dry area to build your residence or cottage on plus have a good hay field or a huge garden area.
Another area in the rear south section that is about 20 acres in size that is where the deer like to hang out in and would be the ideal area to place some tree stands on to hunt.
The remainder of the property is mostly black spruce woods in the wetter areas.
The mature trees were harvested about 15 years ago and any new growth is coming along very nicely.
The property comes with the following rights;
Like to Hunt White Tail Deer?
Enjoy some of the finest Whitetail Deer hunting in North America in this Rainy River, area in Northwestern Ontario.
Some of the largest bodied whitetail deer you will ever shoot come from this northwest section of Ontario.
There is always a chance to bag that trophy whitetail deer right on your own property.
LOCATED IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 10
The Resident and Non-Resident “Bows Only” season for White Tail Deer is October 1 to October 30.
The Resident and Non-Resident “Rifles, Shotguns, Muzzle-loading Guns and Bows” season for White Tail Deer is October 31 to November 15 THERE IS NO GUIDE REQUIREMENT IN THIS WMU
This property is in the RU Zone (RURAL ZONE).
The permitted uses in this zone include the following;
3.3.3 Permitted uses in the Rural area include rural residential dwellings, farm related
residential dwellings, agriculture, greenhouses, horticulture, recreational uses,
institutional uses, commercial uses, and industrial uses including extraction and
processing of peat for horticulture or fuel purposes, waste disposal sites, wayside
and regular pits and quarries. It is also the intent of the Rural designation to
permit and encourage such rural uses as forestry, mining and mineral exploration,
resource management and conservation uses.
AS YOU CAN SEE THERE ARE A WHOLE BUNCH PERMITTED USES IN THIS ZONE
Morley is a township in the Canadian province of Ontario, located within the Rainy River District. The township had a population of 481 in the Canada 2016 Census.
It includes the townships of Morley and Pattullo, as well as the village of Stratton and in 2004, the Township of Morley was greatly expanded through the addition of the geographic townships of Sifton and Dewart.
This Township is known for its beautiful sunsets, clear water, majestic forests, mainstay farming and championship curling.
The Town of Rainy River is the Gateway to Northwestern Ontario and southward, to neighboring Baudette, Minnesota. Rainy River is within easy access of the United States across a toll-free international bridge; 22 km (14 miles) from the magnificent Lake of the Woods; and a direct drive from Winnipeg, Manitoba. This welcoming full-service community of 1,000 residents links the surrounding population amid expanses of old-growth forests and lakes rich in wildlife and natural beauty. It combines prime habitat for moose, deer, numerous fish and bird species.
Fort Frances, or the “Fort” as it is commonly known, is the largest town in the Rainy River District and one of Canada’s major tourist entry points. Situated on the shores of Rainy Lake and the Rainy River, the “Fort” is a full-service community of approximately 8,000. Fort Frances is located across the international bridge from its sister city, International Falls, Minnesota making it the gateway to Northwestern Ontario.