ROAD ACCESS IN THE NON WINTER MONTHS
CLOSE TO THE CITY OF TIMMINS
This 150 acre parcel of land is located 8 km North of the City of Timmins.
There is a well used logging road that runs through the property.
This logging road gives you full access in the non winter months and can be used as a snowmobile trail in the winter.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
This 150 acre parcel of land is located in the Rural sections of the city of Timmins.
Located less than 15km from the Subject property is Timmins Airport, giving you access to the GTA, Ottawa or Montreal within a couple of hours.
Fully accessable in the non winter months by a well built logging road.
Roughly 400 meters of frontage on Little Goose Lake, but on some maps this area shows as marsh.
LITTLE GOOSE LAKE
Little Goose Lake is roughly 150 acres in size.
This lake is a Shallow Norther Pike Lake.
CITY OF TIMMINS
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.
The property is zoned RDRU
Since this property DOES NOT FRONT on a municipally maintained road then the Municipality limits what you can build You are allowed to build what is commonly referred to as “A HUNT CAMP”.
The definition of a hunt camp is that it can have a floor area NOT EXCEEDING 500 SQUARE FEET and you cannot live there permanently.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
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