UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP OF LOWTHER
YEAR ROUND ROAD ACCESS
ELECTRICAL POWER AVAILABLE AT THE ROAD
CROWN LANDS ADJOINS TO THE EAST
An opportunity to own a 3.75 ACRE property IN THE UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP OF LOWTHER south of Hearst, Ontario with frontage on Highway 583 which is a paved secondary highway that is MAINTAINED and OPEN YEAR ROUND.
The property fronts on Highway 583 with 625 feet of frontage.
There is a driveway entrance already in place into a cleared area at the south end of the property
The property is flat land with a cleared area of almost ¾ of an acre at the south portion.
The rest of the property is well treed with a mix of trees that are of good sizes.
Electrical power runs along the east side of the highway in front of the property.
It is easily accessed to bring power into the property.
You can choose to stay off the grid.
A review of the Patent Documents show that the property comes with the following rights;
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
During the review of the patent documents we found that the Crown originally patented the land under the Public Lands Act and granted the land to a Public School Board to build a school to service four unorganized Townships.
That never happened so the school board sold the land many years ago.
The fact that Lowther Township is UNORGANIZED makes this an attractive property.
You do have to talk to the Porcupine Health Unit regarding Septic Field and to the Hearst Planning Board who oversees road maintenance and driveway entrances (entrance already in place).
The property is triangular in shape.
It has 625 feet of frontage on Highway 583, it has a depth of 476 feet at the south end and a diagonal measurement of 824 feet. All for a total of 3.75 acres.
A few thousand acres of Crown land adjoins the property on its east side.
SO WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH THIS PROPERTY?
You can farm here, use it as your recreational property and as a home base for hunting and fishing in this area.
Build your home here and live here year round.
You can clear the property and start a farm.
You can have a home based business.
SO WHERE IS LOWTHER TOWNSHIP?
The township is about 32 kilometers or 20 miles south of the Town of Hearst, Ontario.
Hearst is a town on Highway 11 in the Canadian province of Ontario with a population of about 8,000 people.
It is located in Northern Ontario in the District of Cochrane, approximately 92 kilometres (57 mi) west of Kapuskasing, approximately 935 kilometres (581 mi) north of Toronto and 520 kilometres (320 mi) east of Thunder Bay along Highway 11.
This is a full service community.
It has a hospital, doctors, walk in clinic, restaurants, hotels and motels, grocery stores , buy your supplies and more.
This is a francophone community where the people are friendly and you can enjoy the beautiful French culture and language.
Many years ago, the town proclaimed itself the Moose Capital of Canada.
Local outdoor activities include fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, cross‑country skiing, camping, swimming, canoeing, and golf.
Hearst can be your playground!
Do you like to snowmobile?
Experience an incredible snowmobile ride though a 1,000 kilometres of wide trails.
Explore the vast boreal forest or travel magical spots inaccessible by car.
With its abundant snow cover, Hearst has wonderful trails for cross country skiers and snowshoeing.
Like to Hunt?
This part of Northern Ontario is a hunter’s paradise, whether you’re after big game like moose or spring or fall black bear and white-tailed deer, or small game and waterfowl, you will enjoy being located here.
Located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 23
Like to fish?
You will like fishing in this part of Northern Ontario.
Experience excellent Walleye and Northern Pike fishing on the many nearby rivers and lakes.
This property is in Fisheries Management Zone 8.