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$40,000.00 CDN - File  14ES -  7.56 Acres in Hanlan Township in Hearst, Ontario $40,000 Canadian

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YEAR ROUND ROAD ACCESS

BUILD HERE

HOMESTEAD HERE

THIS COULD BE YOUR GATEWAY TO GOOD HUNTING AND FISHING

FINANCING AVAILABLE

 

A very nice property located in HANLAN TOWNSHIP.

This portion of Hanlan Township is within the boundary of the TOWN OF HEARST so this property is within AN ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.

You can build on this property.

You can make a hobby farm on this property.

You can enjoy some fine country living on this property.

There is a nice cleared area of about 1 acre in size where you can build a house and other outbuildings and/or make a large garden area.

There is an area of about almost 2 acres that was an old field that has started to grow in but it can be cleared again to make gardens or grow hay or even fence in for a cow or a horse.

The rest of the property has some nice treed area that has mostly spruce trees and some poplar trees.

 

ACCESS

Year round road access on Cloutier Road North.

The property has 594.77 feet or 181.28 meters of frontage on the east side of Cloutier Road North.

The road is maintained and plowed by the Town of Hearst.

 

ZONING

This property is in a  RURAL (RU) ZONE

9.1.1 Permitted Uses

  • Agricultural uses • Agriculture-related uses
  • Forestry use • Greenhouse
  • Hunting or fishing camp • Kennel
  • On-farm diversified uses • Office accessory to a permitted use
  • Recreational vehicle sales outlet • Recreational use
  • Riding school or stable • Seasonal dwelling
  • Tree nursery • Veterinary establishment

Permanent Single Detached Dwellings

Within the Rural (RU) zone, a permanent single detached dwelling or permanently installed mobile home

shall be permitted under the following circumstances:

  1. As an ancillary use to one of the following permitted uses:
  2. Agricultural uses;
  3. Forestry use; or

iii. Hunting or fishing camp.

 

SURVEY

We have a copy of a survey that was done in 1995 that is available.

In fact, we have posted a copy of it in the story.

 

DRIVEWAY ENTRANCE

The owner has just contracted a local construction company to install a 20 foot long and 16 inch diameter galvanized culvert for the new driveway entrance to the property.

The construction company will also do 40 feet of ditch cleaning and will supply and place rip rap at each end of the culvert to reduce erosion.

This is a professional job that will be done right.

 

LIKE TO FISH?

This part of Northeastern Ontario is an angler’s paradise.

Northeast Ontario caters to a number of different fishing styles–freshwater and fly fishing, canoe and kayak angling, powerboats, and ice fishing on foot or by snowmobile.

Fish for Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Walleye, Smallmouth Bass in local lakes and rivers like Johnson Lake, Mattawiskwia River, Hanlan Lake, Lake Pivabiska, French Lake, Wolverine Lake and a lot more lakes and rivers.

All within 5-30 minutes from this property.

Located in FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ZONE 3

 

LIKE TO HUNT?

This part of Northeastern Ontario is a mecca for hunters, whether you’re after big game like moose, spring or fall black bear and white-tailed deer, or small game and waterfowl like grouse, partridge and various ducks.

This area is home to one of the largest black bear populations in North America, with males averaging 250 pounds.

The moose hunting is rewarding fo those lucky enough to get a tag and who know what they are doing.

The excitement of duck hunting never pales – enjoy the crisp autumn air, dew on your feet, waiting in your blind patiently calling.

This area is also home to ruffed grouse and spruce grouse and while you’re out there, you will also come across snowshoe hare.

The property is located in WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 24.

 

LIKE TO SNOWMOBILE?

With some of the most reliable snow in Ontario and one of the longest seasons around, snowmobiling is an altogether different experience in this part of Ontario!

It’s a way of life!

The trails are wide and fast, the snow conditions are great, and the people are always friendly.

Four Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Club (OFSC) districts and thousands of kilometres of groomed trails winding through awe-inspiring winter forests make this part of Northeastern Ontario your destination for an awesome sledding experience.

 

NEED HELP TO BUY THIS PROPERTY?

 

The Seller is willing to finance the purchase of this property as long as a Buyer has the required DOWN PAYMENT OF $14,000 Canadian.

If a Buyer has a minimum of $14,000 down payment the Seller will HOLD AN OPEN MORTGAGE of $26,000 Canadian at 8% interest on a Buyer’s choice of the following terms:

On a 5 year term and a 5 year amortization the monthly payment is $525.57 per month.

On a 7 year term and a 7 year amortization the monthly payment is $403.56 per month.

On a 5 year term and a 10 year amortization the monthly payment is $313.67 per month.

On a 5 year term and a 15 year amortization the monthly payment is $246.52 per month.

On a 5 year term and a 20 year amortization the monthly payment is $215.30 per month.

YOU PICK THE TERM THAT BEST SUITS YOU.

 

ABOUT HEARST, ONTARIO

Hearst is a town in the district of Cochrane, Ontario, Canada.

It is located on the Mattawishkwia River in Northern Ontario, approximately 92 kilometres west of Kapuskasing, approximately 935 kilometres north of Toronto and 520 kilometres east of Thunder Bay along Highway 11.

Population: 5,070 (2016)

DID YOU KNOW THAT…

The cost of living in Hearst is 25% lower than the Ontario average.

The cost of living in Hearst is 16% lower than the national average.

The town of Hearst is located on the TransCanada Highway, about 250 km northeast of Timmins, the regional centre for this part of Ontario.

Given its location in the heart of the Boreal forest, Hearst evolved as a lumber town, and remains one to this day.

It has the highest percentage of French-speakers in Ontario, although services in the town are also available in English. Hearst is renowned for hunting (it proclaimed itself the moose capital of Canada years ago), fishing and more than 1,000 kilometres of snowmobile trails.

It is also home to a French-language satellite campus of Laurentian University, the Université de Hearst.

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