Not often does a land holding of this size become available.
This is your opportunity to secure a huge allotment in the heart of Northern Ontario.
In AN UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP
GOOD HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
YOUR OWN HUNTING PRESERVE
LOTS OF POTENTIAL
A BIG PROPERTY with great highway frontage, 3 large lakes and numerous ponds and creeks and beautiful views.
Located on the north side of Highway 101.
Highway 101 originates at Wawa, Ontario and continues east through Timmins, Ontario, continues east and then crosses Highway 11 at Matheson, Ontario and continues east from there to the Province of Quebec border.
We are offering a large parcel of land that is located in the UNORGANIZED TERRITORY east of the Town of Wawa, Ontario.
A search of the original patents revealed a copy of an original survey dated from 1927.
This parcel has most of Bremner Lake within the property, all of Elbow Lake within the property and the south portion of Sunrise Lake within the property.
There are creeks and small ponds throughout this property.
The ENTIRE PARCEL has a TOTAL SIZE OF 1,999.14 acres.
This property is in AN UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
That’s right, UNORGANIZED.
That means NO OFFICIAL PLAN, NO ZONING, NO ZONING BY-LAWS, NO ZONING RESTRICTIONS and NO BUILDING PERMITS REQUIRED!
Excellent highway frontage and access.
There is about 7,712 feet of frontage on Highway 101.
Over the last 10-15 years there have been mining companies exploring the property and they have drilled in many areas of the property.
A very good result of the mining exploration is that in order to bring in drill rigs to portions of the property they had to build gravel roads.
There are many roads in this property and especially around the lakes.
There are 3 very nice lakes within or mostly in this property.
Most of Bremner Lake is in the property and a small lake just west of Bremner Lake.
All of Elbow Lake is within the property.
All of Sunrise Lake is within the property.
These are all good fishing lakes that offer a variety of fish opportunities.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
The property is not of a flat boring type of terrain.
There is structure here.
You have a rolling type of terrain with valleys and high points throughout.
There are rocky outcroppings that offer spectacular views.
A small portion of the property was harvested back in 2008 and 2009 but a good portion of the timber has not been harvested so there is timber potential.
We see huge potential here for future development if someone is interested in that type of investment.
LIKE TO HUNT?
Hunters will like this property.
Just think of it as “Your big back yard” where you and only you can hunt on.
This property offers three types of hunting opportunities: small game, wildfowl and big game.
Spring black bear season begins in May.
Fall black bear season begins mid-August.
Small game, waterfowl and big game, including moose, begins mid-September through mid-December.
Use it as your own hunting and fishing preserve and it will appreciate in value every year.
Located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 32
There is considerable development potential here!
Perhaps you want to develop the south side of Bremner Lake into cottage lots.
Maybe develop that side of Bremner Lake into a campground.
Improve the roads around Sunrise Lake and Elbo Lake and develop areas around those two lakes into cottage lots.
Harvest the mature trees on the property.
Good mining potential.
Lots of opportunity and all it takes is someone’s ideas and imagination.
Keep it as one large property as an investment that will only keep on growing year after year as properties this size are very few.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
MINING RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY (there is a net smelter royalty to a previous owner)
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
It is very easy to get to the property,
From the Town of Wawa go east on Highway 101 for about 13 kilometers and you are at the gravel road that is on the property.
Good highway access and it is ALL YEAR ACCESS.
The town of Wawa is located in the Algoma District on Wawa Lake, just east of Lake Superior, approximately 20 minutes’ drive north of Lake Superior Provincial Park.
Wawa’s city centre is just east of Highway 17, on Highway 101.
In the Ojibway language, the word ‘wawa’ actually means ‘wild goose’, which explains why the town of Wawa’s mascot is a giant goose statue.
The Wawa Goose is perched on a large rock welcoming visitors at the junction of the Trans-Canada Highway and Highway 101.
Wawa’s location on the northeastern shore of Lake Superior makes it a natural stop when travelling around the Big Lake. It’s a wonderful destination for fishing, paddling, and winter adventures like snowmobiling.
The abundance of inland lakes and rivers makes for many remote wilderness adventures.
You’ll find a number of accommodations, restaurants and things to see and do here.
This unique community has approximately 2,975 residents which includes large francophone and aboriginal populations.
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