AN AFFORDABLE BUILDING LOT
This is a rare find.
A legal building lot in a small community with good local services.
The property size is 80 feet x 120 feet.
The property fronts on Matheson Avenue.
Town water is available at the lot line and it can easily be brought into the property to where you will build the house.
You will require to place a septic field.
WANT TO GET AWAY FROM A BUSY LIFESTYLE?
Move to a small rural community where people are friendly.
Where you can breathe clean fresh air.
Where you can get to know your neighbours.
Where you can enjoy your retirement by going fishing every day if you want by just walking for 5 minutes from home.
Where you can go hunting within a 10 minute ride from home.
YOU CAN DO ALL THIS IN BEAUTIFUL MATACHEWAN, ONTARIO
If you appreciate to be surrounded by trees and nature instead of apartment buildings, living in a small community is an amazing option.
Life in a small community has its advantages.
You will find a slower pace and a more relaxed way of life, less traffic and pollution, you’re close to the big outdoors and you always know your neighbours.
NEED A PLACE TO RETIRE TO?
Are you getting ready to retire soon and want to capitalize on the current value of your home in a major metropolitan area?
Then perhaps you may want to sell your current home, get the big bucks and downsize to a small community and build yourself a smaller home and still have a good chunk of money left in the bank.
Enjoy a slower pace and learn to be more relaxed
Everything in a small community takes time.
People take time and keep at their own pace.
Small town living teaches you patience.
Usually most locals are super friendly in small Canadian communities.
YOU WILL ENJOY LIVING HERE
Matachewan is a township in Timiskaming, Northeastern Ontario, Canada, located at the end of Ontario Highway 66 along the Montreal River.
Matachewan is a community of approximately 400 residents that is located in the District of Timiskaming, in Northern Ontario.
The centre of the Township is approximately 40 kilometres west of Highway No. 11, the Northern Route of the TransCanada Highway, 250 kilometres northwest of the City of North Bay, and approximately 170 kilometres southeast of the City of Timmins.
The Montreal River is a significant natural feature running through the Township that allowed for the establishment of fur trading posts, lumbering businesses, and exploration.
The Township recognizes opportunities for sustainable tourism development, including the potential of the Montreal River area, particularly for hunting and fishing, camping, canoeing, snowmobiling, ATV-ing, and enjoyment of the wilderness and natural resources in the area.
There is a working gold mine not far from the town and there is employment in the area.
LIKE TO HUNT?
Many hunters come to this area in search of moose and black bear.
Small game, like snowshoe hare, ruffed and spruce grouse are also common in the region.
This property is located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 40 with WMU 29 being across the road.
LIKE TO FISH?
There is great fishing on Montreal River for northern pike and walleye.
The waters in the area, including the Montreal River, are populated with a variety of species of all sizes.
Popular fish include walleye, lake trout, northern pike and smallmouth bass.
During the colder months you can try your luck at some ice fishing. or go play in the snow by going skiing or snowmobiling.
WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO HERE?
Whether its spring, summer, fall or winter, there's always plenty to do and discover
This area has a variety of other outdoor summertime activities such as hiking, boating or discovering remote trails on your ATV.
This makes Matachewan area the perfect destination for the outdoor enthusiast all year around.
USE THIS PROPERTY AS YOUR HOME BASE TO GO FISHING AND HUNTING FROM!
There are thousands of acres of Crown Lands nearby to explore and hunt on.
There are dozens of lakes and rivers to fish on.
Matachewan to Sudbury 323 kilometers
Matachewan to Timmins 170 kilometers
Matachewan to Toronto 616 kilometers
Matachewan to Kingston 704 kilometers
Matachewan to Niagara Falls 713 kilometers
Matachewan to Ottawa 614 kilometers
Marachewan to North Bay 257 Kilometers