EASY ACCESS TO THE RIVER
NO NEIGHBOUR BEHIND YOU
YOUR CHOICE OF ONE OF THREE LOTS
SMALL TOWN LIVING
A GREAT PLACE TO RAISE KIDS
A GREAT PLACE TO RETIRE TO
THIS IS LOT # 1 of 3 lots that are available.
To live in Mattice-Val Cote is to opt for the best that life has to offer!
NATURE AT IT’S BEST
Lakes, rivers, parks and recreational areas all harmoniously managed to insure a quality lifestyle that is the envy of many and there to be enjoyed.
WE OFFER YOU
A beautiful building lot in the Town of Mattice in Northeastern Ontario, Canada.
With a size of 20.13 meters or 66 feet of frontage and a depth of 42.67 meters or 140 feet this is a large in town building lot.
The property fronts on the west side of 1st Ave.
The lot is level and as you can see in the aerial photo is grassed covered.
The Municipality of Mattice-Val Cote has been cutting the grass on this property and it looks amazing and manicured.
THIS IS READY TO BUILD ON NOW!
BEHIND THE PROPERTY
Immediately behind the property is Township owned land that is basically parkland that goes right down to the Missinaibi River.
YOU WILL NOT HAVE NEIGHBOURS BEHIND YOU BETWEEN YOU AND THE MISSINAIBI RIVER.
Just imagine that if you liked to kayak or canoe then all you do is take your kayak or canoe walk it down to the river and have fun, every day if you want.
Just imagine that every day you can walk behind your property and go fishing right off the riverbank!
This property has TOWN WATER AND TOWN SEWER running along the frontage of the property.
Electrical power is available along the street.
A copy of the reference plan showing this building lot is available and we have included a copy in out picture section of this story.
ABOUT THE MISSINAIBI RIVER
The Missinaibi River is a world renowned paddlers paradise.
The Missinaibi River is a river in northern Ontario, Canada, which flows northeast from Missinaibi Lake, north of Chapleau, and empties into the Moose River, which drains into James Bay.
This river is 755 kilometres (469 mi) in length.
It is one of the longest free-flowing and undeveloped rivers in Ontario.
The Missinaibi River offers access to exceptional wilderness, beautiful scenery, and exciting whitewater.
In fur trade days the Missinaibi was the main route between James Bay and Lake Superior and has earned its place as one of the 37 designated heritage rivers in Canada.
Exploring the Missinaibi River is not for the fainthearted or the paddling newbie.
Having an adventurous spirit is not enough: you need great swimming, paddling and camping skills.
It is also highly recommended that you have experienced training in white water canoeing (or a great guide / instructor with you).
In addition, you should be in decent physical shape.
ABOUT THE TOWN OF MATTICE
Mattice is located approximately 30 kilometers east of the Larger Town of Hearst, Ontario.
This beautiful town is situated along the shores of the great Missinaïbi River, half-way between Toronto and Winnipeg.
Mattice – Val Côté is an Ontario community with a residential vocation where it is good to live.
The township has a population of about 700 persons.
The satellite coordinates of the Town of Mattice are: latitude 49°36'41"N and longitude 83°15'44"W
What a great place to retire to.
Just think, you can go fishing in the non-winter months, go hunting in the fall, go ice fishing in winter all just minutes away from your property.
This is also a great place to raise your kids.
It’s a quiet and friendly community, a place where you can teach your children about the wonderful outdoors.
This is your opportunity to life live at it’s fullest in an environment that supports family values.
LIKE TO FISH?
The MISSINAIBI RIVER is a great source of fishing.
The Missinaibi River around Mattice contains Walleye, Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Fallfish (similar to a whitefish) and occasionally Brook Trout.
The Missinaibi River's width averages 300 - 400 yards around Mattice.
The depth of the Missinaibi River ranges from a few feet (in rapids and shoals) to over 30 feet in holes.
This river has excellent structure for walleye and bass and there are weed beds along the shore with deep drop-offs for huge northern pike.
You can fish every day from just behind your property.
LIKE TO HUNT?
Due its semi-remote location, this area which is part of what is called “the James Bay Frontier” has some of the best black bear and moose habitats.
The nearby town of Hearst is known worldwide as "THE MOOSE CAPITAL" of Ontario.
Living here can provide you with an unforgettable opportunity to fulfill your dreams of moose and black bear hunting.
There are two seasons for Black Bear hunting, the spring season and the fall season.
For both Black Bear and Moose there are times for Archery hunting and for rifle hunting.
This area is located in WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 24.
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.
DISTANCES FROM MATTICE
Mattice to Hearst approximately 30 kilometers or just under 20 miles.
Mattice to Kapuskasing approximately 70 kilometers
Mattice to Cochrane, Ontario approximately 184 kilometers
Mattice to Timmins approximately 231 kilometers
Mattice to North Bay approximately 555 kilometers
Mattice to Barrie approximately 803 kilometers
Mattice to Toronto approximately 911 kilometers
EASY TO GET TO, JUST FOLLOW HIGHWAY 11 TO MATTICE
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