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$59,000.00 CDN - File 3- Remote Lake Front Property


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Looking for a very private secluded lake front property? A place where you wouldn't be disturbed by neighbours.

Are you the adventurous type?  Don't mind  putting in a bit of sweat equity for a great return on that investment?

A piece of lakefront property that won't break the bank.

You may want to have a look at this hidden gem of a property.


This property is north of Kirkland Lake, in the Bernhardt township just 15 kilometres or 9 miles away.

The township is ORGANIZED.


136 METRES  of frontage on Little Cameron Lake.

The ONLY private ownership on the Lake.

This property is totally surrounded by Crown land


This property is remote access, and one would have to blaze a trail from a logging road. The logging road ends approx 525 metres from the property's south east corner.


Topographic maps indicate a rolling  terrain with a nice high point, for a spectacular view of the lake and the surroundings. Also not noted on the mapping are any low-lying areas or swamps.

In 2012 a forest fire raged to the west of the property in the Goodfish Lake and Nettie Lake area. The subsequent fire singed what appears to be a section of the eastern portion of the property. That was over 8 years ago and the regrowth should be well established now.


The property comes with surface rights and mineral rights, the trees are reserved to the Crown.


Do you like to fish? 

The property is surrounded by several lakes such as Bernhardt, Seely, Lancaster, Lavallie, Splashwater, Goodfish and Amikougami Lake. Pick a lake and test your skills. These lakes offer Great Northern Pike, Perch, Brook Trout and Walleye.


Do you like to hunt?

The property is located in WMU (Wildlife Management Unit) #28

This area is known for Moose and black bear hunting. Not to mention all the small game such as waterfowl, rabbit and wild birds.


Kirkland Lake

Kirkland Lake has been a staple for prospecting and mining as early as 1906. And it remains today a hub for precious metal resources. With a population of just over 8000, you will find all of the materials, resources and supplies you would need for a wilderness adventure. Kirkland also has it's own airport YKX with charters available from Algonquin Airlink and Thunder Airlines. The airport is 4500' by 100' width and offers refueling services.



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