File 39 - 122 acres in Colquhoun Township $125,000 Canadian
THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF CROWN LAND NORTH OF THE PROPERTY
GET OFF THE GRID IF YOU WANT
LOTS OF TREES
YEAR ROUND ROAD ACCESS
For those who were born to farm but, unfortunately, not born on a farm, the desire to have your own land can be so intense that you need to act now.
Buyers are flocking to rural recreational and investment property more than ever.
Buying and owning farmland or rural real estate is easier than most people think.
Farmland real estate, as an investment class, is much easier to research and understand than any stock or other kind of financial investment vehicle.
THE LAND IS REAL; you can touch it, you can live off it, it can make you money, it’s a hedge against inflation and it can be utilized for just getting “away to the country”.
Do you want to chuck it all and move to the country?
If you are looking to homestead then consider this property.
If you want to be OFF THE GRID, you can do that here.
If you want to farm, then you can do that here and grow crops or hay, raise animals and become self sustaining.
The rewards of farming are clear:
You have the joy of maintaining and working your land;
The chance to produce farm-fresh food that goes on your table or can be sold to the community;
An additional income source to help pay down the cost of your land purchase over time.
This property is located in Colquhoun Township.
Colquhoun Township is an UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
You can build what you want, where you want on the property, as big as you want and as many buildings as you want and you DO NOT NEED A BUILDING PERMIT.
THIS IS THE PROPERTY WHERE YOU CAN START YOUR FARM!
A total of 122 acres with OVER 20 acres OR 8.25 hectares of hay field on front of the property along highway 11.
Lots of good building locations on the property.
Some old corrals on the property.
OVER 10,000 ACRES OF CROWN LAND ADJOINING THE PROPERTY to the north.
The property enjoys;
1,422 feet 0r 433.50 meters of frontage on Highway 11.
4,064 feet OR 1,239 meters OR 1.24 kilometers OR 0.77 miles of RIVER FRONTAGE along the North Driftwood River.
THAT IS HUGE FRONTAGE ON THE RIVER!
It is located on Highway 11 about 15.8 kilometers OR 9.8 miles east of the Town of SMOOTH ROCK FALLS, Ontario and
about 37.4 kilometers OR 23.2 miles west of the Town of Cochrane, Ontario.
There is Electrical power along Highway 11.
Internet and cell service along Highway 11 at this property.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY.
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY.
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY.
As the river flows through this property the North Driftwood River averages from 120 feet OR 36.6 meters to 140 feet OR 42.7 meters wide.
A good wide and deep river.
You can fish on this river for Northern Pike and Perch.
You cab boat up river (to the north) for about 4 kilometers before encountering some rapids.
You can canoe or kayak another 39 kilometers upriver to where the North Driftwood River drains into the Abitibi River.
What a trip that would be!
You can also boat south of the property on the North Driftwood River for about 2 kilometers before encountering some rapids.
You can canoe or kayak another 90 kilometers or so downriver (south) to the Timmins area.
This property is located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 27.
Hunt your property and or the Crown lands that border this property to the north.
In this unit the moose season starts September 15 to October 5 for BOW HUNTING and October 6 to November 15 for GUN HUNTING.
There is a NON-RESIDENT SEASON for MOOSE and THERE ARE NO RESTRICTIONS FOR THE NON-RESIDENT MOOSE HUNTERS TO HAVE TO GO THROUGH AN OUTFITTER.
There is a NON-RESIDENT SEASON for DEER and THERE ARE NO RESTRICTIONS FOR THE NON-RESIDENT DEER HUNTERS TO HAVE TO GO THROUGH AN OUTFITTER.
A Non-Resident landowner DOES NOT HAVE TO GO THROUGH AN OUTFITTER to hunt in the WMU that his property is located in.
About Smooth Rock Falls
Known locally as “The North’s Biggest Little Town”, Smooth Rock Falls is a bilingual community in which services are offered in both official languages, English and French.
This is a friendly, well-kept town, with an “open for business” attitude thereby presenting opportunities for both prospective and existing businesses.
Smooth Rock Falls is situated on the Highway 11 corridor, between the neighboring Towns of Cochrane to the east (55 kms) and Kapuskasing to the west (65 kms). Highway 634, originating in Smooth Rock Falls, affords access to seven Hydro Generating Stations to the north.
Highway 655, starting in Driftwood (to the east), provides easy access to Timmins (100 kms south), the larger regional centre.
The town boasts an assortment of well-maintained recreational facilities with a broad range of pastimes. For example, in winter you can ride along over 1000 kms of wide, well-groomed snowmobile trails; go cross country skiing or ice fishing. Summertime offers boating, fishing, swimming and golfing.
It is located east of Kapuskasing, northeast of Timmins, south of Moosonee, and north of Iroquois Falls. It is about a one-hour drive from Timmins, the major city of the region.
It is the seat of Cochrane District.
The town's population is made up of approximately half anglophone and half francophone residents.
In the 2006 Census, Cochrane had a population of 5,487.
Cochrane is the home of the "TIM HORTON EVENTS CENTRE". Arena.
Most Canadians know the name Tim Horton; not all know that he was an elite National Hockey League player from Cochrane.
Local farmers set up tables and displays of fruits, vegetables, meats, cheese, baking and crafts at the Lake Commando Park, in Cochrane.
Cochrane is also where you can take the train called “THE POLAR BEAR EXPRESS” which will take you yo the Towns of Moosonee and Moose Factory on James Bay of Hudson’s Bay.