File 39ES - 40 Acres in the UNORGANIZED EBY Township $60,000 CDN
SURROUNDED BY CROWN LANDS
WHERE IS THIS PROPERTY LOCATED?
The property is within the UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP OF EBY in Northeastern Ontario.
The Closest large community is the Town of Kirkland Lake, Ontario.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
The majority of this property is pretty heavily wooded with Spruce Trees.
Out of the property size of 40 acres there are about 32 acres of forest land on this property.
There is good potential to make some money by harvesting this property.
After harvesting then the new growth will attract plenty of game so you can then use it as your hunting property.
A review of the contour map shows that the property is mostly level land with the northeast corner section being about 10 to 15 feet higher than the rest of the property.
EBY TOWNSHIP is AN UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
There is NO OFFICIAL PLAN, NO ZONING, NO ZONING BY-LAWS.
You can build what you want, as big or as small as you want, build as many buildings as you want and there is NO BUILDING PERMIT(s) required for any structure you want to erect as there is no entity to issue one.
You will require a permit from either the Ministry of Health or the Ministry of the Environment for a septic system.
If you put in a composting toilet or an outhouse no permit is required.
NO SERVICES and OFF THE GRID
There are NO SERVICES to this property.
You would be totally OFF THE GRID.
For electrical power you would use solar, wind or a generator or propane or a combination of these.
For septic you can build a septic system or build an outhose or use a composting toilet system.
For water, you van have the property witched and either dig or drill a well or bring in water as you need it.
Since the township is AN UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP then the property taxes are paid to the Ontario Provincial Land Tax Authority.
As NO SERVICES are provided then the property taxes are very low.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY except for the “PINE TREES” which are reserved to the Crown.
Mineral Rights are reserved to the Crown.
The trees on the property are mostly mature Spruce Trees.
This property abuts CROWN LANDS on all four sides.
ACCESS TO THE PROPERTY
There are a few ways to get to this property.
If you wanted to harvest the trees on the property you can get a permit from the Crown (the MNR) to build a road through the Crown land from Highway 66.
The total distance from Highway 66 to the property is about 0.49 miles or say, a half mile or 800 meters.
Once you have harvested the trees you now have a road to the property.
You can also get very close to the property by going down the Trans Canada Natural Gas Pipeline.
The pipeline crosses Highway 11 to the north and it is about a 0.64 mile or 1 kilometer ATV/ARGO drive to about 110 feet of the northeast corner of this property as per a measurement on Geowarehouse mapping.
That 110 feet of land is through Crown Land.
You may have to get permission from the Pipeline to go down their easement.
You can also go down the Hydro line from where it crosses Highway 11.
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