A NICE PROPERTY TO RETIRE ON
RAISE YOUR FAMILY HERE
CREATE A HOBBY FARM
A very nice property located in the Township of Shenston which is in the boundary of the Municipality of the Township of Chapple.
This is AN ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
This 25 acre property is in an area that is within easy access of the United States across a toll-free international bridge and about 32 kilometers (20 miles) from the magnificent Lake of the Woods.
The Rainy River area and the area where this lovely 25 acre parcel of land is the ideal choice for family living and retirement and it offers you many opportunities as a vacation and hunting destination.
1,137 feet of frontage on the south side of Development Road.
A depth of 1,028 feet on the westerly boundary.
A depth of 1,017 feet on the easterly boundary.
A width of 1,137 feet at the south boundary.
This road is maintained year round by the Municipality and plowed in winter so this is a YEAR ROUND ROAD.
The electrical power poles are located across from the property along the north side of Development Road.
Power can be easily brought into this property.
You also have a choice…you can be on the grid by hooking up to the electrical power lines OR be OFF THE GRID by going solar.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
The property had the mature trees harvested many years ago.
The new growth has come up very nicely and it has come in fairly thick as you can see in the aerial photos.
There is a good driveway off Development Road that leads into the property for about 200 feet to a cleared large area that would be the ideal area to build your house/cottage/cabin.
This will give you plenty of privacy from the road and any adjoining neighbours.
There are some trails throughout the property that you can walk on, atv on, snowmobile on, cross country ski on or snowshoe on.
Some larger trees were left standing so that the animals have areas to hide in.
The trails would make ideal locations for tree stands so you can hunt for deer or other game.
If you need water then if you have someone who knows how to witch for water you can either have a dug well or bring in a drill to have a drilled well.
If you have children, the school bus will pick them up at the end of your driveway and drop them off at the end of the driveway.
The property is zoned RURAL (RU)
6.1 PERMITTED USES
No land shall be used in the Rural Zone (RU) except for the following purposes:
Agricultural Service Agricultural Use
Conservation Use Dwelling, Single-detached
Farm Help House Forestry Use
Garden Suite Grain Elevator and Grain Drying Facility
Greenhouse Commercial Guest Cabin
Home Industry Home Occupation
Hunt Camp Kennel, Animal
Manufacturing, Light Mineral Exploration
Mobile Home Peat Extraction and Processing
Portable Asphalt Plant Light Industrial Use
Recreational Use Retirement Home
Secondary Dwelling Unit Small Scale Commercial Use
WANT TO FARM?
Here is your opportunity to become a hobby farmer.
Farming in the Rainy River region is a strong industry, and with the rise in locally-produced food, the future will be brighter, local food is a hot topic.
LIKE TO HUNT?
Whitetail Deer are numerous in the Rainy River District of Northwestern Ontario.
Many Whitetail Deer Hunters travel from across the province as well as from many areas of the United States and Canada for that "Big Trophy Buck Experience" that is available here.
Some come from as far as the United Kingdom.
This property is located in WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU 10).
LIKE TO FISH?
Fish the Rainy River.
Lake Of The Woods is only about 32 kilometers (20 miles) away.
There are creeks and small rivers and smaller lakes all within a few minutes to 30 minutes away.
The largest community within a 50 mile [80 km] radius of Stratton is Fort Frances.
Fort Frances is located about 36 miles [59 km] to the east of Stratton.
Chapple is a township municipality in Rainy River District in Northwestern Ontario, Canada.
The township is served by Ontario Highway 71, a branch of the Trans-Canada Highway, and by Highway 600.
Communities located in the township include:
Black Hawk - near Barwick Road and Highway 600
Finland - Highway 71 near Korpi/Lampi Road
Manders - on Highway 11 at the west of the township
Shenston - Fehr Road and Tait Road
The 2016 Census shows that the Township has a population of 638 persons.
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