A nice large property with year round road access with frontage on Highway 101.
Electrical power is available along the highway.
This property offers a multitude of opportunities.
HOMESTEAD ON THIS PROPERTY
BUILD AN EARTHSHIP
A GREAT INVESTMENT
This could be your HOME BASE to do some amazing fishing and hunting in the area.
EXPLORE FOR MINERALS
BE OFF THE GRID
IN THE MIDDLE OF A PRIMO HUNTING AREA
McCool Township is located east of the Town of Matheson in Northeastern Ontario.
McCool Township is AN UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP where you do not require a building permit to build whatever structure you want.
There is no Official Plan and NO ZONING so you can build what you want, as big or as small as you want, any number of buildings that you want and for whatever use you want and you DO NOT REQUIRE A BUILDING PERMIT.
The property contour map shows no low or wet areas throughout the property.
The elevation varies from a low of 350 meters above sea level to the highest point of 380 meters above sea level.
That is a difference of 30 meters or almost 100 feet.
This is not a boring flat property. There are some very nice rolling hills here.
There are trails throughout the property and many spots to build that get-a-way cabin that you always wanted.
Get to know your property and then plan where and what you are going to build.
Erect tree stands around the property along some of the trails if you want to hunt or take animal pictures.
SPLIT THE PROPERTY
The property size is about 148 acres of land that is split by Highway 101.
About 16 acres of land is south of Highway 101.
About 132 acres of land is north of Highway 101.
Highway 101 creates what is referred to as a “NATURAL SEVERANCE”.
That means that if you get a surveyor to survey the 16 acre parcel and give it a legal description then you CAN SELL THAT 16 ACRES.
This property comes with the SURFACE RIGHTS
This property comes with the MINERAL RIGHTS
This property comes with the TREE RIGHTS except for the Pine Trees
The mature timber was harvested about 12-14 years ago but there were some stands of timber left untouched.
The new growth is now 12-14 years old and is anywhere from 12 feet to 18 feet tall or taller depending on the species of wood.
Yes, because this property is in an UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP you can build whatever type of residence you want.
The challenge with building an EARTHSHIP is that most organized municipalities don’t understand about unconventional type of building.
In the unorganized Townships you don’t have to worry about that because YOU DON’T REQUIRE A BUILDING PERMIT.
Build whatever you want and whatever type of construction you want.
Build as many buildings as is practical.
The larger portion of the property which is on the north side of Highway 101 has about 132 acres of land has about 2,710 feet of frontage on the north side of Highway 101.
The property which is on the south side of Highway 101 has about 16 acres of land has about 2,295 feet of frontage on the south side of Highway 101.
LOTS OF SAND AND GRAVEL
Want to build some roads in your property or even make new ATV trails?
You can do that, all with your own sand and gravel from your own property.
Someday you may want to persue getting a GRAVEL PIT licence so you can sell gravel.
We think this property is a very good investment.
Potential for a gravel operation in the future.
Perhaps harvest wild organic blueberries from your own property to sell at markets in other centers.
There are always buyers for wild blueberries.
Good highway frontage.
Electrical power along the highway and along the Township line.
These all add to the value of the property today and in the future.
This p art of Northeastern Ontario is a mecca for hunters, whether you’re after big game like moose, spring or fall black bear or small game and waterfowl like grouse, partridge and various ducks.
Did you know that Northeastern Ontario is home to one of the largest black bear populations in North America, with males averaging 250 pounds.
Northeastern Ontario is also home to ruffed grouse and spruce grouse – and while you’re out there, you may come across both woodcock and snowshoe hare.
This property is located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 28.
There are blueberry bushes throughout this entire property.
This area is a regional hotbed of delicious blueberry foraging and this property is a PRIME BLUEBERRY PROPERTY!
SURROUNDED BY CROWN LAND
This property is surrounded by CROWN LANDS on all four sides.
In fact, there are very few owned properties in McCool Township as most of the township is Crown Lands.
This part of Northeastern Ontario is an angler’s paradise and it offers some of the best four-season freshwater fishing in the world.
2.4 kilometers or 1 ½ miles to the east is a large lake called Perry Lake.
2.6 kilometers or 1.6 miles to the north is another large lake called Munro Lake.
There are at least 6 other lakes within a very short 5-8 kilometer drive from this property.
From this property the distance to:
Toronto 675 kilometers
North Bay 315 kilometers
Barrie 565 kilometers
Hamilton 710 kilometers
Niagara Falls 770 kilometers
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