File 75 Acres in the UNORGANIZED PART OF Clute Township $51,000
An Incredible opportunity to own a property where you can homestead.
Located in the UNORGANIZED PART OF CLUTE TOWNSHIP.
This property is west of the Frederickhouse River which places it in the UNORGANIZED PART OF CLUTE TOWNSHIP.
The nearest large community is The Town of Cochrane about 12.5 kilometers to the east.
Further south (about 80 kilometers) is the City of Timmins.
WHAT CAN YOU DO ON THIS PROPERTY?
You can homestead here, maybe go back to a simpler time where you can build what you can afford and enjoy the simple tastes of life.
You can live here year round.
There is no minimum or maximum size of home that you can build.
You can raise your children in a quiet country setting.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
This property enjoys 812.9 feet of frontage on Lake Rancourt Road.
This is a deep property of about 3,891 feet deep (almost 1.2 kilometers deep).
The mature trees were harvested about 3 years ago and the timber contractor who harvested the trees for the owner states that he left any trees with less than a 6 inch base standing.
In the past 3 years the new growth is coming up nicely and it has been attracting moose.
There is a Trans Canada Pipeline and Bell Canada Easement running diagonally through the property.
The pipeline is underground.
There are a little over 11 acres of the property between the Rancourt Lake Road and the Easement and then the rest of the property is south of the easement.
Use the easement to ride your ATV on or snowmobile on or go hunting on for a long distance.
Here is what this property has to offer…
YEAR ROUND ROAD ACCESS
Rancourt Lake Road is a year round road that is maintained by the Township.
The property enjoys 812.90 feet of frontage along the Lake Rancourt Road
ELECTRICAL POWER AVAILABLE
That’s right! Electrical power is available along the Lake Rancourt Road and it would be very easy to bring it into the property if you know where you will build.
You have the choice to be ON THE GRID or you can choose not to hook up to the electrical power and be OFF THE GRID. IT’S YOUR CHOICE.
OLD HAY FIELDS
You can see the remains of the old hay fields at the front of the property along the road.
There is about 5 acres in old fields that you can with some work, bring back to growing hay or make yourself some nice gardens.
It is also a good location to situate your house on and perhaps some outbuildings and a barn.
WALKING DISTANCE TO A LAKE
Lake Rancourt is 1 kilometer or 1,000 meters or 3,280 feet west of this property.
You can easily walk this distance in 10 minutes, bring your fishing rod with you and catch your supper and enjoy your catch every nigh if you wished.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
LIKE TO FISH?
Enjoy freshwater fishing at its best right here in beautiful Northeastern around the Cochrane region.
There are countless lakes and huge rivers and small creeks to fish.
Pick your species and go to that waterbody to catch them.
There are plenty of public launches throughout the region on these lakes and rivers.
Go fishing ONE KILOMETER AAWAY from this property at Lake Rancourt.
LIKE TO HUNT?
The Cochrane region of Northeastern Ontario is a hunter’s paradise, whether you’re after big game like moose or spring or fall black bear and white-tailed deer, or small game and waterfowl.
Hunt on your own property or go hunting on the nearby thousands of acres of CROWN LANDS.
This property is located within WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 27.
About Lake Rancourt
This is a nice deep lake that has a surface area of 75.2 Hectares or about 186 acres.
The deepest portion of the lake is 30 meters or about 98 feet.
The average depth of the lake is about 9 meters or about 29.5 feet.
Fish species in this lake include Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Walleye, Yellow Perch and Sisco (Lake Herring).
ABOUT COCHRANE, ONTARIO
Cochrane describes itself as a town with the amenities of 21st century life and the wide-open possibilities of the unexplored frontier.
The Town has all the amenities you need for day to day living.
Banks, restaurants, supply stores , groceries, bakery and a lot more.
There are hundreds of kilometres of snowmobile trails, countless lakes, and rugged wilderness just waiting for you around this area.
Did You Know?
Cochrane is the birthplace of Tim Horton, a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame who founded the Tim Hortons doughnut and coffee shop chain in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1964. Horton grew up playing ice hockey in Cochrane.
Getting to Cochrane
Conveniently located along the Trans-Canadian Highway 11, Cochrane is serviced by a network of air, rail, and road systems, connecting the town to major centers such as Timmins, Sudbury, and Toronto.
PLEASE NOTE: All the aerial maps we have used in this story are from various sources and they all show the forested property before the trees were harvested about 3 years ago.
Distances from this property
TO Cochrane, Ontario 12.5 kilometers
To Timmins, Ontario 117 kilometers
To North Bay, Ontario 385 kilometers
To Barrie, Ontario 634 kilometers
To Toronto, Ontario 741 kilometers
To Ottawa, Ontario 742 kilometers