A GREAT PLACE TO RETIRE TO
A GREAT PLACE TO RAISE YOUR FAMILY
A LARGE BUILDING LOT IN THE TOWN OF IGNACE, NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO
The Municipal address allocated to this property is 11 Sturgeon Rd, Ignace
A real nice big building lot in the Town of Ignace, Ontario offering you;
YEAR ROUND ACCESS
YEAR ROUND LIVING IN A FRIENDLY AND BEAUTIFUL COMMUNITY
SERVICES AVAILABLE at the street
The property enjoys 114.85 feet of frontage on Sturgeon Court and a depth of 120 feet on the westerly line.
It fronts on the north side of the road so the front of the property faces south.
This property has never been built on and there are some nice mature trees on the property and with careful planning some of them can remain and be incorporated in a landscaping plan when you build on it.
The property is level throughout.
Sturgeon Court is fully developed with residential homes except for TWO empty properties of which this property is one of the two.
Town water and sewer is available along the street.
Electrical power is available at the street.
ABOUT THE TOWN OF IGNACE
The Town of Ignace is located on the busy junction of the Trans-Canada Highway/ Highway 17 (2 ½ hours west of Thunder Bay and 5 ½ hours east of Winnipeg) and Highway 599 — Ontario’s most northerly paved highway, leading north to Savant Lake, Pickle Lake and winter roads further north to many First Nations communities.
It is on the eastern gateway to Ontario’s Sunset Country in Northwestern Ontario and is a proposed route to Northern Ontario’s mineral wealth that is known as the ‘Ring of Fire’.
Situated on the shores of Agimak Lake, the Town of Ignace is a gateway to the remote rivers, lakes, waterfalls and forests that surround it.
There are two white sand beaches on Agimak Lake — Agimak Beach and West Beach, with the latter having a floating dock that provides an enclosed area for swimmers.
During the summer months there is an abundance of outdoor activities to enjoy, while in the colder months, the Township of Ignace transforms itself into a winter playground.
Residents love to ski, snowshoe, ice fish and the Ignace Otters Snowmobile Club sponsors special events on the trail network.
Ignace is the perfect place to raise a young family or settle in for life’s golden years.
New residents have come to Ignace to work in the private and public sectors, to enjoy an active retirement, to explore job opportunities in tourism or to open small businesses.
This small town is a rich fusion of cultures where people from varied nationalities and backgrounds share their heritage.
Ignace blends small town comforts and neighbourly folks who are always ready to lend a helping hand.
The residents take pride in their northern hospitality combined with a wide range of conveniences and services that this community has to offer.
The beauty of the northern landscape surrounding a progressive and modern community makes Ignace a truly great place to live, work and play.
IN THE WINTER
In the winter, grab your snowshoes or skis and experience the peace of the area’s vast trail network!
Quad and snowmachine trails can take you for miles into the Canadian wilderness.
Go ice fishing all winter.
Almost every person who lives in the Ignace area has picked fresh wild blueberries.
The boreal forest produces some of the sweetest berries in the world.
These antioxidant rich berries when picked and cleaned sell for a good price and are highly sought after by visitors and travelers.
The picking season usually lasts from the beginning of July to the end of August.
The best place to find these berries is in harvested forest sites accessible by logging roads.
Ignace undisputedly has some of the best fishing spots in all of Canada and the world.
Within a short drive from the Township there are literally hundreds of lakes for angling.
The variety of fish species found in our waters surpasses those in other well-known fishing destinations.
The most popular species are: walleye, northern pike, lake trout, brook trout, smallmouth bass, lake whitefish, sauger, and yellow perch.
For many people, hunting is a lifestyle and a food source.
It is also an important source of income in the Ignace area, due to the high level of tourism and guided hunting resorts. Some of the most popular hunting targets are moose, bear, deer, and small game such as grouse and snowshoe hare.
Ignace is fortunate enough to have two pristine swimming beaches with change rooms, picnic pavilions, and playground areas available.
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