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File 54ES  - 2.62 acres near Maple Lake in Stanhope Township Algonquin Highlands $100,000 CDN

Conditional Sale

$100,000 CDN

2.62 Acres

Property Description

 

LOCATION

This property is located in Stanhope Township which is withing the boundary of Algonquin Highlands.

More specifically the property is at the corner of Highway 118 and Norley Drive.

 

ABOUT THE PROPERTY

The property has a size of 2.62 Acres.

The contour maps and a personal viewing of the property show that the property is level throughout.

The front portion of the property is cleared and the rear portion is wooded.

The property enjoys about 218.53 feet on the west side of Norley Drive.

The property also enjoys about 362.37 feet on the north side of Highway 118.

 

ZONING

A review of the Algonquin Highlands Zoning By-Law shows that the property is zoned RU (RURAL)

PERMITTED USES IN THE RU ZONE are as follows:

Conservation                                                   Day Care Center

Dwelling, Single Detached                         Day Care Center

Equestrian Facility                                        Farm

Farm Produce Outlet                                    Greenhouse, Commercial

Hunt Camp                                                        Kennel, Commercial

Veterinary Clinic

 

PROPERTY RIGHTS

SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY

 

UTILITIES

A power line goes through the property so there will be access to electrical power.

The Township lows and maintins Norley Drive.

The Province of Ontario plows and maintains Highway 118.

For water you would either dig or drill a well and for septic disposal you would have a septic field.

 

LIKE TO HUNT?

We saw plenty of Deer tracks on the property and along the road.

The property is located in WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 54.

White-tailed Deer Seasons Rifles, Shotguns, Muzzle-loading Guns and Bows

November 4 to November 17

Ruffed Grouse and Spruce Grouse Seasons

Sharp-tailed Grouse Seasons

Ring-necked Pheasant Seasons

Gray (Hungarian) Partridge Seasons

September 15 to December 31

 

WHERE IS MAPLE LAKE, ONTARIO?

Maple Lake is located in the southern portion of Haliburton County northeast of Carnarvon and northwest of Haliburton and is easily reached via Highway 118 on its southern shores and North Shore Road for its northern shore.

The only public access to the lake is via the boat launch on Stanhope Airport Road.

The surface size of Maple Lak is 336 Ha which is equivalent to 830 acres.

Maple Lake has a maximum depth of 37 meters or 123 feet.

The median depth of the lake is 11.8 meters or 38.6 feet.

Major fish species in Maple Lake include Lake Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye and Lake Whitefish.

Boat Access To Maple Lake

The lake access point on North Shore Road near Dawson Road is on Municipal Land.

 

ICE FISHING AT MAPLE LAKE

You will see guys fishing all over Maple at a variety of depths.

Deep 100 foot hole in the middle of the lake always has portable huts.

Permanent huts are on the 35-40 reef off the north west end.

On the north shore, guys fish off the parking area in 20 feet of water.

Same for the south shore.

Walleye have been caught in 20ft and 50 ft of water.

Lakers & Wallys hang around the reef.

 

THE STANHOPE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT

The Stanhope Municipal Airport is located near the more populated south-central area of Haliburton County, providing community airport services to the County's residents and visitors.

A registered aerodrome and advertised in the Canada Flight Supplement (CFS), the Stanhope Municipal Airport is owned and operated by the Township of Algonquin Highlands.

 

DISTANCES

From Toronto it is only about 361 kilometers or about 3 ½ hours to Maple Lake.

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