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File 58ES - 30 Acres at Marjorie Lake near Larder Lake, Ontario $85000

Property Description

 

This is a unique opportunity to own a property on a very nice lake has great Pickerel fishing (according to the seller).

Just imagine that you can sit by the lake and put your line in the water right from your lawn chair and fish away or just sit there and contemplate life.

This property is very nice looking with some nice rock outcropping and sandy areas.

There are  level locations to build a cabin on and be surrounded by some towering Pine trees.

The property sits on the eastern shore of the lake and has an excellent sunset view.

Moose have been seen on this property as well as deer, bear, fox and lynx.

Build a sauna or put a wood fired hot tub along the shoreline and keep warm while listening to the loons call.

 

WHERE IS MARJORIE LAKE?

Marjorie Lake is within the Township of McVittie which is located within the boundary of the TOWNSHIP OF LARDER LAKE.

Larder Lake is an incorporated municipal township in the Timiskaming District in Northeastern Ontario.

It is located along Highway 66 and Highway 624 at the north-western part of the lake bearing the same name.

Larder Lake is also located just west of the Quebec border and is 2 1⁄2 hours north of North Bay.

 

ACCESS

There are various ways to get to this property just chose which one is best for you.

You can boat across the lake by crossing Crown land on the western shore.

You can walk along the rail road tracks ( average of only one train a day on this line) in the non winter months or snowmobile along the tracks in winter.

You can brush out and  use the old trail by ATV from the Larder Station Road from the east through Crown Land to the eastern side property.

You can apply for a permit from the MNR to make a road through Crown Land to the border of your property.

 

LAKE FRONTAGE

A review of the original survey shows that the property has a shoreline of 39 chains.

A chain is 66 feet so 66 feet times 39 gives you a frontage of 2,475 feet of lake frontage on the east side of the lake.

 

PROPERTY RIGHTS

We have read the original patent and have determined the following:

SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY

TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY

MINERAL RIGHTS WENT BACK TO THE CROWN MANY YEARS AGO

 

THE TREES

The Pine trees on this property are beautiful, the trees cover the sandy level ground which makes for gorgeous walking trails.

 

ZONING

A review of the Larder Lake Zoning By-Law reveals that the property is zoned NATURAL RESOURCES (NR) ZONE

 

PERMITTED USES UNDER THIS ZONING INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:

5.17.1 Permitted Uses

  • Agricultural Use
  • Camp (See Section 4.6)See below
  • Conservation Use
  • Forestry
  • Mineral Exploration
  • Existing Residential Uses
  • Sawmill
  • Existing Tourist Commercial Establishments
  • Accessory uses, buildings and structures to the foregoing permitted uses (See

Section 4.1Accessory Uses, Section 4.2 Accessory Residential Uses, Section

4.15 Home Based Businesses)

PLEASE NOTE:

4.6 Camps (Hunt Camps, Fishing Camps)

(a) Where a camp is to be established as an accessory use to a dwelling on the same lot, the

camp structure shall be separated from all dwellings on the same lot a minimum

distance of 500 m (1,640.4 ft.).

(b) Where a camp is to be established as the main use of a lot, the camp shall be separated a

minimum of 300 m (984.25 ft.) from dwellings on adjacent lots.

(c) A camp shall not be serviced with electricity or running water.

Definition of a camp

Camp (Hunt Camp, Fishing Camp)

Means a building or structure intended to provide basic shelter and accommodation on a short term basis for persons engaged in such activities as hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, hiking or other similar forms of recreation and to which no public services are provided (hydro, water, sewage, garbage collection, or road maintenance).

The definition of camp shall not include a seasonal dwelling or any other dwelling defined herein.

 

SURVEY

Our search of the Original patent revealed a copy of an original survey done on April 12, 1922 by Ontario Land Surveyor A Matheson.

 

ABOUT THE AREA

Only miles from the divide of the watershed that leads to the Arctic, the area has abundant wildlife such as moose and black bear, a variety of fish that include Lake Trout, Walleye (Pickerel) and Small Mouth Bass.

The stunning local terrain varies from hilly to flat, mostly wooded with coniferous forests, and dotted by numerous lakes and streams.

 

ABOUT THE TOWN OF LARDER LAKE

The municipality of Larder Lake is centrally located on highway 66.

The highway links the northern route of the Trans-Canada Highway between Ontario and Quebec.

A small population of 730 residents, Larder Lake’s economy relies on forestry, recreational tourism and mineral exploration.

Recent developments in mining exploration in the area have generated some optimism for both direct and indirect prospects of local businesses and employment-seekers.

 

ABOUT MARJORIE LAKE

We went on the MNR “Fish On Line” website and found the following information about Marjorie Lake;

This lake has a surface area of 31.9 Hectares or 78.8 acres.

It has a maximum depth of 7.3 meters or 23.99 feet.

It has an average depth of 2.4 meters or 7.87 feet.

Fish found in Marjorie Lake include;

Walleye

Yellow Perch

Northern Pike

Lake Whitefish

There are dozens of lakes close by, you can canoe from your cabin to many lakes such as Fork Lake, Diamond Lake, Misema River, Moosehead Lake, Spectacle Lake, Coate Lake, Beaverhouse Lake and several more. Wildlife abounds here.

 

 

 

 

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