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$36,000.00 CDN - File  60ES - 37.25 acres in Hanlan Township. $36,000 Cdn.

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A REAL NICE HUNTING PROPERTY

GOOD MOOSE PASTURE

BLACK BEAR HEAVEN

 

Welcome to The Moose Capital of Canada.

This 37.25 acre parcel of HUNTING LAND is in Hanlan Township about 10 kilometers west of the Town of Hearst, Ontario.

Right in the middle of some of the best Moose and Black Bear hunting you will find anywhere.

 

UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP

This portion of Hanlan Township is UNORGANIZED and is just west of the Town of Hearst.

That means that taxes are low and you do not require a building permit for whatever you want to build.

Build your hunt cabin and remember you do not require a building permit for the cabin.

 

PROPERTY SIZE

The property size is about 832 feet of width by a depth of about 1,939 feet for a total of 37.25 ACRES.

 

ABOUT THIS PROPERTY

We refer to this property as a “moose pasture”.

There are game trails throughout the property leading into and through the adjoining Crown Lands.

This is flat land at the front and it rises a bit towards the rear.

Depending on the time of year the grounds of the property could be wet.

This is not a swamp but if there is a lot of snow melt and lots of rain, the ground will get saturated.

That is because there is a lot of clay in the ground.

This property is NOT SUITABLE FOR FARMING OR YEAR ROUND RESIDENTIAL LIVING.

This property is AN EXCELLENT HUNTING PROPERTY TO BUILD A SMALL HUNT CABIN ON.

This property would be A GOOD PROPERTY TO CUT TRAILS ON AND GO SNOWMOBILING ON.

We knew that this property was coming up for sale sometime this winter so in the fall we were in the area and stopped by the property and took pictures.

 

ACCESS TO THIS PROPERTY

At one time there was a road that came to this property and past the property for another 600 meters and then it dipped down back to the Concession or about almost 2,000 feet.

Over the years because no one went to this property for almost 45 years some portions of the road grew in.

We drove a truck to within about 400 meters or almost 1,310 feet of the southeast corner of the property.

The owner has brushed out an ATV or ARGO trail on the old road bed right to the property.

With some work the old road bed could probably be brought up to where you can drive your truck right to the property.

Only have to repair about 1,310 feet.

 

THE TREES

All tree rights come with this property.

Trees on the property have not been recently harvested and appear to be anywhere from 45 to 60 years old.

Primary trees on the property are Spruce Trees with some Poplar Trees.

 

CROWN LANDS

About 450 acres of Crown Land abuts this property to the immediate west plus another 975 acres.

About 200 acres of Crown Land abuts this property to the immediate south.

In total there is almost 1,200 to 1,400 acres of Crown Land in the immediate area of this property.

 

PROPERTY RIGHTS

A review of the patent reveals the following rights that come with the property.

SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY

MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY

TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY

 

LIKE TO HUNT?

Moose

Picture yourself on your own property, breathing in crisp fall air, walking or in a stand on trails  through your property and the adjoining Crown Lands in search of one of Northern Ontario’s moose.

Welcome to the proclaimed MOOSE CAPITAL AREA OF CANADA.

In the fall this area transforms itself into a moose hunting paradise.

Hunters from all over come to get the opportunity to bag a moose.

Black Bear

This area has one of the highest bear populations in North America and with two seasons to hunt you now have more chances than ever to bag a Northern Ontario black bear.

Located in WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 24.

 

LIKE TO FISH?

There are many bodies of water to choose from in this area.

Some of the fish species found in the area are: Northern Pike, Walleye (Yellow Pickerel), Lake Trout, Brook / Speckled Trout, Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass and Yellow Perch.

 

NEED HELP TO BUY THIS PROPERTY?

The seller is willing to finance a sale of this property as long as you have $14,000 down payment.

On a purchase price of $36,000 and with a $14,000 down payment the seller will hold a $22,000 mortgage at 8% interest.

Pick one of the following payment plans

On a 5 year term and a 5 year amortization your payment would be $444.71 per month.

On a 7 year term and a 7 year amortization your payment would be $341.47 per month.

On a 5 year term and a 10 year amortization your payment would be $265.41 per month.

On a 5 year term and a 15 year amortization your payment would be $208.59 per month.

The mortgage would be an OPEN MORTGAGE that can be paid off in full WITHOUT PENALTY at any time before the term is up.

 

So what can you do here?

Cut out some shooting lanes (trails).

Set up your tree stands.

Use this property as your home base to go hunting in this area.

After you finish hunting or don’t want to hunt then go Canoeing, kayaking or white water rafting on the Mattawishkwia, Missinaibi, Nagagami, and Shekak Rivers and on the Chain of Lakes.

Admire the Aurora Borealis.

Go wild blueberry, raspberry picking.

Go snowmobiling

Go fishing and hunting on the area lakes, rivers and on the Crown lands in the immediate area.

There are many more opportunities to do things in this area so just use your imagination.

 

ABOUT HEARST, ONTARIO

Many years ago, the town of Hearst proclaimed itself the Moose Capital of Canada.

You can do all your major shopping in the Town of Hearst only about 10 kilometers to the east.

THE TOWN OF HEARST

The Town of Hearst is situated in the Cochrane District of northeastern Ontario on the Mattawishkwia River, about 260 km northwest of TIMMINS, approximately 92 kilometres (57 mi) west of Kapuskasing, approximately 935 kilometres (581 mi) north of Toronto and 520 kilometres (320 mi) east of Thunder Bay along Highway 11.

Hearst is a Francaphone community.

Hearst's industrial base has expanded from lumber to secondary wood products.

Tourism is a growing industry; the area is known for outdoor pursuits: hunting (particularly moose), fishing, canoeing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.

Hearst is also the destination of the Algoma Central Railway tourist excursion (Tour of the Line) from SAULT STE MARIE.

You can buy all your supplies in town, there are many restaurants to choose from, many motels and do all your banking needs in Hearst.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Any GPS Co-Ordinates that we provide are taken from the MNR Make-A-Topo-Map web site.

HST IS INCLUDED IN THE SALE PRICE OF $36,000

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