File 60ES – A beautiful 117 acre property in Devitt Township $175,000 Canadian
VERY NICE PROPERTY
OFF THE GRID
GOOD SEASONAL ROAD ACCESS
OPPORTUNITY FOR A HUNT CAMP OR A SEASONAL DWELLING
OFF THE GRID
CLOSE TO THE MISSINAIBI RIVER
Here is your opportunity to become a seasonal resident or have your hunt camp that you can easily drive to in the non-winter months.
An amazing opportunity to buy a property that is zoned RURAL where you can build your recreational summer cottage or seasonal recreational residence and become a country squire for each summer and fall where you can grow some vegetables have the opportunity to just enjoy nature and go fishing on the Missinaibi River and then do fall hunting when hunting season opens up.
You can eat what you grow in your garden without having to worry about pesticides, growth hormones or any of that deadly junk.
Outdoor enthusiasts have everything they could hope for in Mattice – Val Côté.
In addition to fishing, hunting, or riding an ATV, bike or snowmobile, they can also hop in a canoe or kayak*, go camping, or enjoy one of our several parks to have a picnic, get the kids to play, or simply meet with friends.
Devitt Township is an ORGANIZED Township within the boundary of TOWNSHIP OF MATTICE-VAL CÔTÉ.
The property is located just southwest of the Town of Mattice which is approximately 30 kilometres east of Hearst and 70 kilometres west of Kapuskasing on Ontario Highway 11.
This property has frontage on the Old Indian Burial Site Road.
The Old Indian Burial Site Road is a seasonal road that is serviced and maintained by the Municipality.
The road is NOT PLOWED IN WINTER so access in winter would be by snowmobile.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
We have 117 acres of nice land.
The property has about 1.38 kilometers or 1,380 meters or 4,527 feet of frontage on the Old Indian Burial Site Road.
There is a creek that originates from Lac a Brouard (Brouard Lake) to the north .
The creek flows south through the property and empties into the Missinaibi River to the south.
The property also has about 2000 feet of frontage along the west side Missinaibi River.
The mature timber was recently harvested but trees were left along both sides of the creek and also in small strips throughout the property in order to provide habitat for game.
Mostly level throughout the property now has the potential to be further cleared in order to make hay fields or you can just leave it and let it regenerate itself back into a wood property.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY except for the “Pine Trees” which are reserved to the CROWN.
There are NO SERVICES to or on this property.
YOU ARE OFF THE GRID.
For sewer you would require a septic field or an outhouse or a composting toilet.
For water you would either dig a well or drill a well.
A review of the contour maps show that the rear of the property is lower than the rest of the property and at times of the year may be a little wet.
A review of the Township Official Plan and ZONING BY=LAW shows that the property is in the RU (RURAL) ZONE.
A small portion of the property being the section of property between the road and the river is zoned OS1 (Open Space (OS1) Zone)
PERMITTED USES IN THE ZONE
10.1 RURAL ZONE (RU) ZONE
10.1.1 Permitted Uses
- Agricultural use
- Agriculture-related uses
- Forestry use
- Hunting and fishing camp
- Mineral mining operation
- Natural gas transmission facility
- On-farm diversified uses
- Open storage, accessory to a permitted use
- Seasonal dwelling
- Wayside pits and quarries; portable asphalt plants; and portable concrete plants.
9.1 OPEN SPACE (OS1) ZONE
9.1.1 Permitted Uses:
- Public park
PLEASE NOTE: here are the definitions of the following uses.
HUNTING AND FISHING CAMP means a tourist establishment that provides accommodation throughout all or part of the year and that has facilities for serving meals and furnishes equipment, supplies or services to persons in connection with angling, hunting, camping or recreational purposes and may include liquor licensed premises, accessory retail facilities, and accommodation facilities for staff.
SEASONAL DWELLING means a single detached dwelling used as an occasional resort for vacation, recreation, rest and relaxation purposes by a person or persons who regularly resides in a permanent dwelling at another location.
LIKE TO HUNT?
This property is located in the Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 24
Hunt your property and hunt those thousands of acres of Crown lands that border the rear of this property.
LIKE TO FISH?
Fish Shallow Lake, the large and long Missinabi River and countless other lakes in the area plus the smaller creeks and smaller rivers.
According to the MNR Fish-On-Line web site Shallow Lake has Northern Pike, Walleye (Pickeral) and Yellow Perch within its waters.
ABOUT MATTICE ONTARIO
Situated at the junction of TransCanada Highway 11, of the Ontario Northland railway and the Missinaïbi River, half-way between Toronto and Winnipeg, Mattice – Val Côté is an Ontario French community with a residential vocation where it is good to live and to play.
Do your daily shopping in Mattice.
Your weekly or monthly shopping trips can be done in Hearst to the west or in Kaupuskasing to the east.
Located a few kilometers north of Highway 11 in Mattice, folks go to the lake to enjoy all sorts of water activities (swimming, boating, tubing, skiing, riding moto-marines, boards and kayaks, fishing, and more), to do some ice fishing, camp and relax at the cottage.
The Missinaibi River
The Missinaibi river runs in a northeast direction for 426 kilometres.
Less than 100 kilometres from Lake Superior, the river travels from Lake Missinaibi, north of Chapleau, all the way to Moose River.
The confluence of this river is less than 100 kilometers from James Bay.
The river is renowned for its intact panoramic beauty, the diversity of its natural characteristics, and for the major role it played in Canadian history as an important fur trade route.*
The Missinaibi offers its visitors the opportunity to take part in prolonged canoeing and backcountry camping experiences.
To those who live close by and who enjoy fishing, camping, and snowmobiling, the Missinaibi provides hours of leisurely exploration and pleasure.
Distances tp this property from;
Toronto 909 kilometers
Barrie 811 kilometers
Sudbury 534 kilometers
Ottawa 921 kilometers
Niagara Falls 1,015 kilometers
Windsor 1,132 kilometers
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