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File 66ES   -  114 Acres in Eilber Township S125,000 CDN

SOLD!

$125,000 CDN

114 Acres

Property Description

 

114 ACRES

GOOD FARMLAND

YEAR ROUND ROAD ACCESS

OLD HAY FIELDS

CREATE YOUR HOBBY FARM

SELLER FINANCING IS AVAILABLE

 

The prospects for buying a home today are more challenging than at any other time in recent history.

Buying a home today is almost out of reach for most buyers.

IF you are handy with tools and have the skills and patience to do your own work then this property may be your opportunity to create your dream of owning a home or being a hobby farmer.

Imagine a property where you can enjoy a simpler lifestyle , a quiet area and a safer place to raise your family.

A property where you can grow your own food for consumption or to sell at market gardens.

 

LOCATION

The Municipal Address for this property is 508 Hwy11E, Mattice-Val Côté, Ontario, District Of Cochrane, P0L 1T0.

This property is located in Eilber Township which is within the boundary of the Municipality of Mattice-Val Cote’ in Northeastern Ontario.

Mattice-Val Côté is an incorporated township in Cochrane District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada.

It is located approximately 30 kilometres east of Hearst and 70 kilometres west of Kapuskasing on Ontario Highway 11.

More specifically the property fronts on the north side of Highway 11.

 

ABOUT THE PROPERTY

If you want to become a hobby farmer then you must look at this property.

There is a total of 114 acres of old farm fields and some wooded areas.

An abandoned older two story house remains standing on the property.

The building is in fair to poor condition but the shell appears to be in decent condition.

We think that it can be renovated and upgraded so that it can be made livable.

There is a well but we don’t know how deep the well is or if it is a dug or a drilled well.

There is an older septic field.

The property fronts on the north side Highway 11.

This property enjoys 863.79 feet of frontage along Highway 11.

The property has a depth of 5,831 feet on the westerly line and a depth of 6,077 feet on its easterly line.

Well over ONE MILE of depth on this property !

The rear of the property fronts on an unopened road allowance .

There is a trail that can be driven on in the non winter months and then by snowmobile.

The northern portion of the property is pretty well wooded with a mix of Poplar trees and Spruce Trees.

 

ABOUT THE ABANDONED HOUSE

We are selling this property “AS IS”.

The structure is a 2 story frame dwelling of unknown age with an older asphalt shingle roof.

We believe that the frame is of sound condition and it will need new windows and a new roof plus a lot of work on the inside.

We would refer to this as a "handyman special".

It would certainly be a good start for someone wanting to get in on the ground floor at minimal investment.

The seller has no knowledge of and makes no representation as to the condition of the structure(s) or as to how it was heated or wired and serviced.

 

HOBBY FARM, MARKET GARDEN, FAMILY FARM

Are you new to hobby farming?

You can grow organic vegetables grown for your own consumption as well as for fresh market.

Raise your own Chickens. Poultry doesn’t require much space and are inexpensive to feed, which can make them a perfect animal to raise on a small hobby farm.

Have some Goats. Goats are social animals that make great companions. Furthermore, they can help control brush and weeds, are a nutritious meat source and provide plenty of dairy.

How about some sheep. Able to provide dairy, meat and wool, sheep can be a great type of livestock to raise on a hobby farm because they don’t require a lot of space. In fact, four or five sheep can live comfortably live on one acre of land. Sheep are easy to feed as they can eat grass in the warmer months and hay in the winter.

These are just some ideas.

 

ACCESS

This property has direct access via a driveway on the north side of Hwy 11

You can get to this property year round.

Highway 11 is a Provincially owned highway that is maintained by the MTO (Ministry Of Transportation Ontario).

This also means that a school bus would pick up and drop off students to this property if a new owner had children.

The rea of the property is accessed via a seasonal trail that goes east about 0.5 kilometers (a half kilometer) off Gagnon Road.

 

CREEK

A seasonal creek flows through the property in an east/west direction.

The creek flows west into the Missinaibi River.

The local beavers have been busy and have created a nice pond about 3 acres in size.

Most days you would probably see some waterfowl on the pond.

 

SURVEY

There is no survey in the sellers possession and it is unknown if there even is one BUT we can provide a buyer with the GPS Co-Ordinates of the property corners as we get them from Google Earth.

 

SERVICES

Electrical power is into the property.

There is an existing well that provided water to the old homestead when it was occupied.

We have no information about the well or if it is a dug well or a drilled well.

There is an older septic field that serviced the existing structure when it was occupied.

 

PROPERTY RIGHTS

The rear 75 acres come with the following rights
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY

All TREES RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY

MINERAL RIGHTS BELONG TO THE CROWN.

The front 39 acres come with the following rights

SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY

All TREES RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY

MINERAL RIGHTS  COME WITH THE PROPERTY.

 

ZONING

A review of the Zoning By-Laws shows that the majority of this property is zoned RURAL ZONE (RU).

Either side of the creek is zoned OPEN SPACE (OS1) ZONE.

PERMITTED USES IN THE RU ZONING

  • Agricultural use • Agriculture-related uses
  • Club • Conservation
  • Forestry use • Greenhouse
  • Hunting and fishing camp • Kennel
  • 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

SOME DEFINITIONS of the uses

AGRICULTURAL USE means the growing of crops, including nursery, biomass, and horticultural crops; raising of

livestock; raising of other animals for food, fur or fibre, including poultry and fish; aquaculture; apiaries; agro-forestry; maple syrup production; and associated on-farm buildings and structures, including, but not limited to livestock facilities, greenhouses, manure storages, value-retaining facilities, accommodation for full-time farm labour when the size and nature of the operation requires additional employment, and any building or structure customarily used in connection with a farm, defined in the Ontario Building Code as a farm building.

AGRICULTURE-RELATED USES means those farm related commercial and industrial uses that are directly related to farm operations in the area, support agriculture, benefit from being in close proximity to farm operations, and provide direct products and/or services to farm operations as a primary activity.

ON-FARM DIVERSIFIED USES mean uses that are secondary to the principal agricultural use of the property, and are limited in area. On-farm diversified uses include, but are not limited to, home occupations, home industries, agri-tourism uses, and uses that produce value-added agricultural products.

 

NEED HELP TO BUY THIS PROPERTY?

If you have a $50,000 down payment , the seller will hold an OPEN MORTGAGE for $75,000 at 8% interest on your choice of the following terms;

On a 5 year term and a 10 year amortization the payment is $904.81 per month.

On a 5 year term and a 15 year amortization the payment is $711.11 per month.

On a 5 year term and a 20 year amortization the payment is $621.27 per month.

On a 5 year term and a 25 year amortization the payment is $572.41 per month.

On a 5 year term and a 30 year amortization the payment is $543.53 per month.

WE CAN ALSO CUSTOMIZE A PAYMENT PLAN FOR YOU.

 

ABOUT MATTICE-VAL COTE’ and the TOWN OF MATTICE , ONTARIO

Mattice-Val Côté is In the heart of the Missinaibi which perfectly describes the charming community of Mattice – Val Côté.

Mattice-Val Cote’ is a residential community of approximately 650 residents where one can enjoy a good and simple life.

The Missinaibi still lures people with its charms, including both summer and winter outdoor enthusiasts.

Every year, canoeists from all over the world camp in the Missinaibi municipal park on their way to James Bay. During the winter, snowmobilers travel long distances on its frozen surface, sometimes as far as Moosonee.

 

ABOUT 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.

As one of the longest free-flowing rivers in Canada, this magnificent river corridor reveals striking rock formations along its shorelines, rapids and falls.

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 continues to offer 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.

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