File 71 - 158 Acres in Brower Township
YEAR ROUND ROAD ACCESS
THE ROAD FRONTS ON TWO SIDES OF THE PROPERTY
ELECTRICAL POWER IS AVAILABLE ALONG THE ROAD
The actual size of this property is 158.84 acres (almost 159 acres).
Located in Brower Township about 18 kilometers (11 miles) southeast of Cochrane, in Northeastern Ontario.
Brower Township is an UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
UNORGANIZED means that you don’t require a building permit.
There is NO ZONING and NO ZONING REGULATIONS.
Build what you want on your property.
Build any number of buildings you want on your property.
Build any size of building that you want on your property.
SURFACE rights come with this property.
TREE rights come with this property other than the Pines which are reserved to the Crown.
MINERAL RIGHTS WENT BACK TO THE CROWN MANY DECADES AGO.
The westerly side of the property has 0.8 kilometers or 800 meters or 2,640 feet of frontage ( half a mile of frontage) on New Post Rd (HWY 574).
The southerly side of the property has 0.8 kilometers or 800 meters or 2,640 feet of frontage
( half a mile of frontage) on New Post Rd (HWY 574).
TOGETHER THAT MAKES 1.6 KILOMETERS OR 1 MILE OF ROAD FRONTAGE
New Post Road (HWY 574) is an all weather road that is maintained year round.
The Northeast Corner of the property is cut by the old CN rail line that had the tracks removed some years ago.
The old track makes a great ATV trail to go hunting on and is also a way to get to that corner of the property.
The mature trees were harvested around the winter of 2016.
Any trees that were not considered to be marketable at that time were left standing.
A real mix of Spruce Trees, Poplar Trees and some Birch Trees.
There is a creek with several ponds in the northeast quadrant of the property.
The majority of the property is high and dry with some wet spots along the creek and ponds.
There are remnants of some old fields along the westerly side of the property.
There is electrical power available along the road.
Did you know that New Post Road (HWY 574) is the main road leading to the small community of Norembega.
So, what can you do with this property?
You could live here year round
You could build a seasonal residence here and use it as a base to go fishing and hunting from the property.
Do nothing and just keep it as an investment.
The Newpost First Nation has summer cottages across the road on the westerly portion of the property.
Get friendly with the people on the reserve and get permission to use their road so you can go fishing on the Abitibi River.
The Abitibi River is close by.
Really good hunting on Crown Lands is close by.
Located in WMU 27.
The Town of Cochrane is only 18 kilometers (about 11 miles) west of the property and you can do all your shopping and banking in Cochrtane.
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