Picture sitting on your pebbly beach, looking over Lake Huron, taking in the spectacular warm sunsets.
Imagine hearing the water rolling up the beach.
Here is an opportunity to have a beautiful cottage lot on Manitoulin Island.
This could be the start to your ideal family retreat.
Situated on the south side west side of Manitoulin Island.
The property is located in Robinson Township ,which is an organized township with the District of Manitoulin.
To the west is Little Huron Lake and Sand Bay, and to the east is Misery Bay Nature Preserve
This lot is .821 acres and has just under 100 foot frontage.
Access to the property is by gravel road that you can drive on in the non-winter months meaning spring, summer and fall.
The road is good enough to drive a car on.
Pebble Road is not plowed in winter.
This lot is owned and deeded, not leased.
There are no improvements (buildings) on the property.
This is a treed lot.
The new owner will have to put in a formal driveway and clear out a spot for camping, tenting or a cottage.
The property from the topo maps, appears to be primarily flat with a gradual slope towards the water.
How can you get there? Of course you can drive to the property but for something more fun and adventurous, we recommend the Chi-Cheemaun Ferry. The ferry is a unique way to enjoy the gorgeous scenery of Lake Huron and the beautiful shoreline terrain. The ferry departs from the seclusion of the Bruce Peninsula and docks in South Baymouth on the island. From here just head north on Highway 6 to Highway 542 and head west.
Come and get away from it all, here on the island.
Numerous outdoor activities wait. The Island has golfing, horseback riding, hiking and canoeing. Not to mention the hunting and fishing.
For the HUNTERS
There are more deer on Manitoulin Island than people.
Manitoulin has the largest sub-species of white tail deer in North America.
This property is in WMU 43A
Enjoy the many winter activities including cross-country skiing, ice fishing, snowmobiling, curling and more! Trade the city's pollution for a winter wonder land vacation on the island