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File 80ES - 40 ACRE HUNTING PROPERTY near Mobbs Lake $115,000 CDN

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$115,000 CDN

40 Acres

Property Description

 

 

AN EXCELLENT HUNTING PROPERTY

ONLY ABOUT 400 FEET FROM MOBBS LAKE

TOTALLY OFF THE GRID

PRIVACY

ADJACENT TO CROWN LAND

COMBINE HUNTING AND FISHING

 

You have a wonderful opportunity to own this 40.25  acre property in Playfair Township that has been set up as the HUNT CAMP you have always wanted.

Playfair Township is just south of the Town of Matheson and is within the boundary of the Municipality of Black River-Matheson.

Playfair Township is AN ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.

Imagine having your hunt camp within about 400 feet from a pretty little lake that you can fish on.

 

ACCESS

You CAN DRIVE A TRUCK TO THIS PROPERTY.

The sellers have taken a transport trailer to the property and set it up as a hunting cabin (look at the pictures).

A new outhouse was constructed in the last 2 years.

The road to the property has been brushed out and improved so driving there will not scratch your truck.

Once you are in the property there are some ATV trails through the property and one trail takes you right to Mobbs Lake.

 

TREES

ALL TREES come with the property with the exception of the “Pine Trees” (White Pines and Red Pines) which are reserved to the Crown.

To our knowledge there are no “Pine Trees” on this property.

There are mature trees on the property that have not been harvested.

The primary trees on this property are Spruce Trees and Poplar Trees plus a small mix of Balsam Trees and some Birch Trees.

 

PROPERTY RIGHTS

A review of the original Patent documents and the Parcel Register reveal the following;

SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY

TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY (with the exception of the “Pine Trees” which are reserved to the Crown.)

 

MINERAL RIGHTS ARE OWNED BY THE CROWN AS THEY WERE FORFEITED BACK TO THE Crown in 1979 for non payment of the mineral taxes.

 

ABOUT THE PROPERTY

The contour map shows that about ¾ of the property is mostly level at about 300 meters above sea level.

There are a few areas of rocky outcroppings where you can scope around the property,

The westerly quarter of the property slopes down to about 290 meters above sea level towards the seasonal creek that flows into Mobbs lake.

So we have mostly good high dry land, some rocky outcroppings, some slope down to the creek and a few patch areas of maybe some wetland areas.

This all makes for the ideal moose habitat.

The property is well treed with a mix of hardwoods and softwoods as mentioned previously in the section marked TREES.

The owners have improved the access to the property by repairing the road and brushing the sides of the road so that you won’t scratch your truck.

They have also opened some new ATV trails throughout the property  to make getting to Mobbs Lake easier and to hunt on.

They also brought in a large hunting trailer (see the pictures) and constructed a better outhouse.

 

MOBBS LAKE

MOBBS LAKE is only about 400 feet from the southwest corner of this property.

Mobbs Lake has a surface area of about 30 acres and we are told that there are NORTHERN PIKE in the lake and it averages about 10-14 feet deep.

 

INCLUDED WITH THIS PROPERTY

Included with the property is a large former transport truck trailer that has been set up as a hunting camp.

 

WHAT TO DO IN THIS AREA IN THE WINTER

With 384 kms of well groomed snowmobile trails and 10 feet of annual snowfall, winters are to be enjoyed here. Snowmobiling is one of Black River-Matheson's largest winter industries.

Riders travel from near and far to enjoy this townships trail system.

Snowshoeing and cross country skiing are also very popular in the area, with an abundance of high quality snow, winter fanatics can get out and enjoy every day.

In Black River-Matheson, ice fishing is enjoyed by both families and devoted fishermen alike - there's nothing better than a day out on the lake.

Lake Abitibi and Black River are just two of the many lakes and rivers in the area that residents and visitors alike will find some of the best ice fishing in Northern Ontario.

 

WHAT TO DO IN THIS AREA IN THE SPRING, SUMMER and FALL

For those who love the outdoors and all that it offers, Black River-Matheson is a nature lover's paradise.

The Townships 150+ lakes and rivers and it’s 300,000+ acres provide beautiful sandy beaches, excellent fishing, boating, hiking, and camping opportunities.

For those who prefer more challenging activities, take a canoe trip along the Black River to the Abitibi and Moose Rivers to James Bay, a 12-day trip that one will long remember.

Go Blueberry Picking

We are in the midst of the best blueberry country found anywhere.

Plan on enjoying many days picking some of nature's bounty.

 

ZONING

A review of the Black River-Matheson Zoning By-Law shows that the zoning on this property is RU (RURAL).

 

PERMITTED USES IN THE RURAL ZONE

TOWNSHIP OF BLACK RIVER – MATHESON FINAL ZONING BY-LAW

9.1 RURAL (RU) ZONE

Scope

The provisions of this Section shall apply in all Rural (RU) Zones in addition to the General Provisions set out in this By-law, except as otherwise provided in this By-law.

9.1.1 Permitted Uses

No person shall within any Rural (RU) Zone, use any lot or erect, alter or use any building or structure for

any purpose except one or more or the following uses:

  • Agricultural use • Agricultural-related use
  • Bed and breakfast establishment • Camp
  • Campground • Community gardens
  • Conservation use • Duplex dwelling
  • Existing commercial use • Existing industrial use
  • Existing institutional use • Existing salvage yard
  • Forestry use • Garden suite
  • Home industry • Home occupation
  • Kennel • Landfill site
  • Marina • Mineral exploration
  • Mineral extraction • Mining use
  • Mobile home dwelling • Park
  • Pit • Private cabin, accessory to a seasonal dwelling
  • Quarry • Recreation use
  • Seasonal dwelling • Semi-detached dwelling
  • Single-detached dwelling • Sewage treatment facility
  • Wayside pit or wayside quarry

Obviously all the permitted uses are not practical for this property so we have highlighted the uses in red that we think are reasonable for this property.

 

PATENTED LAND

This property was patented by the Crown in September of 1913 (about 110 years ago).

We did a review of the Ministry Of Northern Development and Mines “Abandoned Mine Inventory for Ontario” which shows that there were no mines on this property.

 

CROWN LANDS

Crown lands surround the property on all 4 sides.

There are a few thousand acres of Crown lands to the west of the property.

 

LIKE TO HUNT?

This property is located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 28.

The moose and the bear like to walk along the ATV trails so set up your tree stands along the trails where it’s easier walking for the moose and bear.

Set up your stands and get set to become a successful hunter.

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