HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO OWN A NICE HUNTING PROPERTY, CLOSE TO WATER WHERE YOU CAN COMBINE HUNTING, FISHING AND CAMPING?
ALL AT A CHEAP REASONABLE PRICE?
LOOK AT THIS PROPERTY!
This is a really nice way to start investing in land here in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
A perfect little hunting property to call your own.
A place where it’s nice and quiet.
Build your hunting cabin here.
A review of the letters patent show the following;
That the property size is 19.70 acres.
THAT SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
THAT TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY other than the Pine Trees which are reserved to the Crown.
Mineral Rights went back to the Crown a long time ago.
This is a fully wooded property that has a good mix of hardwood trees like Poplar and Birch Trees and softwoods like Spruce, Balsam, and cedar trees.
The property is rectangular in shape.
The contour maps show NO SWAMPY AREAS ON THE PROPERTY and the contours range from 300 meters above sea level at the north end of the property and gradually rising to 30 meters above sea level towards the southeast portion of the property.
That is a difference of 30 meters or just over 98 feet.
That is nice!
The property DOES NOT front on a road.
The road fronts an adjoining neighbour to the north and you would have to go through that owners property about
a short 94 meter or 308 feet walk.
There is evidence that at one time there was a road to the property but that has since grown in many years ago.
The current property owner has talked to the neighbour about getting permission to cross his land and the neighbour has been very co-operative about that and has said the he would allow a road to be built.
The neighbour to the west that adjoins this property is the Township of Coleman and the Township has verbally said that they would allow a road to be built on the Township property in order to access this property.
This 19.7 acre property is located in Coleman Township.
It is in an that offers tranquil, scenic landscapes with s, nature trails, cross country skiing and an abundance of wildlife.
This ideal geographic location provides you a relaxing lifestyle and an ideal place to live seasonally on.
WANT TO GO FISHING?
Portage Bay of Bay Lake to the west is only 1.3 kilometers away.
There is a public boat launch and a large parking area.
Bay Lake is a big lake at 1,455 Hectares or almost 3,600 acres.
It has a maximum depth of 22.2 meters or almost 73 feet and an average depth of 5.6 meters or just over 18 feet.
Fish for Walleye, yellow perch, northern pike, smallmouth bass, lake whitefish, rock bass and burbot in Bay Lake.
LIKE TO GO HUNTING?
Located in WMU 28
There are many thousands of acres of nearby Crown lands to hunt on in addition to your property.
Coleman is a township in the northeastern part of the Canadian province of Ontario.
It is situated in the Timiskaming District of Northern Ontario encompassing an area of 177.6 square kilometers
(2 billion square feet).
The township had a population of 597 in the Canada 2011 Census.
COLEMAN TOWNSHIP IS AN ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP so whatever you want to build over 100 square feet will require a building permit.
The Township of Coleman has an abundance of wildlife which comprises the majority of the 2
billion square feet, as well as many opportunities to expand.
Coleman Township is a vibrant and beautiful place with challenging nature trails and wonderful cross-country skiing opportunities right on your doorstep.
Coleman Township is located off Highway 11, and surrounds the town of Cobalt.
Coleman Township is located just minutes from the city of Temiskaming Shores, off of Highway 11.
Full time residents, seasonal residents and property owners take advantage of the small city life, while enjoying country seclusion.
Surrounding communities include: the Town of Latchford to the south, the Town of Cobalt to the north and the City of
Temiskaming Shores just minutes north.
The zoning on the property is RU RURAL.
When you check the official plan or by-law some of the permitted uses is “a hunt camp” and “recreational trails”.
Under the definition section of the Coleman Township official plan it describes a “hunt camp” as “a building used for a temporary base for hunting, fishing and trapping.”
There is NO MAXIMUM SIZE stipulated.