A beautiful cabin located on 11.50 acres of land on the east shore of Larder Lake just south of Virginiatown in Northeastern Ontario.
The property is in the incorporated township of McGarry in the Timiskaming District in Northeastern Ontario.
This is an ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
You can own this property with a cabin, create wonderful family memories and experience the clean water and beauty of Larder Lake.
WHERE IS VIRGINIATOWN?
The small Town of Virginiatown is a small community within the boundary of the incorporated township of McGarry in the Timiskaming District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada.
The township includes the communities of Virginiatown, North Virginiatown & Kearns and it borders with Quebec to the east, along Highway 66 between Kirkland Lake and Rouyn-Noranda.
The northern border of the township forms part of the border between Timiskaming District and Cochrane District.
The larger Town of Kirkland Lake is only 39 kilometers or about 24 miles to the west.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
We have a total of 11.5 acres of land on the eastern shore of the NORTHEAST ARM OF LARDER LAKE.
The property enjoys about 1,250 feet of beautiful water front on Larder Lake.
CROWN LAND abuts this property to the east and to the south
The property is well treed with mature Spruce and Poplar trees.
ACCESS TO THE PROPERTY
Access to the property is BY BOAT ONLY or by FLOAT PLANE.
You CANNOT DRIVE to this property.
There is a boat launch area and plenty of parking on the south part of Virginiatown.
Launch your boat, park your vehicle and trailer and BOAT ONLY 1.3 kilometers or 0.8 miles to the property.
Depending on the size of motor you have on your boat it could take you from 2 minutes or 5 minutes to get to the property.
The boat launch and parking area is located at the end of Connel Avenue in the Town of Virginiatown.
There is plenty of room to park and the area is well patrolled by law enforcement.
IMPROVEMENTS ON THE PROPERTY
There is about a one year old wood frame cottage on the property.
It was built in the summer of 2021.
The seller built a insulated 16 foot by 20 foot cabin with a 15 foot by 10 foot addition that is not insulated.
It is mostly insulated and it comes fully furnished with everything you need to start enjoying your cottage at the lake.
The cabin is wired for generator.
The cabin comes with beds, table, chairs,
The exterior is of stained board and batten construction.
There is a beautiful sauna all ready for you to use close to the lake.
There is a large 8 foot by 16 foot deck overlooking the lake.
Then there are two additional decks at the lakeside of which one of the decks has a screened in gazebo.
A 28 foot floating dock is built in two sections.
A 8 foot by 16 foot section and a 12 foot by 12 foot section.
They can be moved on land in late fall and winter and then easily put back in the water when the ice is out.
From the dock you can face south west and north and is a great place to soak up the sun, fishing, or just relaxing in a chair.
A large stone pizza oven remains.
A less than one year old “OKLAHOMA JOE’S” combination charcoal/propane gas BBQ and smoker.
A Champion 3500 watt inverter generator.
A CSA approved “PACIFIC ENERGY” cast iron with porcelain enamel wood stove.
A 24 foot wooden tower with a high end cell phone booster and from which you can even stream NETFLIX.
This lakefront property was patented on January 25, 1947 by King George the Sixth.
A review of the original patent revealed a copy of an original survey done by Ontario Land Surveyor G.F.Summers.
The survey is dated August 10, 1938.
A review of the original patent shows that the property comes with the following rights;
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
ALL TREES are reserved to the Crown.
AN ANGLERS PARADISE
Northeastern Ontario is an angler’s paradise.
Lakes, rivers and streams cover this part of the province and offer some of the best four-season freshwater fishing in the world.
It is the perfect place to canoe, kayak, powerboats, fish and ice fish (on foot or by snowmobile) .
The waterways here could keep you busy for a lifetime.
ABOUT LARDER LAKE
A review of the MNR “Fish-On-Line” website shows the following information about Larder Lake;
Larder Lake has a surface area of 3,703.7 Hectares or 9,151.7 Acres.
Larder Lake has a maximum depth of 33.5 meters or 109.9 feet.
Larder Lake has an average depth of 12.1 meters or 39.6 feet
Fish found in Larder Lake include the following;
Walleye Yellow Perch
Lake Trout Lake Whitefish
Northern Pike Smallmouth Bass
Larder Lake is within Fisheries Management Zone 8
DO YOU LIKE TO HUNT?
In the McGarry / Larder Lake Townships, moose hunting is very popular.
THIS AREA IS A HUNTER’S PARADISE!
You can just imagine being in a tree stand or walking on some trails and breathing in the cool crisp air, as the Fall Season colours the trees with red, orange and yellow leaves for as far as you can see.
Imagine coming across a moose or a black bear.
Do you think you could stay calm?
How about walking old forest trails and small game hunting for grouse and rabbit for your evening meal.
This is all possible here!
This property is located in WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 28.
DO YOU LIKE TO SNOWMOBILE?
This part of Northeastern Ontario has a well-deserved reputation as the best early and late season snowmobiling destination in the province.
One of these reasons is durable snow conditions and cold temperatures.
Together, they render Northeastern Ontario more immune to the many weather variables that can make planning a getaway elsewhere a gamble.
Virginiatown to Toronto 601 kilometers
Virginiatown to North Bay 246 kilometers
Virginiatown to Timmins 179 kilometers
Virginiatown to Niagara Falls 702 kilometers
Virginiatown to Ottawa 603 kilometers
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