File 91 - Cabin on a remote lake in Northern Ontario $88,000 Canadian
DO YOU CRAVE PRIVACY?
WANT A REMOTE SETTING?
ARE YOU TOUGH ENOUGH?
ARE YOU A SURVIVOR TYPE OF PERSON?
The persuit of wilderness living can end here!
Spend time alone in nature to find yourself,
It is possible to find something larger and more satisfying within yourselves by living closer to nature.
Imagine a remote cabin on a beautiful northern lake called Parsons Lake.
Imagine a lake where the water is so clean and clear that SPECKLE TROUT also called BROOK TROUT thrive in that lake.
A lake where you can actually drink the clear, clean, cold water.
A lake that is located in the UNORGANIZED TERRITORY of the District of Thunder Bay.
A location where every morning you can wake up and smell the cool, crisp, sweet unpolluted air.
Where you can breathe again!
Parsons Lake is about 1 ½ miles long or 2.4 kilometers long.
Parsons Lake is about 8.8 air miles or 14 kilometers north of the Town of Schreiber, Ontario.
Schreiber is on the shore of Lake Superior between the towns of Terrace Bay to the east and Nipigon to the west.
The cabin is in good condition.
The cabin size is about 16 feet x 22 feet.
With 4 bunks, it will comfortably sleep 4 persons.
Furnished with table and chairs, a propane stove, wood stove and pots, pans and dishes and utensils.
Everything you need to just move in and use.
Wired for generator and a generator is included.
The owner has also installed a solar system which is working great.
He has been living at this cabin since January of this year and only coming out to civilization every 6 to 8 weeks or so to get food and supplies.
Access to this property is three ways;
YOU CAN FLY IN on a float plane.
This can be expensive but is the quickest and easiest way to get you and materials or food and supplies to the cabin.
you can combine a trip that includes driving a certain distance, then using an ATV for a distance and the portaging or walking a bit and finally canoe the rest of the way to the cabin.
This is the more rugged and cheapest way and it could take a total of about 5-6 hours to get to the cabin.
in winter you can snowmobile all the way to the cabin.
Says the peace and quiet is only interupted by the calling of the loons, the grunting of the moose, the slapping of the tail by the beavers and the cry of the occasional eagle.
IF YOU ARE A SKYWATCHER then this is the place to be.
Apparently the northern lights, also known as aurora borealis, put on an incredible display as there is no light contamination from any nearby towns.
Sign UpRegister today and access additional property information.
Already have an account? Login