ENJOY COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST
Can you imagine living in an area that is characterized by a strong agricultural background with large open spaces, panoramic scenery and farm lands representing the majority of the area.
An area where you can enjoy the many benefits of a natural environment, outdoor lifestyles, good neighbours and a place to raise your young family or to retire to.
The communities in the district feature banks, grocers, hardware stores, restaurants, bakeries and a variety of retail wares.
WHERE IS THIS LOG COTTAGE?
This property is in Shenston Township which is within the township municipality of Chapple.
The Township of Chapple, located in Northwestern Ontario, is a picturesque community located in the District of Rainy River, approximately 45 km west of the Town of Fort Frances.
The Village of Barwick is the Township’s unique urban area and is located directly on Provincial Highway 11 and north of the Rainy River.
The Rainy River is a picturesque river that runs east-west through the southern portion of the Township.
The Township of Chapple includes eight (8) geographical townships:
This log cottage sits on 162 acres of land.
The property has 2,633 feet of frontage on Fehr Road.
The property is improved with a log cottage/house and a detached garage.
The water source is from a good well.
A large septic field was constructed.
ABOUT THE COTTAGE/HOUSE
This is a LOG COTTAGE/HOUSE that was built in 2000.
The detached garage was built in 2005.
The log cottage/house is about 1,000 square feet in size and the detached garage is about 672 square feet in size.
There is a 200 AMP Hydro Service that powers the cottage/house and the garage.
The log cottage/house is heated with baseboard electric heat.
There is also a propane fireplace.
A new water system was recently installed in the cottage/house.
Included with the cottage/house are a newer cook stove, a built-in dishwasher, a washer and dryer, and a refrigerator.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
We have 160 acres of land.
There are groomed trails throughout the property that are ideal for hunting , snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing on, walking on, and taking an ATV on.
About 95 percent of the trees are regrowth.
There are stands of trees that can be harvested to take to the local mill.
Typical trees found on this property are Poplar Trees and Spruce Trees.
If you need gravel for any purpose then you can use your own gravel from a small gravel pit on this property.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
Getting to this property is easy.
The property fronts on the south side of Fehr Road.
Fehr Road is a municipally maintained road that is open year round.
LIKE HUNTING OR FISHING?
The West Rainy River District is a sportsman’s paradise.
Spring, summer, fall and winter, fishing opportunities are available everywhere.
Hunting for deer, birds or moose is a common past time.
Boating up the Rainy River or paddling on a local lake is a beautiful way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Living where others can only choose to vacation is spectacular.
ABOUT CHAPPLE TOWNSHIP
Chapple’s economy is generally resource based.
The development of the Oriented Strand Board (OSB) Plant just east of Barwick has provided employment in the forestry sector to residents of Chapple and the neighboring townships. Mining exploration has taken place in the Geographic Township of Richardson which is located in the northern portion of the Township of Chapple
Agriculture has historically and continues to play a significant role in the Township’s economy.
In 2006, approximately one third of Chapple’s land mass (42,865 acres or 173 km2) was dedicated to farming.
Chapple has the highest number of farms and on-farm jobs in the District.
Many local traditions and events celebrate the role of agriculture.
With the increased interest in access to local foods, it is anticipated that agriculture will continue to play an important role in the Township’s economy.
The rural area comprises a range of uses including residential, agricultural, forestry, mining and other rural uses. Rural lots are on private water and septic systems.
The rural area is connected to Highway 11 via Highway 71, Highway 600 and Highway 615 and a network of local roads.
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