File 93 – Remote and Beautiful $29,500 Canadian
This is a neat looking property that gives you that remote hide-a-way and it’s really not that far from civilization.
79.75 ACRES in size.
Located in Cody Township south of the Town of Porcupine, Ontario which is just east of the City of Timmins.
Cody Township is within the boundary of the City of Timmins so it is an ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
The zoning allows for the construction of a “hunt camp” which can have a base floor area of not more than 500 square feet.
You will have to get a building permit.
This would be that really neat hide-a-away property to just get away from it all, build your cabin and go hunting and fishing.
The kind of property where you can have PRIVACY!
The kind of property where you can combine both FISHING AND HUNTING from your home base.
PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT FARMLAND! This is hunting land and a property where you can vacation on and practice living off the land.
Fish along Goose Creek.
Fish Nighthawk Lake.
Hunt on your own property.
Hunt on the Crown land that surrounds your property.
If you like to canoe or kayak then you will like the Goose Creek.
The creek averages anywhere from 18 to 24 feet wide where it flows through the property.
It would appear that the creek runs year round and is most likely average between 3 to 8 feet in depth.
The Town of Porcupine is right on Highway 101 the Nighthawk Lake is close by.
The Goose Creek runs through the property.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
ALL TREES COME WITH THE PROPERTY
Crown land is on four sides of the property.
The trees have NOT BEEN HARVESTED on this property.
Trees found on the property are mainly Poplar Trees and some Spruce Trees.
The property is mainly flat land of a clay type base and it slopes down to the creek.
There are two ways to get to this property.
By ATV trail off Highway 101 and by water access by boat and canoe from Nighthawk Lake.
The ATV trail originates on Highway 101 and is about 7.6 kilometers to the property.
Water access is a boat and canoe from Nighthawk Lake and up Goose Creek for 6 kilometers.
The water access is the longer route as you have to launch your boat at the boat launch by Highway 101 and travel 9 kilometers down the lake to the mouth of Goose Creek and then go up the creek another 6 kilometers.
There are cottagers along Goose Creek as far as 3.6 kilometers up the creek.