GREAT HUNTING PROPERTY
CROWN LAND TO THE NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
CLOSE TO RIVERS
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
This 160 acre parcel has everything an avid hunter or outdoorsmen needs, including:
- A beaver pond northwest of the centre of the property and some low marsh areas which are perfect for attracting large wildlife.
- High and dry rocky outcroppings, which is an ideal location to build a small cabin on.
- Since some of these rocky outcroppings look over a marshy area, set up one of many hunting stands and be prepared to be a successful hunter.
Crown land is situated on the North, East and West property lines.
PIKE RIVER meanders through the crown land, which is located only 250 meters (820 feet) North of the subject property.
WHERE IS THIS PROPERTY?
This is a 160 ACRE parcel of land located in the UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP OF BARNET in Northeastern Ontario.
It sits just Southeast of the Town of Matheson, Ontario.
The property is surrounded by crown land on the North, East and West sides.
Private land is neighbouring the property along the Southern property line.
If you’re looking for a remote property for privacy and amazing hunting, this 160 acre parcel will fit your needs.
Satellite images show trails leading from highway 11 towards the property. This is the closest route to take.
There are also trails coming from the North at highway 101 and from the East at highway 672.
You will need to study several trail maps and satellite images to find the most efficient way in.
In the winter time, there are several snowmobile trails running through this area.
Again, you will need to review the local snowmobile trail maps to find the best route for your property.
You can also portage to the property via the PIKE RIVER.
Since BARNET TOWNSHIP is AN UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP there is no zoning in place so you will not require a building permit to construct any building.
You will however require a septic use permit if you intend to create a septic field.
No permit is required to build an outhouse.
ABOUT PIKE RIVER
Only a short 250 meter (820 feet) ATV ride North of the property and you find yourself at Pike River.
Pike River connects with Black River and flows East through many private parcels of land and crown land until it breaks off into many creeks and streams.
The River is an average 11 meters (36 feet) wide, nearest to the property.
Average depth of the River is estimated at 2 feet to almost 4 feet in some areas. This river will fluctuate with the season.
This River is great fishing for Perch and yes, PIKE.
We did a search of the original patent of this property and find that this property was patented on May 11, 1911 and comes with the following rights;
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY except for pine trees which are reserved to the crown
We have a copy of the original patent in our files and will give this copy to a new owner.
BENEFITS OF OWNING LAND IN AN UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
Low Property Taxes
NO OFFICIAL PLAN so that means NO ZONING or ZONING BY-LAWS
No Building permits required
BUILD WHAT YOU WANT without having to worry about a city council telling you what you can or can’t do with your property and cabin.
LIKE TO HUNT?
This property is located in WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 28.
WMU 28 is bounded by the Abitibi River and Abitibi Lake in the north, the Black River, Watabeg River, and Highway’s 66 and 65 and the Montreal River from the northwest to southeast and the Quebec border in the east.
The management unit heads northwest from around Cobalt to just east of Iroquois Falls and has an extensive logging road network based out of Kirkland Lake.
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