Location & Size
South part Lot 16, Concession 9 (Parcel 4772)
118.4 Acres / 48 Hectares
|NE Corner||N 49º 19’ 41”||W 82º 05’ 22”|
|SE Corner||N 49º 19’ 15”||W 82º 05’ 22”|
|SW Corner||N 49º 19’ 15”||W 82º 05’ 30”|
|NW Corner||N 49º 19’ 41”||W 82º 05’ 30”|
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Northern boundary is Kendall Creek, called Mcllworth Creek in the property's legal description.
Directions & Road Access
Turn south off Highway 11 on an all-weather road (between lots 18 and 19) which defines the easterly boundary of the town of Hearst. Follow this road for approximately 1 mile (11/2 kilometres) to the dry weather road which defines the boundary between concessions 8 and 9. Turn left (east) and follow this road approximately 2/3 mile (1 kilometre) to the southwest corner of the property. The following 1,666' (or so) easterly along the road defines the southern limit of the property.
The above-mentioned dry weather road between concessions 8 and 9 defines the southern boundary of the property, a distance of about 1,666 feet or 507 metres.
This property abuts an excess of 10,000 (4,046 hectares) acres of Crown Land.
It can be seen on M.N.R. Map 42G/NW (scale 1:100,000) that while the property is immediately surrounded by private lands, plus approximately 10,000 acres (4,046 hectares) of crown land readily accessible, especially immediately southwest of the property's southwest corner.
Topography & Terrain
The entire property is relatively level, with no significant slopes. Kendall Creek, which defines the north boundary, meanders with several ox-bows and is presumably slow-moving, but there is no sign of marsh. Fairly clear grassy meadows lie on both sides of the creek. The remainder of the property is mostly forested, with some patchy clearings, with relatively young stands of poplar, spruce, and balsam fir.
Set in the wilderness of the Canadian Shield, this area offers excellent recreational potential and opportunities for fishing, hunting (black bear, moose and much more), canoeing and camping.
Kendall Creek has good pike and pickerel fishing possibilities, and the large expanses of publicly-owned forests provide excellent opportunities for hiking, camping, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and hunting. Bear and moose abound in the area. For canoeists, the Mattawishkwia River, which flows through Hearst, is mere minutes away, including fish for pike and pickerel.
There are several clearings on the property which would be good sites for a secluded cottage or cabin. At the same time, the town of Hearst is very close by and shopping and a hospital are minutes away. The area is well serviced by snowmobile trails in the winter and numerous opportunities for ice fishing and cross-country skiing can be found.
Timber & Mineral Rights
Timber and mineral rights come with the property.
This property offers year round road access as well as the comforts of available hydro and telephone services. Property survey comes with this property.
Price: $38,700.00 PAYABLE $4,000.00 DOWN WITH THE ORDER AND BALANCE OF $34,700 WITHIN 30 DAYS.
The Best of Both Worlds - Wilderness Recreation and Retirement!