File 90 - Cabin On The Abitibi River
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Now Available - Private Cabin On The Abitibi River
If you are looking for a cabin that you and your family can enjoy, on one of the largest river systems in all of Ontario, we now have it.
A parcel of land, that at one time covered 24.97 acres, now flooded by the creation of the Twin Falls Dam, has roughly 8 acres of land remaining, while you still own the land under the water.
The insulated cabin is 24' x 32' in size, with cathedral ceilings, two bedrooms, separate bath, open concept living/dining area, and a loft for storage.
Constructed in approximately 2005.
Water is supplied by a gravity fed catch tank located outside.
At this time there is no septic, but the owners will include a new composting toilet.
Electrical power is solar. No Hydro bills.
Certified wood stove for those cool evenings, or even a winter ice fishing trip.
Metal roof ensures you never have to worry about shingles.
Enjoy the sliding doors out to the front deck where you can look out into the peaceful bay in front of the cabin.
There is also a storage shed of approximately 8' x 16'.
Situated near the town of Iroquois Falls, in Teefy Twp., an UNORGANIZED TWP, a mere 11 kms, (6.6 miles), off the Hwy 11 corridor.
With a population of 4595, the town of Iroquois Falls is big enough to supply you with everything you need to make your stay enjoyable.
From building supplies to groceries, even your morning Tim Hortonís coffee.
Launch your boat at the Twin Falls Marina, and a 1 kilometer boat ride will get you into a secluded, and sheltered bay, off the main river.
Park your boat along the dock, and your camp is waiting for you.
OR, you can take an ATV and enter from the rear of the property along a trail through crown land.
There is no road into this property.
The cabin is only a kilometer from the Hydro One, Twin Falls Dam.
Twin Falls Dam is less than 10 kms, (6 miles) from the town of Iroquois Falls.
The river at this point is HUGE.
This is the gateway to Lake Abitibi.
Follow the river north for close to 40 kilometers, THATíS RIGHT, 40 kilometers, (24 miles) before entering Lake Abitibi.
Lake Abitibi, like the river, is HUGE.
Bordering two Canadian provinces, Ontario and Quebec, with a surface area of over 2300 acres.
WANT TO GO FISHING?
The river, as well as the lake, are well known for their walleye fisheries.
Northern Pike, whitefish, sauger, and perch also inhabit these waters.
This system is so big that you will never fish it all.
Area lakes also hold lake trout and brook (speckled) trout, as well as smallmouth bass.
FOR THE HUNTERS.
The west side of the river, where the cabin is located, is Wildlife Management Unit 27, with the east side of the river WMU 28.
This allows for all sorts of hunting options.
The river is full of secluded bays and feeder creeks that you could sit, or set up stands.
Miles and miles of shoreline to cover.
Moose are seen along the river banks often, and are the game of choice in this area.
Call the monarch of the north to within range.
Black bear and small game are also prevalent in the area.
This land comes with a recent survey, 2011.
SURFACE AND MINERAL RIGHTS included, as well as the trees.
HST is included in the sale price.
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