File 100 - 73 Acres in Unorganized Township
Located in the UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP of OTTO just south west of the Town of Kirkland Lake in beautiful Northeastern Ontario.
73.51 ACRES of UNORGANIZED LAND.
THE BONUS IN OWNING THIS PROPERTY IS THAT YOU GET TO CHOOSE TO BE OFF THE GRID or TO GET ON THE GRID.
Being in an UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP means that there is NO official plan, NO zoning, NO BUILDING PERMIT!
Build what you want, any size you want, as many buildings as you want and you donít need a building permit to do so!
If you want to homestead and build an unconventional home or build a log cabin then donít worry about getting a building permit cause you donít need one here!
This property fronts on Secondary Road Hwy 112 which is a YEAR ROUND ROAD and has year round access.
The property is somewhat irregular in shape (see the aerial photos).
Frontage along the highway is just a touch over 1,000 feet.
TOTAL ACREAGE IS 73.51 ACRES OF LAND
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME with the north portion of the property and TREE RIGHTS except for the pine trees come with the south portion of the property.
Mature trees were harvested off the property from 1 to 2 years ago.
The new growth is coming up and is mostly POPLAR TREES , some BIRCH TREES and some SPRUCE TREES.
The Murdock Creek flows through the north portion of the property.
This is a pretty good sized creek that looks like it runs year round.
The local beavers have been real busy and doing what they do very well and that is creating dams.
As a result there are some really nice ponds along this creek.
There is one good area to place a driveway entrance off the highway into this property and you could have a very nice, secluded building area that you wonít be able to see from the road.
Highway 112 splits a small parcel in the northwest corner of the property and that small portion is about 4 acres in size.
The railway line splits the southwestern portion of the south half of this property.
This small portion is about 8 acres in size.
ELECTRICAL POWER is available for someone who wants to be on the grid as the power runs along the road.
If you want to be off the grid then donít hook up to the power line. Pretty simple .
If you have children going to school then the school buses go right past this property.
This property is 3.2 kilometers (5.1 miles) south of Highway 66 and then another 4.6 kilometers (2.9 miles) to the Town of Kirkland lake.
In total you are only 12.9 kilometers or 8 miles away from grocery shopping, banking, restaurants, building supplies, general shopping , schools, Tim Hortonís, doctors and a hospital.
So, really everything you need.
Kirkland Lake is a town and municipality located in Timiskaming District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada.
Located in the heart of Northeastern Ontario, this friendly community of 9,000 people has seen its roots grow from a booming gold mining camp to a charming town with much to see and do for everyone.
Kirkland Lake is a modern, attractive community with all the amenities and services one normally would expect to find in a much larger city.
Kirkland Lake is a family oriented community.
Fishing & Hunting
If anything symbolizes northern Ontario in the popular imagination, it is that of a solitary fisherman on an isolated lake, or a duck hunt in the crisp cool air of an October morning.
Hunting and fishing have always been part of our way of life in the north. In Kirkland Lake, opportunities to do both abound.
This property is located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 28.
Kirkland Lake is the snowmobiling hub of the north, offering front door access to over 300 KM of the finest groomed trails in both northeastern Ontario and northwestern Quebec.
No northern experience is complete without a boat ride. It could be an early morning jaunt on a remote pot hole, looking for bass.
Or a turn as Captain on a pontoon boat cruising Kenogami Lake.
Even a canoe ride late in the season, watching the geese on the river. Whatever your pleasure, you will find it in the Kirkland Lake District.
The pristine waters of the north make the KL District a canoerís paradise.
Canadian Canoe Routes has an excellent summary of trips you can make in the region. ones to note include the Howard to Beaverhouse Lake and the Larder River run.
The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources publication: ďKirkland Lake District Canoe RoutesĒ also lists some great trips: Misema River and Howard Lake; Gowganda to Matachewan Routes; Englehart River to Lake Timiskaming; and Watabeag River
Kirkland Lake offers the biking enthusiast everything from groomed roads in a provincial park to rough and tumble bush roads. The Ontario Trails Council has an excellent listing of regional trail opportunities.
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