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File 32- Retirement property in Algoma Country   $44,000.00 CDN


How would you like to own a property in a quiet area and in a setting that can be described as nature’s paradise?

Here you can enjoy quiet country living, but be close enough to supplies and amenities.
Can you imagine hosting summer family gatherings or even raising your children here?

No better place than this 42.3 acre piece of solitude.


THIS IS AMAZING, THE SELLER WILL HOLD A MORTGAGE! With $13,200 down on the asking price of $44,000 your monthly payments would only be $372 a month for 5 years.

Use this as a home base for fishing /hunting expeditions throughout the area and the region.
Build your cabin here and start building those family memories.

This is a picturesque location in the Algoma district, nestled between Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury Ontario.
Just minutes from Iron Bridge, Ontario in the municipality of Huron Shores.

More specifically the property is in Patton Township and the property fronts on the Potomac Valley Road. This is a 3 season road.


Patton Township is an UNORGANIZED township.

SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY.

The property is dense with mature timer.
The indigenous trees to this area are the mighty Maples, Poplar, Pines, Oaks, Ash, Cedars and Birch.
The property has not been harvested of the timber.

The Potomac River flows through the property in a north/south diagonal direction.
The property enjoys about 550 meters (1630 feet) of shoreline on the river.
The owner has stated that there is beach like sand on the property.
Our mapping programs show that the river averages from 50-70 feet in width.

About 24 acres is on the east side of the river and the rest of the property (about 16 acres) on the west side of the river.

According to the MNR “Fish-on-line” website the river has Walleye and Northern Pike fishing , however we have reports of trout being caught in the river.

The access to the property is excellent via a municipal road (Chiblow Lake Road).
The property has about 200 feet of frontage on the road.

This not just flat land but rather a rolling type of terrain that slopes down to the river and then on the other side of the river it slopes up.

Getting to this property is easy.
If you are coming from the west, say from Sault Ste. Marie then drive east on Highway 17 about 117 kilometers or 73 miles to the Town of Iron Bridge.
From Iron Bridge to Sudbury it is 198 kilometers or 123 miles.
From Iron Bridge it is a short 5 kilometer or 3 mile drive to the property.

This region boast a myriad of outdoor recreational activities: golfing, hiking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, biking trails, boating, fishing, and hunting. Snowmobilers have access to over 600 kms of groomed trails.
Like Fishing?
For the anglers, there are plenty of lakes in close proximity to this property; Alma Lake, Darrell Lake and Chiblow Lake just to name a few.
These lakes produce trophy Bass, Walleye and monster Pike.
Like Hunting?
For the game hunters, hunt a plethora of small and big game animals ranging from moose, black bear, deer, water fowl and partridge.
This area is WMU #37

Iron Bridge History
In 1886 the town was originally called “Tally-Ho” and when the new bridge was constructed, the name was later change to Iron Bridge. This was the first iron bridge built in Ontario. When this area was first settled, it was rich in farming and later mining and logging came about. The town and surrounding area has a population of approx. 650 residents. This area is known for its undulating landscape with beautiful picturesque waterfront views. Also, just a quick 16 minute drive west of Iron Bridge, you may want to check out one of only three 12-sided barns in Canada.

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APEX Realty Services Ltd., Brokerage
391 OLIVER ROAD,
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Canada


Phone (807) 683-9871 and ask for:


Elio Scocchia, Broker
Ph: 807.624.7977
elio@recreationland.net


Steve James, Sales Representative
Ph: 807.626.6775
steve_james@shaw.ca


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