South Half Lot 2, Concession 3, Wark Township, District of Cochrane, Ontario, 160 acres or 64.75 hectares. Situated about sixteen miles northeast of Timmins city centre, this large tract should provide a great hunt camp location for those in pursuit of big game or upland birds. Measuring about two thousand, six hundred and forty feet on each of its four sides, the terrain is mainly level with an intermittent creek passing through the west side and the southeast sector. Elevation appears to be slightly higher in the north half where trees were harvested a few years ago. With a water source and plenty of regrowth, the moose should be quite at home in this habitat. As a bonus, the complete east side borders a section of Crown land. Wark Township is criss-crossed by dozens of trails but does not appear to have any permanent residents within its thirty-six mile area. To reach the property, follow Highway 655 north from Timmins, about ten miles, to a good wide trail that passes between Feldman and Duck Lakes. Follow the trail north for one mile to a trail leading east to the property three miles distant. This trail, best suited for a 4×4 or ATV, passes along the entire south side of the property. A similar trail runs east-west along most of the north side of the parcel. Minerals are reserved. Price $24,440.00, payable $2,940.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $430.00 each, and interest; or $21,996.00 (being 10% off) if paid $2,997.00 cash with order and $18,999.00 within thirty days thereafter.
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