Lot 9, Concession 9, Township of Way, Town of Hearst, District of Cochrane, Ontario, 150 acres or 60.7 hectares. This large tract of land is situated three miles southwest of the town of Hearst. Rectangular in shape, it measures three thousand, nine hundred feet on its east and west sides and has a width of one thousand, six hundred feet. As an added bonus, the entire east side borders Crown land. This section of Crown land extends to the Mattawishkwia River, a quarter mile north of the property, where pike, walleye and trout can be caught. Selective tree harvesting took place recently although the tamarack, white poplar, black poplar and cedar were not removed. A woods road/trail was created along the previously unopened road allowance from Blais Road, one kilometer east. The unopened road allowance remains in place along the entire south side of the property – however, the trail created for logging leads into the centre of the land. One is sure to see moose, bear and other game passing through the newly cleared areas. Blais Road has electrical services at roadside and leads north three kilometers to Trans Canada Highway 11. Minerals are reserved to the Crown. Price $33,330.00, payable $4,930.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $568.00 each, and interest; or $29,997.00 (being 10% off) if paid $4,998.00 cash with order and $24,999.00 within thirty days thereafter.
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