Part 3, Plan 1R-13052, Part of Lot 8, Concession 5, Township of Striker, District of Algoma, Ontario, 6.26 acres or 2.53 hectares. Located five miles north of the lakeside town of Blind River, this newly surveyed approved building parcel boasts of four hundred and sixty-two feet of paved roadfront on the south side of Granary Lake Road. Depth averages six hundred and eighteen feet. All corners are well marked and sidelines cut and blazed for the new owner. Topographically, the land is fully treed in young and mature poplar, birch, maple, basswood and pine except for a couple of small rock outcrops in the eastern sector. This region is a recreational playground as Lake Duborne is a half mile northwest and the larger Lauzon Lake is a half mile south. A half mile northeast, the road leads to thousands of acres of Crown land for those looking to hunt, fish or explore this vast, lightly settled area. Granary Lake Road ends at Granary Lake, two miles northeast. Needless to say that fishing is quite productive for pike, walleye and trout. Town of Blind River and Trans Canada Highway 17 are located alongside the Lake Huron shoreline. A public boat launch provides access to the vast open waters of Lake Huron. Price $24,440.00 payable $3,990.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $409.00 each, and interest; or $21,996.00 (being 10% off) if paid $3,997.00 cash with order and $17,999.00 within thirty days thereafter.
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