Part 1&3, Plan 1R-10926, Township of Long, District of Algoma, Ontario, 3.38 acres or 1.36 hectares. Fully surveyed, this triangular shaped property offers nine hundred and fifty-four feet of year round roadfrontage on the north side of Secondary Highway 538. Both power and telephone services pass along this route. Northern boundary, which borders the Canadian Pacific rail line, is slightly shorter than the south. Depth on the east sides measures four hundred and fourteen feet providing ample room for any future building considerations. This area remains lightly settled although there is a prestigious estate across the road on the shore of Lake Huron, two hundred yards south. Topographically, this parcel remains level and fully treed in mature oak, white pine and poplar offering plenty of shade and privacy. One mile east is Trans Canada Highway 17 and a mile west is the community of Algoma on the eastern shore of Lauzon Lake. At the latter, one will find public access to enjoy water associated activities as well as an opportunity to explore thousands of acres of Crown land along the shoreline. Eight miles west is the town of Blind River providing all necessary goods and services. Minerals are reserved. Price $18,880.00, payable $2,980.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $318.00 each, and interest; or $16,992.00 (being 10% off) if paid $2,993.00 cash with order and $13,999.00 within thirty days thereafter.
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