The parcels can be purchased en bloc for $6,976,000. or individually.
Located approximately 100 Km North East of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, this property is situate in the heart of the... more District of Algoma and is surrounded by Crown Land. Both townships are fully accessible by road and are approximately a 2-hour drive from Sault Ste. Marie.
This tract was originally logged in the 1920’s using cross-cut saws, human muscle and horses. The logs were transported using nearby waterways and the Batchawana River was the main artery to deliver wood to the shore of the majestic Lake Superior.
The townships offer numerous recreational opportunities for a variety of different interests. The Montreal River is navigable by boat and offers breathtaking views including McParland Township’s shoreline of eight miles of beautiful sandy beaches. The Batchawana River is considered navigable and offers the opportunity for canoe and kayak tripping. Many creeks and lakes support an abundant of aquatic life and provide an excellent chance for the avid angler. Hunting is another popular activity that can be enjoyed within the townships. Typical wildlife sightings include Beaver, Black Bear, Great Blue Herron, Lynx, Moose, Woodpecker, Red Squirrel, Re-tailed Hawk, Grouse, Snowshoe Hare, Timber Wolf, White-tailed Deer and Woodcock.
With the significant amount of roads and trails, it provides an exceptional opportunity for four-wheeler and snowmobile riding. The total road length installed on the property is 136.9 km. Other activities that are enjoyed are hiking, cross-country skiing, swimming, snowshoeing and camping. The property and surrounding area features many wonderful views with the natural beauty in rugged Northern Ontario.
The property features a large bunkhouse/cookery that can sleep 12 people plus two separate camps that sleep four people each. All this is located on a private lake with beautiful sunsets disappearing over the horizon of the forest surrounding the campsite. There have been many sightings of moose, bear and many other animals in and around the lake. The Group of Seven was known to frequent the Batchawana and Montreal Rivers and these are natural wonders that no one should miss.
With almost 34,000 acres, you too can listen to the whispers of the wind blowing through the pines and paint your own visions of the natural beauty of the Whispering Pines property, only in Algoma District.
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