Keith Lake, Northeastern Ontario196 Acres
Nearly a Mile of Waterfront
Fly-In Privacy or Trail Access
Lovely Building Sites
Fishing, Swimming, Hunting, Boating, Hiking, Prospecting
No Other Patented Land on the Lake
All this and Mineral Rights, too!
This other Eden...
This magnificent piece of unspoiled
Northeastern Ontario property is a dream come true for those wishing
to establish a lodge, an executive hideaway, or just a fabulous
private retreat. Almost two hundred acres of treed land is graced
with the following features: nearly a mile of beautiful shoreline; a
trout stream running across the western portion; the majestic
Pushkin Hills rising some 1,500 feet into the air just to the east;
fishing for pike, walleye, perch and trout on the spot (with bass in
the lakes south of the Height of Land that runs across the
property); a deep, cool lake for easy air access; proximity to
Kirkland Lake (16 miles southwest as the raven flies) and Esker
lakes Provincial Park (four miles to the west, with trails
approaching the lake); and your own private bay plus shoreline on
both sides of the larger expanse of the lake.
Pike, Walleye, Perch and Trout...
These features alone are enough to provide
the discriminating buyer with the finest lodge or retreat in
Northeastern Ontario, but there is another feature which makes this
property unique. The Pushkin Hills, which touch the southern part of
the property, bear the same geological qualities as Kirkland Lake
and Rouyn-Noranda, both producers of enormous quantities of gold
(Kirkland Lake alone produced more than half a billion dollars worth
of gold at a time when the price of gold was $35.00 per ounce), and
the owner of the Keith Lake property shares these qualities, as
ownership includes all mineral rights in an area rich in gold,
copper, zinc and similar minerals.
Seclusion and Tranquility
Yet another bonus that accompanies the
property is that the Height of Land (similar to the American Great
Divide) runs right through the property in an East-West direction,
so that streams and lakes north of the Height run to Hudson Bay and
those south of it run to the Great lakes. Pretty hard to have a
flooded basement here when you're living on top of the world!
Almost a Mile of Waterfront
In addition, it must be
borne in mind that a tract of land this large provides opportunity
for the creation of numerous waterfront lots, if one is inclined to
develop recreational facilities, home sites, or cottage lots with
locations and views that cannot be surpassed anywhere in Ontario.
The entire property is
composed of five contiguous mining claims in Clifford and Ben Nevis
townships, and are the only patented pieces of property on the whole
of Keith Lake. All the rest of the lake, and a great area about it,
is Crown land, not likely to be for sale in the foreseeable future.
In essence, Keith Lake is your lake, without neighbours, crowding,
noise and pollution.
Taxes are low.
A rough idea of the
property's extent is shown by the circled area on the accompanying
map, and a satellite view of Keith Lake can be found using Google
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