Blanche River property
This property is a dream retreat on acres of nature's beauty:
located in Otto Township, this rare 140-acre vacant lot is a blank canvas in a peaceful setting.
The Blanche River abuts this property weaving and winding for 700-800 meters, eventually finding its' way into Round Lake.
A portion of the land is open meadows which are located at the site of an abandoned pioneer farm from years gone by.
The balance of the land is gently undulating with a mixture of mature poplar, spruce, jack pine, and birch with numerous shrubs and berry species located throughout.
The west part of the property is slightly elevated creating a small flowing creek that crosses Rosegrove Road.
It drains into the Blanche River along the property’s eastern boundary. Rosegrove Road, a well-maintained year-round gravel road, parallels much of the property's south boundary and offers close proximity to an electrical line.
All this and only a short drive to Kirkland Lake or Englehart.
Round Lake and the Blanche River offer excellent fishing opportunities for pickerel, northern pike, bass, perch, and whitefish.
Enjoy catching glimpses of the many species that call this area their home from moose, lynx, deer, and bear as well as smaller mammals such as rabbit, fox, marten, fisher, mink, beaver, otter, and muskrat.
In addition, there are many varieties of land and water birds including an abundance of grouse and waterfowl.
Abuts crown land to the west and east.
Hydro at the property boundary, mineral rights Included
Price is $230,000