Unorganized Lowther Township

  • cdn $149,000
Jogues, ON P0L 1R0, Canada
  • Unorganized Township, Vacant Land
  • Property Type
  • TB233405
  • MLS
  • 218
  • acres
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Unorganized Lowther Township

Jogues, ON P0L 1R0, Canada
  • cdn $149,000

Property Information

Welcome to the North!





What a great parcel of land to possibly start your hobby farm, your hunting home-base or maybe your dream home.

The property is just minutes south of the town of Hearst, Ont with-in the hamlet of Coppell/Jogues.

Where is Hearst? It is located along the northern highway route 11. Hearst is a bustling little town with a population of around 5000 residents. Originally formed from a divisional point of the railways. Hearst was first named Grant, however changed in 1911. Hearst was named to honour William Howard Hearst, then Ontario Minister of Forests and Mines and later Premier of Ontario. Just over 96% of the town’s residents speak French as their first language, the highest proportion in Ontario.

As far as amenities, Hearst has everything you could need, from municipal offices, banking, postal services, hardware, grocery stores, fast food and most definitely a Tim Horton’s!

The property has as impressive 2266′ of frontage along (Groleau Rd.) Con 6&7 Rd.

A large area abutting (Groleau Rd) Con 6&7 Rd has been cleared for possible agriculture or farming activity, and the northern portion has patches of trees.

Electrical power is avail along the road, there are no services into the property.

This township falls within the rural planning of Hearst and zoned as NR. After speaking with the Town of Hearst, we have found that they are more than welcome and receptive to assisting with any planning requests.

Below is the zoning permitted uses-

10.1.1 Permitted Uses

  • Agricultural uses
  • Agriculture-related uses
  • Conservation
  • Forestry use
  • Greenhouse
  • Hunting and fishing camp
  • Kennel
  • Mineral mining operation
  • On-farm diversified uses
  • Recreational uses
  • Seasonal residential dwelling
  • Wayside pits and quarries; portable asphalt plants; and portable concrete plants

Coppell Lake is just couple hundred meters just north-east of the property. It appears to have a public boat launch on the west side of the lake.

For the hunters, this property falls within WMU 23. There are thousands of acres of Crown land just meters away from the property. This truly is a outdoors-person’s paradise.

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