ABOUT THE TOWN :
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Red Lake, Ontario (pop. about 5000) is a vibrant full service community including a 28 bed modern hospital, a 7 doctor medical clinic, 2 dental offices, a manicured 18 hole golf course, 2 well-stocked grocery stores, and an international port of entry airport with a 5000 ft all-weather runway.
Red Lake is also the gateway to Pimachiowin Aki (“The Land That Gives Life”) which promises to be a new frontier for adventure tourism.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has designated this large swath of pristine boreal forest as a Natural and Cultural World Heritage Site.
Anglers travel to Red Lake from all over North America to enjoy world class sport fishing with walleye, northern pike, lake trout, yellow perch and blue crappie as the primary catch species.
Hunters travel to Red Lake for game birds, moose and black bear.
The 28 mile Red Lake waterway is a paddler’s paradise and links directly to 5 other lakes, providing endless opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast to explore the rugged landscape of the Canadian Shield.
ABOUT THE ISLAND:
The island is undeveloped and unserviced so you can make your own designs on a blank slate.
Located conveniently close to the public dock on the mainland allows for easy access to the town’s many services and amenities.
East-west orientation invites dual frontage development to take advantage of the full south exposure and unobstructed views of the dazzling aurora borealis to the north.
Black spruce, paper birch, trembling aspen, jack pine, red pine and tamarack blanket the island to add another level of privacy and supply an inexhaustible amount of fire wood.
About 3400 ft of shoreline frontage and more than 8 acres of land surface provide innumerable building sites for you to build your dream cabin.
Subdividing would create more development options to sell or share with your family and friends.
This is a rare opportunity to live the idyllic cottage lifestyle in this stunningly beautiful part of Canada.
This sale is exempt from Ontario’s 13% Harmonized Sales Tax (HST).