approx. 4850 acres, 13 miles of waterfront property
CAD 16,250,000 Offers subject to errors, omissions, price changes or withdrawal without notice.
Lake Superior
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Huge island with potential

This huge private Island is located in the sheltered Batchawana Bay in Lake Superior, about 35 miles north of the City Sault Ste. Marie with its airport.

The Island consists of two island bodies connected to each other by a peninsula. The Island is about one mile from the mainland. It boasts approx. 20 miles of waterfront, over 6 of which are pristine sandy beaches. On Batchawana Island there can be found moose, bear and wolves. The Bay is excellent for fishing. The Island is heavily wooded with both deciduous and coniferous trees, representing a considerable timber potential.

Batchawana Island is located in the centre of Canada, very close to the USA border. This area is recognized as an all season recreational paradise for US and European visitors, both winter and summer. Thousands visit annually. There are 23 million people living within a 7 hour driving radius including cities in Michigan, Southern Ontario, Ohio, New York, Illinois, Indiana and Minnesota.
Island Amenities
  • Perfect topography for multi-tier, multi use development
  • Development is possible, Very reasonable construction costs
  • Excellent climate: summer average 75 Fahrenheit
  • Private airstrip possible on island
  • Several sheltered areas for marina
  • Great topography for golf course, hiking/bird watching trails, snow machine trails, cross country trails etc.
  • Several anchor 6 star plus destination hotels have been looking in the area
  • Great mixture of deciduous/coniferous forest
  • Excellent skiing, charter fishing very close
  • Power generation and potable water on island

More information on request.