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Lake Kipawa - Prime Walleye Fishing cottages for sale


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I have 3 lots for sale on Lake Kipawa.  Amazing walleye fishing right at your doorstep.  Each lot has 2-3 cabins on it so you can share with a friend and each have a cottage. 

Lot 2 - has 3 cottages. $495,000

Lot 3 - has 2 cottages $250,000

Lot 4 - has 2 cottages $270,000

More information is in this google doc. 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1JoEOmYL5t82kz6rQIu8Fhy8oeYToW2u6?usp=sharing 

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I can certainly attest to the magic and beauty that is the Kipawa Lake watershed, there really is something extra special about Kipawa, it's hard to explain, I don't get the same feeling when we fished Temagami for a few years and then it was back to Kipawa.  It's easily my favorite place to go on a fishing vacation and the hub area in particular is the best of all for me as it gives four directions to travel from the middle of the X shaped waterway. Paved road to the government dock and my first campsites up there were 10 miles away in the shortcut, a few hundred feet away from Corbeau Rock, the actual  physical center hub of the whole watershed. Corbeau lodge just around the corner, long history there. Rich hockey player ended up buying it. One year we couldn't get a cabin there or at Alwaki and the new American owners let us put up tents on a nice stretch of flat shoreline around the corner from the lodge. Now I had left word with Carl and Mary at Alwaki to let us know of any cancellations and we lucked out and got the end of July with two cabins so we got locked in to at least 2 cabins and spent the best weeks of my year at Alwaki Lodge for many many years to come until it was sold. It's a 14 mile boat ride to Thompson Island. It's another 6 miles to Kipawa Lodge, so a 20 mile trip. No plane fly in required

Such a shame to see Alwaki broken up into lots and another lodge on the lake gone forever. Good luck with your sale Rob

 

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10 hours ago, smitty55 said:

I can certainly attest to the magic and beauty that is the Kipawa Lake watershed, there really is something extra special about Kipawa, it's hard to explain, I don't get the same feeling when we fished Temagami for a few years and then it was back to Kipawa.  It's easily my favorite place to go on a fishing vacation and the hub area in particular is the best of all for me as it gives four directions to travel from the middle of the X shaped waterway. Paved road to the government dock and my first campsites up there were 10 miles away in the shortcut, a few hundred feet away from Corbeau Rock, the actual  physical center hub of the whole watershed. Corbeau lodge just around the corner, long history there. Rich hockey player ended up buying it. One year we couldn't get a cabin there or at Alwaki and the new American owners let us put up tents on a nice stretch of flat shoreline around the corner from the lodge. Now I had left word with Carl and Mary at Alwaki to let us know of any cancellations and we lucked out and got the end of July with two cabins so we got locked in to at least 2 cabins and spent the best weeks of my year at Alwaki Lodge for many many years to come until it was sold. It's a 14 mile boat ride to Thompson Island. It's another 6 miles to Kipawa Lodge, so a 20 mile trip. No plane fly in required

Such a shame to see Alwaki broken up into lots and another lodge on the lake gone forever. Good luck with your sale Rob

 

Thanks for sharing your Kipawa experiences. We have operated Alwaki for 22 years now and tried to sell as a lodge for 2 years. We would have loved to pass it on as a lodge, but unfortunately it is a tough business to sell. Running a lodge is a lifestyle and not many people are up to the challenge. 
It is still for sale as a lodge too. But I am assuming the lots will sell off first. 

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1 hour ago, Iggy said:

Are these "drive to" or "boat to" cottages?

Need info on lot size

Electricity  and washroom facilities

Hi Iggy,

They are boat in properties.  The lot sizes and all information is located in this file.  

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1JoEOmYL5t82kz6rQIu8Fhy8oeYToW2u6?usp=sharing

Lot 2 :  3083 square meters    $495,000 plus GST and QST 

Lot 3: 1544 meters squared  $250,000 plus GST and QST

Lot 4: 2209 square meters  $270,000 plus GST and QST

The cottages are currently wired to a big generator that runs the whole lodge, but will be disconnected and you can connect to your own generator or install a solar system. Lot 2 is solar powered already. 

Each cabin has a small septic system.  With flush toilets.  Lot 2 all the cabins have showers. Lot 3, one cabin has a shower.  Lot 4 one has a shower in it and the other has a separate shower house. 

[email protected] is my contact info.  

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