One of the last large tracts of land in Chelsea. An 11 Hectare forest park with road access.
Approximately 1,000 feet of Chelsea Creek frontage. Roughly triangular in shape, one side slopes to Chelsea Creek, one side touches open fields that belong to Hull and one side an old access road.
A mixed forest with many mature pine trees as well as maple, birch, cherry, popular, cedar and spruce. Deer, foxes, rabbits and grouse are common. A lovely Heron lives in the creek. The soil type is clay that is common in Chelsea. 2 sides are sloped and forested and therefore not suitable for building. Approximately 15 acres flat area in center of property could be be the basis for a magnificent secluded estate or divided into multiple lots.
The property is situated between the town of Chelsea and the Hull sector of Gatineau. Lots of wildlife and privacy. So quiet that you would think that you are in cottage country and not minutes from the city.
I loved this property as a child and bought it many years ago when I was young. It looks as though I will never develop it as it deserves and so it is time to sell.
- Water Access
- River / Waterfall
- Mature trees
- stream / river
- Near park
- No backyard neighbors
- Residential area
Near Educational Services:
- Elementary school
- High School