Your Own Private Island on Namakan Lake, Ontario, Canada http://www.island-on-namakan.com/ LIST PRICE: $595,000.00 USD This is an amazing opportunity...imagine an island on a lake in Northwestern Ontario, Canada...the entire island is yours. 2 acres, 3 bedroom home, guest cabin, bath house with sauna and hot tub…and more. Just a few hundred yards across the Minnesota/Ontario border…and Voyageurs National Park. A 15 minute boat or snowmobile ride from the Ash River…where the road ends and your adventure begins. Also a float-plane destination with a sea plane base and US Customs at Crane Lake to the southeast. Canadian Customs are available on Sand Point Lake. The island has no name but has been called "JP" or "Wulf" Island by family and locals. There are 2 main floor bedrooms and a sleeping loft (third bedroom). All dimensions are in sq. ft. or feet. Approximately 1,150 sq. ft. on main level, 140 upper (10 x 14 sleeping area) Foundation is open crawl space. Good storage area. House is anchored to bedrock. Living room - 15 x 20, Dining - 11 x 15, Kitchen - 6 x 9, Bathroom - 5 x 6 - shower and "water" toilet, Lakeside Bedroom - 10 x 16 (wake up looking at the sunrise!), Bedroom 2 - 9 x 20, Pantry - 5 x 16 - lots of storage here for most anything, Enclosed porch - 10 x 20 (propane refrigerators are kept here also), East deck (front) 20 x 58, North Deck - 12 x 58 with sling lift and cover, Guest Cabin - "Little Red" 16 x 19, Motor/tool shed - 12 x 15, Bath House - contains hot tub room and sauna room. Overlooking lake - 12 x 12, Laundry and storage - 5 x 10, Wood shed - 7 x 10, Outhouse - 5 x 5, Generator shed - 5 x 8, Main dock - 12 x 40, 2nd dock with covered boat lift - 8 x 58 (covered lift will hold 20+ foot boat) This property is located along the southern international boundary of Namakan Lake. 24,000 acres of clean, cool water and is one of four major lakes that make up Voyageurs National Park on the Minnesota side of the border. Established in 1975, Minnesota's only national park commemorates a key stretch of waterway canoed by 18th century French-Canadian Voyageurs who transported goods and furs along the international border lakes. Access miles of lakes in the summer and fall or travel by snowmobile, snowshoe or cross-country ski in the winter. Just a few hundred yards across border from Voyageurs National Park. Last years taxes were approximately $90.00 Canadian. Border wraps around island and is one of a few places where the US is actually north of Canada. Kettle Falls hotel is a 15 minute boat ride away where you can also portage your boat to Rainy Lake. Owned by same family for over 45 years. Can be used in winter for snowmobiling/ice fishing although there would be no running water. Two beautiful public sand beaches just across lake. (Sheen Island and Wolf Pack Island) Owner willing to assist buyer in closing cabin in fall and opening in spring if desired. Easy access from Ash River resorts or public launch on Kabetogama. Can also be accessed from Crane Lake.