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Gold Bridge Home with Lots of Room for Recreational Toys, Fully Fenced
Gold Bridge Home with Lots of Room for Recreational Toys, Fully Fenced
Open concept 3 bdrm home in great shape. Spa size bathroom, 2 bdrms & office on main with loft bedroom and powder room upstairs. Lots of room to park rec. toys. Heated shed/shop, fully fenced and dog friendly. Your portal to big mountain adventures.
  • Size: 0.29 of an acre
  • Area: SWBC
  • Price: $232,500
  • Listing Agent: Robbi-Layne Robertson - RLR@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 604-351-9417
Description : Newer open concept 3 bedroom home in great shape. Spa size bathroom, 2 bedrooms and office on main level with a loft bedroom and powder room upstairs. Lots of room to park recreational toys. Heated shed/shop, fully fenced yard and dog friendly. Views of the mountains, close to Gun Lake and your portal to big mountain adventures. Just one block walk to the Gold Bridge Store for groceries, mail and a friendly locals visit.
Location : Gold Bridge, BC
Access :

Travel from Lillooet takes 2+ hours on Highway 40. The mixed paved and dirt road follows the Bridge River and Carpenter Lake Reservoir and is 112 km long. This is the main road in and out of the Bridge River Valley and is open year-round. Check Drive BC for updates and road conditions.

Gold Bridge is a 2.5 hour drive from Whistler over the Hurley Forest Service Road, which starts in the Pemberton Meadows and is a rough 2WD dirt road over a high mountain pass. It is often only passable with a 4WD or a high clearance vehicle. The Hurley is plowed in May every year to open it up for car and truck traffic.

All roads to Gold Bridge pass by some of the most spectacular scenery imaginable. Expect changing mountain driving conditions. There is no cell phone service after Lillooet or Pemberton. Take your time and enjoy the drive!

Improvements :
  • 3 bedroom home
  • Heated shop/shed
  • Yard fully fenced
Services :
  • Electricity
  • Septic
  • Community water
Recreation :

Gold Bridge is known for the unlimited recreation possibilities available. In every season, people are out enjoying the roads and singletrack trails that the miners and loggers left behind.

Winter in Gold Bridge is a snow lovers paradise. Snowmobiles are part of everyday transport and great fun in the backcountry. Avalanche training is recommended to play in the mountains.

Other winter activities include ski touring, sled skiing and snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice fishing, winter camping and ice skating on the frozen lakes. Sunshine Mountain Ski Hill has been around since the 1930s and is an ongoing community project.

Summer in Gold Bridge is a feast for the senses. The mountain meadows are vibrantly alive with wildflowers and wildlife at the base of the massive Coast Mountain icefields and glaciers.

Mountain bikers come from near and far to ride through the wildflowers on the famous singletrack trails. Hikers can climb mountain peaks and walk alpine ridges for days. ATV and dirt bike trails are abundant and can lead you up into the alpine on old mining roads. Family campers can experience great adventures with nature by simply visiting the area. Exploration never ends in Gold Bridge!

Vegetation :

SCR - Southern Chilcotin Ranges Ecosection
Interior Douglas fir and Montane Spruce forests dominate the valleys and lower slopes while subalpine forests dominate the middle mountain slopes. Extensive alpine tundra, from the rugged glacier dominated areas in the west to rolling alpine meadows in the northeast occurs on the upper slopes

Area Data : Gold Bridge is an unincorporated community in the Bridge River Country located at the confluence of the Bridge River and the Hurley River. Although numbering only around 40 inhabitants, Gold Bridge is the service and supply centre for the upper basin of the Bridge River Valley, which includes recreation-residential areas at the Gun Lakes, Tyaughton Lake, Marshall Creek and Bralorne; and the nearby ghost towns of Brexton and Pioneer Mine.
History :

Gold Bridge is a small town nestled in the Bridge River Valley, among the towering peaks of the South Chilcotin Mountains. It has a rich and fascinating history, full of railways, ghost towns, flooded valleys, old mines and trails. Since 1859, when gold was first discovered on Bridge River, this region has been home to miners and their families.

The big gold rush began in the 1930s at the Bralorne-Pioneer Mine near Gold Bridge. It was the richest gold claim in Canada, producing more than four million ounces of gold before it closed in 1971 and prompted the construction of a complete town. The mine has been abandoned for many years but recently there has been new mining activity in the area.

History buffs still find plenty of old ghost towns and abandoned mines to poke around in.

Zoning : R1 Residential 1
PID 018-155-634
Taxes : $2,103 (2017)
Boundaries : SLRD Squamish Lillooet Regional District
Map Reference : 50°51'6.14"N and 122°50'16.66"W
Listing # : 17299