Affordable opportunity to purchase a recreational lot in the stunning wilderness surrounding Baker Creek. Multiple purchase options available whether you are looking to invest, make a multi-lot purchase, or a single recreational lot.
Wonderful opportunity to purchase an affordable recreational lot in the wilderness surrounding Baker Creek, BC. With multiple purchase options, this subdivision is an extremely unique opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a promising investment. There are 12 lots available, as independent units, sold in multiples, or as a single cohesive block. The lots are flat, easily accessed and surrounded by some of the finest outdoor recreation and scenery that British Columbia has to offer. Lots vary in vegetation coverage, but all offer a cleared building site.
The lots range in size from 2.495 acres to 2.619 acres. They are rectangularly shaped and are accessed from the fully paved and maintained Tibbles Road. Each lot has its own individual access/egress from this main roadway. Adorning each individual driveway is an ornamented steel gate providing both security and aesthetic curb appeal.
All services are readily available upon purchase. Two 400 ft wells have been drilled, 1 artesian but both with very high flow, which are to serve each individual lot and providing bountiful quantities of water. The necessary easements are in place to provide water to each lot. Hydro poles run along Tibbles Road and power may be easily diverted onto the individual lots. The soil on each lot has been perc tested and deemed suitable for septic installation.
Lot D contains an impressive 36 ft x 36 ft commercial grade shop. Lot D depicts the potential that the remainder of the lots possess. The shop is fully energized with 200 amp electrical service. There are two overhead bay doors measuring 12 ft x 10 ft along with 12 ft interior ceilings. The shop is ideal for storing toys, tools and equipment in order to maximize your rural lifestyle. The shop also permits for you to comfortably and safely leave your recreational equipment on site while you are not in the area. This opens the option of camping or staying in an RV while at the property, but still having storage options.
If you want to purchase a vacant lot, but would still like the option of building a similar style shop or even a cabin on the property, the seller (who built the shop on Lot D) is a developer and can offer to undertake the construction.
Some potential purchase ideas within the subdivision include:
|Lot A||2.495 acres||SOLD|
|Lot B||2.495 acres||SOLD|
|Lot C||2.495 acres||SOLD|
|Lot D||2.495 acres||$124,900|
|Lot E||2.495 acres||$28,900|
|Lot F||2.495 acres||SOLD|
|Lot G||2.619 acres||SOLD|
|Lot H||2.619 acres||$28,900|
|Lot I||2.619 acres||SOLD|
|Lot J||2.619 acres||$28,900|
|Lot K||2.619 acres||$28,900|
|Lot L||2.619 acres||$28,900|
|All Lots||30.684 acres||$399,900|
This subdivision is located in the Baker Creek Region. Baker Creek may be found in British Columbia’s central interior approximately 45 minutes west of Quesnel. The area is a hub for outdoor recreation, logging and ranching.
From Quesnel, proceed west along Nazko Road for approximately 44 km until you come to the intersection of Tibbles Road. Turn left (south) onto Tibbles Road and proceed for precisely 0.39 km at which point, the driveway to Lot A will be on the left (east) side of the roadway.
Baker Creek is a highly sought after recreational area, due to its raw beauty and seclusion along with its easy access to the town and employment center of Quesnel. Its proximity to Quesnel makes the Baker Creek region the perfect amalgamation of rural living and urban convenience.
There are several large lakes in the area including Puntataenkut Lake, Teltierone Lake, Tiltzarone Lake and Puntchesakut Lake. These lakes make the Baker Creek area a fisherman’s paradise with ample opportunity to catch a variety of game fish. In addition to the many lakes, the region has enormous tracts of public land with logging roads and trails providing excellent year-round access and exploration opportunity. Few other regions of the province offer such immense quantities of public land in close proximity to a major urban hub (Quesnel).
Quesnel is the closest urban center with a population of approximately 10,000. Within the greater North Cariboo region there are approximately 23,000 residents all serviced by Quesnel. The town is a major logging and transportation hub. Quesnel is surrounded by productive forests and sits conveniently on Highway 97 between the urban centers of Williams Lake and Prince George. Quesnel offers all the modern necessities required to supply and service your rural property in Baker Creek. Sylvia’s Café is a short trip up the road if you need basic items and do not have time to drive into Quesnel.
The G.R. Baker Memorial Hospital services the Baker Creek and Quesnel areas and helps ensure the continued health and safety of the area’s residents.
The University of Northern British Columbia and the University of New Caledonia both have regional facilities in Quesnel.
Forestry continues to dominate, as the region’s major economic driver with tourism constituting a close second. West Fraser, Tolko and C&C Wood Products are all active in the region and have made recent significant investments in their Quesnel operations.
The area surrounding the subdivision is as wild as anywhere in British Columbia. With dense forests, open hillsides, multiple river systems and standing lakes, Baker Creek is home to a multitude of wildlife. Within a short commute from the property you can see mule deer, moose, elk, bears, wolves, bald eagles, sandhill cranes, cougars and more. The bird life is very impressive.
Lodge pole pine is the dominant tree species in the Baker Creek region. In areas of low lying wetlands, white spruce may be found in abundance. Pine tends to dominate the ridges and hills while the marsh grass and willow is concentrated in the lower sections of the landscape.
The region surrounding the subdivision is famous for its outdoor recreational opportunities. The following activities are available:
The property sits in Management Unit 5-13 offering hunting opportunities for mule deer, moose, bear, wolves and multiple game bird species. The ecosystem surrounding Baker Creek is rich and healthy allowing large populations of wild animals to flourish. There are options to hunt both private land (with permission), or on the thousands of square kilometres of surrounding Crown land.
Within a short commute, the ample annual snowfall and high altitudes to the west create some of the best snowmobiling opportunities around. There are infinite miles of seismic trails/logging networks to explore.
The same snow, which affords excellent snowmobiling opportunity, provides excellent cross-country skiing conditions. This is a wonderful way to explore the peaceful country side without the constant hum of an engine.
The many river networks and lakes that dot the landscape provide infinite fishing and boating opportunities.
With all the surrounding Crown land and nature, the options for hiking and camping are endless.
The long summer days allow certain vegetables to grow large, but the growing season is short compared to some areas of the province. There is plenty of space on each lot to construct a garden.
Quesnel, being so close, offers the opportunity to eat out for dinner, catch a flick or enjoy the community rec center.
The region surrounding Quesnel, was made famous by the Gold Rush, which occurred starting in the mid 19th century. The Gold Rush caused a major influx in the number of people moving to the area and in 1861 it was said that the town of Barkerville (east of Quesnel) was the most populous city in North America east of Chicago and north of San Francisco. Many remnants of this time-period remain throughout the region, as evidenced by the numerous historical buildings in and around Quesnel.
Baker Creek and Nazko became famous cowboying centers, as cowboys would summer thousands of cattle in the high country surrounding Nazko and Baker Creek and then drive them to auction at Quesnel each year. Alexander Mackenzie was one of the first Europeans to visit the Baker Creek and Nazko region of the province in 1793, as he was guided through by the Carrier First Nation tribe. The cowboys found it difficult to make a living in the early days with poor access to supplies, long distances to market and sporadic weather conditions.
52°58'40.87"N and 122°59'43.49"W
Varies, contact listing agent.
RR-3. There is no building scheme associated with the subdivision.
Lots A-L; DL 12335 Cariboo District Plan EPP5488
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