Deeded ownership!! In gated area called Shuswap Highlands. Freehold ownership of 1/4 undivided shared interest lot. Ready to go w/ sewer, water, telephone, internet & hydro. Amazing boating & water sports. Great fishing & hunting in the area. Steps to the lake.
Join the homes already built in this gated East Barriere Lake (Shuswap Highlands) community. Freehold ownership of 1/4 undivided shared interest with a bareland strata development on the popular warm watered East Barriere Lake where the beaches are sandy and the waters are pristine and inviting. Telephone, internet and Hydro at the lot line. Boat moorage available. Year-round enjoyment with true for season recreation. This property is suitable for year-round living or recreating. The lake is literally less than a two-minute walk from this property. Bareland strata fee $125/month.
Ask the listing REALTOR® to send you some photos of two other neighbouring homes already built within the ¼ interest property to give you an idea of what is possible. The properties are all on a community sewer and water system.
East Barriere Lake is a highly sought after lake given its relatively close proximity to the lower mainland. The lake is known for excellent boating and water sport recreation with a warm dry climate. There’s an excellent fishing and hunting opportunities in the area and literally endless logging roads and ATV trails to explore right from the cabin. It’s also certainly nice to have the added privacy and security of a gated community.
Call the listing REALTOR® today for more information or to set up your time to go by for a look.
Located at the south end of the lake in gated community called Shuswap Highlands. 10.4 East Barriere Lake FSR Rd - Barriere, BC.
From Barriere take Barriere Lakes Road for about 30 minutes to East Barriere Lake FSR. At the south end of the lake turn left through the gate with the address 4285.
The District of Barriere is located 66 kilometres north of the larger city of Kamloops on Highway 5. It is nestled in the North Thompson Valley surrounded by the Barriere and North Thompson Rivers. Barriere became one of BC's newest municipalities on December 4, 2007. Currently elected are Mayor Virginia Smith, Councillors Mike Fennell, Al Fortin, Donna Kibble, Pat Paula, Amanda Sabyan and Ward Stamer.
Barriere is partially driven by the forest industry however the other industries which serve the town are tourism and agriculture, primarily alfalfa. Mining development is on the increase in the North Thompson Valley, and it is predicted that many forestry workers will transfer from forestry to mining as these new development begin production. New businesses are starting to migrate to Barriere as the town grows with independent and sustainable resources.
Barriere is a beautiful place to raise your family, start a business or retire in an affordable and safe community. Abundant recreation is at your doorstep in a relaxing home-town atmosphere. Just 45 minutes away is an easy and scenic commute to Kamloops for work or to visit the hustle and bustle of the big city.
North of the town centre is Chinook Cove Golf Course.
Several lake resorts are a short driving distance from the community: east of the city is East Barriere Lake, South Barriere Lake as well as North Barriere Lake.
The ski resort of Sun Peaks is approx. a 1-hour drive from Barriere.
There is a curling rink, library, post office and Royal Canadian Mounted Police station in the community. There are several community parks including ball fields. Community halls include the Fall Fair Hall and Lions Club Hall; other larger facilities include the curling rink and seniors centre. At the Lions Club hall there is a program called 'Cadets,' there is a local community theatre group: Thompson Valley Players Society, and the North Thompson Museum.
Every Labour Day weekend the town hosts the North Thompson Fall Fair Rodeo - it is the community's biggest yearly event produced by hundreds of volunteers (about 10,000 people attend annually, over the three-day fair). Barriere and the North Thompson Fall Fair have the third oldest Royalty Pageant program in British Columbia; the Barriere Fall Fair and Rodeo features a large parade.
The community derives its name Barriere (originally and alternately, Barrière) from the rocks/nets placed in the water by first nations people to act as fish traps, forming a barrier to boat passage on the river. The descendants of those placing the fish-trap barriers are from the Simpcw/Secwepemc Nation who still reside in present-day Chu Chua, just north of Barriere.
Gold was discovered in the area as early as 1861, and was mined using the placer method. The August 12, 1861 edition of the British Colonist mentions " ... one party of Frenchmen at a place above Kamloops called Barrier. They are fluming the Thompson, and expect to take out $25 per day to the hand, it is also incorporated.”
Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
51°15'8.33"N and 119°51'32.74"W
STRATA LOT 10 DISTRICT LOT 2309 KAMLOOPS DIVISION YALE DISTRICT STRATA PLAN KAS1819 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM 1
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