Remote wooded acreage on the Nechako Plateau in north central BC. Located in the Nazko - Blackwater region near Titetown & Kluskoil Lake Parks. Water seems abundant and the property is nicely treed.
Large remote parcel with access compromised by beaver lodge. There is an old structure habited many years ago. Main access is on Batnuni Road which is a good quality gravel roadway.
Nechako Plateau - approx. elevation is 2,700 feet, 80 km northwest of Quesnel.
From the Lower Mainland take Highway 1 to Cache Creek and the follow Highway 97 north to Quesnel. Turn left off Highway 97 at Moffat in West Quesnel. Across the bridge take the Nazko turn (Nazko Highway) at 10.5 km turn right on Blackwater Road, follow approx. 57 km to a fork in the road. Veer left on Batnuni Road (at this point your are equidistant from Prince George and Quesnel), go 34 km further (or a total of 91 from Quesnel) at this point there is a driveway to the right.
Quesnel the Gold Pan City today services a trading population of 27,000 and shops and services have multiplied with the population growth. There are 16 elementary schools, 3 secondary schools, a college, 15 churches, 2 pulp mills, 5 lumber mills, 2 shopping malls, an art gallery, airport, and a large hospital; twin arenas, curling rink, 2 golf courses, mini golf, 2 riverfront trails for walking and a large recreation center entertaining the sports minded throughout the year. Cross-country ski trails are abundant and an alpine ski hill is less than an hour away. Every July residents and visitors can enjoy Bill Barker Days, a family festival for all ages, which also includes the Quesnel Rodeo. The September Fall Fair brings exhibitors from many places to show their animals, produce and handiwork.
Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
53°17'52.24"N and 123°33'41.61"W
Maybe an old structure . . .
RESOURCE/AGRICULTURAL (R/A) ZONE
THE NORTH 1/2 OF DISTRICT LOT 1401 CARIBOO DISTRICT
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