34.5 acres only 5 km west of Greenwood, BC. Southwest exposed hillside with several good build sites. Good year-round creek with excellent water. Off-grid with Crown land on 3 sides. Perfect home base for a recreational cabin, hunting cabin, self-sufficient off-grid living.
This property checks a lot of boxes. Less than 5 km west of the town of Greenwood sits 34.5 acres on a south west exposed hillside with several good build site location. Running through the bottom section of the property is a good year-round creek with excellent water. In fact, the town of Greenwood won an international competition proclaiming this small community as having the best tasting water in the world.
Deadwood Road runs east to west through the property. The access is maintained year-round by the highways department. The climate in Greenwood is excellent for gardening or self-sufficient living, and this property would serve as the perfect homebase for a recreational cabin, hunting cabin, self-sufficient off-grid living or anyone looking for a wilderness retreat. The property is surrounded by Crown land on three sides and there's an extensive network of ATV trails and logging roads in the area for exploring the backcountry. The property has been previously logged.
This property has no zoning so your options are almost limitless. If you want to build 1 cabin or 20 cabins you have the option to do so. This property is an affordable blank canvas for you to get started on your wilderness lifestyle.
If you are an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys horseback riding, ATVing, sledding, fishing and hunting you have found your destination. The hills surrounding the property are teaming with wildlife and offer four-season recreation. The nearby Crown land is home to some of BCs best hunting, with wild turkeys, elk, Whitetail deer, mule deer, black bear and grouse.
Please contact the listing REALTOR® today for more information or to book a time to go by for a look.
1160 Deadwood Road - Greenwood, BC
Please refer to the mapping section of this listing.
Greenwood is a city in South Central British Columbia. It was incorporated in 1897 and was formerly one of the principal cities of the Boundary Country smelting and mining district. It earned the "city" status and has retained that title despite the population implosion following the closure of the area's industries. It is therefore styles itself as "Canada's Smallest City." It is located along Highway 3 near Rock Creek and Grand Forks.
The town is served by Greenwood Elementary School which covers grades from 4-7. Students attend Midway Elementary School for grades from K-3. Following grade 7 local students attend Boundary Central Secondary School in nearby Midway.
The lake is approximately 3 km long and fly fishing for rainbow trout is a very popular activity. The lake is stocked with both brook trout and rainbow trout from the Summerland Trout Hatchery. Boats are restricted to 10 horsepower. Jewel Lake Resort is located on the south end of the lake and can provide you with basic essentials and boat rentals. There is ice-fishing allowed on Jewel Lake. Anyone fishing or angling in British Columbia must have an appropriate licence.
Please refer to the mapping section of this listing (all boundaries are approximate.)
49° 6'25.28"N and 118°43'43.16"W
THE SURFACE OF DISTRICT LOT 654 SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION YALE DISTRICT SURVEYED AS THE 'MORRISON' MINERAL CLAIM
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