2 private off-grid acres with 210 feet of lakefront. Main cabin is 576 ft2 with one bedroom, kitchen & living room. Recently upgraded 4-piece bath with rain shower, new PEX plumbing, new dock & Honda generator. Second cabin is 300 ft2 with new composting toilet.
This great off-grid property is 2 private acres located on the Titetown Lake Peninsula on picturesque Titetown Lake. This parcel maintains total tranquility while offering sweeping views of Titetown Lake and approximately 210 feet of private frontage. Direct access to endless amounts of backcountry. For anybody interested in the outdoors, fishing, hunting, ATVing, snowmobiling this property is a natural fit. Wildlife is everywhere with deer, moose, bears, grouse and good fishing in the lake for rainbow trout and Kokanee salmon.
An affordable recreational option in some of BC’s best wilderness. The property has a main log cabin as well as a secondary guest cabin. The larger cabin is 576 ft2 in size with one bedroom, kitchen, living room with new front porch. Recent upgrades to the main cabin include a full 4-piece bathroom with rain shower and full size tub, including all new PEX piping underneath the cabin. The kitchen has a new double sink and a Unique propane fridge attached to two 100 lbs. propane tanks. The current owner also upgraded to a four-burner propane range and oven connected to another 100 lbs. propane tank. Lighting to the cabin is provided by a 12-volt system. The cabin stays snug and warm with all windows being double glazed and the wood stove and fireplace kicking out that comforting heat that only comes from a natural fire. Stay connected to friends and family as the cabin is already set up with Xplornet Internet.
The guest cabin is about 300 ft2 with one bedroom, plus bunk, kitchen and living room with a wood stove. Recent upgrades to the small cabin include a new three-piece bathroom, with Sanmar composting toilet and all plumbing upgraded to PEX. The smaller cabin has an outdoor kitchen with two-burner propane cooktop and 3 cubic foot Unique fridge.
Water to the cabins is currently supplied by an 18' lakeside well filling a cistern in the outbuilding. Upgrades to the water system include new 12v pumps and pressure tank. The cistern is suitable for fair weather use and is ample supply for extended/long-term stays. Outbuildings include 8' x 16' wood shed, propane/gas shed, electrical/mechanical room with attached workshop.
Additional items to sweeten the deal are the new 5' x 16' dock, new Honda 3000 generator with 10 new 6 volt batteries and log splitter to save your back.
The cabin is currently winterized but the power to the cabins is still on. Please call the listing REALTOR® today for more information or to book a time to go by for a look.
4459 Titetown Road on Titetown Lake. Titetown Lake is a lake located just 21.8 miles from Nazko, in Cariboo Regional District.
Follow Highway 16 west approximately 6 km south from Prince George. On the left hand side of the highway (after about 6 km) there will be a sign indicating entrance to the Blackwater Road. Take it (left turn, coming from Prince George), after following the Blackwater Road for approximately 76 km you will intersect with the Batnuni Road (Batnuni is a right turn—a left turn would lead you to Quesnel. Turn right!). Continue on the Batnuni Road for approximately 53 km. The entrance to the Titetown Road is on the left. Turn left and continue on the Titetown Road, across the cement bridge and go to 4459 Titetown Road.
Head northbound on N. Fraser Drive from Quesnel for approx. 9 km. Take a right-hand turn onto Black Water Road and follow for approx. 65 km. There will be a three-way intersection with directions shown by a green sign. From this point take the left hand turn down Batnuni Road. Follow Batnuni Road for approx. 53 km and the entrance to Titetown Lake will be on the left hand side.
The area of Titetown Lake is well worth the drive and gives owners ultimate privacy in beautiful rural BC. This region offers excellent fishing and hunting through the spring, summer and fall, as well as winter sports to keep you entertained when the snow flies. Logging has occurred throughout the region in the past and there is an intricate system of high quality logging roads that grants access to an abundance of Crown land.
Within Titetown Lake there are 8 small islands which have been known to attract wildlife. Animals that have been seen in the region include moose, bear, foxes, otters and an abundance of deer. In regards to waterfowl and birds, the lake is home to eagles, loons, osprey, ducks and geese among many others.
Titetown Lake is deep lake for this region of the province and is river fed. These key components make the lake a prime fishing location and owners in the past have caught rainbow trout, Kokanee, Dolly Varden and char.
The property is located in prime wilderness and has all types of recreation that country living has to offer. In the summer time, the lakefront will provide opportunity to get on the water with boating, fishing and swimming. For those looking to relax, the sightseeing of wildlife from the front porch in the sunshine will be time well spent, especially in the spring. In the fall, the region has prime hunting opportunity for a variety of big and small game animals. There is also an impressive amount of high quality logging roads that help gain access to secluded cut blocks and backcountry that will provide major opportunity to explore. The property even has activities in the winter with picturesque snow falls and opportunity for snow showing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling.
The property is located in a pristine area of British Columbia with a rich history. The area was first utilized in order to provide access to the Nuxalk-Carrier grease trail, also known as the Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail. Four miles down from the subject property there is a natural fjord where horses used to transport materials would cross and continue the trail to Bella Coola.
This region of the province also has an impressive history of cattle drives. Local literature tells stories of these drives and their journey through this region of the Cariboo.
In 2013 a surrounding portion of Titetown Lake became a national park. The park is 1,070 hectares and is known as “Titetown Provincial Park.” The park protects surrounding mature pine and aspen forests plentiful with wildlife. Several large glacial depressions are spread out throughout the park and are referred to as “Mackenzie’s Bowls.”
Please see the mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
53°19'15.84"N and 123°48'35.33"W
RL - Rural Residential
PARCEL B (BEING THE CONSOLIDATION OF LOTS 10 AND 11 (SEE BB896062) DISTRICT LOT 1346 CARIBOO DISTRICT PLAN 19406
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