Ideal acreage for an off-grid cabin/living. 10 mostly useable acreages with some clearing & varying regrowth. No zoning allows for flexibility in use - RV set up, cabin, or off-grid house. Close to Kootenay Lake communities of Gray Creek, Crawford Bay, & Boswell.
Looking for an off-grid location to live the homestead lifestyle either full on or just as a recreational escape? This 10 acre parcel in a currently unzoned area just 10 minutes off Highway 3A at Kootenay Lake maybe the spot you are looking for.
Property is located on an upper bench and the land is mostly flat with one elevated area offering splendid views. Land is covered with varied vegetation/regrowth and good indicators of water. 4.5 kilometres off paved/maintained roads. No zoning opens up the possibility of varying uses . . . RV campsite for hunting, motorsports and outdoor adventures, rural cabin/cottage, multiple cabins, or year-round living. Loads of recreational opportunities nearby such as hiking, fishing, hunting, quading and snowmobiling and access to Kootenay Lake is just minutes away.
No building restrictions or timelines.
Crown Creek FSR. Located on the East Shore of Kootenay Lake near Gray Creek.
7.25 km south of the Gray Creek General Store is the turn off to the property. It is then 4.5 km on forest service road off of Highway 3A.
The local area is known as the East Shore, an area that lies between the lofty mountains and expansive waters of southern Kootenay Lake and away from the major tourist routes. Protected by the Selkirk and Purcell mountain ranges in south eastern British Columbia, it is sparsely populated and has remained relatively unspoiled. The area supports a rich biological diversity, including mountain slopes heavily forested with a mix of pine, Douglas fir, hemlock and cedar and a broad range of flora and fauna. The nearest community on the East Shore is Gray Creek which is essentially a few rural and lakeside residences and a General Store, a little further north on Highway 3A is the ferry landing town of Crawford Bay comprised of approximately 350 people, a well-known artisans town with a fantastic golf course - Kokanee Springs Golf Resort.
Kootenay Lake is the gem of the Kootenays and central to what makes this area special. This large body of clean, fresh water defines the valley, moderates the climate in summer and winter, and provides endless opportunities for recreation as well as being simply beautiful, set against the backdrop of the spectacular surrounding mountain peaks. Located 530 metres (1,736 ft) above sea level in the Kootenay Lake Valley. The valley is bound by the Selkirk Mountain range to the west and the Purcell Mountain range to the east. Kootenay Lake is 145 km long and up to 152 metres (500 ft) deep, with an average width of 4 km (2.5 miles) and is 8 km (5 miles) across at its widest. Fed by numerous creeks, Kootenay Lake’s major source of water is the Kootenay River, which originates in the Rocky Mountains and passes through Montana and Idaho before emptying into the lake, and is the second largest tributary of the Columbia River. The water here is pure enough to drink straight from the lake. Kootenay Lake remains ice-free in winter.
A big draw to this area is the endless year-round recreation available and made possible by its moderate climate and the surrounding mountains and of course Kootenay Lake serving as a moderator of temps and recreational feature.
Below are just some of the options available:
Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
49°35'17.97"N and 116°46'56.34"W
Lot 8, Plan NEP957, District Lot 4595, Kootenay Land District
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