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    Fully Forested Acreage with Creek - Silverton, BC

    Kootenays Listing No. 24134

    This property has a gorgeous creek providing a fresh water source & towering 125+ year old trees. Land slopes up from Red Mountain Road with a basic cabin shell situated towards the top of a knoll. Borders Crown land. No zoning. Power available but not hooked up.

    Foreign Buyer Ban does not apply to this property


    12.95 acres

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    A stunningly lush acreage in the Selkirk Mountains near Slocan Lake and the quaint community of Silverton.

    This 12.95-acre property has a gorgeous creek running through into and near its northern boundary providing a fresh water source for the very private cabin site and an amazing peaceful and soothing setting—a water licence is in place on the creek.

    On the land are towering 125+ year old trees, mostly Hemlock and Cedar, and some remnants of a much older forest throughout the property.

    The land slopes up from Red Mountain Road with the cabin site towards the top of a knoll. The cabin itself is an insulated shell with a sturdy metal roof and outside shower; a great home base to get started on setting up your West Kootenay escape. Although power runs along the road, power has not been brought into the cabin site. From the cabin there is an established hiking/biking trail heading out into the Crown land. There is direct Crown land access on two sides. An old Forest Service Road provides easy and convenient access to the cabin.

    A big perk is there is no zoning opening up the potential to use the land how you desire—add a few cabins, a full-time residence, campsites, wilderness resort, etc.


    Red Mountain Road - Silverton, BC


    A couple kilometres south of Silverton, take Red Mountain Road (if coming from the south you can take the southern exit to Red Mountain Road). Drive up the hill for a couple kilometres to the flat bench.

    Distances from the Property
    • Silverton - 4 km
    • New Denver - 12 km
    • Kaslo - 55 km
    • Nelson - 98 km
    • Castlegar - 98 km
    • Kelowna - 294 km

    Area Data


    (Population approx. 200)

    The small village of Silverton, BC’s second smallest municipality in both population and area. Silverton was first settled in 1892 by miners working the south face of Idaho Mountain, extracting the rich deposits of lead and silver; however, the area was first inhabited by the Kootenai and Salish First Nations whose pictographs can still be seen along the shores of Slocan Lake only a few kilometres from the property. The village which is located on the lake now has a mining museum, café, building supply store, dental clinic, chiropractor, gallery, village office, park, motel. More services are stores in New Denver including a grocery store, café and some great boutique shops—all only a short 5 minute drive from Silverton.

    The Village of Silverton is one of a few small communities in the Slocan Valley where only about 5,600 people spread over the entire valley live within the 1,275 square miles (330,000 hectares); that’s less than 4 people per square mile!


    Mostly forested with an average age of 125 years old. Hemlock and cedar are the two most common species.


    Please see the mapping section, all boundaries are approximate, and flagging on site.

    Map Reference

    49°54'54.73"N and 117°21'20.27"W

    Investment Features

    Mostly covered with large mature timber, a mix of mostly hemlock and cedar, with an average age of 125 years old.


    • Water Licence on Baby Ruth Creek
    • Power at lot line - not run into cabin


    Cabin Shell
    • Metal roof
    • Approx. 12 ft x 16 ft
    • Outdoor shower
    • Water currently not hooked up–need a new water line form intake on creek to cabin site

    Tax Details

    $989.58 (2024)


    No zoning - bring your ideas.

    Ideal for a couple cabins, house, small campground or wilderness retreat location.


    PID 026-566-371

    Maps & Plans

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    Maps & Plans

    Our property descriptions and geographical information are taken from the BC Assessment Authority, Land Titles Office, government maps and other sources. While LandQuest® does not guarantee the information, we believe it to be accurate, but should not be relied upon without verification. This communication is not intended to cause or induce breach of an existing agency agreement.