First-class lakefront w/ indoor RV parking & 2 bedroom suite above. Services in and built to lockup. No expense spared. 600 W power, septic, propane, in-floor heating well water. Use the suite while you build a dream home on this lot. 4 season recreation.
Located on the north side of Glimpse Lake in the prestigious enclave of the Little Beaver Creek Ranch gated community sits this beautiful southwest exposed lakefront lot. Perched overlooking the lake is one of the nicest garages with living quarters above that you will ever come across. This building is nicer than most of the fully completed lakefront homes in the Thompson-Okanagan. The structure is built to lockup with all the heavy lifting already completed. A savvy buyer has the option of finishing off the interior of the building and using the property as their lakefront getaway, or finishing off the current building and using it as a residence while building their dream home on lot which was the original intention of the current owner.
On the main floor you will find a large RV garage of approximately 46’ x 17’ with secure indoor parking for even your largest RV or motorhome. A large two-car garage provides additional parking on the main. The layout of the interior of the main floor includes a workshop, utility rooms, storage, furnace room, shower and elevator. On the exterior a large covered patio takes in the lake views, the sound of the loons, the songbirds on the lakeshore and is just a great place to have your morning coffee.
In the upstairs suite you’ll find two bedrooms and one bathroom. There’s also a full laundry and large living area with views of towards the lake.
The property including the garage has 600 W power which is more than enough to service any future home built on the lot. Services already installed include a septic system, a propane system already plumbed, in floor radiant heat and a pressurized boiler system. The main well water system providing domestic water is also connected.
Glimpse Lake is private and quiet with only a small number of cabins and public use areas. Enhancing the lake's peaceful nature is the electric motor only policy.
The outdoor recreational opportunities are almost limitless with literally hundreds of kilometres of ATV trails and logging roads extending from the property. You can literally catch rainbow trout off the dock. Glimpse Lake is widely regarded as one of the top trout fishing lakes in the area, it’s not uncommon for anglers to catch 20+ fish per day. There are several other great fishing lakes in the immediate area, including Blue Lake, Little Blue Lake, Peter Hope Lake, Plateau Lake and several others. Without question one of the best-selling features for the Glimpse Lake area are the 4 distinct seasons can enjoy. The winter offers excellent snowmobiling, great hunting in the fall, trout fishing in the spring and pure relaxation during the summer.
Bare land strata fee of $220/month. All measurements are approximate. Buyer to verify any measurements deemed important.
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5300 Lauder Rd. - Merritt, BC
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Glimpse Lake is located approximately 30 kilometres northeast of the City of Merritt and approximately 70 kilometres from the City of Kamloops. The property is easily accessed from Highway 5A off of Highway 5 (also known as the Coquihalla). Kamloops is 70 kilometres from Glimpse Lake via the 5A. Kamloops is a regional centre that boasts a wealth of retail and service amenities. Kamloops also has a regional airport that can accommodate most private aircrafts as well as scheduled flights from Vancouver, Prince George and Calgary.
Glimpse Lake is approximately 235 acres in size, and has an average depth of 30 feet and a maximum depth of 180 feet. Glimpse Lake has an electric motor only restriction and is known for its excellent fly-fishing with a healthy stock of rainbow trout.
Merritt is proudly known as the Country Music Capital of Canada. The highlight of the year is the Merritt Mountain Music Festival, held annually in July. Merritt also has the advantage of being a four-season, outdoors-adventure destination with over 2,050 hours per year of sunshine and endless opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, fishing, camping, horseback riding and golfing.
Merritt’s downtown recreates the western style of the early 20th century. Visitors are often charmed by the down-home, generous hospitality of this thriving community.
Merritt is surrounded by provincial parks that are brimming with lakes - ideal locations from which to view wildlife and birds. Kentucky/Alleyne Provincial Park is known for its open forests, turquoise lakes and spectacular scenery. Watch for mallards, goldeneye and grebe, plus hawks and falcons. Roche Lake Provincial Park is a year-round recreation area, noted for camping, hunting, wildlife viewing, fishing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Black bears, moose, deer and birds such as the Canada goose, mallard and mountain bluebird call this park home. Visitors flock to Lac le Jeune Provincial Park for its ideal swimming, fishing, boating, hiking and mountain-biking opportunities. The Laurie Guichon Memorial Interpretive Grasslands Site describes the function and role of natural grasslands.
The fishing for wild rainbow trout is one of the main draws to the area, with Glimpse Lake on your doorstep and several other great fishing lakes only minutes away. Glimpse Lake summers warm both your body and your soul. Enjoy nature at its peak surrounded by sagebrush, wildlife and golden rolling hills. Enjoy countless picturesque trails - hiking, biking or horseback riding. Glide through Glimpse Lake in your canoe or boat (electric motors only) and fly-fish or troll for rainbow trout. Discover the many trails and unlimited backroads with your ATV.
But most of all enjoy the scenic beauty and take in the rich bird and wildlife that nature has to offer.
Soft white snow blankets this ranch community in winter with a crisp clear quiet. Imagine white Christmas in this winter wonderland. Glimpse Lake freezes over and becomes a winter playground for skating, hockey, curling and ice-fishing.
Go for an exhilarating snowmobile ride or cut through the deep snow quietly while snow shoeing or cross-country skiing - a peaceful yet exciting way to explore the transformed white countryside. And nothing feels better than peeling off the layers of icy snow gear to sit by the fireplace with your favourite drink to reflect on the thrills of the day.
The Nicola Valley and Glimpse Lake are among the most picturesque and historic places in the interior of British Columbia. The area's original inhabitants predate recorded history and the valley's stunning natural beauty has remained largely unchanged to this day. Like a land frozen in time during the real West, its effect on all who see it is immediate and profound. It is, without a doubt, one of the most rare and beautiful places remaining in Canada's West today.
Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
50°15'6.14"N and 120°15'58.86"W
Lakefront garage with indoor RV parking and 2 bedroom suite above. Approximately 3,600 ft2 on 2 levels.
C4 - Recreational Commercial
STRATA LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 3368 KAMLOOPS DIVISION YALE DISTRICT STRATA PLAN KAS2562 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM V
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