310-acre farm 4 km to Highway 3 with no zoning. Water, agricultural fields, backs onto Crown land and great climate for self-sufficient living. Lind Creek runs through with water licences for domestic & irrigation water. Fenced & cross fenced. Main House and 2nd Cabin + outbuildings.
All the features you’ve been looking for, water, agricultural fields, backing onto Crown land and an excellent climate suitable for a self-sufficient lifestyle. This 310-acre heritage farm in south-central BC is a private oasis, but only 4 km to the highway and close to the US border. This property was settled in 1894 and established as a dairy farm. The old original ice-house still exists. The farm is intact with access via a public road and power to the property. All merchantable timber on the property is scheduled to be logged starting at the beginning of August 2023. The logging activities will improve grazing and access to the hillside portions of the property.
The property encompasses the entire valley running east/west, which maximizes sun exposure. The water supply is a registered spring, and there is a second water licence for irrigation, allowing the use of Lind Creek which runs through the property. 105 acres is in the ALR, with lots of hay fields and also includes the homestead. The property is fenced and cross-fenced. The remaining 200+ acres have subdivision potential, and is mostly fenced. The fact that this property has no zoning opens it up for almost any possible use.
The large dairy barn is 33’ x 75’ with a 30’ high loft. There is a double-bay tractor shed with insulated workshops on either side. There are 2 other very large sheds. The well-built 1,200 ft2 house includes 2 bedrooms plus a den, and has a full basement. From the front deck which looks south over the hay fields, there are lots of birds and potential wildlife to watch. The second dwelling, a 2-story chalet design, is perfect for summer rentals or could be upgraded for year-round use. The 60' x 30' aluminum tubular rib framed Quonset has lots of potential. Generally, the buildings on the property are livable but some TLC could bring them back to their full splendor.
For those outdoor enthusiasts, the possibilities are endless. This property backs onto an enormous swath of Crown land which is teeming with wildlife. Your only neighbours are the moose, deer, bears and elk that call this valley home. Would make a quiet and natural retreat, or a great place to raise 1 or more families. GST applicable.
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3065 Lind Creek Road - Greenwood, BC
Please refer to the mapping section of this listing for the detailed location. Call the listing REALTOR® before venturing out to the property.
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 see mapping section, all boundaries are approximate.
49° 4'28.31"N and 118°37'30.25"W
No zoning. This is a huge selling feature and opens up the property for a variety of intended uses.
DISTRICT LOT 1695 SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION YALE DISTRICT
PID - 015-048-845
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