16 acres with multiple income-generating opportunities. Awesome recreation. Everything needed for self-sufficient, off-grid lifestyle. Multiple residential structures, 12,800 ft2 storage with concrete floors, 4,794 ft2 second covered storage, 3740 ft2 pristine creek. No zoning.
Discover the ultimate outdoor oasis in Seymour Arm at the north end of Shuswap Lake. This 16-acre property offers multiple income-generating opportunities as well as endless recreation for its owner and visitors. The property has everything you need for a self-sufficient, off-grid lifestyle.
The well constructed and serviced residential structures can accommodate up to 21 people in 3 separate structures, plus there is a 740 ft2 owner’s log cabin and approx. 650 ft2 log cabin shell ready to be remodeled. You also have two separate RV/camp areas allowing for privacy and separation of groups and lots of open land to expand. Contact the Listing REALTOR® to discuss in more detail. More details in IMPROVEMENTS section.
As for commercial/industrial structures the property boasts a variety of functional structures and outbuildings, including:
With plenty of water, a high-producing well, second shallow well, and a well-plumbed water system, you'll have everything you need to live, work and play on this versatile rural property.
Take a stroll on adjacent Crown land along the creek-side hike under old growth cedar and enjoy the privacy offered by the perimeter of trees along the road.
With no zoning restrictions and an entrepreneurial outlook, the possibilities are endless. The current owner has over 30 years of use on the land proving its appeal and function. Make this property your home base for a hands-on, outdoor lifestyle with multiple revenue streams.
8225 Seymour Arm Main FSR - Shuswap, BC
Please refer to the mapping section of this listing for the detailed location.
Seymour Arm is an unincorporated area in British Columbia, located at the head of Seymour Inlet on Shuswap Lake. It is adjacent to Silver Beach Provincial Park and was formerly known as Ogdensville or Ogden City and Seymour. It serves as a disembarkation point for trails over passes across the Monashee Mountains, connecting the Seymour River valley to the Columbia River and is accessible by water from Savona at the end of Kamloops Lake.
Seymour Arm was once a thriving boomtown during the Big Bend Gold Rush on the Columbia River in 1865. At its peak, it had a population of 5,000 and was home to a variety of businesses such as stores, shoemakers, barber shops, saloons, bakeries, and more. The town was destroyed by fire in the late 1860s but was later revived by the English developers promoting the Seymour Arm Fruits Land Company. A post office, hotel, school, and hotel were established in 1910, but the hotel closed in 1925 and by 1940 the town was largely abandoned. Today, the hotel has been reopened with a restaurant and pub and one of the orchard-era mansions remain. The area is now a farming and recreational community.
Please see mapping section (all boundaries are approximate).
51°13'8.41"N and 119° 0'44.06"W
System is designed to easily switch from generator to solar and back as desired. The current owner has designed perfected the set up over decades of use and can train a new owner. Batteries are approx. 5 years old. Most power lines are underground.
System has been designed to function well in this environment and geology and geography.
Multiple woodstoves in residential dwellings.
A 1 bedroom, open kitchen and dinning area, living room, full bathroom with tub and separate shower and utility/laundry room. There is also a covered deck on the front of cabin. Has a wood stove and forced air propane furnace. Metal roof and concrete foundation. Propane hot water tank.
On the main floor there are 10 bedrooms in total with 5 bedrooms on each side of a central washroom area with 4 sinks, 3 toilets and 2 showers. 1,800 ft2 on main level. Heat is via a central forced air propane furnace. Hot water via propane hot water tanks. The upper level has two suites each with 2 bedrooms off a central living area. 1,800 ft2 above. Metal roof. Propane hot water tanks. Cabin is fully outfitted with beds.
As you enter this wood cabin there is a mudroom with woodstove and furnace, the ideal gear room to dry work and/or outdoor recreational gear. Off this room are two washrooms with showers. You then enter into a large open kitchen with multiple gas stoves, fridges, tables, cupboards and chairs. Everything needed is included. There is also direct access from the kitchen area to the outside. There is then a door off this main kitchen to a large rec room with kitchenette, sofa, chairs, TV and wood stove which is the ideal place to kick back after a long days work in the bush or recreating. There is an additional kitchen area that can be locked off to the rest of the unit to house two separate groups allowing for the cookhouse to work for those staying in the adjacent 10-bedroom lodge or made available for this cabin’s guests. Connected to this second kitchen area are 3 bedrooms and a washroom. Cabin is fully set up with beds, kitchen ware, tables chairs etc. Propane hot water. Exterior deck.
This cabin is a self-contained unit with covered deck, kitchen, living room with small woodstove, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Metal roof. Propane hot water tank.
Sitting adjacent to these other residential structures is a cabin that is approx. 650 ft2, it is ready to be remodeled and currently used as storage of the owners personal items. Also has a good size covered wood storage area.
Awesome shop with concrete floor and high ceilings. The main drive through bay has 16-foot ceilings and entry and a second bay has 14-foot ceiling and entry. Shop is wired for 110/220 Volt power and has light industrial ceiling fans. Adjacent to the main bay are two storage/work rooms each rough in plumbed for a washroom. The flooring has underfoot drainage. Well set up for either commercial/industrial or your personal hobby shop. Metal roof.
Under one continuous metal roof with concrete floors and multiple open bays there is a massive storage capacity. Currently storing boats, RVs and recreational equipment. Structure used to house a sawmill plant and had three-phase power set up. Has been converted to single phase (easy to switch back). Power comes from a solar setup and genset with backup. The system can swap from the generator to solar easily. Under this structure is a workshop/tool room and the power system. Lots of industrial lighting and outlets.
This structure is also used to store recreational equipment/RVs and sits nearby the larger storage structure. Building has power. Metal roof. Dirt floor. Multiple bays with high 16-foot ceilings.
1 bay storage with concrete floor approx. 44 x 24 ft. Metal roof.
Additional buildings include a distribution/electrical shed and outhouse.
No zoning designation.
BLOCK A-2 DISTRICT LOT 3416 KAMLOOPS DIVISION YALE DISTRICT
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