Court Ordered Sale - This 10-acre property has no zoning and was once an operational sawmill site. Abundant power is on site for industrial use or home-based business. The property is flat with about 2.5 acres lower toward the Kettle River that could be fertile.
If you have use for industrial land or a home-based business this is a great opportunity. Agricultural use may also be an option. The Kettle River is accessible through Crown land in the south east corner. There is a well and septic reported on site, with no records available.
Beaverdell Station Road is a two lane, gravel forest service road with open ditches and gravel shoulders. Local services include overhead electrical and telecommunications service on a registered right of way. Domestic water is supplied via on site well system with unknown capacity. The water must be treated. Waste disposal is provided by septic tank and drain field. Given the previous use of the property as a lumber/saw mill, several electrical poles and transformers are there that provide a significant amount of available power (capacity unknown).
There is a lot of debris on the property. There are no known environmental matters, however it is the Buyer’s responsibility to make a determination. Enter at your own risk.
All offers subject to court approval.
292 Beaverdell Station Road - Beaverdell, BC
From the village of Beaverdell, located on Highway 33 87 km south of Kelowna and 48 km north of Rock Creek, turn west on Beaverdell Station Road. The property is on the left in 2 km.
This small community in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) includes the southerly ranges of the Okanagan Highlands, Monashee Mountains, and the Kettle and Granby River drainage. This entire regions offers extensive recreational and wilderness habitat areas.
Beaverdell is an easy drive to the largest urban city, Kelowna, in southern BC's interior. The Canada-USA border is 70 km to the south. This settlement lies within the West Kettle River Valley and joins the Kettle River at Westbridge 33 km to the south, then flows south to Midway, crossing into the USA.
The Beaverdell General Store, open seven days a week, has a postal outlet, liquor store and laundromat. There is also a gas station in town with an opportunity to purchase snacks and refreshments. A seasonable food truck and ice cream parlour provide other venues to quelch appetites.
The climate is characterized by low to moderate precipitation, with warm summers and relatively mild winters.
This region is spectacular for outdoor recreation. Skiing, hiking, biking, canoeing, horseback riding, fishing and hunting opportunities are numerous.
The Great Trail (formerly the Trans Canada Trail) is the world's most extensive trail network which follows the Kettle Valley Rail Trail from the north at McCulloch, downhill to Carmi and Beaverdell along the West Kettle River. Cyclists, hikers, and paddler enthusiasts love the easy access to this trail connecting Beaverdell to the Okanagan and Kootenay Regions.
70 km north of Beaverdell, Big White is a world-class ski and snowboarding mountain. The village has shops, bars, restaurants, and an award-winning Kid's Centre. Evening activities provide an abundance of family activities from ice skating, ice climbing, hockey, tubing, and mini snowmobiles for children.
With a healthy population of whitetail deer, elk, moose, mule deer, bears, cougars, wild turkeys and grouse, hunting is superb. In addition to the excellent fishing offered in the West Kettle and Kettle Rivers, many small fishing lakes, (some with Forestry Recreation Sites) all surround Beaverdell. Many back roads, pristine mountains and 'champagne powder' make this area perfect for snowmobiling, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing.
Beaverdell was initially called Beaverton. When the post offices of Beaverton and nearby Rendell amalgamated, the name changed to Beaverdell. The Beaverdell Hotel, established in 1901, was Canada's longest continuously operating hotel until it burned to the ground in 2011. The hotel was a favourite stop for travellers along the Great Trail.
Located 87 km from Kelowna on Highway 33, the Beaverdell mine was previously known as the Highland Bell Mine. Mining operations took place at the site almost continuously from the early 1900s until the mine permanently closed in 1991, and silver was the primary commodity produced. Teck Corporation Limited acquired the mine in 1969.
49°25'49.09"N and 119° 6'12.23"W
Court Ordered Sale with investment potential. Priced well below assessed and appraised value.
Abundant power supply, telephone, well and septic (no records)
Lot 1 DL2764S SDYD Plan EPP13343
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