STUNNING LAKEFRONT CABIN ON 5.4 ACRES. This cozy, seasonally accessed cabin features nearly 700 feet of frontage onto one of the most desirable lakes in the region, Sheridan Lake. The 2-bedroom cabin is charming, rustic and perfect for hosting family and friends.
Located along the southern shore of the highly desirable Sheridan Lake this 5.4 acre lakefront parcel is a rare find. It has been owned by the same family since 1960, who have thoroughly enjoyed what the property, lake and surrounding area has to offer. The property is freehold, and backs onto Crown land ensuring peace and quiet with minimal future development for many years to come.
The road leading directly to the property is a former forestry road that is wide and easy to navigate. During the winter months, the road leading directly to the doorstep of the cabin is not plowed and as a result the property is seasonally accessible by vehicle. To reach the property during the wintertime a snowmobile can be used along Sheridan West Forest Services Road, or across the frozen lake. Given the lack of vehicle access on the south side of the lake, you will never be obstructed nor disturbed by traffic. Calm, peace and serenity is what this property offers, it is an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and a warm and inviting place to spend time creating memories with family and friends.
The cozy and rustic 792 ft2 cabin offers a low maintenance lifestyle and allows you to keep your focus on the outdoors. With 2 bedrooms, a mudroom, which is spacious enough for another bed, kitchen and living room, there is room for guests to sleep soundly and comfortably. The cabin has limited solar power with electricity supplied by gas generator. For heat, there is a wood burning fireplace constructed using the bricks from the FIRST EVER liquor store in Vancouver, as well as a wood burning stove. As you step out onto the sundeck which neatly wraps around the cabin you are greeted with a stunning view of Sheridan Lake. Surrounded by trees the backyard is a private oasis and the perfect setting for a quiet night, or for entertaining and sharing stories around a bonfire.
During the daytime recreational activities are plentiful. The Interlakes region is known as the ‘Fishing Highway’ and Sheridan Lake is famous for its trophy trout. After a morning coffee, step out onto your boat and set off. You never know if your next cast will break a local record (official record is 17 pounds but stories have told of trout up to 25 pounds). Apart from lake activities, the surrounding landscape has 208 km of mapped and signed trails. These trails are perfect for hiking, ATVing, mountain biking, horseback riding etc., and in the winter months be sure to strap on the cross-country skis or hop on a snowmobile to explore all that the area has to offer.
The current owner has provided a list of items that they will agree to leave behind so that a new owner can have turnkey access, and so the very first stay is as pleasurable and stress free as possible. For further details on what is included in the purchase price do not hesitate to reach out.
The cabin and lot have endless potential. Keep it as-is or renovate and make it yours! No matter what your goals or dreams may be, this property will always have you coming back for more.
7390 Sheridan West FS Road - Lone Butte, BC
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Sheridan Lake is 14 km long, 4,098 acres in size with a mean depth of 7.6 m at an elevation of approx. 1,115 m and spring fed. It is stocked with and has a reputation as a producer of large rainbow trout it is also home to eastern brook trout.
Bridge Lake (historically known as Greater Fish Lake) is located approximately 48 km along this scenic, lake dotted route. Bridge Lake is located about half way between two other large lakes, Sheridan and Lac des Roches.
Bridge Lake is 7 km long and can produce rainbows up to 5 pounds, Kokanee to 4 pounds and lake trout to 20 pounds. Throughout the summer trolling seems to meet with the best results. The lake also boasts several islands and rocks where you can watch doves have their young in the summer.
The community of Bridge Lake and Bridge Lake Centennial Provincial Park are located at the eastern end of the lake and off Highway 24 you’ll find a trail into the Bridge Lake Ice Caves.
The annual Bridge Lake Rodeo, held around Canada Day long weekend, and Interlakes Rodeo, held around the first week of August, are a must for every resident and visitor to the area.
The Interlakes area is well known for fantastic year-round and recreational outdoor activities including boating, swimming, hunting, fishing and camping. There are some 300 lakes in the area, most of them stocked with fish; also, popular for ice fishing during winter. Many trails are excellent for horseback riding and access to the Sheridan Lake trails system is nearby. These trails are suitable for hiking, mountain biking and ATVíng during the warmer season and cross-country skiing, skating, snowshoeing and snowmobiling are a favourite pastime during the winter months.
Interlakes Service Center is your closest shopping outlet offering a convenience store/gas, restaurant, Rona, building/construction contractors/supply, car wash, gift store, feed supply and other amenities to satisfy all your daily needs.
Located in the Central Interior of BC, the South Cariboo covers an area north to Lac La Hache, west to the Fraser River, east on Highway 24 (also known as the Fishing Highway) towards Little Fort (Highway 5) and south to 70 Mile House.
Famous for its host of fishing lakes, resorts, abundant wildlife, excellent bird watching, rich history and all four fabulous seasons, the south Cariboo holds something for everybody.
The main business centre is 100 Mile House; it is located five hours north of Vancouver, BC on Highway 97. The main industry is primary forest products manufacturing, followed by tourism, a core value-added sector including log home building and rounded out by ranching giving it a diversified economy.
100 Mile House is a small town that offers all the amenities of a larger town and has a population of about 2,000. Including the surrounding communities, it services close to 20,000. Williams Lake to the north and Kamloops to the south are the nearest larger centers for all your shopping desires.
The 100 Mile House area experiences all four seasons with moderate hot temperatures in the summer months and abundant snow with cold temperatures in the winters. The spring and fall produce ample rainfall to maintain a vibrant ecosystem of lush evergreens and aspen trees and a ground cover of soft grasses, clover, wild strawberries, and wild blueberries.
Highway 24 follows the historic brigade trail, originally used by the Shuswap people as a trade route and later developed by the Hudson's Bay Company in the early 1800s to bring furs down from Northern BC to Fort Kamloops and the Columbia River.
51°30'6.17"N and 120°53'43.18"W
Rural 2 (RR 2) Zone
DL 7904 Lillooet District
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