Sprawling 494 acres with great location minutes off Highway 24. Between Lesser Fish Lake & Bridge Lake. Great investment, completely outside ALR & zoned RA1. Over 1,600 ft of lakefront. Great views & building locations. Moose, deer, bears. Owner willing to finance.
This sprawling 494 acre property is centrally located on minutes off Highway 24, known as the “The Fishing Highway.” The acreage is currently undeveloped, but has one of the most prime locations in the Cariboo area between Lesser Fish Lake and Bridge Lake. An absolutely excellent investment with the property having a good location, completely outside the ALR and currently zoned RA-1. This property is a prime candidate for future subdivision.
Presents excellent privacy as a private estate several excellent building locations. There’s a very flat top section of the property which has views out over the lake and rolling hills as far as the eye can see, as well as excellent building locations down towards the lakefront where there is a nice stand of mature timber. Perched on one of the higher sections of the property is a small cabin that takes in an expansive view over the Chilcotin Plateau, but it needs to be completely renovated and currently doesn’t have much value. The property includes over 1,600 feet of lakefront on Lesser Fish Lake with a nice mix of topography, open areas and trees. Although the property was logged approximately 15 years ago, there were pockets of timber left and the natural regeneration of secondary growth has come back very strong.
When the REALTOR® visited the property there was evidence of a strong population of deer, moose and bears calling the property home. For those interested in hunting, fishing, horseback riding, ATVing or Snowmobiling this property is the perfect playground.
One added bonus for prospective buyers is the owner is willing to finance the purchase or look at potential trades. Call the listing REALTOR® today for more information or to book a time to go by for a look.
Brown Road - Take North Bridge Lake Road to Johnson Road to Brown Road. The current access road into the property is blocked off with large concrete blocks. The only suitable way to tour the property is by ATV.
Call the listing REALTOR® for detailed directions
Bridge Lake is the closest town to the property. The town is home to Bridge Lake Provincial Park which boasts 405 hectares of pristine back country that helps preserve the beauty of this region for generations to come. Amenities of the town include a post office, liquor store, elementary school and a general store.
100 Mile House (known as “Hundred Mile”) offers rustic charm, beautiful lakes, plentiful outdoor activities, unique guest and dude ranches fishing lodges and resort and lots of cowboy culture and history. 100 Mile House population is about 2,000 and is a full service community that offers all the amenities of a larger town. Including the surrounding communities, it services close to 20,000. The main industries have always been logging and ranching, although tourism continues to flourish. 100 Mile House is also a major producer of log homes which are shipped across North America and to Japan. Hundred Mile is a full service community with hospital shopping accommodation, golf course and loads of recreational opportunities.
Mountains, forests and lakefront create boundless opportunity for outdoor recreation at this property. In the summer, lakefront living offers water skiing, fishing, swimming and kayaking at your doorstep. Other activities include camping, horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking. Snowshoeing, sleigh rides, ice fishing and cross-country skiing all offer opportunity for those looking to enjoy winter. For adrenaline seekers private snowmobiling trails should provide a fix. A fantastic year-round recreation area!
Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
51°31'27.26"N and 120°47'22.48"W
Old cabin with little to no value.
RA – 1 (Contact listing REALTOR® for copy of the zoning bylaw)
LOT 1 DISTRICT LOTS 4284 AND 4288 LILLOOET DISTRICT PLAN KAP75019
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