Nestled on 10+ acres this property is the complete hobby farm package with log home, 2 rustic barns, fenced garden, woodshed, root cellar, multiple fruit trees, 7+ acres of mature forest backing onto Crown land, with approx. 3 private and scenic acres around the homesite.
Nestled on 10+ acres this property is the complete hobby farm package with log home, rustic barns, fenced garden, woodshed, root cellar, multiple fruit trees, 7+ acres of mature forest backing onto Crown land, with approx. 3 private and scenic acres around the homesite.
The exquisite 2,500 ft2 log home is a rare gem that simply cannot be missed. With a unique 6-sided design oriented for optimal sun exposure, and spanning three levels, this 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom abode radiates warmth and character. The cathedral ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows create a bright and airy ambiance, while the open-plan dining and living areas feature hardwood birch and a stunning stone fireplace, giving it the charm and allure of a mountain lodge. The spacious kitchen is outfitted with tile and granite countertops, a beautiful wood cookstove, tile floors, and a pantry room, making it a haven for cooking enthusiasts. There is also a nice little workstation off to the side of the kitchen and bright solarium area for plants, herbs and overall aesthetics. Upstairs, the upper floor showcases two bright, spacious bedrooms, including a master suite with a walk-in closet and an additional loft area. The finished walk-out basement boasts two additional bedrooms, a workspace with built in pottery drain, a newly renovated bathroom, laundry with chute to main level, and separate entrance, making it the perfect space for a self-contained suite and hobby / workspace. The home is heated by a wood stove, wood heater, fireplace, and a separate propane furnace. Not only did the wood for construction come from the land, but the property also has all the wood fuel you would ever need for heating or any other building. A wood chute from nearby the woodshed to the basement adds to the convenience. The zoning allows a guest house.
Outside, you'll be awe-struck by the panoramic mountain views from the wrap-around porch and full deck, while acres of lawn, flower beds, and a vegetable garden provides ample space to relax and recharge. The grounds also feature mature pear, apple, cherry, and plum trees, as well as 2 rustic two-storey barns complete with power and water with hay lofts, and a large concrete walk-in root cellar. 3 water outlets provide excellent convenience to water.
Located in Burton, this home offers the ultimate in privacy as the last house on a government-maintained and ploughed road. For all amenities, the charming Village of Nakusp is just a scenic 40 km drive away on highway 6.
NOTE: The adjacent 20 acres of bare land is also for sale for $345,000. This acreage has 11-12 acres of forest and the rest relatively open meadow. Or the package of home and adjacent acreage is available for $925,000.
Porter Road off of McCormack Road, Burton, BC
Burton (Population 115)
Burton is a scenic West Kootenay community located approximately 20 mins south of Nakusp on the Eastern Shore of Arrow Lake. The community is comprised of a mix of lakeside homes and cottages with lots of acreage property. The community offers a relaxed, rural lifestyle with connections to the Okanagan via Highway 6, and to the Trans Canada Highway through Nakusp. The community has a nice community park with sports field, tennis court/roller rink and playground, a public beach, boat launch and a historic site and campground. There are also postal boxes, cidery and a number of small businesses as well as local B & B’s or summer rentals. Burton has a quality elementary school with a playground and reading centre, community hall and a seniors’ club. In summer locals and tourists enjoy the Farmer’s Market on Sundays and then the Fall Fair at the end of August.
More info on the community here www.burtonbc.ca
Before European contact, Burton was known as Xaieken, a large village of the Sinixt First Nations People.
This historic trading town got its modern name in 1895 when the Burton Brothers established it as Burton City. The Hudson’s Bay Company actively traded with the First Nations for furs. At this time the gold miners also had their camps and boat launch just before the gold rush of Caribou Creek started. In 1908 the road was built from Burton to Nakusp, and in the 20’s the Monashee Pass Road to Vernon was opened. After the miners began to leave, logging became the driving industry in the valley. The original townsite and much of its First Nation’s history was submerged when the Keenleyside Dam flooded the area in 1968. A new town site was established on higher ground at that time. The old town site had four stores, gas stations, cafe, school, playing fields, a community hall, a large Federal government wharf, a hotel with a pub and three churches. The old townsite was north of the mouth of Cariboo creek with farms north, south and east of the townsite.
AG2 Agricultural 2
Property is also in the ALR
Block 3, Plan NEP1436, District Lot 8038, Kootenay Land District
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