Million Dollar Views! 91+ acres with approximately 55 acres of land previously irrigated with 2 Reinke irrigation lines (included in the sale). The additional land is excellent quality pasture with a few pockets of trees. Fenced & cross fenced, older paddock, corral & hay shed.
Estate Sale. A gorgeous agricultural property in the Wycliffe area north of Cranbrook. The property has 91+ acres of useable land with approximately 55 acres of land previously irrigated with 2 Reinke irrigation lines and included in the sale. The additional land is excellent quality pasture with a few pockets of trees. The property is fenced and cross fenced with the lower bench facing Pighin Road with older paddocks, corrals and a hay shed. This is an Ideal hobby farm property with million-dollar views of the Rockies and Purcells. There is an excellent elevated building site with 360-degree views, good access, yet privately perched up above the road.
The pictures sum it up nicely, a very scenic property within a 20-minute drive to Kimberley or Cranbrook and all the city amenities they offer.
The fields have not been irrigated in 3 years and a buyer will need to reconnect with the irrigation district for water. As of the date of listing water was available to irrigate the land. Water source is the Saint Mary’s River and it is piped to the property via the St Mary’s Prairie irrigation District. Contact REALTOR® for more information.
Pighin Road extending from Foster Road up past the junction with Wycliffe Cherry Creek Road, in the Wycliffe are north of Cranbrook.
The nearest town is Kimberley (population 6,500), about a 15-minute drive away. There you will find all the amenities needed: professional services, stores, indoor recreation facilities, great restaurants and cafes, golf courses, Kimberley Alpine Resort and Nordic centre. The community was founded on its mining history. Now the economy is primarily tourism based.
Cranbrook is approximately a 15-minute drive south and is larger than Kimberley with a population of approximately 25,000 but servicing an even larger population. Cranbrook is the largest city in the Kootenay Region. Cranbrook offers shopping on the big box scale level with most major franchises, more variety of professional services as well as being the location of the East Kootenay Regional Hospital and airport with daily flights to Calgary and Vancouver and seasonal international flight options.
On the broader scale, the property is located in the southeast Kootenay district, in the broad Kootenay River Valley between the Purcell and Rocky Mountain ranges. It is about an hour north of the United States and the borders of Montana, Idaho and Washington. The area is recognized as the ‘warmer side of the Rockies’ with a nice dry climate and is noted as having the most sunshine hours in all of BC. These lands are 800 ft lower than Kimberley and have an earlier spring and a later, milder winter.
Branching out from the property, the East Kootenay region is unique in the number of recreational activities that can be enjoyed year-round. There are great fly-fishing opportunities, kayaking the St. Mary’s or Kootenay River, or exploring backcountry Crown land and mountaineering (excellent climbing gym in Kimberley). Kimberley Alpine Ski Resort with over 1,800 acres of terrain, 80 named runs and glades, plenty of sunshine and dry snow is one of BC’s finest is 15 minutes away. The Kimberley Nordic Club trail network consists of a multiple variety of cross-country tracks including a trail illuminated for night skiing. The Kimberley Nature Park is one of the largest municipal parks in Canada, offering 800 ha/1,800 acres of parkland filled with hiking, biking, Nordic/cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails. The Columbia Valley boasts additional ski destinations such as Fairmont Hot Springs. Panorama Resort and Fernie is a little further away (approx. 1.25 hours).
There are also an abundance of championship golf courses are located within 15 to 20 minutes of the property: Trickle Creek Golf Resort, Wildstone, Bootleg Gap Golf Club, Wildstone, Kimberley Golf Club among others.
49°37'48.47"N and 115°51'39.45"W
Power, cell coverage, septic, well, irrigation water via the Saint Mary’s Prairie Irrigation District.
Estate Sale - no information on well and septic.
Irrigation needs to be re connected - buyer to investigate any required hook up fees and cost of water.
Note: Doublewide mobile on land is owned by the tenant.
RR-60 (Rural Resource)
Some of the permitted uses are listed below:
Single family dwelling, Duplex, Kennel, Farm operation, Equestrian centre, Portable sawmill, Archery range, Rifle, trap and skeet range, Airport, heliport, Guest ranch; Rural retreat.
Some of the accessory uses are listed below:
Home based business, Lodge, Secondary dwelling for farmhand, Cabin, Uses, Buildings and structures accessory to a permitted use, Vet Clinic.
Contact agent or regional district for full zoning bylaws.
Sublot 6 District Lot 341 Kootenay District Plan X40, Except Part Included In Plan 5280
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