6 beautifully built, unique, must see homes with numerous outbuildings & views over a picturesque property. Good road access, 45 mins NW of Williams Lake. Spring water with water rights, power, Internet & all modern amenities in a stunning, private valley setting.
I am pleased to offer this multi-home estate complete with 6 stunning, hand crafted, unique homes all with their own outstanding features, wood shops, studios, barn and more! The homes are perfectly appointed throughout the acreage maximizing on the views and privacy.
The property is equally beautiful with large open fields for haying or pasture, numerous treed areas, expansive views and a meandering creek. It could easily be an income-producing property and lends itself to an agricultural business, farming, wood working or other home based business.
This large home is tucked away at the end of a road near the edge of the property. This stunning home offers tiered landscaping, a wraparound deck and 2,300 ft2 of living space on two floors. The main floor is complete with a large open concept kitchen, dining room with an attached sun room. The living room is accented by a wood fireplace with a rock chimney. The main floor also offers a large utility, mud room and a bathroom. The stunning, custom home boasts a large master bedroom with an attached yoga room and two smaller bedrooms on the top floor. This home is heated with both electric baseboard and wood heat. It is on its own private septic system and gravity fed water system.
The outbuildings for this home include a detached garage, wood shop and art studio.
This equally unique home offers 1.5 stories and approximately 1,900 ft2 of living space with 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. It boasts vaulted ceilings in the kitchen with a balcony-type walkway between the two upper level bedrooms. The main floor is beautifully finished with a third bedroom, hardwood flooring and large windows to maximize on the picturesque views of the valley. This home is heated with electric and wood and is on a cement foundation. It is on its own septic and also has gravity fed water.
The outbuildings include a greenhouse and a workshop.
This is the most unique, historic house of them all. This 3 level home was built in 1938 and has been very well preserved. It is located in the centre of the property and is surrounded by a fire pit, outhouse and small stage for live entertainment. It offers 2,120 ft2 of cozy, welcoming living space. The main floor offers a mud room kitchen, walk-in pantry and living room. This level is also accented with a wood cook stove that heats the whole house. The top floor is small but comfortable with 3 bedrooms, a bathroom and access to the 4th attic bedroom.
The home is complete with clear fir flooring, gravity fed water, septic, electric back up heat and a 168 ft2 root cellar.
This home would be perfect for an Airbnb rental or caretakers suite.
Once again, craftsmanship and attention to detail are very apparent in this 1,560 ft2 home. This home was built in 2 stages; one in 1980 and the second in 1999. The 2 storey home was built on a well-lit, easily accessible crawlspace and offers a spacious bathroom with picturesque windows and a sunken bathtub. It has beautiful wood finishings throughout offering a very welcoming, cozy yet modern feel. The top floor offers a large master bedroom with office space and a second bedroom or office space overlooking the main floor. The house is tastefully decorated and comes complete with furnishings. You can enjoy the outdoor living and views from the 10’ x 20’ screened-in porch. This home is heated with a pellet stove, wood stove and electric baseboards. It is on a newer septic system and also has gravity fed spring water.
The outbuildings in place is a 16’ x 24’ shop with a small attached studio and a 7’ x10’ metal storage shed.
This spacious, 2,800 ft2, open concept home was built in 1998 but still requires some minor finishing. The large, bright home is complete with an open concept living room, dining room and kitchen all with numerous windows to maximize on the natural light and beautiful views. The main floor also offers an expansive, second living room/family room/games room and a bathroom. The top floor is complete with a master bedroom with a spa-like en-suite bathroom, a library and a second bedroom, all with equally impressive views.
The solid wood doors are all locally handcrafted and feature lovely iron hardware. The appliances are all stainless throughout. The home has electric heat, gravity fed water, central vac and hardwood flooring. This impressive home is also complete with a two-car heated, attached garage.
This 2,200 ft2 post and beam house was built in 1996 and was designed to meet R2000 standards. It is very well insulated, energy efficient and includes a Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) System. It is perfectly appointed to maximize on both privacy and views.
The home boasts many desirable features, including custom handcrafted wood cabinetry, a butcher block island and stunning views from both the kitchen and the master bedroom. It offers 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and tons of closet and storage space. The home is also on gravity fed spring water, its own septic tank and is heated with a pellet stove and electric.
The 4,000 ft2, two level studio is built next to house #6. It was designed to house music studios, meeting space, art studio, private guest accommodation as well as covered parking.
It is on its own septic and power and is heated on both floors with 6 independent heat zones. The top floor offers a guest suite with a full bathroom and a covered deck. This floor also has a large meeting room/recording studio with an attached sound room.
The main floor offers a two-car garage, a dark room and an art studio with a 1/2 bathroom.
The large, 5,184 ft2 shop is conveniently situated and easily accessible near the centre of the property. The two storey shop was built in 1998 and is heated with an electric zone controlled furnace. It is complete with numerous windows for natural light and an overhang for extra storage.
10331 Eberding Road - West Fraser Road, Quesnel/Williams Lake
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Quesnel is located at the confluence of the Fraser and Quesnel Rivers. Forestry in the dominant economic force in Quesnel with two pulp mills, a plywood plant, a pellet plant, and saw mills. The public sector is also an important employer. Quesnel is home to many small businesses servicing farms and ranches and the ever growing tourist industry.
Quesnel is the commercial center of the North Cariboo and has a population of approximately 27,000 people. The city is well served by rail, road and air connections.
The City of Williams Lake is nestled in a beautiful valley in the centre of the Cariboo Chilcotin in the interior of British Columbia. The nearest major cities are Kamloops, Quesnel and Prince George; all within a three hour drive away. Vancouver is less than an hour by plane with several commercial flights daily or a 6 hour drive.
The Cariboo district is cattle country. After the forest industry, tourism is the second most important business sector followed by agriculture.
Williams Lake has a population of about 10,000 and 18,000 in the neighbouring area creating an immediate service area of about 28,000.
The elevation at the Williams Lake Regional airport is 940 metres or 3,085 feet. The city enjoys a wonderful climate with the average temperature in July of 22°C (71.6°F). In the winter the January average temperature is -10°C (14°F).
Williams Lake is the turn-off point to Highway 20 which accesses the beautiful Chilcotin to Bella Coola and the ferry terminal for the Discovery Coast BC Ferry. The Chilcotin offers fabulous wilderness lakes, clear starry evenings and an escape from city life at its finest. There is not a single traffic light from Williams Lake to the coast!!
The property is surrounding by a region of thick coniferous forests with interspersed pockets of aspen and poplar groves. The Cariboo/Chilcotin has a dry climate and experiences hot dry summers with little worry of rain. Its vast rolling hills and forests are dominated by Douglas fir, lodgepole pine, aspen and birch. This property offers excellent climatic conditions for hay production on the flat fertile fields with excellent sun exposure and endless water.
The pristine wilderness around this property provides an amazing setting for hiking, horse riding, camping, fishing, hunting, bird watching or just enjoying the outdoors. The property is close enough to Quesnel to enjoy the world’s longest wooden truss footbridge, view the mighty Fraser River, visit the Provincial Park’s ancient hoodoos and glacially formed geological structures, downhill ski at Troll Mountain, or tour to world famous Barkerville.
Williams Lake also enjoys the four seasons with lots of outdoor recreation. The outlying area and the city offer many amenities including golf, fine dining, a thriving arts community, campus of Thompson Rivers University, recreational parks, facilities and programs, close proximity to numerous recreational lakes, winter recreation such as cross-country and downhill skiing, world-class horseback riding, river tours and competitive trails for mountain biking.
Nature lovers, fishers, hunters and photographers enjoy the natural beauty of the pristine surrounding area. This area offers abundant wilderness and natural beauty which provides limitless opportunity to experience many outdoor activities.
The Bobb Inn property was first established by Ed Bobb in the late 1930s. He and his wife built the original house out of hand-hewn logs. They brought windows and walls in by horse-drawn wagon. The Bobbs raised a family on the property, making their living by trapping. In 1948 the Snead Family from California bought the place, but they failed at ranching and left after 3 years. The Grahams bought it, but pushed new roads into the bulk of another property which is now known as Aspen Valley Ranch. The Bobb Inn became abandoned, being 11 km from the new ranch headquarters.
In the Autumn of 1973, a group of American university students purchased the Bobb Inn, with the intention of “going back to the land.” When they arrived, there was no running water, no power or phone. Over the next few years these city-bred kids grew into hardworking pioneers, becoming self-sustaining through raising animals, establishing a large garden and grooming 60 acres of productive hay fields. Various partners built their own custom-made homes, shops and outbuildings, and by agreement, no house can be seen from any of the others. The group captured several springs on their hillside which supplies all 6 homes and gardens with delicious, abundant water. Access to the Bobb Inn evolved from a 7 km unmaintained wagon road to a gazetted road maintained year-round by the province. Today each house has electricity, phone and Wi-Fi. Different partners founded their own businesses in such varied areas as construction, woodworking, forestry, management consulting, film and photography and music recording. The current owners, after 46 years, have decided to move on to write new chapters.
52°28'47.40"N and 122°30'51.36"W
This multi-family property lends itself perfectly to a viable, home based wood working, farming, agricultural, ranching or tourism business. It has the capacity for 45 head of cattle and has a total of 65 acres of hayfield, some organic. Property has a large amount of timber.
DISTRICT LOT 9494 CARIBOO DISTRICT
PARCEL 1 DISTRICT LOTS 6772 6773 6774 AND 11839 CARIBOO DISTRICT
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