Incredible opportunity to own a newly built home on over 115 acres of lakefront, fenced, gated property just 10 minutes from Vanderhoof on Tachick Lake. Fully furnished and move-in ready! This is a luxury home in an outdoor paradise offering endless outdoor activities.
Foreign Buyer Ban does not apply to this property
Experience the epitome of quality living with this newly built mini home nestled on over 115 acres of picturesque landscape, featuring 3/4 of a kilometre waterfront.
Boasting meticulous craftsmanship, this 850 square foot, 1.5-storey home exudes luxury with its vaulted main room ceiling, high-efficiency free-standing wood stove, and custom cabinets. The home was constructed on a concrete slab with 4 ft concrete sub wall and footings and is complete with radon venting and foam insulation.
Despite its compact size, the residence offers two bedroom and two 3-piece washrooms, showcasing thoughtful design and functionality. Enjoy mesmerizing sunsets through the two-storey gable windows in the west-facing main room, while the second-story master bedroom provides serene views with an en suite and built-in bookcases. Custom pillow blinds, Berber carpeting, modern LED lighting, top-of-the-line stainless appliances, solid core doors and high resistant vinyl flooring add to the excellent craftsmanship and aesthetic appeal.
Outside, a 230-square-foot west-facing patio invites you to savour the panoramic vistas while relishing in the serenity of approximately 2 acres of manicured lawn.
For security and convenience, a full security system with cell communications ensures peace of mind and making it very convenient to just lock up and go. To add to the convenience, the home also comes completely furnished and move-in ready.
This meticulously constructed home is accompanied by an insulated 1.5-car garage equipped with water and power, ideal for a workshop.
Additionally, a spacious concrete parking pad with water, hydro, and septic hook-up provides versatility for accommodating RV or constructing a guesthouse or outdoor kitchen. With raised cedar garden beds, flourishing flower gardens, and a delightful raspberry patch, this property embodies the perfect blend of luxury and natural beauty.
This private, gated and fenced lakefront property also offers road access to a 20’ x 8’ floating dock which can be pulled up in the winter. The sale also includes a sea can for extra storage as well as a zero radius Club Cadet mower.
6591 Parker Road, Tactic Lake - Vanderhoof, BC
From Vanderhoof, turn on to Nechako Ave and follow for 7.5 km then turn right onto Parker Road. Follow to the gated property on your left.
Vanderhoof is a robust town within the region with deep roots in the logging, farming and trapping industries. The town has a population of 4,500 and has all the necessary amenities for area residents including schools, grocery stores, restaurants, hotels and more. It is also the geographic centre of British Columbia.
Due to nearby rural communities without services Vanderhoof supports nearly 10,000 people. Forestry is the number one industry, followed by ranching and farming. Vanderhoof is in a rich, fertile valley known for its cattle ranches, hay, and dairy farms. It is the second largest forage crop production area in the province with agriculture as the second largest industry in the region. Hay farms exporting hay on containers via CN Rail through the Port of Prince Rupert have been in operation in for several years.
Vanderhoof’s strategic location on Highway 16 and the northern main line of the CN railway, make it an important transportation, supply and service centre with several government offices, schools, hospital, medical clinic, shopping centre, 17 restaurants, 7 hotels/motels, theatre, bowling alley and a golf course. The area is served by rail and air (land and float planes).
The Vanderhoof Airport has a 100 ft wide 5,018 ft asphalt runway that can accommodate most planes.
Vanderhoof is the “Heart of it All” offering affordable housing, reasonable tax rates, great education, superior health services, government services and a strong retail and service sector. Vanderhoof is rich in culture, history, natural resources, and recreational opportunities abound.
With a population of 74,003, Prince George is the largest city in northern British Columbia and is the "Northern Capital" of BC. It is the most major municipality near the property. Situated at the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako Rivers, and the crossroads of Highway 16 and Highway 97, the city is the service and supply hub for one of the fastest-growing regions in Canada and plays an important role in the province's economy and culture.
Prince George is the dominant economic centre of the region. Public sector and education-based jobs dominate the municipality’s economy. Presently, the city of Prince George has a number of private enterprises and facilities operating in and contributing to its local economy.
This property mainly consists of spruce, pine and deciduous trees with a large cleared grass area for the homestead and lawn.
Tachick Lake is usually quite calm offering excellent kayaking, canoeing and bird watching. The peaceful, secluded lake provides excellent fishing opportunities and produces rainbow trout up to 6+ lbs. The favourite method is trolling with lures, plugs or spinning gear, however fly fishermen also meet with good success.
This property also offers 3.5 km of groomed, challenging motorcycle, ATV, horse riding or hiking trails.
Bird watching and hunting is also very popular in this area. Tachick lake provides important habitat for migrating waterfowl in the fall between September and November. Numbers seem to peak in October; for instance, in mid-October 1990, an aerial survey recorded 6,368 and 11,263 ducks at Tachick and Nulki lakes respectively. When the smaller numbers of geese and swans are added, 17,726 waterfowl were counted in total. Other October counts have recorded about 11,000 and 16,000 waterfowl. At Tachick Lake, diving ducks and dabblers more common. In both lakes, the most common diving ducks are scaup, followed by goldeneye, while the dabbling duck species are dominated by Mallards and American Wigeon.
At certain times during the fall, Canada Geese are also common on the lakes. In 1990, for example, a late fall census recorded 1,371 Canada Geese on Tachick Lake and 3,440 on Nulki Lake. Other bird species that use lake include gulls, Sandhill Cranes, swans, and coots.
Stony Lake is in area 7-12 and 7-12A. These areas offer the opportunity to hunt a variety of different species such as:
Restrictions may apply, be sure to consult the Hunting Regulations.
Diverse mountains, forests, vast rolling flatlands, rivers, lakes and endless trails provide phenomenal outdoor recreation right from your doorstep. This northern region is a four-season playground waiting to be explored and enjoyed. From adrenaline seekers to wildlife observers, there is something for everyone. World class fishing, hunting, water sports, horse riding, hiking, skiing, snowmobiling, lake sports and more are all options with this spectacular area.
53°58'22.99"N and 124° 6'48.24"W
THE FRACTIONAL SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26 TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 4 COAST DISTRICT EXCEPT PLAN PRP13806
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