Enjoy over 200 feet of pristine waterfront with amazing Coastal Mountain views. 2 combined, off-grid lots offered separately or combined on stunning Charlotte Lake. Enjoy the serenity and lakefront living surrounded by excellent fishing, hunting, water sports and wildlife.
Two side-by-side, south facing, treed lakefront lots on Charlotte Lake. The lots are being sold separately or as a package and offer beautiful views of Charlotte Lake and the Coastal Mountain Range. The lots are gently sloping, partially treed and offer multiple, levels building sites. The two lots combined offer over 200 ft of lakefront.
The crystal clear waters of Charlotte Lake are an outdoor enthusiasts dream. The water is some of the cleanest drinking water and North America. Your mornings on the lake can be filled with waterskiing, wake boarding, fishing or just enjoying your morning coffee by the lake. The days can be spent swimming, exploring, fishing or relaxing. The large lake is 20 km log and 6 km wide and boasts trophy sized rainbow trout. If you are tired of the coastal rain in the winter and want to spend some time snowshoeing, ice fishing or cross-country skiing in the sunshine or stargazing in the evening, this is the place for you. Build your dream home, your vacation retreat or just a beautiful place to park your RV.
Lot L - 1.28 acres ($69,900)
Lot E - 1.31 acres ($74,900)
Block E and Block L Charlotte Lake Road - Chilcotin
Follow Highway 20 West 290 km from Williams Lake past Tatla Lake and approximately 13 km before Nimpo Lake. Turn left following the signs to Charlotte Lake, Atnarko Lodge and Charlotte Lake Resort. Follow this road for 1.1 km and then turn right. Proceed 4.4 km and then turn left. Proceed 6 km and then turn right on Hooch Lake-Charlotte Lake Forest Service Road. Follow this road for 9.8 km and stay right on Charlotte Lake Road. The properties are near the end on the left and are marked with a LandQuest® sign.
From Bella Coola, follow Highway 20 East 154 km through Hagensborg, Heckman Pass and Tweedsmuir Park. Continue past Anahim Lake to Nimpo Lake.
By air, you can travel on Pacific Coastal to Anahim Lake on a 1-hour daily scheduled flight from Vancouver.
Charlotte Lake is a 20 km (12.4 mi) long and 6 km (3.72 mi) wide lake located in BC's Chilcotin region south of Nimpo Lake. The lake is surrounded by sandy and gravel beaches, various homes both seasonal and full time residents. There are also resorts on the lake that operate from May to November.
Charlotte, Anahim and Nimpo Lakes on the Chilcotin Plateau are the gateway to Tweedsmuir Provincial Park. They are surrounded by magnificent mountain ranges with snowcapped peaks, huge glaciers and alpine valleys. The lakes are known for their world class fishing while the rivers are popular for their steelhead.
Charlotte Lake is a little piece of paradise located on the Chilcotin Plateau. The view of the mountains on the south side of the lake is ever changing. The pristine waters provide excellent fishing for rainbow trout or venture down to Little Charlotte for some fly fishing. Kayaks and canoes and boats find a rightful place on Charlotte Lake.
Charlotte Lake does not only offer great water activities, the Charlotte Lake Alplands also offer numerous trails for hiking and mountain biking into the alpine in the summer or sledding in the winter. You can also enjoy trail riding horseback, all of which can be done right from your doorstep.
It is also very likely that you will witness an abundance of wildlife passing right by your door in any season.
52°13'46.97"N and 125°19'15.44"W
Block L - $393.99 (2020)
Block E - $392.23 (2020)
BLOCK L OF DISTRICT LOT 1775 RANGE 3 COAST DISTRICT
BLOCK E OF DISTRICT LOT 1775 RANGE 3 COAST DISTRICT
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