Beautiful off-grid opportunity for the handy buyer looking to live a quiet & peaceful remote lifestyle. 412 acres near to Tzenzaicut Lake surrounded by Crown land. Older 3 bdrm cabin, 180 acres in hay, and the meandering Ramsay Creek flowing through the gorgeous valley floor.
Off-grid living opportunity in a beautiful rural setting south of Quesnel. Situated off of a forestry service road and encircled by thousands of acres of Crown land, this massive acreage is a great option for someone looking to start their very own farm.
With 412 acres of land all on 1 title and a 1980s residence with 3 beds and beautiful views out over the surrounding country, it is a rare opportunity to own a large acreage in BC's great outdoors. Located approximately 80 km south of Quesnel, the trip to the property is rich with beautiful sights and forest smells. There is an abundance of wild game in the area to, so catching sight of a moose, black bear, deer or even a grizzly is not uncommon. As you wind your way to the property you are transported back to a simpler and quieter time, where traffic was not a concern, and the only sounds were from birds and not cars.
As you reach the driveway you head down to the home, which is tucked along the sloping property to where the flat valley sits. The home is south facing ensuring ample sunlight and warmth throughout the year. The house itself is simple and low maintenance, there is the essentials but that is all, which is well suited to someone who prefer to spend their time outside and not indoors. This property is meant for an industrious owner, who takes matters into their own hands and likes to get work done. There are 3 bedrooms plus 2 washrooms.
The land is a mixture of evergreens, and pasture/hay land. There is approximately 180 acres that is in hay, and one side of the Ramsay Creek has previously produced 300 x 1,200 lbs. bales. There is lots of potential to raise cattle, or keep horses, and produce hay to use and sell on the side.
8351 Tzenzaicut Lake FS Road - Quesnel, BC
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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 with a second one is to opened soon, 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 gr-owing tourist industry. Quesnel is the commercial center of the North Cariboo and has a trading population of approximately 27,000 people. The city is well served by rail, road and air connections.
With hundreds of miles of accessible trails through Crown Land, take your pick: horseback riding, mountain biking, ATV, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling. Tzenzaicut Lake has great fishing for rainbow trout.
Quesnel began as a supply town for miners during the Cariboo Gold Rush in the 1860s. The city was named after the Quesnel River which was named after fur trader Jules Maurice Quesnel, a member of Simon Fraser’s 1808 expedition down the Fraser and later a political figure in Quebec. The fur trade, gold mining, ranching and, in later years, the tourism industry all left a mark on Quesnel and developed it into the vibrant community of today.
52°36'26.54"N and 122°58'14.00"W
RA 1 (Resource Area)
DISTRICT LOT 12178 CARIBOO DISTRICT
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