Beautiful open concept Pioneer Log Home on 10 acres. Quality built home with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large open concept living space, full basement, large rock fireplace, furnishings and more. Gently sloping, nicely landscaped with 75 feet of waterfront on Anahim Lake.
Beautiful, open concept Pioneer Log Home on 9.68 treed acres with 75 feet of waterfront. This waterfront log home has a large open concept living room and kitchen complete with a stunning rock fireplace and picturesque windows overlooking the lake and the Rainbow Mountain Range.
The main floor is complete with a spacious master bedroom, a 4 piece en-suite bathroom, back entranceway, kitchen and living room. It is very well lit with high ceilings, large windows and track lighting. The washer/dryer on the main floor were new in 2020. The impressive log stairway leads up from the main floor to the second bedroom and office space. The loft area is complete with a 3-piece bathroom and beautifully finished in pine siding. The main floor also offers a large, sunny walkout deck to enjoy the sounds of nature and the unobstructed views.
The home is built on a cement, walkout basement. The basement is currently unfinished and waiting for your design ideas. This home is nicely set off of the main road with a locked gate. The land is partially treed in a predominantly pine forest and is gently sloping towards the lake with plenty of room for more buildings. Other outbuildings include a wood shed, chicken coop and well shed. The lakefront is also complete with a removable dock and float plane anchors.
This home is perfect for family vacations, entertaining or just curling up by the fireplace after a cross-country ski across the lake. It is heated with a new propane furnace, wood and electric baseboards. It has a metal roof, a newly drilled well and is on septic which was recently pumped and inspected. It also comes with most of the furnishings.
2709 Reed Road - Anahim Lake - Chilcotin
Follow Highway 20 west approx. 320 kilometres from Williams Lake. Turn right onto Anahim Lake Road, right onto Christensen Road and then left onto Reed Road. The property is gated at the top of the driveway.
By air, you can travel on Pacific Coastal to Anahim Lake on a 1-hour scheduled flight from Vancouver. This flight will stop over for 15 minutes in Bella Coola.
Anahim Lake is a remote community located in alpine ranching country, 316 km (198 mi) west of Williams Lake, and 135 km (84 mi) east of Bella Coola on Highway 20. Surrounded by the snow-capped Coastal Mountain Range, tranquil lakes and expansive grasslands Anahim Lake is known for the abundance of native rainbow trout to 4 pounds and the “Famous Dean River” which opens in mid-June for fly-fishing.
There is a Forest Service Recreation Site at Little Anahim Lake that provides a highway rest stop for canoeing, picnicking and waterfowl watching. Accommodation, services, camping and facilities are provided by resorts along the lake as well as the Village of Anahim Lake.
Anahim Lake has a 975 m (3,198 ft) paved airstrip it is a year-round airport serving the West Chilcotin area. Many charter and private planes use the airport and AV gas is available at the airport. Pacific Coastal Airlines, based at the South Terminal of the Vancouver International Airport, offers service into Anahim Lake during summer and winter.
Anahim Lake services include: post office, grocery stores, lodging, RCMP station, liquor outlet, restaurants, airport, medical center, provincial ambulance station, tire repair, welding shop, service stations (gas, diesel and propane) and churches.
Many species of wildlife can been seen in the area including deer, moose, caribou, bears, wolves, cougars and several species of birds. Surrounded by the snow-capped Coastal Mountain Range, tranquil lakes and expansive grasslands, Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake have year-round outdoor adventure opportunities. These include fishing, canoeing, hiking, horseback riding, bird watching, cross-country skiing, ice-fishing, snowmobiling for just a few examples. Nearby parks (Tweedsmuir Provincial Park to the west, Itcha Ilgachuz Provincial Park to the north and Tsyl'os Provincial Park to the southeast) also provide incredible wilderness recreation terrain.
Anahim Lake serves as a base from which to embark on hunting, fishing, horseback or hiking trips into the surrounding Chilcotin Wilderness.
The South Carrier and Chilcotin First Nations inhabited Anahim Lake and the Interior Plateau centuries before European exploration. First Nations people in the area established routes known as the "Grease Trails" which stretch north to the Quesnel River, south to 100 Mile House and west to Bella Coola. Anahim Lake is named for Chief Anu x'im (pronounced "An-no-him"), meaning "the beginning of creation," or "the dawn of time when the first light came in."
Alexander Mackenzie chiefly led European exploration. Soon ranchers, including local legends Panhandle Phillips and Richmond Hobson, settled Anahim Lake. These ranchers used the Blackwater Trail, which passes between the mountains, for transporting supplies. Today, the trail is used for horseback riding. Hobson documented the lives of ranchers in his bestselling books Grass Beyond the Mountains, Nothing too Good for a Cowboy, and The Rancher Takes a Wife. The CBC television series, "Nothing Too Good for A Cowboy" is based on these stories.
52°30'29.59"N and 125°19'58.21"W
LOT A DISTRICT LOT 367A RANGE 3 COAST DISTRICT PLAN 22336
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