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    Prime Agricultural Land with Sub-dividable Upland - Mission, BC

    Metro Vancouver & the Fraser Valley Listing No. 22179

    73.75 acres consists of 43 acres agricultural land & 30 acres of west facing hillside outside the ALR and prime for subdivision. Natural gas, telephone, cable & 3-phase power. Zoning allows residential uses & a wide variety of agricultural uses. Water licences.

    Reduced $4,395,000

    73.75 acres

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    Offered for sale for the first time in 70 years. This prime piece of waterfront on 73.75 acres is located just 500 metres north of Hatzic Lake on Sylvester and Farms Road in Mission, BC. Originally part of a dairy operation the property consists of two distinct parts, 43 acres of valley bottom agricultural land suitable for a wide variety of crops, including hay, corn, blueberries, vegetables, and 30 acres of west facing hillside. The 30-acre portion of the property on the east side of Sylvester Road is completely outside the ALR and a prime candidate for subdivision and redevelopment into residential lots. Great location with 560 m of frontage along Sylvester Road which is serviced with natural gas, telephone, cable and three-phase power. Hatzic Prairie municipal water is located just off the northwest corner of the parcel along Farms Road.

    The upland west facing section of the property is well-timbered and has spectacular views out over Hatzic Lake and the surrounding agricultural fields. Subdivision into multiple residential lots as home sites in the area with views are in high demand. The 43 acres of valley bottom has 260 m of frontage on Scorey Creek which abuts the west side of the property. There are several excellent building sites to choose from. Zoning allows for residential uses as well as a wide variety of agricultural operations including large-scale greenhouse. The property has an historic water licences in place on Cyr Creek and Fuller Creek which allows for 500 gallons per day for domestic water and 500 gallons per day for industrial stock watering purposes.

    The seller is in the process of registering an easement along the western boundary of the property to provide access to another parcel owned by the seller. It is a condition of the sale the easement is completed prior to the Completion Date.

    Agricultural land is a solid long-term investment and the upland section of the property offers a developer the opportunity for significant profits in the near term.

    Call the listing REALTOR® today for more information or to book a time to go by for a look.


    Sylvester Road - Mission, BC


    Please see mapping section of this listing.

    Area Data

    People who want a laid back lifestyle and relaxing atmosphere can consider Mission as a great option. Rising up from the Fraser River and into the foothills of the Coast Mountain Range, Mission offers an awe-inspiring vantage point of the Fraser Valley. The abundance of rivers, lakes and lands serve as a constant reminder of the deep-rooted history.

    Situated on the north bank of the Fraser River, backing onto mountains and lakes overlooking the Central Fraser Valley 80 km (50 mi) southeast of Vancouver. The eastern boundary of the municipality roughly coincides with the division between the Mission upland and the alluvial floodplain of Hatzic Prairie, which resembles much of the rest of the Fraser Valley Lowland. The unincorporated communities from Hatzic eastwards through Dewdney and Nicomen Island to Deroche are part of the social and commercial matrix centred on Mission but have never joined the municipality, as is also the case with areas north of Hatzic and Dewdney.

    If you want to invest in real estate, Mission is one of the best locations to consider because of its affordable housing prices. Its population has grown to 41,519 (census 2021).


    Swimming and Boating

    Whether it’s the sandy beaches of Hayward Lake, the crystal clear canyon pools of Norrish, Lost, or Cascade Creeks, or the boat access shorelines of Stave Lake, Mission has many scenic destinations to canoe, kayak, paddle board, or just cool off at on a hot summers day.

    Popular swimming and boating locations in Mission:

    • Hayward Lake
    • Norrish Creek
    • Stave Lake
    • Lost (Fire) Creek
    • Hatzic Lake
    • Cascade Falls/Creek
    • Rolley Lake
    • Devil’s Lake
    • Sayres Lake
    • Florence Lake

    The Fraser River offers no other angling opportunity quite as thrilling as fishing for a prehistoric monster—the white sturgeon.

    Known as the Sturgeon Capital of the World, the Mission section of the Fraser has the largest population of sturgeon. The fish can be caught year-round, though spring and fall are the prime times.

    Anglers from around the world consider the Fraser River one of the top angling destinations for salmon. Approximately 60 per0cent of all salmon in BC pass by Mission en-route to their home waters.

    Cascade Falls Regional Park

    Cascade Falls Regional Park is a 22-hectare park renowned for its spectacular waterfall which drops an impressive 30 metres into a large emerald pool, continuing on as Cascade Creek. With an ideal viewing location from the suspension bridge, which is just a 15 minute walk (mainly up stairs) from the parking lot.

    Cascade Falls Park is a 14 km drive down Sylvester Road then turn right onto Ridgeview Road.

    Fraser River Heritage Park

    Fraser River Heritage Park is located at one of the most breathtaking viewpoints in the area overlooking the Fraser River. The park is located at the former site of St. Mary’s Mission for which the City of Mission is named.


    Due to Mission’s mountainous terrain and expansive Municipal Forest, the community offers a number of mountain bike friendly trails. Each of these locations offers trails of varying difficulty, providing suitable terrain for both beginners looking to ride their first trail and the most seasoned veterans looking for a real challenge.


    Nearby Sandpiper Golf Resort is nestled in centuries-old forest and surrounded by the West Coast’s idyllic landscape. It is a beautiful 18-hole golf course. Open 364 days a year, this par 72 course runs 6,500 yards from the back tees, and is gently sloped featuring four sets of tees for all playing abilities.

    Mission Golf and Country Club

    Cedar Ridge Golf Course and Driving Range

    Disc Golf Course at Centennial Park—the district has set up the course which is open to play year round in the park. Access to the course is free.

    Mission Raceway Park

    Mission Raceway Park is one of the fastest drag strips in all of Western Canada and the United States Northwest. The low elevation (24′ above sea level) boosts horsepower, making it one of the fastest tracks around. Mission Raceway features some of the quickest dragsters on the planet with speeds in excess of 270 mph.

    Historic Downtown Mission

    Located in the centre of the city, Downtown Mission features unique shops, entertainment venues, and establishments offering a wide range of goods and services.


    Mission was originally incorporated as a district municipality in 1892, and has grown to include additional villages and rural areas over the years, adding the original Town of Mission City, long an independent core of the region, in 1969. It was once the heart of the berry industry in the Fraser Valley, with "Home of the Big Red Strawberry" as Mission's slogan in the 1930s and into the 1940s.

    It is the site of Canada's first train robbery, BC's first rail link to the United States, one of the earliest Hydroelectric dams and Fraser River bridges, and is home to the oldest known First Nations' archaeological site in British Columbia. Mission is part of the traditional, ancestral, and unceded a territory of the Sto:lo First Nations people.


    Please see mapping section (all boundaries are approximate).

    Map Reference

    49°10'55.72"N and 122°13'52.34"W


    • 3-phase power
    • Natural gas
    • Telephone
    • Cell service
    • Hatzic Lake Municipal Water - almost to the property line, would need to be brought across the bridge on Farms Road

    Tax Details

    $128.90 (2022)




    PID 000-712-566

    Maps & Plans

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    Maps & Plans

    Our property descriptions and geographical information are taken from the BC Assessment Authority, Land Titles Office, government maps and other sources. While LandQuest® does not guarantee the information, we believe it to be accurate, but should not be relied upon without verification. This communication is not intended to cause or induce breach of an existing agency agreement.