2 affordable, waterfront lots on upper Kloyia River near Prince Rupert. Easy access to Prudhomme Lake. Off-grid living with road access close to some of the best ocean and river fishing on the West Coast.
Enjoy the pristine beauty of lakes, streams and mountains: welcome to the most exclusive waterfront community in Northern BC. A rare opportunity to own waterfront property and start building your dream just outside of Prince Rupert.
With a vision of respecting and protecting the natural beauty and integrity of the land, Prudhomme Lake Estates is a low density development that compliments the natural landscape while minimizing the impact on the environment. Prudhomme Lake Estates, nestled between two provincial parks, has been developed from high environmental principles.
Experience the grandeur and beauty of Prudhomme Lake with the Pacific North Coast as a backdrop. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to live in a pristine environment surrounded by lakes and rivers. The Pacific Ocean and mighty Skeena River are just minutes away. There is easy access to BC Interior, the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia's famous inside passage and Alaska.
The first phase of the development is complete and offers Lots A and B.
This lot on the Upper Kloiya River has numerous, beautiful building sites overlooking a river bend. The property straddles both sides of the Kloiya and has Diana Lake Provincial Park on two of its boundaries. The neighbouring Provincial Park ensures the spectacular wilderness views will remain untouched. The property has a grove of large primary growth cedar and hemlock trees. The land is primarily flat with some rolling topography, set in a valley with a mountain backdrop. $95,000
This large lot located on the Upper Kloiya River, has some stunning vistas and several outstanding building sites looking east down the river and south to Diana Lake Provincial Park. This lot extends a considerable distance along the river and includes some land on the far side of the Diana Creek bridge. The property has a grove of large primary growth cedar and hemlock trees. $115,000
|Lot A||2.97 acres||$95,000|
|Lot B||5.81 acres||$115,000|
The lots are located within the "Clean, Neat and Green" District of Port Edward, just a 15 minute scenic drive from both Prince Rupert and the village Port Edward. The Pacific Ocean and mighty Skeena River are just minutes away. BC Ferries offers easy access to the BC Interior, Queen Charlotte Island, Bella Coola, Vancouver Island and Alaska via BC’s famous Inside Passage.
35 minutes from the Prince Rupert Ferry Terminal on Highway 16. 1.15 hours from Terrace on Highway 16.
At 33 metres in elevation, the lake is approximately 170 hectares (420 acres) in size, 5 kilometres in length and it ranges from 0.17 to 0.89 kilometres in width. The average depth is 12 metres with a maximum depth of 44 metres. Pacific salmon as well as Dolly Varden and other fresh water species can be found in the lake and surrounding streams.
Prince Rupert is a port city in the province of British Columbia. Located on Kaien Island, Prince Rupert is the land, air, and water transportation hub of British Columbia's North Coast, and has a population of 12,220 people. It is surrounded by spectacular coastal mountains, old growth forests, fjords and untouched wilderness.
Prudhomme Lake Estates offers boundless recreational opportunities in your own backyard with two Provincial Parks as neighbours. The region provides spectacular scenery and extensive outdoor recreation activities including, world class sportfishing, exceptional wildlife viewing, hiking and boating. A short drive to the east provides an abundance of winter activities including, snowmobiling and skiing at the nearby Shames Mountain Ski Resort.
For the fisherman this is truly the last frontier of sport fishing. Prince Rupert and the Queen Charlotte Islands provide some of the best trophy salmon and halibut fishing in the world. Just 15 minutes away is the mighty Skeena River. Considered one of BC's most important salmon producing rivers, the Skeena provides excellent salmon and steelhead fishing along its many bars and tributaries.
BC's rugged North Coast is rich in wildlife including sea birds, bald eagles, humpback, gray and orca whales.
Lot A - 54°14'16.98"N and 130° 9'18.64"W
Lot B - 54°14'16.26"N and 130° 9'7.72"W
This pristine wilderness setting also comes with life's modern amenities. Cellular telephone services are available. Each lot is complete with a drilled well and water can also be accessed from the lake. Septic will have to be supplied by the Buyer. These lots are off-grid and Hydro is not near the lot.
Lot A - $165.55 (2018)
Lot B - $198.18 (2018)
Rural Residential A2
LOT A DISTRICT LOT 972 RANGE 5 COAST DISTRICT PLAN BCP43551
LOT B DISTRICT LOT 972 RANGE 5 COAST DISTRICT PLAN BCP43551
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