5.4 acres with 380 ft of lakefront. Rustic off-grid cabin on a pristine, south facing property with gorgeous pebble beach and deep water! Lake intake for water, outhouse, wood stove, deck & dock for swimming & your ski boat. Prime spot to build your dream cabin.
Extremely rare FREEHOLD waterfront acreage. One of the largest deeded waterfront acreages available on the desirable north side of Little Shuswap with 5.4 acres and over 380 feet of lakefront. Prime Little Shuswap waterfront with rustic cottage on a pristine, south facing property with a gorgeous pebble beach and deep water! Highly desirable area on the quiet side of the lake and only minutes to Quaaout Lodge and the Talking Rock Golf course. Enjoy world class recreation all year long here.
This lakefront gem has a rustic cabin with wood stove, deck overlooking the lake and large dock for swimming or mooring your ski boat. The off-grid cabin as an outhouse and draws water from the lake. Enjoy endless sunrises, and incredible cool evenings, this property borders onto Crown land with many trails for hiking, ATVs or snowmobiling, perfect for a rustic back to nature lifestyle, wildlife at your door step. The climate at Little Shuswap is one of the most desirable in British Columbia with very dry warm sunny summer days, cool evenings, great water for swimming and fewer biting insects than almost any other region in the province.
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7082 Little Shuswap Lake - located on the north side of Little Shuswap Lake.
Chase is a village located in the Interior of British Columbia. It has a population of roughly 2,500, and its main industries are forestry and tourism. It is located at the outlet of Little Shuswap Lake, which is the source of the South Thompson River. Chase Creek, which drops over three small waterfalls before flowing through the town, enters the South Thompson just below the lake's outlet.
West of the Rockies, east of the Pacific, and north of the Okanagan, where Canada’s longest highways meet, is the Shuswap; a region of eight distinct and enchanting communities that flow together like the gentle waters of our namesake, Shuswap Lake.
The heart of the traditional territories of the Secwepemc, the “meeting of the waters,” the Shuswap is a place of gathering. We celebrate the pairing of meaningful experiences. Cycle to a vineyard or paint at the pub, paddle to the park, or hike to the hot spring. We live to explore. And every day with us means you’ll find a little more.
Your quest begins here. The area is full of brewmasters and vintners, our farmers, producers and shop owners. Immerse yourself in the stories told by our musicians, artists and actors, artisans and crafters. Meander our maps, our rivers and valleys, our mountains and meadows, our beaches, belvederes, parks and trails.
The primary attraction for the Village of Chase is Little Shuswap Lake. Beaches, boat launches and a large pier provide access to the lake and South Thompson River.
The Sunshore Golf Club provides a nine-hole golf course.
A visit to the Shuswap is all about the beautiful places you’ll see, the down-to-earth folks you’ll meet and the vast array of casual ways to spend your days in any of our eight distinct communities and their surroundings.
Long summer days on the water, mountain top winter adventures, at one with nature on the trails or gathered together for feasts and festivals, authentic experiences await one and all.
Your adventures here are as unique as you are—golf greens and art galleries, markets and museums, trails and live theatre, vineyards and beach volleyball, biking and boating—craft your own itinerary or check out our top ten lists for each of the Shuswap’s regions.
The town was named after one of the first settlers in the district, Whitfield Chase who established a ranch where the South Thompson River runs out of Little Shuswap Lake in 1865. When the Adams River Lumber Company laid out the town in 1902 James A. Magee, secretary of the company, named the town for Chase.
Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
50°51'10.82"N and 119°39'51.59"W
A rustic cabin approximately 900 square feet in size with wood stove, deck overlooking the lake and large dock for swimming or mooring your ski boat. The off-grid cabin as an outhouse and draws water from the lake.
THE FRACTIONAL SOUTH 1/2 OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF FRACTIONAL LEGAL SUBDIVISION 4 SECTION 7 TOWNSHIP 22 RANGE 12 WEST OF THE 6TH MERIDIAN KAMLOOPS DIVISION YALE DISTRICT
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