Affordable 4.54-acre parcel with recreational hunting cabin. The grid-tied cabin provides 10 kW installed solar system, covered parking, 264 ft2 of living space (including second level sleeping loft), and large bright windows with views of Moberly Lake. The property abuts to Crown land.
Offering a 4.54-acre recreational parcel with a unique grid-tied solar powered cabin. Located on the south facing hillside above the Moberly Lake, BC this property is the ideal hunting/recreational property with a 40’ x 15’ functional cabin already constructed.
The cabin sits elevated off the ground on wood pilings and offers covered parking, large bright windows and an upstairs sleeping loft. The main floor of the cabin is 12’ x 12’ with the upstairs sleeping loft adding an additional 10’ x 12’ of living space. Total indoor square footage is 264’. The cabin is bright and cozy and ready for the final interior touches to transform the structure into your ideal hunting cabin.
The cabin’s south facing roof has an installed 10 kW solar panel system. The metered solar panel system generates $1,000-$1,200/year by putting power back into the grid.
The property is very quiet with south facing views of Moberly Lake and the mountains beyond. The southern exposure basks the property in sunshine year-round warming the cabin through the large bright windows. The wider region has thousands of acres of Crown land with excellent boating, hunting, hiking, camping, fishing and 4x4 opportunities. You can commence exploration from the north end of the property, as the property abuts to Crown land. This peaceful property is the perfect basecamp from which you can explore the majestic Peace River region.
1850 Moberly Lake Subdivision Road - Moberly Lake BC
From Chetwynd, head North on the Don Phillips Highway for approximately 27 kilometres. You will travel along the east side of Moberly Lake. Continue until the highway intersects with Moberly Lake Subdivision Road on the north side of the highway. Turn onto this road and continue for approximately 800 metres, at which point the driveway will be on your right-hand side.
The Peace River Region of British Columbia lays claim as the most robust and diverse economic region of the province outside of the Lower Mainland. The regional GDP has exceeded $6.6 billion over the last several years and employment opportunities abound.
The region contains vast supplies of natural gas. It is estimated that Northeast British Columbia holds more than 2,933 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. This resource provides significant economic opportunity, as global companies invest in resource extraction and infrastructure to transport the region’s various petroleum products to market.
The town of Chetwynd is a transportation and service hub for the oil and gas industry. The town is home to numerous hotel/motels providing the bulk of the accommodation for regional economic activity. There is infinite business opportunity to service this diverse work force. Trades, transportation and equipment operating dominate the workforce providing a high-income source of clientele for all local businesses.
The primary employers within Chetwynd include the forest industries—West Fraser/Bio-Energy Plant, Canadian Forest Products and Chetwynd Mechanical Pulp. All three facilities provide stable, year-round employment for the residents of Chetwynd and present commercial servicing opportunities.
Situated along Highway 97 and serving as the gateway to the Peace River Region, Chetwynd is an essential hub for travelers commuting from British Columbia’s lower interior to the major cities of Dawson Creek and Fort St John.
There is a general airport within Chetwynd that may service local aviation needs. A commercial airport exists in the nearby towns of Dawson Creek and Fort St. John.
There are numerous large-scale oil and gas construction projects occurring in the immediate vicinity of Chetwynd. The Jackfish Lake Expansion Project most recently provided excellent employment and economic opportunity for trade workers and oil and gas service companies stationed in Chetwynd.
Ultimately, Chetwynd is a town on the rise where economic and recreational activity abound.
Dawson Creek, located kilometres away, is the primary auction location for ranchers in the Peace River Region. There is the Vold, Jones and Vold Auction Company (VJV Auction Company), in Dawson which provides an easily accessible market for ranchers and their products. There is also Patterson’s Auction Mart, which provides an additional option for regional ranchers.
The recreation is endless across the wider region with thousands of square kilometres of Crown land. The following list of recreational pursuits is not exhaustive:
The property resides in Management Unit 7-32 and offers general tags for mule deer, whitetail deer, elk, moose, bear, wolves and a variety of game bird species. The hunting around this property is truly exceptional and the season lengths are long and generous. The property borders onto Crown land increasing the available hunting territory in the immediate vicinity of the property.
There are excellent fishing opportunities in the area surrounding the property including on Moberly Lake. There are numerous river systems in the immediate region including the Pine River, Murray River and the Peace River. These rivers are excellent for jet boating into remote fishing locations.
With the numerous trails and wonderful scenery there is endless opportunity to ride recreationally throughout the ranch and on the adjacent Crown land.
With the diversity/immensity of the surrounding wilderness, and its abundant beauty, an individual could spend their entire life exploring the property and surrounding countryside by foot and discover new joys each time.
The town of Chetwynd was once known as Little Prairie. However, with the expansion of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway through the town in 1957, the town’s name was changed to Chetwynd in honor of the Minister of Railroads, Ralph Chetwynd.
The town was connected to the Southern Interior of British Columbia for vehicular passengers in 1952 when the John Hart Highway from Prince George to Dawson Creek was completed. The construction of the railway and highway through Chetwynd solidified the town as a major transportation hub and jumping off point for Northern British Columbia.
Canfor and West Fraser Timber Products purchased sawmills in town in 1964 and 1971 respectively. These two companies rapidly became the town’s largest employers and continue to provide ongoing economic growth for the municipality. Forestry and timber refinement continue to be a major source of economic activity for the region along with oil/gas and ranching.
55°50'18.91"N and 121°44'47.58"W
There is a 10 kW solar panel system installed on the south facing roof of the recreational cabin. This system ties into the grid and generates $1,000-$1,200/annum. It could also be utilized to power the cabin itself.
40’ x 15’ recreational cabin on wood pilings. Cabin includes a covered parking area and 264 ft2 up/down living space
Lot 13 DL 487 Peace River District Plan 27375
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