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    Remarkably Serene 11.27 Acre Rural Oasis Backing onto Crown land - Clinton, BC

    Cariboo Chilcotin Listing No. 22091

    Anchored against the gentle slopes of Mount Soues, and tucked away amongst the towering cedars, this 11.27 acre recreational oasis is a can't miss opportunity. A quiet & private setting, single family residence  with 2,040 ft2 of living space & multiple outbuildings .


    Price
    $649,000

    Size
    11.27 acres

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    Description

    We are pleased to present this 11.27 rural acreage with a 2,080 square foot home, just 15 minutes from the town of Clinton, and bordering onto Crown land.

    Constructed in 1999 using some recycled materials from a previous home, plus a Quad-Lock basement constructed with cement and reinforced steel, this home is a perfect low maintenance option for those who would rather spend their time outdoors. There are 2 bedrooms, kitchen, and an open living room/dining area, plus a sizable basement for entertaining. Stepping outside you are greeted by a wrap-around deck overlooking the yard, and driveway leading to the home. The residence is serviced by well water, septic and hydro, plus there is a new metal roof installed roughly 5 years ago.

    The property rests along a gentle slope, which is entirely walkable and offers beautiful views at the back of the lot line. The lot is entirely fenced, with 6 metal gates staggered throughout the fence line. Beyond the property boundaries is seemingly endless Crown land with miles and miles of area to explore. Whether you love to hike, bike or even hunt, the possibilities are truly endless.

    Just stones throw from the property is Kelly Lake, which is part of the Downing Provincial Park, a small yet popular park that encircles the lake. Here you can enjoy views of the impressive Mount Bowman, and surrounding ranges, give it a very rural feel while still being so close to town. The lake is ideal for swimming, but you can also try your hand at fishing for the local rainbow trout while you soak in some summer sun.

    Travelling back onto the lot, and sitting near to the residence is a steel workshop, with sizable sliding doors and an interior perfect for working on projects of all sorts. There is enough room for vehicles/tractors and machines, plus ample work space and space for tools. The interior walls are lined with plug-ins that optimize the working space. In addition to the shop, the owner, recently constructed a small shed beside the home which is another great spot for storage, or to sneak away to when the in-laws stop by!

    If you are considering moving away from the city, to get back to your roots, and enjoy a slower pace to life, this property may be a great fit.

    Only 4 hours and 40 minutes from Vancouver, 15 minutes to Clinton, 1 hour and a half to Kamloops and smack dab in a very desirable recreational location, you are afforded the best of both worlds. Access to urban amenities, but in a quiet, peaceful rural location. This area is rich in wildlife, vegetation, and places to explore. Come see for yourself!

    Location

    1833 Pavilion-Clinton Road - Clinton, BC

    Access

    From the town of Clinton, turn onto Pavilion Clinton road and travel for 17 km until you reach the driveway on your right hand side.

    Area Data

    Clinton is a village in British Columbia located approximately 40 km (25 mi) northwest of Cache Creek and 30 km south of 70 Mile House.

    It is considered by some to straddle the southern edge of the Cariboo country of British Columbia, although others consider Ashcroft-Cache Creek, Lillooet, Savona, Kamloops and even Lytton and Spences Bridge to be in the Cariboo. Clinton, however, does sit immediately below the southern edge of the Cariboo Plateau. Clinton has a number of attractions including horse-back riding, big game viewing, hiking, fishing and other outdoor activities.

    Every May, Clinton is home to the Annual Ball held on the Victoria Day weekend, where many people dress as the first settlers did. The Annual Ball kicks off the Village's Heritage week with the parade and the May rodeo and dance ending Heritage week. The Clinton Annual Ball is one of British Columbia's oldest continual events having first been held in 1867 and was a highlight of the social calendar in the British Columbia Interior for many decades. The Clinton Museum, built in 1892, has a number of historical artifacts on display that date back to the gold rush and founding of the area.

    Recreation

    Popular activities in the area include:

    • Hunting
    • Fishing
    • Snowmobiling
    • Gold panning
    • Gardening
    • Horseback riding
    • AVTing
    • Snowmobiling

    History

    Clinton is rich in history of over 150 years and its founding was a direct result of the “boom” of the Cariboo Gold Rush. This active community of 650 residents has a unique western atmosphere, stunning scenery, and an abundance of recreational opportunities.

    Map Reference

    51° 1'3.86"N and 121°45'28.31"W

    Zoning

    RL-1 (Rural Zone)

    Permitted Uses

    • one single family dwelling with or without a secondary suite, or one duplex, or one manufactured home
    • agricultural and horticultural use subject to livestock limitations
    • intensive agricultural use on parcels 16 ha or larger
    • forestry practice use
    • processing of aggregate materials
    • open land recreation
    • aircraft landing field
    • golf course
    • cemetery, school, and community hall
    • winery, cidery, and microbrewery

    Legal

    DISTRICT LOT 8650 LILLOOET DISTRICT
    PID 009-714-677

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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.

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