3,000 ft2 log home rich in country charm on 160 acres of land. Astounding views of the Eagan Valley with Eagan Lake in the distance. Well-manicured yard with a koi pond & several outbuildings. There is kennel fencing for a prospective dog breeder. Perfect country escape.
Looking to escape the bustle of the city? If so, this retreat-style log home on 160 acres is for you. Located atop the Eagan Lake Valley the property and home offer extensive views of Eagan Lake and the surrounding wilderness for miles and miles. The property is very quiet and feels remote, but you are a relatively short commute to Bridge Lake and 100 Mile House.
The property itself has both flat portions and undulations. It is a combination of aspen, pine and open pasture. This makes it perfect for cattle, horses and wildlife (mule deer and moose are found in abundance). The main yard is well-manicured with a large lawn, landscaping, a koi pond and a fenced kennel system for a dog breeder. The fencing is in good shape and only requires minor repairs to fix damage from downed trees. There are several outbuildings (all require a little work). There is an older home with power to it, a small barn/equipment shed and a small cabin.
The house itself was built in 1992 and is very large and prominent at 3,000 ft2 (basement unfinished). Each level of the home has its own outdoor living space and offers views of the surrounding countryside. There are 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The living/dining/kitchen are open concept with a stone chimney flu serving as a vibrant center piece. The woodwork in the home is very elegant with large beams and crisp corners.
There is a large entry way into the home where muddy clothes can be removed prior to entering the home. There is a laundry room with sink and toilet off the entrance as well. The south facing views and large open windows make the home extremely bright and warm. The sun’s warm rays are caught throughout the entirety of the day. The main floor is completed by a wraparound deck, which is partially enclosed, so that you can enjoy the outdoors in various weather conditions.
The master bedroom upstairs is enormous and exits out onto a top floor balcony. From the upstairs you can see clear across the valley. Each of the upstairs bedrooms has its own closet space and the upstairs bathroom is spacious with two sink basins.
Ultimately, this is the perfect getaway property for someone seeking to leave the craziness of the city behind and get back to nature in style.
7665 Eagan Lake Road - Bridge Lake BC
The property is located approximately 60 km southeast of 100 Mile House as the crow flies. At 93 Mile, turn east off Highway 97, onto Highway 24. Follow Highway 24 to the Bridge Lake Store, turn right (south) onto North Bonaparte Road for 2 kilometres and then turn left onto Eagan Lake Road. Follow Eagan Lake Road for 20 kilometres turning to head north at the junction of Eagan Lake Road and Sharpe Lake Road. The driveway will be on the east side of the roadway approximately 1 km past this junction.
The Interlakes, also known as the Interlakes District, is a geographic region of the Interior of British Columbia located along and around the Interlakes Highway between 100 Mile House on Highway 97 and Little Fort on the North Thompson River. The area is a subregion of the Cariboo and includes the communities of Bridge Lake and Lac des Roches.
Provincial billboards promoting the area show it as being bounded by Canim Lake, Lac des Roches, Young Lake and Green Lake, with Highway 97 (the Cariboo Highway) and Canim Lake Road as its western and northwestern limits. The area contains over 1,600 households, most of which are spread along the Highway 24 corridor from Lone Butte to Bridge Lake. Another interpretation from the Cariboo Regional District includes Sheridan Lake and Deka Lake.
The property falls within the Interlakes region and is a popular destination for fishermen and anglers looking to take advantage of the renowned trout fishing throughout the area. The expansive territory and relatively flat topography make for an ideal setting for lovers of the outdoors. The area is scattered with not only lakes, but countless trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, ATVing and sledding. Summer and winter recreation activities include:
51°21'10.00"N and 120°48'14.50"W
DISTRICT LOT 1427 LILLOOET DISTRICT
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