175-acre farm with 3,400 ft of frontage on west side of Fraser River. Micro-climate with 3 cuts of hay, fruit trees gardens & grapes. Terraced hay fields & pastures. Modest 3 bedroom home with covered deck overlooking the river & valley outbuildings & water rights for irrigation.
This private and beautiful farm at Alexandria on the west side of the Fraser River is 175 acres with about 50 acres in production and over 3,400 feet of frontage on the Fraser River including a beautiful sandy beach. The property is terraced sloping toward the Fraser River affording the beautiful view with hay fields on benches it is a great property.
The area influenced by the Fraser River is renowned as the best growing area in the Cariboo with its premium farmland and microclimate that delivers 3 cuts of hay, prolific gardens, fruit trees and even grapes. The fields and pastures are fenced and cross fenced. 4 water licences from the creek through the property and the Fraser River provide ample water for hay irrigation. General Creek runs through beside the barn.
The 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home is a 1,200 ft2 double wide modular home on a full unfinished basement has a covered deck that is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the panoramic view and serenity of the Fraser River and valley.
Outbuildings and improvements include the barn/workshop, garage, corrals, loading chute, cattle squeeze, water pumps, 3” and 5” irrigation pipes, sheds, root cellar and older house for storage.
Call the listing REALTOR® for more information or to book a time to go by for a look.
West side of the Fraser River at 107 Chesley Road, which is off West Fraser Road about 63 km by road north of Williams Lake and about 43 km as the crow flies south of Quesnel.
From Williams Lake go north on Soda Creek Road off Mackenzie Ave for about 15 km. Turn left on Stack Valley Road, it is about 3.6 km to the Rudy Johnson Bridge cross the bridge set odometer and head north. Stack Valley Road turns into West Fraser Road. Turn right on Chesley Road about 45 km from the bridge. The West Fraser Road connection to Quesnel that was damaged in the flood in 2018 is reported to be on track for reopening in the fall of 2023.
Call Sam or Rich for a map file of the route and property.
The Alexandria area on West Fraser Road on the west side of the Fraser River is served by Williams Lake to the south and Quesnel to the north both cities have airports with daily service to Vancouver, good access on Highway 97 and full services for shopping, medical care, hospitals, recreational facilities and serve as trading centres for their surrounding areas.
Williams Lake about is 63 km by road south of the farm has a population of 10,700± in the city and 23,000± in the census area (2021 census). The airport has daily flights with Pacific Coastal Airlines and Central Mountain Air. Williams Lake is the main service centre for the ranching industry in the Cariboo and Chilcotin.
Quesnel about 45 km north has a population of just under 10,000 and 23,000± in the census area (2021 Census). The airport is serviced by Central Mountain Air. The City of Prince George, about 150 km to the north is the hub of central BC.
Historically Alexandria was a general area encompassing a trading post, ferry site, and steamboat landing in the North Cariboo region of central British Columbia. The present unincorporated community is on the east side of the Fraser River. On BC Highway 97, is about 60 km north of Williams Lake and 45 km south of Quesnel.
Enjoy a walk in Kersley through Sisters Creek Park, a recreational walking/equestrian trail that follows the Fraser River. The community of Kersley has a cold weather ice arena, public park, tennis courts, baseball diamond, and volunteer fire department. With mild summers and cold winters, Kersley is an ideal place to visit year-round for outdoor enthusiasts looking to hike or bike and enjoy winter activities.
The area beckons outdoor enthusiasts with a plethora of fishing, paddling, hiking, camping, hunting, cycling, and horseback riding trails. Locals enjoy the famous Billy Barker Days which is a 4-day family festival celebrating the towns gold rush heritage.
The Aboriginal people who inhabited the north-central area of British Columbia called themselves 'Uda ukelh' which means "People who travel by boat on water early in the morning." The first European to encounter this Native group was Alexander Mackenzie, who traversed their territory enroute to the Pacific in 1793. He first learned about them from the Sekani and employed the term Carrier in his writings. In 1808 Simon Fraser explored what is now known as the Fraser River and named a major tributary for Jules Maurice Quesnel, his clerk.
Quesnel came to be called Quesnelle to distinguish itself from Quesnel Forks 60 miles upriver and by 1900 it was spelled the way it is now. It is located along the gold mining trail known as the Cariboo Wagon Road and was the commercial centre of the Cariboo Gold Rush. It marks one end of the Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail. Because of its location on the Fraser River, it was an important landing for sternwheelers during 1862 until 1886 and then from 1909 until 1921. The last sternwheeler on the upper Fraser was Quesnel’s own namesake craft, and hometown product, the Quesnel. The community continued to grow and in 1979 became a city. Today, forestry continues to be the leading industry while agriculture, mining, and tourism are also important parts of Quesnel’s economy.
Please see mapping section (all boundaries are approximate).
52°35'34.17"N and 122°29'26.67"W
3-bedroom modular home.
Barn/workshop, garage, corrals, loading chute, cattle squeeze, sheds, root cellar and older house for storage.
DISTRICT LOT 6131 CARIBOO DISTRICT
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