2.6 acres of wilderness property in Baker Creek just 30 minutes from Quesnel. Cleared, level and ready to build your dream home. The lot is serviced with water and power, ready for you to pull in your travel trailer just in time for your summer vacation.
Foreign Buyer Ban does not apply to this property
This 2.6-acre lot is conveniently located on a well maintained, paved road just 30 minutes from Quesnel, 5 minutes from a lakeside golf course, 2 minutes a gas station/diner with laundry services and minutes from numerous lakes including Tibbles Lake, perfect for swimming, boating or fishing.
The lot is level and partially treed offering a driveway as well as a large cleared area for building. The remaining timber ensures privacy as well as firewood. It is conveniently serviced with both power and water making this the perfect location to park an RV, set up a year-round vacation retreat or build your dream home.
The new drilled, 300 ft well is complete with new lines, pump, valve and hydrant. It is contained in a new pump house and is ready for hook up.
Hydro has also been brought onto the property, and currently offers a 30 amp plugin as well as four 20 amp plugins. A new satellite dish for Wi-Fi and phone service.
There is also a new outhouse on the property.
This private, serviced lot offers a country lifestyle that is perfect for a family home, recreational getaway or hunting retreat.
340 Tibbles Road - Quesnel/Nazko, BC
The picturesque property is conveniently located just 30 minutes from the city of Quesnel in Baker Creek.
The private location is quiet and off the highway, allowing you to enjoy the tranquility, privacy and beauty that is deserving of a country lifestyle. This area is also teaming with wildlife including deer, moose, elk, bears and waterfowl . . . a true outdoorsman’s haven.
By car, traveling north on Highway 97 from Williams Lake. Follow the highway through Quesnel, over the bride and onto North Fraser Drive. This road turns into the Blackwater Road and eventually Nazko Road. Follow this road for approximately 20 minutes from Quesnel until you pass Sylvia’s Cafe on your right. Take the next left onto Tibbles Road to the property. The entire road is paved and well maintained.
Vancouver is less than an hour by plane with several commercial flights daily out of Quesnel.
The Cariboo is cattle country however, forestry is currently the dominant economic force in Quesnel with two pulp mills, a plywood plant, a pellet plant and saw mills. The public sector is also an important employer.
Quesnel is home to many small businesses servicing farms and ranches and the ever growing tourist industry. Quesnel is the commercial centre of the North Cariboo and has a population of approximately 27,000 people. The city is well served by rail, road and air connections.
The property is approximately 1.5 km from Puntchesakut Lake, which is also known as Tibbles Lake. This 279 ha (690 acre) lake reaches a maximum depth of 14.9 m (49 ft) and is home to both rainbow trout and char. There is also a picnic and recreation site with outhouses on this lake for camping.
The hilly surrounding area is predominantly forested, with a mixture of aspen, willow, cottonwood and Douglas fir. Pastureland composes about 10% of the lakeshore area. Sandy, gravel soil comprises most of the shoreline with a small amount of willow.
The town of Wells (population: 236) sits nestled in a valley in BC's Cariboo Mountain foothills near the end of Highway 26.
Built in the 1930s to accommodate the area's gold miners, the village has since evolved as a quaint arts community. Its rich past has been preserved in many historic and heritage sites.
Wells bills itself as "the host to the ghost town," the ghost town being Barkerville Historic Town. Barkerville is not only a premier heritage site, but also the gateway to the Bowron Lake Provincial Park. Bowron's famous chain of lakes is known for its sheer size and beauty and attracts canoeing enthusiasts from all corners.
In the winter locals head out on numerous cross-country ski trails or to Troll Ski Resort for a bit of downhill skiing. In summer, those trails make for excellent hiking, while local parks are also inviting.
Barkerville is the largest heritage site in Western North America and a National Historic Site of Canada. Founded in 1862, Barkerville is an adventure destination like no other; rich in history, full of life. Meet colourful characters from Barkerville's past, watch Judge Begbie hold Victorian criminals accountable, see authentic gold rush theatre and witness a Cornish Waterwheel in action. Pan for gold, visit exotic Chinatown, go to school 1800’s style or tour the town at your own pace while visiting 140+ historic buildings and displays.
Barkerville's merchants, restaurants and accommodations will provide everything you need for a genuinely comfortable trip into BC's Golden Age.
The Cariboo has a dry climate and experiences hot dry summers with little worry of rain. Its vast rolling hills and forests dominated by Douglas fir, lodgepole pine, aspen and birch.
This property is partially treed but offers a large clearing for building your home/cabin.
There are many recreational activities to enjoy on and around this property including horseback riding, fishing, hunting or checking out the slopes only 30 minutes away at Troll Mountain Ski Hill.
The pristine wilderness around Quesnel provides an amazing setting for hiking, camping, fishing or just enjoying the outdoors. You can enjoy the world’s longest wooden truss footbridge, view the mighty Fraser River, visit the Provincial Park’s ancient hoodoos and glacially formed geological structures or tour to world famous Barkerville.
The inviting city gardens transform the urban areas into a beautiful setting with plenty of perfect picnic spots. There are also many farms around Quesnel that offer exciting agricultural tours allowing you to see and taste the fresh, local produce.
The Dragon Lake Golf Course is open May through October, offering 10 un-serviced RV sites, 10 tent sites, showers, freshwater fishing and of course golfing.
The Quesnel and District Arts and Recreation Centre features a family friendly aquatic facility. Whether you are using the facility for fitness, family fun, or just to relax and unwind, the facility offers something for everyone.
52°58'37.45"N and 122°59'47.37"W
LOT J DISTRICT LOT 12335 CARIBOO DISTRICT PLAN EPP5488
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