Bright and sunny 64.7 acres with some impressive outbuildings and a cozy 1,920 ft2 2 bdrm, 2 bath home. Original building plans available. Hay producing 32 acres, garage/workshop, 3 box stall barn & over-height shed for equipment/RV plus income source.
This property is a dream come true for those searching for the ranch lifestyle and self sustainment. This is the first time it has been on the market by the original owners who have kept the residence and property immaculate.
They have raised cows, horses, pigs, chickens, ducks and turkeys. The 32 acres has produced an average of 60 tons of hay in the past. The three garden areas yield lots of vegetable and berry produce in moist nutrient filled soil. The cleared fenced and cross fenced pasture land has a pond in each section to keep the stock watered and just the right amount of trees to provide shade. The chicken coop has a perimeter and overhead fenced run, is wired and has water from a hydrant and there is also a duck and turkey pen with pond water.
The 56 x 36 ft barn has a separate heated tack room, three box stalls, enclosed toy box or loafing barn area, overhead hay storage, sliding back doors, fly shelter, power and hydrant at the rear.
The 72 x 34 ft garage/workshop has a 12.5 ft ceiling, cement floor with 6” deep rebar, wood burning stove, baseboard heaters and air compressor. The 50 x 40 ft shed is an open concept with separate meat cutting room that is insulated and wired for a deep freezer.
The 1,920 ft2 warm and cozy residence has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a huge farm style kitchen and a new addition solarium with pine walls and ceiling, a fir floor and an amazing number of windows letting in the light and keeping out the bugs. There are cedar walls in the dining room and a custom cedar portable wood box to stock a wood burning central stove. The kitchen cabinetry is custom made birch and there are custom window shelves as well.
There is an outside wooden deck with entry into the kitchen and the front entrance brings one directly into the mud room/laundry with lots of storage room and opportunity to renovate as desired.
The property has a security system which beeps when a vehicle enters the driveway and there is a gate across the entry with padlock. Little waterfowl Webb Lake access is across the street and Machete Lake, which can provide 2 lbs. rainbow trout and possibly Kokanee, is 16 km further down from Highway 24 along Machete Lake Road.
This is a property that has the potential of being turned into everything one might desire for a small ranch. It is well worth your consideration!
7647 Machete Lake Road off “Fishing Highway” 24 - South Cariboo.
Take Highway 24 towards Lone Butte off either Highway 97 or Highway 5 (Yellowhead) at Little Fort. Machete Lake Road is just past Bridge Lake (from the West) or just past Lac Des Roches (from the East). Drive approximately ½ km along well maintained gravel road. Property is on the left hand side. Access from Kamloops on Highway 5 then Highway 24 takes approximately 2 hours. From the Coast it is approximately a 5-hour drive up the Canyon Highway 1 Route then Highway 97. The major shopping area of 100 Mile House is 45 minutes away.
Located in the Central Interior of BC, the South Cariboo covers an area north to Lac La Hache, west to the Fraser River, east on Highway 24 (also known as the Fishing Highway) towards Little Fort (Highway 5) and south to 70 Mile House. Famous for its host of fishing lakes, resorts, abundant wildlife, excellent bird watching, rich history and all four fabulous seasons, the South Cariboo holds something for everybody.
The main business centre is the village of 100 Mile House offering all the amenities of a small hospital and care centre, community ice rink, banks, medical offices, pharmacies, financial institutions, grocery outlets and retail shops, a secondary school and a choice of elementary schools. There is a population of about 2,000 and including the surrounding outer communities it services close to 20,000. Williams Lake 1 hour to the north and Kamloops 2 hours to the south are the nearest larger centres with Vancouver approximately 5 hours away.
The 100 Mile House area experiences all four seasons with moderate hot temperatures in the summer months and abundant snow with cold temperatures in the winters. The spring and fall produce ample rainfall to maintain a vibrant ecosystem of lush evergreens and aspen trees and a ground cover of soft grasses, clover and wild strawberries.
Many varieties of sports and outdoor activities can be enjoyed year-round. Spring, summer and fall activities include biking, hiking, horse back riding, ATVing, tennis, golf, swimming, boating, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and water skiing. Winters bring out cross-country and downhill skiers, ice skaters, snowshoers, snowmobilers and ice fishing. 100 Mile House has both an ice hockey arena and team, as well as a curling rink. The various rural communities host their own social activities, fairs and rodeos throughout the south Cariboo and there are many guest ranches in the area welcoming overnight stays and the adventure of riding the ranges.
History buffs can explore the village’s origins as a fur trading station as well as it’s key role as an 1860s stagecoach stop on the Gold Rush Trail to Barkerville. There are outdoor murals honouring the area’s early pioneer families in the downtown core and a photo opportunity featuring an original Barnard Express Stage Coach. The 108 Mile Ranch Historical Site features a number of period buildings and welcomes visitors to enter the main house and view life in past times.
51°28'51.83"N and 120°39'6.69"W
LOT 2, PLAN 24009, DISTRICT LOT 1848, LILLOOET DISTRICT
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