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    Trophy Lakefront Estate - Green Lake, BC

    Cariboo Chilcotin Listing No. 24110

    Private estate on 107 acres. 3,300 ft of low bank waterfront including sheltered bay with beach and dock. 4,000 ft2 quality-built main house. 760 ft2 caretaker home, 760 ft2 guest log home, 265 ft2 "teenager" cabin, 2 barns. 7.600 ft2 workshop. 4.5 hour to Vancouver.


    Price
    $3,900,000

    Size
    106.49 acres

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    Description

    One of a kind trophy estate property on the shores of Green Lake. Located on 107 sprawling acres with 3,300 feet of private waterfront. The spectacular waterfront includes a completely unique large private sheltered bay with beach front and dock. This sheltered bay is the perfect refuge dock your ski boat or floatplane. This legacy property would function well as a high-end lakefront equestrian setup, or compound for an extended family. The immediate area around the property offers access for ATVs, horseback riding, hunting or exploring the backcountry. Green Lake offers both excellent angling for a rainbow trout as well as offering superb water sports and boating.

    Upon entering the private gated access off North Green Lake Road you follow the long driveway to the private dated compound which includes 18,845 sq. ft. of houses and outbuildings, with a 4,000 sq. ft. custom and quality built main house positioned strategically at the end of the peninsula with amazing views up and down Green Lake. The main house is a showpiece with beautiful southwest exposure, floor-to-ceiling windows and wraparound deck. The current owner had the main house setup with only one main bedroom, however the lower level can easily be converted into multiple additional bedrooms. Asked the listing REALTOR® for the floorplan mockups. The main home features an exercise room, office, sitting area, art room, and walk out basement with direct access to the lawn and lake. A glassed-in breezeway connects home to 900 sq. ft. garage. In addition to the attached garage there’s an additional two bay detached garage.

    There is absolutely tons of room for guests or extended family with a 760 sq. ft. caretakers home, a 760 sq. ft. guest log home and 265 sq. ft. "teenager" cabin. Outbuildings include two barns, the first is 3,600 sq. ft. and the second log barn is 720 sq. ft. A massive 7,600 sq. ft. workshop is a handyman’s dream.

    All of this is only 4.5-hour drive from the coast. The private bay on the property is called "Box Bay" and is a spawning bed of the resident trout. Don’t hesitate to make this one-of-a-kind luxury estate yours. Properties like this one do not come on the market often.

    Call the listing REALTOR® today for more information or to book a time to go by for a look.

    Location

    6126 Green Lake North Road - 70 Mile House, BC

    Access

    From Vancouver

    Take the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) eastbound. Departing from Vancouver, you'll follow Highway 1 through the Fraser Valley, passing through cities like Chilliwack and Hope.

    After Hope, continue east on Highway 1, traversing the scenic Fraser Canyon alongside the Fraser River. As you approach Cache Creek, take the Highway 97 exit northbound towards 100 Mile House. Follow Highway 97 for approximately 20 kilometres until you reach 70 Mile House.

    Please refer to the mapping section of this listing for the detailed location.

    Area Data

    70 Mile House is a small community nestled in the picturesque Cariboo region of British Columbia. Historically, it gained significance as a stopping point along the Cariboo Wagon Road during the Cariboo Gold Rush in the late 1800s. Today, it maintains its rural charm and serves as a hub for outdoor enthusiasts and those seeking a peaceful retreat.

    The community itself is characterized by its tranquil surroundings, with rolling hills, dense forests, and pristine lakes dotting the landscape. Residents and visitors alike are drawn to the area for its abundance of recreational opportunities, including hiking, fishing, camping, and wildlife watching.

    Despite its small size, 70 Mile House boasts a tight-knit community spirit, with residents who take pride in their surroundings and actively participate in local events and initiatives. While amenities may be limited compared to larger urban centers, the community exudes a sense of warmth and hospitality that is unmistakably characteristic of rural British Columbia.

    Visitors to 70 Mile House can expect to find cozy accommodations, charming bed and breakfasts, and rustic campgrounds, providing the perfect base for exploring the natural beauty of the surrounding area. Whether it's a leisurely stroll along forested trails, a day of fishing on one of the nearby lakes, or simply soaking in the serenity of the countryside, 70 Mile House offers a tranquil escape for those looking to reconnect with nature and experience the slower pace of rural life.

    Vegetation

    The vegetation surrounding 70 Mile House in British Columbia typically consists of a mix of coniferous and deciduous trees, reflecting the diverse ecosystems of the Cariboo region. Thick forests of Douglas fir, lodgepole pine, spruce, and cedar dominate the landscape, providing habitat for various wildlife species. In lower-lying areas and along waterways, cottonwood, birch, and aspen trees thrive, adding to the area's biodiversity. Understory vegetation includes shrubs such as willow, huckleberry, and elderberry, along with an array of wildflowers and ferns. This lush vegetation contributes to the region's scenic beauty and supports a variety of recreational activities, from hiking and camping to wildlife watching and photography.

    Recreation

    Enjoy a range of outdoor activities amidst the stunning natural surroundings. Popular recreational pursuits include hiking along scenic trails like the Mount Bowman Trail or the Marble Range Provincial Park trails, which offer breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and forests. Fishing enthusiasts frequent nearby lakes such as Green Lake and Watch Lake, known for their abundance of trout and other freshwater fish. Camping is a favorite pastime, with picturesque campgrounds like Green Lake Provincial Park and Mahood Lake providing opportunities for overnight stays amidst nature. Additionally, wildlife watching and birdwatching are popular activities, with abundant opportunities to spot local fauna such as black bears, deer, and various bird species. Overall, the region's diverse recreational offerings cater to outdoor enthusiasts of all interests and skill levels, providing endless opportunities to immerse oneself in the beauty of the Cariboo wilderness.

    History

    70 Mile House, nestled in British Columbia's Cariboo region, carries a layered history shaped by both indigenous peoples and the Cariboo Gold Rush. Long before European settlers arrived, indigenous communities, primarily from the Secwepemc (Shuswap) and St’at’imc (Lillooet) Nations, inhabited the area, cultivating deep connections to the land and developing rich cultural traditions. Their presence predates the rush by millennia, evidenced by archaeological sites and oral histories that speak to their enduring legacy.

    During the Cariboo Gold Rush of the 1860s, 70 Mile House emerged as a pivotal stopover along the Cariboo Wagon Road, facilitating trade and social interaction among prospectors and merchants. Despite its transient nature, the rush left an indelible mark on the region's history.

    As the gold rush waned and transportation routes evolved, 70 Mile House's prominence diminished. However, remnants of its bustling past still endure, offering glimpses into the region's vibrant history. Today, efforts to preserve its heritage highlight its significance as a tangible link to the pioneering spirit and resilience of those who shaped the Cariboo's early days.

    Map Reference

    51°26'23.93"N and 121°10'28.66"W

    Services

    • Power
    • Drilled well
    • Natural gas
    • Septic
    • Internet
    • Cell service

    Improvements

    Total package includes 18,845 sq. ft. of houses and outbuildings:

    • 4,000 sq. ft. custom and quality built main house positioned strategically at the end of the peninsula with amazing views up and down Green Lake. The main house is a showpiece with beautiful southwest exposure, floor-to-ceiling windows and wraparound deck. The current owner had the main house setup with only one main bedroom, however the lower level can easily be converted into multiple additional bedrooms. Asked the listing REALTOR® for the floorplan mockups. The main home features an exercise room, office, sitting area, art room, and walk out basement with direct access to the lawn and lake.
    • A glassed-in breezeway connects home to 900 sq. ft. garage. In addition to the attached garage there’s an additional two bay detached garage.
    • 760 sq. ft. caretakers home.
    • 760 sq. ft. guest log home.
    • 265 sq. ft. "teenager" cabin.
    • 3,600 sq. ft. barn.
    • A log barn of 720 sq. ft.
    • A massive 7,600 sq. ft. workshop is a handyman’s dream.

    Tax Details

    $5,003.56 (2023)

    Zoning

    Resource /Agricultural (RA 1)

    Legal

    LOT A, PLAN KAP81519, DISTRICT LOT 1501, LILLOOET LAND DISTRICT, & DL 3779
    PID 026-757-478

    Maps & Plans

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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.

    Location

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