Affordable 4.23 commercial acres with frontage on Highway 20. The property is tucked away off the highway, partially treed with a small pond, a pull through driveway & well-built storage shed. Perfect location for a home, to park your travel trailer, a storage unit, or tourism business.
Foreign Buyer Ban does not apply to this property
Affordable, south facing, 4.32-acre property with a small storage shed and pull through driveway. The property offers easy access from Highway 20 with a cleared, level building site to build your own full-time home or dream recreational cabin. You can pull your RV out, and come and go to your own, year-round RV site. The lower portion of the property offers a small wetland area with a pond and endless bird watching.
The zoning is Commercial (C1) offering an excellent opportunity for a small business directly across the road from Nimpo Lake with excellent views, resorts, public boat launch and numerous tourist accommodations.
Whether you are looking for a lot to build a home, a recreational getaway or a place to store your hunting/fishing gear, this property offers a very unique opportunity in a slower paced environment. The area is rich in wildlife, across the road from excellent fishing, a short drive to amazing snow-machining and surrounded by endless trails for exploring on your horses or quads.
21119 Chilcotin Highway 20/Otter Road - Nimpo Lake, BC
Nimpo Lake is just 3 hours west of Williams Lake and 2 hours east of Bella Coola on Chilcotin Highway 20.
Very easy access on well-maintained paved roads. Follow Highway 20 West 290 km from Williams Lake through the Towns of Alexis Creek, Tatla Lake through to Nimpo Lake.
From Bella Coola, follow Highway 20 East approximately 200 km through Hagensborg, over Heckman Pass, through Tweedsmuir Park and continue past Anahim Lake to Nimpo Lake.
The property follows Highway 20 to Otter Road. You can access the property off the highway or off of Otter Road.
Nimpo Lake has appropriately been named the “Floatplane Capital of B.C.” and presently has two air charter companies providing a host of services to the many visitors. It also has many private float plane docks around the lake. Sightseeing charters are very popular because so much of this scenic area is only accessible by air. Nimpo Lake is a favourite stop for many pilots flying on their way to the Yukon or Alaska who have become accustomed to refuelling here.
Nimpo Lake is at 3,655 ft elevation with spectacular views of the Coast Mountain Range to the south. It is a relatively calm lake, well known for its trout fishing, kayaking, canoeing or just drifting with a fishing line.
The Nimpo Lake Community can also satisfy your needs with a general store, fuel station, a bakery, a restaurant and many full service accommodations.
There are many alpine and high altitude lakes in the area for camping, fishing, hunting and hiking. A day will not go by in the summer when you won’t see a floatplane take off of the lake carrying visitors on a flightseeing tour to the Turner Lake chain for a multi-day canoe trip, or for a day of fishing on one of the pristine fly in lakes. Provincial campsite on Turner Lake (15 min flight) a few kilometres from World famous Hunlen Falls. A plateau surrounded by four mountain ranges and, reportedly, 800 lakes within 80 kilometres!
Partially treed with pine and birch with a large wetland area.
Nimpo Lake is long, deep, and packed full of great fishing. As if the lake itself weren’t enough, it’s also part of the Dean River system, which in itself is world-class fishing. Hiking trails and cross country skiing at Nimpo' community hall a block distant.
Many species of wildlife can been seen in the area including deer, moose, caribou, bears, wolves, cougars and several species of birds.
South is the snow-capped Southern Coastal Mountain Range, Itcha Mountains to the north with Ulkatcho and Rainbow ranges to the west, tranquil lakes and expansive grasslands. Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake have year-round outdoor adventure opportunities. These include fishing, canoeing, hiking, horseback riding, bird watching, cross-country skiing, ice-fishing, snowmobiling for just a few examples. Nearby parks—Tweedsmuir provincial Park to the west, Itcha Ilgachuz Provincial Park to the north, and Tsyl'os Provincial Park to the southeast—also provide incredible wilderness recreation terrain.
Anahim Lake is surrounded by an abundance of wildlife, hunting, fishing, trail riding, hiking trails and year-round recreational outdoor activities. It can be referred to as the gateway to Tweedsmuir Park offering beautiful summer hiking trails and epic winter snowmachining. Anahim Lake is also the trailhead for the Precipice, the Rainbow Mountain Range and Mt. Kappan lookout. It is known for its fishing because of its easy access to numerous surrounding lakes and the world-famous Dean River. You can find endless opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in this vast area.
52°20'28.03"N and 125° 8'43.44"W
Internet and Telus Fiber Optics being installed throughout Nimpo area
Small storage shed.
Lot C DL 1800 Range 3 Coast District Plan 29048
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