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Providing information about the greater British Columbia Area, including Mission, Harrison Hot Springs and Williams Lake!
Riverfront For Sale in Chilliwack

200 m of river frontage/1200 sq ft home

• 1,200 sq. ft., 1 bath, 3 bdrm other "Mobile Home " - $575,000 CAD - Reduced from $789,900!!

 -  Water is plentiful on this 3.72 acre deeded acreage with a terraced like setting on the picturesque Chilliwack River.
Just 15 minutes away from Chilliwack, the views of the mountains are overwhelming. Approximate 200 m of River frontage, a beautiful garden and a Fly fisherman’s heaven are welcoming you.
The mobile on the property is in outstanding shape and offers all the amenities you need until your dream home on this diamond in the rough is built.

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57 ACres Land For Sale in Clearwater

surrounded by Wells Gray Park

 $150,000 CAD - Make your offer!!!

 -  Are you thinking of building or developing a recreational retreat, guest ranch, hobby ranch or RV park? This is an amazing opportunity to own 57.24 acres surrounded by well-renowned Wells Gray Park that welcomes local and international visitors all year-round. Nestled in the pristine wilderness, this acreage has a creek that runs through the lot, allowing you to enjoy this unique investment feature.

Besides beautiful creek side atmosphere, there are also many developed trails in the area. In addition, this region is also known for an abundance of many remote lakes, making this an ideal investment for developing accommodation and lodging to meet a broad range of styles. True paradise for all outdoors lovers and your opportunity to meet their needs!

The lot has a potential for sub-division. For more details, please contact Linda or Freddy Marks.

Fully furnished and updated Cabin For Sale in Clearwater

Beaver Wilderness Cabin

• 796 sq. ft., 1 bath, 2 bdrm 2 story - $275,000 CAD 

 -  One of the most beautiful recreational homes on 115 acres in the area of Wells Gray Park. Beaver House is a great choice for creating a perfect family or recreational home in sustainable environment of the beautiful North Thompson Valley. Full services incl. electricity, shallow well, and septic, make this stunning house a perfect place to live all year round.

This 2-level house features hardwood floors and beautiful contemporary wood frame design with 2 spacious bedrooms located upstairs; cozy living room and kitchen downstairs. Both living room and kitchen offer plenty of natural light thanks to the large windows.

The house is set in the area with endless recreational opportunities. Enjoy canoeing on the Murtle Lake, one of the best places to canoe in North America; or hiking the spectacular Helmcken Falls Rim Trail. Discover skiing in the Cariboo Mountains, well-known for the consistent and high quality powder. You will never run out of the outdoors activities, this place has to offer!

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Ranch Land For Sale in Riske Creek

Great long term investment

 -  These 320 acres are located in Riske Creek near Williams Lake, on Hwy 20 to Bella Coola. Opportunities for hunting, fishing, riding and all kind of winter activities are waiting everywhere in this Region. This is Horse and Cattle country. Get your piece of the Chilcotin.
Several direct adjoining properties are listed with us as well. You could start a smaller or bigger Ranch right here. Bring your ideas.
GST will be applicable to the purchase.

Riske Creek is located on the Bella Coola Highway (Highway 20), 29 miles (46 km) west of Williams Lake. The Chilcotin country stretches from the Fraser River to the Coast Mountains. The landscape is dramatic and ever changing, rivers, rock formations, ancient lava flows, hundreds of lakes and the majestic Coast Mountains towering in the distance. Here one finds drastic contrasts: vast ice fields and deep valleys to the west and the sweeping open spaces of grassland on the eastern reaches of the plateau.

Wild life intermingles with the cattle herds which roam freely beyond the confines of the ranches on the open range. The Chilcotin is home to the last huge ranches in BC, the famous Chezacut Ranch, the Gang Ranch and many others are still running thousands of head of cattle and the cowboy lifestyle is not just a romantic notion but a way of life.
Besides cattle ranching, the Chilcotin plateau is also a rich source of timber. Planer and saw mills are located on the plateau and unprocessed logs are transported to the mills in Williams Lake, the service center for the Chilcotin.

GST will be applicable

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REDUCED Bar M7 Ranch +/- 2230 Acres, 17 Titles in Riske Creek

Riske Creek, Cariboo Regional District  -  Announcing a price reduction on REDUCED Bar M7 Ranch +/- 2230 Acres, 17 Titles, a ranch. Now MLS® $1,841,800 CAD - Motivated to sell!.

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Moon Meadow Ranch / Riske Creek reduced from $699,000 to $652,500 in Riske Creek

Riske Creek, Cariboo Regional District  -  Announcing a price reduction on Moon Meadow Ranch / Riske Creek reduced from $699,000 to $652,500, a lot / land. Now MLS® $540,000 CAD - $ 800 per acre.

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320 Acres For Sale in Alexis Creek

Not on Property
2 Lots/ 2 Titles

$119,000 CAD - Priced to be SOLD!

 -  A new world to Conquer 320 acres of pristine beauty with a year-round creek. Completely off the grid, a perfect setting for your future recreational home. The region is known for its great hunting and fishing. Explore Nazko Provincial Park which is close by and enjoy the rural wilderness that this property has to offer.
Great Land Value! Two Titles!

From Williams Lake head west to Alexis Creek on Hwy 20, five miles outside Alexis Creek (just past Bull Canyon Provincial Park) take Alexis Lake road north. Alexis Lake road will meet the 4600 road, keep left, then take Clusko / Tzazati road (right) for 8 km, then take River Brown road (left) and go 2 km. No Sign on this road! If you cross Aneko creek while on River Brown rd, you have gone too far. Property is 45 miles (74km) from Alexis Creek.
The 2 lots are 400 meters off River Brown road.

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The small community of Alexis Creek is located on the Highway 20, which connects Bella Coola on the west coast with Williams Lake.
Near Alexis Creek are Bull Canyon and Battle Rock, sites of numerous fierce battles fought against the Chilcotin, who were defending their territory against invasions by the Shuswap and Bella Coola tribes
Alexis Creek is the service centre for the East Chilcotin region, and is the location of the Forest Service office, which is a good source of information on access to recreation in the Alexis Creek area.

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Apartment For Sale in Harrison Hot Springs

River View and Mount Cheam View

• 1,025 sq. ft., 2 bath, 2 bdrm apartment - MLS® $219,000 CAD

 -  Two Blocks from the beach!
With a convenient second floor location this two bedroom condo looks right at the Miami River and Mount Cheam. It comes with in suite laundry, a gas fireplace and five appliances. This three story complex features underground parking, bike storage, a separate storage unit and a meeting/play room on the third and second floor. Walk to the Village restaurants, shops, entertainment or just take a stroll along the beach. Within 90 minutes of Vancouver and within 45 minutes of the Hemlock Valley Ski Resort.
Bring the boat and sunscreen; we're off to the Lake.

Nestled against Southwestern British Columbia`s magnificent mountains and the sandy beaches of Harrison Lake, a short 90 minutes’ drive east of Vancouver, the village of Harrison Hot Springs is filled with rich history, natural wonders, incredible economic opportunities, and entrepreneurial spirit.

Designated a Resort Municipality by the Province of BC, Harrison Hot Springs is a tourism hotspot for Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley residents and international visitors looking for a getaway .

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Office or Reatil Space For Sale in Harrison Hot Springs

Just one Block from the Beach

• 1,057 sq. ft., 1 bath commercial - MLS® $149,900 CAD

 -  Here is your opportunity to open up a business in the beautiful Resort Community Harrison Hot Springs. This commercial strata/retail unit is located on Lillooet Ave, just one block from the Beach and shores of Harrison Lake.
Currently set up as a doctors clinic with 4 exams rooms, office and reception area. A great location next to the Ramada Hotel and across from the Harrison Post Office. You can expect a lot of foot traffic here. Freshly painted from the inside and in good condition from the outside. All you have to do is set up shop! Monthly strata fees are $273.77

Give us a call to arrange a viewing 604-491-1060

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Nestled against Southwestern British Columbia`s magnificent mountains and the sandy beaches of Harrison Lake, a short 90 minutes’ drive east of Vancouver, the village of Harrison Hot Springs is filled with rich history, natural wonders, incredible economic opportunities, and entrepreneurial spirit.

Designated a Resort Municipality by the Province of BC, Harrison Hot Springs is a tourism hotspot for Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley residents looking for a getaway and international visitors alike.

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Lakeview Home on Bridge Lake

3 Bed / 2 Bath on 2.4 acres

• 2,400 sq. ft., 2 bath, 3 bdrm  - $275,000 CAD

 -  Recharge your batteries living in this 3 bedroom and den well cared of log home. Situated on over 2 acres right across from a public access to the shores of Bridge Lake. Relax on the large size veranda while enjoying the lake view at daytime and snuggle up at the stone fireplace in the evening. Enjoy the warm and cozy atmosphere the cedar and log interior will give you while planning your next day fishing trip. You wont come short on storage either with a 3 bay carport and a work studio.

Bridge Lake (historically known as Greater Fish Lake) is a lake in the Interlakes District of the South Cariboo region of the Interior of British Columbia, Canada. It is the source of Bridge Creek which runs in a curving course west and then northeast to Canim Lake via the town of 100 Mile House. The lake is approximately 16 km² in area and is 1136 m in elevation. It is located 560 km north of Vancouver and around 140 km northwest of Kamloops in the Interlakes District close to the Little Fort Highway (BC Highway 24). It and its neighbours Sheridan Lake and Lac des Roches are the largest lakes along the Interlakes Highway.
The community of Bridge Lake (pop. 500) and Bridge Lake Centennial Provincial Park are located at the eastern end of the lake. Just east of Bridge Lake is Lac des Roches while just west of it is Sheridan Lake; the three are the largest lakes in the district between Canim Lake to the north and Bonaparte lake to the southeast.

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Lakefrontage For Sale in Big Lake

Ranch & Lakefrontage are a rare find !

 -  Paddle your own canoe across tranquil waters, walk your dog along the south shores of Parker Lake, view magnificent sunsets from your deck. As the owner of this 135 acre property, you will rejoice in all nature has to offer. This year-round accessible property comes with several outbuildings, workshop, storage shed and an old guest cabin. The buildings have been vacant for years and are in need of a handyman. Power is close by and you are minutes to the Big Lake Community Hall and Store. The property once was set up as self-sufficient off grid property. But how much of the old system is still workable is questionable.
Access is granted through an easement. The completely quiet and private setting offers several beautiful buildings sites. The Timber Boys from Pioneer Log Homes in Williams Lake are ready to build your dream in logs on this property. And even when you are not in the log home market this property is a jewel. A very special place only 45 minutes from Williams Lake and within the Volunteer Fire Dept. area ($100/year).

Location: Big Lake is located in the Central Cariboo region of British Columbia, east of the City of Williams Lake. At 150 Mile House, 15 km south of Williams Lake on BC Hwy 97, turn east onto the Horsefly Road. A couple of miles later, turn left onto the Likely Road. Big Lake is located on the Likely Road about 40 km (25 mi) from 150 Mile House.
Viewscape: Big Lake is surrounded by hilly terrain. The south side is mainly coniferous forest of pine, fir and spruce, with cottages, an elementary school, community hall and lake access. The north shore consists mainly of cleared ranch and residential land with poplar and aspen groves. Two public lake access roads can be found on the north side. There are two sunken islands in this very beautiful lake.
(Source: http://www.bcadventure.com )

Land at Big Lake, a sizeable body of water located twenty-four miles northeast of the 150 Mile House, was first settled by A. Anderson, William Nicholl, and George Agard, who pre-empted 480 acres there in June 1862. The lack of further development at this site indicates that the pre-emption was made on the assumption that the wagon road to the goldfields would pass this way. When the road was built via Soda Creek and Quesnelle Mouth instead, the property was abandoned.

Thirty-four years later, in October 1896, William Parker, a quiet, well-mannered young man from Wisconsin, applied for 343 acres of land situated “on the north shore of Big Lake, near the road to the 150 Mile House.” Having established his own stage line and obtained the mail contract, Parker and his associates built a large stopping house, barns, and cowsheds on the north end of the lake. An article in the BC Mining Journal of 4 July 1895 stated: “Mr. Parker was for many years a trusted employee of the BC Express Co., and drove from Quesnelle to the 83 Mile House and back, for several years, and is now in the employ of the government, as a special policeman.” His appointment as special policeman was to ensure the safe delivery of gold bullion, via Parker’s Stage Line, from Hobson’s mine on the Quesnel River to Ashcroft.

The Big Lake stopping house, a large, squared-log building operated by Parker’s housekeeper, Mrs. McNutt, was a lively place during the early 1900’s. With a post office located in the roadhouse, and a constant flow of overnight guests travelling on Parker’s Stage Line, Mrs. McNutt was a busy woman. A 1900 advertisement in the Ashcroft Journal read:

Parker’s Stage Line
Leaving Ashcroft every Monday for Clinton, 150 Mile, Quesnelle Forks, Cariboo
Mine, and Horsefly. Stage will connect with steamer “Charlotte” at Soda Creek
for Quesnelle, Barkerville, and other northern points.

While most ranches in the area raised only cattle, William Parker also kept flocks of sheep, which were butchered and sold to the mines. As he grew older, he became very hard of hearing, finally resorting to carrying scraps of paper on which people wrote messages. While he was never ill a day in his life, Bill Parker died in his sleep on 16 September 1927 due to high blood pressure.

The Big Lake Ranch and lodge was purchased in 1939 by Paddy Harrison (nee Patricia F. Wynn Johnson) and her husband “Pack” of Alkali Lake. When Pack died a year later, Paddy carried on until her marriage to Harold Cripps, an employee of the Wynn Johnsons at Alkali. During this time, a Mrs. Clegg ran the Big Lake Lodge. In 1954, shortly after the Big Lake Ranch was sold, the old house burned down.
(Source: http://biglakeranch.net/ )

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Nice Family Home For Sale in Clearwater

Walking distance to the river!

 -  It´s your move and we have just the home. A 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom rancher in the friendliest neighbourhood of Clearwater. Walking distance to the river and many upgraded throughout the home. 

The home is located on a corner lot and comes with a fully insulated detached shop. A 40 amp sub panel and concrete flooring. A brand new roof was installed in 2011. The home boasts a new coat of paint, new washer and dryer, new pressure tank and a brand new hot tub. It’s easy living with this open floor plan including a large kitchen with ample cupboard space as well as pantry. The property boasts several fruit trees, raised garden beds and a greenhouse for all your gardening needs.

The home is currently rented out. What a great package!

Area Info:
Clearwater is a district municipality in the North Thompson River valley in British Columbia, Canada, where the Clearwater River empties into the North Thompson River. It is located 124 km (77 mi) north of Kamloops. With a population of 2,331, Clearwater's workforce is predominantly employed directly or indirectly by the forest industry. Tourism and related outdoors and sports services are also major industries, with Wells Gray Provincial Park just to the north. The park encompasses 5,250 square kilometres, with four rivers, six major lakes, and 39 named waterfalls, including Canada's fourth highest, Helmcken Falls.
Clearwater has two schools: Raft River Elementary with approximately 300 students and Clearwater Secondary School with about 225 students. Clearwater Secondary School's team sports are named "The Raiders" and include soccer, volleyball, and basketball.

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Lakefront Cabin for People with Low Budget For Sale in McLeese Lake

This is your view!
Kokanee fishing @ your own dock!

• 772 sq. ft., 2 bath, 2 bdrm  - $159,000 CAD - 97 ft of Lake Frontage

 -  This McLeese Lake water front house may be where you find everything you have been looking for! With 97 feet of Lake Frontage, the property provides easy access to the water, spectacular views and a private dock – all in the small, close knit community of McLeese Lake. The bonus: you are only 30 minutes from Williams Lake!

The home has two bedrooms, a full bathroom, an en-suite off the main bedroom, a modern kitchen, a bright living room and a large deck that overlooks the lake. There are large windows throughout, which allows for plenty of natural light. The colour scheme features warm, neutral colors and natural wood accents. The main floor of the home has tile floors, while the upstairs is carpeted.

This is more than just your average cottage on the lake; it is more a modern home on the lake, with all of the conveniences of being close to the amenities of both the small town of McLeese Lake, and the larger center of Williams Lake.

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McLeese Lake has a population of 300 and is a popular recreation area. People come here to enjoy the breathtaking scenery and remote wilderness of BC's Cariboo region.

McLeese Lake is one of the best fishing lakes in BC. Rainbow Trout and Kokanee Salmon are the two main species of fish found in McLeese Lake, and have been known to reach up to 4 pounds.

The lake is monitored and stocked as needed. The nearby Quesnel Lake, east of McLeese Lake, is the largest lake in the Cariboo region. This is another favorite amongst fishing enthusiasts.

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Commercial Property in Down Town Chilliwack

18,295 Large Lot

$ 548,000 CAD

The former Chilliwack Municipality Hall calls this lot its home. It is located on a large 18,295 Square feet property and offers many opportunities with the ideal central location.

It has long been a predominantly agricultural community, but with an estimated population of 80,000 people, it has become more urban. Chilliwack is the seat of the Fraser Valley Regional District and its second largest city. The city is surrounded by mountains and recreational areas such as Cultus Lake and Chilliwack Lake Provincial Parks. There are many outdoor activities in the area, including hiking, horseback riding, biking, camping, fishing, and golf.

Chilliwack is located in the Upper Fraser Valley, 100 kilometres (60 mi) east of Vancouver on the Trans Canada Highway. The city is bounded on the north by the Fraser River, and on the south by the Canada-United States border.

Chilliwack is surrounded by tall mountain peaks, such as Mount Cheam and Slesse Mountain, and large rivers (the Fraser and Vedder). The city, once a small agricultural town, "has become an example of sprawling suburbia and bad city planning." Efforts to revitalize the languishing downtown, and to curb the spread of housing subdivisions into valuable farmland, have proved challenging.

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New Renovated Home / Harrison Hot Springs

Its your move and we have just the home!

• 1,900 sq. ft., 2 bath, 3 bdrm 2 story - MLS® $348,900 CAD

  -  A vegetable garden that would be the envy of any farmer will make your green thumb itch. The Home has bright spacious rooms including 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. A completely renovated house with a new kitchen, ceramic tiles, laminate flooring and a newly finished basement. A lovely wrap around balcony is accessible off the kitchen. Let your kids play in the fully fenced yard while you enjoy the sunshine on your deck in this friendly neighbourhood of Harrison Hot Springs. Did we mention the extra large garden? A garden lovers dream! Plant and vegetable beds are already in place and are growing away. The driveway was newly paved in 2008 as well as the roof shingles were done.

Located just a few blocks from fabulous Harrison Lake….enjoy Sunday strolls to the water to relax over coffee and mingle with the tourists.

For information about Harrison Hot Springs feel free to use these two links:

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