Mitchell Bay Lakefront Home on 2.8 Acres 5403 Mitchell Bay
Stunning Quesnel Lake property with 400 feet of beach frontage awaits your ideas at 5403 Mitchell Bay Road. Live a year round lake front dream lifestyle or make this your private seasonal rec paradise. A waterfront investment in an extremely private and beautiful location.
The property has a private driveway off a residential gravel side road with little traffic, 25kms to services in Horsefly and 90kms from the city of Williams Lake. Currently used as a seasonal residence, this home is built for rear round residency and offers both privacy and direct access to the wide gravel and rock beaches that slope down to the waters edge. The lot has a treed perimeter with a very private home site, positioned upon a slight rise above the beach and semi-landscaped around the dwelling. Built in1986, this 1,040 sq.ft. home is wood frame with wood siding on concrete sono-tube foundation with metal roofing. The two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, living room, dining room, laundry room and have a combination of ceramic tile, hardwood and laminate flooring and drywall and tongue & groove wood walls. Baseboard electric heating and free standing wood fireplace, 100 Amp electrical service, drilled well, septic system, electric hot water tank and mixed PVC & Copper plumbing.
The property has direct lake access to take in all the water play you can imagine including; fishing, kayaking, swimming, and exploring the endless shoreline. The house has a large lakefront sun deck that offers stunning panoramic views of lake and distant mountain views. This semi-landscaped lot has a moderate slope with open grasslawn and a detached garage/workshop for a vehicle, toys or storage.
The Horsefly/ Quesnel Lake area is known for its year round abundant outdoor activities and natural remote splendour.
Quesnel Lake is a glacial lake or fjord in British Columbia, and is the major tertiary of the Fraser River. With a maximum depth of 610 meters, it is claimed to be the deepest fjord lake in the world, the fifth-deepest lake in BC, and the deepest lake in the Cariboo Region.