18 Acre Lakefront Rental Income property in Likely/ Former Government Property / District Forestry Building

5989 Cedar Creek Road, Likely, British Columbia V0L 1N0
Lake-frontage

18 Acres of flat Commercial Property with Great RV / Mobile Home Park Potential on a Paved Road @ the Shores of Quesnel Lake

Sometimes in Life, Opportunities arise!

This former Government property on Quesnel Lake in the beautiful Village of Likely offers more than only one opportunity!

The Features include:

  •  Good Timber Value on 18 acres 
  • steady Rental Income 
  • 500 feet water frontProvincial Park on both sides
  • Cedar Creek flows down the complete west boundary
  • 60% in natural forest (interior wet belt)
  • Paved access
  • 7 unit rental building and nine trailer pads with power, water, and sewer.
  • Three separate sewer systems
  • Own water system with no restrictions
  • Four hydrometers
  • 1400 square foot deluxe workshop
  • Fuel storage shed, four-bay storage shed with office
  • Helipad and large rock barbeque 
  • Located right at Quesnel Lake, the deepest fiord lake in North America
  • East Arm 79 miles long, North Arm 47 miles long
  • Rainbow trout to 25lbs, lake trout to 30lbs
  • Dozens of lakes within 45 min that produce 1lb rainbows
  • World-class kayaking on two natural rivers within 10 min
  • Chinook (King) salmon, sockeye and Coho are in the rivers
  • 1100 yard long community maintained airfield 4 miles away
  • Commercial AirPort 1 hour away, 1-hour flight to Vancouver
  • Store, gas, bar, post office, school to year seven all within 4 miles
  • Wilderness setting with endless tourist opportunities
  • Good Timber value Fir / Spruce / Cedar
  • Already existing Income from 7 rooms ( each for $ 450 p, month ) and 2 RV pads (each for $ 350) 
  • complete Income from rentals p. anno $ 46,200.00 

In our opinion, is this one of the properties on the entire Quesnel Lake with the most potential. 

The location on the lake with paved road easy access leaves no book closed. Imagine a new subdivision here. Or a high-end RV Park, a holiday vacation park with cabin rentals or an exclusive Waterfront Hotel with Winter and Summer Program attractions. It will be your choice with unlimited opportunities. 

Interior Features

ACCESS:

Fly or drive to Williams Lake and follow the signs to Likely. In Likely, you take the Cedar Creek Road until you reach the property.  

SERVICES:

Power, High-Speed Internet, Septic, Well -Water, Phone,

  

PROPERTY INSURANCE : 

No info at this time/ needs to be confirmed.

  

 ABOUT THE WELL:

 By a report of the owners, there are no problems known with the well for the property.

 

ABOUT THE SEPTIC:

By a report of the owners, there are no problems known with the Septic System for the property.

 

 ZONING:

 RS1

 

  TAXES:

  $ 2006 for 2020

 

  PID & LEGAL 

  015-177-254 DISTRICT LOT 6320 CARIBOO LAND DISTRCIT

Exterior Features

AREA DATA:

Likely is a town in British ColumbiaCanada. It is located in the Cariboo region of the province and is situated where the west arm of Quesnel Lake empties into the Quesnel River. Roads from Likely lead southwest to Williams Lake, northwest to Quesnel, south to Horsefly, and north to Barkerville. Likely is in the Quesnel Highland, a transition zone between the Cariboo Plateau and the Cariboo Mountains.

Likely is one of the few remaining Cariboo Gold Rush settlements. Likely was originally called Quesnel Dam. The name was changed to honour John A. Likely of the Bullion Pit Mine, who was affectionately called "Plato" for his tendency to philosophise.

The Quesnel River was dammed near Likely in 1898 to enable downriver areas to be explored for gold. One such site became the Bullion Pit mine, which operated from 1892 to 1942. In 1935, this mine became the site of the largest hydraulic monitors ever installed in North America. (Hydraulic monitors are high-pressure and high-volume water nozzles used to blast away bedrock for mining.)

Over 64 kilometres of canals were constructed to draw water from nearby lakes and creeks to feed the hydraulic nozzles, which used more water each day than the entire city of Vancouver did at the time. Today, the Bullion Pit stands as an astonishing man-made canyon measuring 3 kilometres long by 400 feet (120 m) deep. It displaced 12,000,000 cubic yards (9,200,000 m3) of gravel.

Bactrian camels were used as pack animals during the Cariboo Gold Rush. One was shot at Beaver Valley, near Likely, by a prospector named Morris, when he mistook it for a giant grizzly bear.

Main article: Cariboo camels

Quesnel Lake is the largest lake in the Cariboo, with the North Arm extending 77 kilometres and the East Arm reaching out 100 kilometres. Ten to 16 pound rainbow troutlake trout up to 30 or 40 pounds, as well as kokanee can all be caught by fishermen and fisherwomen.

A highlight of a visit to Likely in late summer includes watching thousands of salmon migrate up the Quesnel River to their spawning grounds in the Horsefly and Mitchell Rivers. Visitors can also explore the historic ghost town of Quesnel Forks, only 11 km to the northwest.

Cedar Point Park, an impressive stand of yellow cedar on the shores of Quesnel Lake, is also a nice spot to visit. Cedar Point is now a park and campground. One of the Twin Giants (huge Vulcan steam shovels purchased in 1906 to dig a canal from Spanish Lake to the Bullion Mines) now lies there. The shovels weighed approximately 22,000 pounds each, and were shipped in pieces from Toledo, Ohio. Transported first by rail then by wagon to a site below the dam on Spanish Lake, they were assembled and placed on railway tracks to begin digging the ditch. It was reported that $20,000 were spent before the operations were suspended, leaving the shovels where they stopped work in the year 1907. (The other Twin Giant is now in Quesnel).

References: 1. Gold and Grand Dreams, Marie Elliott (Horsdal & Shubart)

SOURCE WIKIPEDIA

More Info about Likely @ http://www.likely-bc.ca/

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