Gundy Road Ranch 155 & 156 Gundy Road
Wonowon,, British Columbia V0C 2N0
This fertile ranch land is ready and waiting for its new venture with you! Zoned A-2 in the Peace River district, this ranch land has an incredible amount of potential! The land is mostly flat and the two parcels are separated by the Gundy Creek that runs through it.
Currently on the property are several older storage buildings, Propane filling stations and gas pumps that are currently generating annual revenues of $18,749.91.
The list of permitted uses in this zone is vast, here are a number of them:
(b) oil and gas activities;
(c) temporary worker camps of not more than 30 people;
(d) wood harvesting and forestry;
(e) trapping, hunting, guiding, outfitting establishments;
(f) guest ranch;
(h) equestrian centre
(i) gymkhana grounds;
(j) gravel extraction and processing;
(l) dwelling unit or dwelling units;
(m) limited agriculture;
(n) intensive agriculture;
(o) intensive livestock operations
As there is a large forested area, logging a portion of your new ranch would assist in building the ranch of your dreams!
In this zone, 2 single family dwellings are permitted on each parcel size larger than 155acres. At this size of a land offering opportunity there’s potentially room enough for a small, large parcel community.
Just north of Fort St. John and South of Fort Nelson, on Highway 97, lies Wonowon, BC. A 1.5hr drive to the ranch property from Fort St. John or just under 3hrs from Fort Nelson, your new property is accessible year-round. In Wonowon at Mile 121 / 120 Mile you find Gundy Road. Drive down Gundy Road for approximate 13 km until you come to the subject property.
Wonowon is a community in northeastern British Columbia, Canada, located at Mile 101 on Highway 97, the Alaska Highway. The present-day community’s name is derived from the mile number, "one-oh-one", however, the area was historically known as Blueberry. The community is part of the Peace River Regional District. The major business center for residents is Fort St. John.
Located east of the Rockies, the Peace River Regional District is characterized by rolling hills with grain and cattle farms. About 40% of the province's Agricultural Land Reserve is situated within the regional district. The Peace River flows west-to-east through the middle of the eastern half of the regional district.
According to BC's Ecoregion Classification System most of the Regional District is located in the Boreal Plains Ecoprovince of the Polar Ecodomain. This area is characterized by a continental climate with low year-round precipitation. About 61% of BC's bird species and 46% of all breeding species occur in this ecoprovince. This ecoprovince is divided into four ecosections: the rolling uplands with few ridges and wide valleys of the Clear Hills and Halfway Plateau ecosections, the wide plains with deeply incised rivers of the Peace Lowland ecosection, and the rolling uplands and Rocky Mountain foothills of the Kiskatinaw Plateau ecosection. These ecosections have many wetlands, ponds, and slow-moving streams the area is a major migratory corridor for water- and shorebirds.
Moose are the most common large mammal but mule and white-tailed deer, caribou, and elk are also very common. The ecosystem also supports Dall sheep, black bear, grizzly bear, and gray wolf. Fish species are restricted to freshwater fish like the Arctic grayling, northern pike, and slimy sculpin. Major tree species include white spruce, black spruce, trembling aspen, lodgepole pine, balsam poplar, tamarack, subalpine fir, and paper birch.
With such an abundance of wildlife, hunting and fishing are very popular recreation attractions of this area. However, it is a practical lottery jackpot for bird enthusiast too.
Summer and winter activities are abundant outdoors with gorgeous long days in the summer and perfect cool crisp and snowy conditions for outdoor activities like snow showing, cross country skiing and ice fishing in the winter.
With an abundance of options of what you can do with this spectacular land parcel, the opportunity of returns on your investment are huge. The forested areas of the property with the major tree species listed above are also a great potential for a swift return on your investment from the get go.
Annual revenues of gas pumps on the property are currently generating $ 18,749.91, paid over 3 payments during the course of the year.
Services to Property
none at this time!
Locations for future well sites are abundant over the 960 acres of land.
$1,775.00 (Both parcels combined)
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- Agent: Freddy Marks
- MLS Number: exclusive
- Property Type: Farm
- Land: Yes
- Commercial: Yes
- Farm: Yes