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84 Acres with Commercial Building - Lillooet, BC
84 Acres with Commercial Building - Lillooet, BC
10,600 ft2 commercial building on 84 acres of agriculture land in Lillooet. Suitable for a wide variety of businesses or learning institutions. Steel construction with special wiring, heating, lighting & insulation. Fenced garden area with pond, fruit trees, grapes and vegetables.
  • Size: 84.26 acres
  • Area: SWBC
  • Price: $1,695,000
  • Listing Agent: Robbi-Layne Robertson - RLR@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-457-7603
Description :

Large two storey commercial building, 10,600 ft2 on 84 acres of agriculture land in Lillooet. Suitable for a wide variety of businesses or learning institutions. Building is steel construction with special wiring, heating, lighting, intercom and insulation. Five large production laboratories, one with a shipping/receiving bay, four research rooms, a sterile room, plus board room, five offices, reception area, two kitchens, laundry room, five washrooms and several more storage rooms. Has a fenced garden area with pond, fruit trees, grapes and vegetables. Immediately adjacent to the airport. 84 acres are relatively flat with trees and a few areas that have been cleared. Very private. Ready for a new project.


Lillooet Production Facility
Main Floor Space

  • Foyer
  • Reception
  • Stairwell 1
  • Stairwell 2
  • Office # 1 - 14’ x 14’ (96 ft2)
  • Office # 2 - 14’ x 15’ (210 ft2)
  • Men's Room - 8’ x 5’6” (944.8 ft2)
  • Ladies Room - 8’ x 6’ (48 ft2)
  • Staff Lunch/Laundry - 10’6”x 14’6” (154.7 ft2)
  • Mechanical Room - 9’6” x 5’6” (53.7 ft2)
  • Overhead Door - 10’ x 10’ (100 ft2)
  • Lab 1 - 17’ x 14’6” (248.2 ft2)
  • Lab 2 - 17’ x 14’6” (248.2 ft2)
  • Lab 3 - 17’ x 13’6” (231.2 ft2)
  • Lab 4 - 17’ x 13’6” (231.2 ft2)
  • Lab 5 - 49’ x 28’6” (1401.4 ft2)
  • Lab 6 - 19’10” x 24’6” (469.8 ft2)
  • Lab 7 - 19’10” x 24’6” (469.8 ft2)
  • Lab 8 - 19’10” x 24’6” (469.8 ft2)

Upper Floor Space

  • Boardroom - 26’x 24’’ (624 ft2)
  • Men's Room - 10’6” x 14’ (148.4 ft2)
  • Ladies Room - 10’ x 7’ (70 ft2)
  • Kitchen/Coffee Room - 7’3” x 14’ (102.2 ft2)
  • Shower/Lockers - 10’ x 6’4” (64 ft2)
  • Office # 1 - 16’10” x 14’ (225.4 ft2)
  • Office # 2 - 13’ x 18’6” (241.8 ft2)
  • Library - 13’8” x 14’ (193.2 ft2)
  • Lab 9 - 20’ x 20’6” (412 ft2)
  • Lab 10 - 24’’ x 24’6” (590.4 ft2)
  • Lab 11 - 24’ x 24’6” (590.4 ft2)
Location : Lillooet, BC
Access : Take Airport Road off of Highway 12 and follow it up the hill and around a sweeping bend. Turn left on Jones Road and then right onto Discovery Drive. This is the driveway to the property.
Improvements :
  • 10,600 ft2 building
  • Electrical and water house
  • Fenced garden area
Services :
  • Electricity
  • Septic
  • Water tank (8' x 10' x 12')
Recreation :

Popular activities in the area include:

  • Boating (Pavilion and Fountain Lakes)
  • Mountain biking
  • Fishing
  • Horseback riding
  • Gardening (you can grow anything here if you can water it)
  • Snowmobiling
  • Back country skiing
  • Gold panning
  • Hunting
  • ATVing
  • Snowmobiling
  • Ice Climbing
Area Data :

Lillooet
The town of Lillooet (population: 2,324) is spread along a grassy bench of land overlooking the mighty Fraser River and set against a backdrop of the Coast Mountains. Lillooet's spectacular geography is accompanied by a rich culture and history experienced today at heritage sites and on cultural tours.


Climate
At an elevation of 250 metres (820 feet), Lillooet enjoys a semi-arid climate with over 300 hours of sunshine during summer months and fewer than 80 days of precipitation annually, totalling 390 mm (15 inches). The low precipitation and humidity makes Lillooet an ideal location for tomatoes, hops and vineyards.

History : Founded as Mile 0 on the wagon road leading to the Cariboo and Barkerville gold fields, Lillooet was a child of the Gold Rush. At its peak the town of Lillooet swelled to almost 15,000 residents. The original town name was Cayoosh Flat because of the good grazing that cayuses (Indian Ponies) found there. The town was renamed in the mid-1860s in honour of the Leelwat First Nations people who live in the region.
Zoning : AGR: Agricultural and Rural Resource
Legal : District Lot 2 Lots 1296, 1297 and 1305 Lillooet District Plan 31053
PID 003-817-628
Taxes : $11,497 (2018)
Boundaries : This property is located immediately adjacent to the Lillooet airport. The Lillooet municipal airport is located at 325 Jones Road (exit from Highway 12 onto Airport Road) on the East side of the Fraser River. The runway is 3,990 feet long and 70 feet wide with a clearing of 50 feet and will land a 40,000 pound plane. The services provided by the Lillooet Municipal Airport are fuel sales, tie downs, pilot lounge and two trailer pad rentals. Fuel sales are via an automated Card Lock System. This system accepts VISA, MasterCard, Discover Card and the Lillooet Municipal Airport credit cards.
Map Reference : 50°40'28.29"N and 121°53'12.43"W
Listing # : 19258