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Marshall Lake Acreage
Marshall Lake Acreage
Off-grid property close to Marshall Lake. Wilderness get-away or develop into more permanent homestead. 10.90 acres with a water license on Brett Creek. 8 x 16 ft building with wood stove & a second 8 x 8 ft building with composting toilet. Unplug and go outside!
  • Size: 10.90 acres
  • Area: SWBC
  • Price: $131,000
  • Listing Agent: Robbi-Layne Robertson - RLR@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-457-7603
Description : Off grid property close to Marshall Lake. Wilderness getaway or develop into more permanent homestead. 10.90 acres with a water licence on Brett Creek. 8 x 16 ft building with wood stove for those more inclement days, porch and deck for sunny days and long summer evenings, and lights that can be hookep up to a car battery for additional illumination. Second 8 x 8 ft building with composting toilet. Ready to use property.
Location :

Marshall Lake Road - Marshall Lake, Bridge River Valley. Marshall Lake is located half way between Gold Bridge and the Terzaghi Dam on Road 40.

The Bridge River Valley is Vancouver’s closest immersive wilderness experience lying 300 km north of Vancouver and 100 km west of Lillooet. The Valley is accessible by car, snowmobile, floatplane and helicopter. About four hours from Vancouver and only two hours from Whistler, the most direct route in summer (May - October) is Highway 99 to Pemberton and across the Hurley River Forest Service Road which climbs a stunning 5,500 feet over Railroad Pass. The Hurley is a summer 4×4 only road with snowmobile access in the winter.

Highway 99/Duffey Lake Road to Lillooet and Route 40 to Gold Bridge is an alternate year-round route suitable for all vehicles. It is a combination of paved and gravel surfaces. This route crosses spectacular mountain terrain complete with waterfalls, wildlife viewing and takes approximately three hours from Whistler. Road condition updates can be found on www.DriveBC.ca. Another route is via Highway 1/12 in Hope and Lytton to Lillooet which is 6 hours from Vancouver.

Road 40 is a year-round mountain road, well maintained by Interior Roads in Gold Bridge. The road is a mixed of paved and gravel surfaces. Always watch for falling rocks and wildlife. The drive is spectacular with the colours and water levels of the Carpenter Lake Reservoir changing with the seasons.

The Hurley Forest Service Road is a 4×4 road which is only accessible to vehicles in the summer. It’s a wild ride and the scenery is breathtaking! In the winter, ride your snowmobile over from the Pemberton Meadows to Bralorne. For Hurley Road updates check ISurvivedTheHurley.com. A card lock gas station is located in Gold Bridge and takes credit cards for gas and diesel.

Access : Property is on the right side of the Marshall Lake Road between the 79 and 80 marker. There are two developed properties just before it. One at 8008 Marshall Lake Rd has black with white trim buildings and sits fairly close and open to the road, and is fenced and gated. The next property is also fenced and has a dark green building in a clearing which sits further back from the road. There is a slight treed bend in the road and the property driveway comes up as the bend straightens out. Not easily seen. A large diameter metal pipe is placed along the ditch to enable ditch crossing. There is a cable across the drive with white PVC pipe on it for visibility. Buildings cannot be seen from the road. The next driveway is immediately beside subject property with large metal gate.
Improvements :
  • 8 x 16 ft building
  • 8 x 8 ft building
Services : Water Licence on Brett Creek
Recreation :

Remote and completely unplugged Marshall Lake area is a true escape with great horseback riding, camping, hiking and quad dual sport trails. Please respect signage indicating non-motorized zones and know the Alpine riding regulations.

The Bridge River Valley has multiple lakes and rivers and no shortage of fish. Great angling can be found on almost all the lakes and rivers in the valley. Pearson Pond, Mowson Pond, Tyaughton Lake, Plateau Ponds, Lajoie Lake and Kingdom Lakes are all perfect fishing lakes with Rainbow Trout, Eastern Brooke Trout, Kokanee and Bull Trout. The fish weigh in at about 1 - 3 lbs on average, however fish 10 - 18 lbs have been landed as well. Float plane and helicopter fishing trips are also available.

Sightseeing in the Valley is world class and spectacular views will surround you. Winter is more than snowmobiling and backcountry skiing in the Bridge River Valley but these are what the area is renowned for over the winter season. Ice skating on a frozen lake can’t be beat when conditions permit. Residents build and maintain rinks on most of the lakes. Ice fishing is a truly Canadian experience, Bridge River Valley’s lakes have great fishing winter and summer. Cross-country skiing on the frozen lakes is fun and relatively easy. Snowshoeing is a wonderful way to experience travel like the first explorers and a great way to see the gorgeous sights.

Area Data :

For the best info on the area check out the Bridge River Valley website. Much of the content in this brochure is from there.

The Bridge River Valley teems with life of all kinds. Grab your camera and go exploring. You are sure to see some amazing species. Local wildlife includes: mule deer, moose, bighorn mountain sheep, black bear, grizzly bear, wolf, coyote, cougar, bobcat, lynx, wolverine, fisher, marten, snowshoe hare and otters. Bird lovers can spot: grouse: dusky (blue), ruffed and spruce; ptarmigan, chukar partridge, gray partridge, pheasant, mourning doves, coots, ducks, geese, falcons, eagles, hawks, great herons, trumpeter swans, loons and owls.

History :

In the late 1800s gold prospectors traveled upstream from the Fraser River searching for the “mother lode” and discovered the Bridge River Valley and all its geological wonder and a gold rush soon started. During the years of 1933-1941 population was in the thousands and the area was booming. The last big mine in Bralorne closed its doors in 1971 and settlements like Bradian became ghost towns. Over 4 million ounces of gold was produced from the valley. Bralorne Mine is operational once again and the mine is milling gold and employs 50 people.

Several of these town sites are still in evidence today and include the existing communities of Bralorne and Gold Bridge, along with many abandoned towns in the valley such as Pioneer, Bradian and Minto which was flooded for the Bridge River BC Hydro Project.

Visit the Bralorne Pioneer Museum to experience the lives and hear the stories of the Bridge River Valley pioneers. The Museum has recently moved locations to Main Street in Bralorne.

Find your own gold at the Haylmore Heritage Site, former home of prospector and mine recording officer for Gold Bridge Will Haylmore. The site is open May to September offering half day tours, gold panning and local arts and crafts at the Rockwall Gallery. Historical landmarks are plentiful in the valley. Serious history buffs, geocachers or families looking for an adventure back in time will find ghost towns, historical buildings and fascinating abandoned mine sites to explore. Check out geocaching.com for nearby caches.

Zoning : RR1 Rural Resource
PID 026-006-383
Taxes : $468.80 (2017)
Boundaries : Squamish Lillooet Regional District, SLRD Area A
Map Reference : 50°53'40.57"N and 122°30'56.67"W
Listing # : 18282