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10 Acres near Horse Lake - 100 Mile House, South Cariboo
10 Acres near Horse Lake - 100 Mile House, South Cariboo
Foothills Subdivision - 10 acres near Horse Lake and only 15 minutes to 100 Mile House. Hydro services for 2 residences as well as roadway in to level building site just waiting for you and your extended family.
  • Size: 10 acres
  • Area: CARIBOO
  • Price: $125,000
  • Listing Agent: Wendy Patten - wendy@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-718-0298
Description :

This 10 acre parcel in Foothills Subdivision could be just what you’ve been looking for! Located near Horse Lake and only 15 minutes from 100 Mile House it would suit horse ownership or a hobby farm to share with extended family. Two separate hydro services are already in place, including a large level sunny exposure building site. The property is amply treed with evergreens and aspens and has a mix of mild rises and open spaces.

The driveway entrance is through a log archway which is attached to a section of post and rail fencing. There has been a start to new posts made across the frontage and down the south side of the property.

Foothills Road is a well maintained wide gravel road coming off of paved S. Horse Lake Road. It is a no through road ending with Crown land accessibility nearby. Neighbouring properties are all privately situated large acreages with one providing an Equestrian Centre. School buses stop at the Foothills and S. Horse Lake Road junction approximately l/4 km from the property taking students to French Immersion Elementary or Senior Secondary schools in 100 Mile House. Half a kilometre away in the opposite direction is the popular Horse Lake Elementary.

Location : 6525 Foothills Road off S. Horse Lake Road at West end of Horse Lake.
Access : From 100 Mile House take Horse Lake Road off Highway 97 to the east and drive approximately 5 km remaining on the south side of the lake towards Lone Butte. Turn right onto Foothills Road.
Improvements :
  • Log archway entrance
  • Partial post & rail fencing attached to log archway entrance
  • Start to posts across frontage and down south side
  • Large level building site
Services : Two sets of Hydro services already in place.
Recreation : Many varieties of sports and outdoor activities can be enjoyed year-round. Spring, summer and fall activities include biking, hiking, horse back riding, ATVing, tennis, golf, swimming, boating, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and water skiing. Winters bring out cross-country and downhill skiers, ice skaters, snowshoers, snowmobilers and ice fishing. 100 Mile House has both an ice hockey arena and team, The Centennials, as well as a curling rink. The various rural communities host their own social activities, fairs and rodeos throughout the South Cariboo and there are many guest ranches in the area welcoming overnight stays and the adventure of riding the ranges.
Vegetation : The 100 Mile House area experiences all 4 seasons with a moderate hot temperature in the summer months and cold snowy winters. The spring and fall produce ample rainfall to maintain a vibrant eco system of lush evergreens and aspen trees and a groundcover of soft grasses, clover and wild strawberries.
Area Data :

Located in the Central Interior of BC, the South Cariboo covers an area north to Lac La Hache, west to the Fraser River, east on Highway 24 (also known as the Fishing Highway) towards Little Fort (Highway 5) and south to 70 Mile House. Famous for its host of fishing lakes, resorts, abundant wildlife, excellent bird watching, rich history and all four fabulous seasons, the South Cariboo holds something for everybody.

The main business centre is the village of 100 Mile House offering all the amenities of a small hospital and care centre, community ice rink, banks, medical offices, pharmacies, financial institutions, grocery outlets and retail shops, a secondary school and a choice of elementary schools. There is a population of about 2,000 and including the surrounding outer communities it services close to 20,000. Williams Lake 1 hour to the north and Kamloops 2 hours to the south are the nearest larger centres with Vancouver approximately 5 hours away.

History : History buffs can explore the village’s origins as a fur trading station as well as it’s key role as an 1860s stagecoach stop on the Gold Rush Trail to Barkerville. There are outdoor murals honouring the area’s early pioneer families in the downtown core and a photo opportunity featuring an original Barnard Express Stage Coach. The 108 Mile Ranch Historical Site features a number of period buildings and welcomes visitors to enter the main house and view life in past times.
Zoning : RR1
PID 028-179-111
Taxes : $511.30 (2018)
Map Reference : 51°35'13.51"N and 121°11'17.69"W
Listing # : 18301