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Picturesque Private Acreage on Chase Falkland Rd - Chase, BC
Picturesque Private Acreage on Chase Falkland Rd - Chase, BC
29.29 partially treed, private acreage minutes from Shuswap area. The property backs onto Crown land and is complete with a new road offering easy access to numerous building sites, all with expansive views.
  • Size: 29.29 acres
  • Area: OKANAGAN
  • Price: $359,000
  • Listing Agent: Fawn Gunderson - fawn@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-982-2314
Description :

This beautiful 29.29 acre property is fenced on three sides and backs Crown land offering semi-rural living. It is perfectly situated in the stunning, forested Shuswap area surrounded by year-round recreation. The acreage is conveniently located in the Turtle Valley area, 35 minutes east of Kamloops on Chase-Falkland Road and only 9 minutes from Chase. The acreage is gently sloping and partially treed offering numerous building locations for your dream home, complete with expansive mountain views.

This property lends itself perfectly to a hobby farm or commercial, cannabis production with its own well and water rights to the Vandyke Spring. A new road has been developed offering convenient access through the property.

Videos of the Build Site and Uplands can be found on YouTube.

Location : This property is located south of Chase at 895 Chase Falkland Rd.
Access :

From Kamloops
Get on Trans-Canada Highway/BC-1 E/BC-97 S from Seymour St, Victoria St and Battle St. Merge onto Trans-Canada Hwy/BC-1 E/BC-97 S. Continue to follow Trans-Canada Highway/BC-1 E 50.5 km (31 min). Continue on Shuswap-Chase Creek Rd. Drive to Chase Falkland Rd 8 km (8 min).

From Chase
Head southeast on Coburn St toward Paquette Rd 230 m. Turn right onto Trans-Canada Highway/BC-1 W 3.9 km. Turn left onto Shuswap-Chase Creek Rd 6.3 km. Continue onto Chase Falkland Rd.

Services :
  • Well water and water licence for Vandyke Spring
  • Hydro at lot line
Recreation :

Located at the southern end of Little Shuswap Lake in the mountainous eastern region of the South Thompson River Valley, is the little town of Chase, known as The Gateway to the Shuswap, a region known for it’s spectacular scenery, beautiful lakes, recreational splendour, and fabulous four-season recreation.

The property resides in MU 3-26, which offers an assortment of general hunting tags including: mule deer, white-tail deer, spike horn bull moose and black bears.

This region is famous for its fishing opportunities with numerous lakes and salmon runs occurring in the area. One of the more popular fishing locations is south of the property at Pillar Lake.

Hiking, Cross-Country Skiing, Off-Roading and Snowmobiling
The surrounding mountain ranges provide expansive amounts of Crown land that you may explore on foot, cross-country skis, quad or snow mobile in the winter.

The greater region boasts 1,600 km of navigable shoreline on the South Thompson River and Shuswap Lakes. This provides unparalleled opportunities for boating and other water activities.

This area of the province is famous for its many camping opportunities. Whether it’s on one of the areas many lakes, or down a forest service road, the opportunity is endless.

Chase, Kamloops, Falkland, Sorrento, Salmon Arm, Vernon
Because the property is conveniently located within short driving distance from these urban centers, there is always the opportunity to go out for dinner, catch a show or attend any number of activities these urban hubs offer. The property is located in an ideal central location wherein all of these towns may be easily and quickly reached.

Vegetation : This acreage is gently sloping and partially treed in the Interior Cedar - Hemlock Zone (ICH zone). It offers excellent growing potential with good soil, plenty of irrigation, hot summers and mild winters.
Area Data :

Forestry, tourism and ranching provide the economic base for Chase and the surrounding countryside. More and more the film industry is recognizing the region’s raw beauty and uniqueness and is starting to become more active in the region. The Adam’s Lake Lumber Division of International Forest Products Ltd, just outside of Chase is a proven employer and social contributor to the region’s population.

The closest town to the property is Chase. Approximately 2,495 people reside in Chase with the largest age group being individuals over 65 years of age. This should provide a strong indication of the laid-back retirement atmosphere of the area. Similar to all other parts of the province, there are several native bands throughout the region.

There are several schools in Chase, as the area is part of School District 73. This district currently enrolls approximately 17,470 students with 831 of those students attending schools in Chase proper.

Zoning : AF-1 - Contact REALTOR® for zoning information
Legal :


PID 003-015-483

Taxes : $1,222.49 (2018)
Map Reference : 50°47'7.53"N and 119°39'49.73"W
Listing # : 18338