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Old School Bar and Grill - Clinton, BC
Old School Bar and Grill - Clinton, BC
Bar and grill with side room hosting a beer and wine outlet and a living space in the back. Time to sell and listed $25,000+ under assessed value. On Highway 97 en route to the Cariboo, busy summer traffic and consistent local business.
  • Size: 0.81 of an acre
  • Area: CARIBOO
  • Price: $223,500
  • Listing Agent: Robbi-Layne Robertson - RLR@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-457-7603
Description : Old School Bar and Grill in Clinton, BC. Bar and Grill with side room hosting a beer and wine outlet and a living space in the back. Great deal! Time to sell and listed $25,000+ under assessed value. All furnishings and equipment included. On Highway 97 en route to the Cariboo, busy summer traffic and consistent local business. Land, buildings, business, equipment all in for $223,500!
Location : Clinton, BC
Access : Business is located on Highway 97, the Cariboo Highway, in Clinton, BC. Driving north it is on the right/east side of the street.
Improvements :
  • Building
  • Store frontage
  • Outdoor patio
  • Restaurant kitchen
  • Living quarters
Investment Features : Pub and grill business
Recreation :

Kelly Lake, Pear Lake, Leighwood Lake, Riley Dam, Big Bar Lake, Beaverdam Lake and Loon Lake all provide excellent fishing. The Marble Mountain Range, the Edgehills, Mt. Kerr and Mt.Bowman are a playground for the outdoorsman and woman.


Recreational Facilities

  • 2 municipal parks
  • 2 ball diamonds
  • basketball courts
  • cross-country ski trails (60 km of marked trails, used for hiking and moutain biking in the summer)
  • curling rink
  • mountain bike and hiking trails
  • 4 provincial parks
  • rodeo grounds
  • tennis courts
  • soccer fields
Area Data :

The Village of Clinton is located 39 km north of the Trans-Canada Highway 1 and Cariboo Highway 97 junction at Cache Creek and sits at an elevation of 887 metres. This active community of 650 residents, with its colorful history of over 150 years and unique western atmosphere, was founded as a direct result of the "boom" of the Cariboo Gold Rush. Incorporated in 1963, Clinton boasts hosting one of British Columbia's oldest continuously running events; the Clinton Annual Ball, now held in May of each year. As a midway point between Vancouver and Prince George, Clinton serves as a centre providing amenities to both its residents and visitors. Clinton's economic base is driven by the forest industry with other important employment sectors being ranching, retail trade and tourism.


More information can be found on the Village of Clinton website.


Geology
The topography immediately surrounding Clinton is one of gentle tree clad slopes, with a modest Lime Mountain dominating the view from town. However, dramatic viewscapes are close by Marble Range, just 20 minutes west of town, features craggy mountain cliffs, caves, sinkholes, disappearing streams, cliffs, chasms and crenellated limestone karsts. Chasm Provincial Park, and its Painted Chasm, is a 20-minute drive north of town. This miniature version of the Grand Canyon, the Painted Chasm displays successive rock layers of ancient lava flow in tones of red, brown, yellow and purple.


Climate and Weather
The elevation of the Clinton, 887 m (2,900 ft) above sea level, leads to mild daytime temperatures and cool nights even in the height of summer. Daytime summer temperatures average around 20˚C (68˚F). The area receives less than 30 cm (12 in) of rainfall a year. Winters bring modest snowfalls with average daytime temperatures of -6˚C (20˚F). The mild weather and relatively close proximity to Vancouver make Clinton an ideal spot for year-round outdoor activities.

History :

Originally known as 47 Mile House or 47 Mile, Clinton was named in 1863 upon completion of the Cariboo Wagon Road in the area for Henry Fiennes Pelham Clinton, the 5th Duke of Newcastle, who was Colonial Secretary from 1854-1854 and 1859-1864.


Every May Clinton is home to the Annual Ball which features a rodeo and dance. This is one of British Columbia's oldest continual events having first been held in 1867 and was a highlight of the social calendar in the British Columbia Interior for many decades. The Clinton Museum, built in 1892, has a number of historical artifacts on display that date back to the gold rush and founding of the area.

Zoning : C-2 Highway Service Commercial (Village of Clinton)
Legal : Lot A District Lot 2 Group 5 Lillooet District Plan KAP74357
PID 025-785-885
Taxes : $5,725.44 (2018)
Map Reference : 51° 5'37.96"N and 121°34'56.25"W
Listing # : 19052