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South Chilcotin Mountain Park Lodge and Acreage, Commercial Zoning
South Chilcotin Mountain Park Lodge and Acreage, Commercial Zoning
29 acres at the base of the South Chilcotin Mountain Park with an 8 bedroom lodge plus three 24 x 16 ft cabins, two log chalets, managers house, workshop, storage shed and a barn. Commercially zoned property.
  • Size: 29.26 acres
  • Area: SWBC
  • Price: $1,500,000
  • Listing Agent: Robbi-Layne Robertson - RLR@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-457-7603
Description : 29 acres at the base of the South Chilcotin Mountain Park. The birds will sing you a melody as you relax in the sun on the wrap-around balcony of the 8 bedroom lodge where the horses and expansive mountains make the perfect back drop. An impressive two-storey fireplace is the centerpiece of the living area, the kitchen can happily feed everyone and a down-home family size dining area draws you back to a time when people ate together and gave thanks for the food that sustained them. Find your cozy nook in the living room with its vaulted ceiling or sit in the sunroom with its panoramic mountain view. Each of the 4 main bedrooms have their own bathroom, 8 bedrooms in total, making it easy to host family and friends. Other Buildings: three 24 x 16 ft cabins and in the meadow, a short stroll from the lodge two more log cabins. There of course is a workshop, storage shed and a barn. This property is the perfect launch pad for a back country experience or a retreat with Mother Nature and you!
Location : Bridge River Valley - Goldbridge, Gun Creek Road
Access :

Route 40 from Lillooet to Tyaughton Lake Road (big sign on highway for Chilcotin Holidays and Tyax Resort) turn right and follow up the hill. Just pass Mowson Pond Recreation Site is Gun Creek Road, turn left and follow to 3300 Gun Creek Road.


Hurley FSR from Pemberton to Highway 40 then a left at Tyaughton Lake Road (big sign on highway for Chilcotin Holidays and Tyax Resort) turn right and follow up the hill. Just pass Mowson Pond Recreation Site is Gun Creek Road, turn left and follow to 3300 Gun Creek Road.

Improvements :
  • Lodge
  • 2 log homes
  • 3 cabins
  • Home
  • Barn
  • Workshop
  • Storage shed
Investment Features : Commercial property with lodge, 2 log chalets, 3 cabins and a house.
Services : Electricity.
Recreation : By foot, horseback, mountain bike, or vehicle you can experience unlimited wilderness adventures, from lakes such as Carpenter, Gwyneth and Spruce Lake to mountain peaks such as those of Mount Sheba, Eldorado Mountain and Castle Mountain. Escape the heat with a fishing trip to the nearby Pearson Pond where a quick refreshing swim will be almost as exciting as snagging an impressively sized rainbow trout. Or, if you enjoy the heat that is promised by the endless sunny days of the Southern Chilcotin Mountains, you can find yourself the perfect alpine meadow of the South Chilcotin Mountain Park to share with the wildlife for an afternoon nap.
Area Data :

The region has a mild four-season climate nestled on the lee side of the Coast Range Mountains in the Chilcotin Mountain Ranges. These are unique glaciated mountains rising to 9,500 ft elevation, and averaging 7,500 ft. These are hospitable mountains, with easy access. Tree line is approximately 6,500 ft. The alpine is the most valued area with over 1,000 Alpine Basins, each carpeted in lush wildflowers and each with its own big-game species. These mountain ranges are referred to as the “Rainbows” because of the mineralization that produces more colors than that of the rainbow.


Chilcotin Mountain Provincial Park
The Chilcotin Mountain Provincial Park is referred to as British Columbia's flagship Park. Located on the lee side of the Coast Mountains, this “Rain shadow” is recognized as an ideal climate for wilderness tourism activities: sunny skies, low rainfall, no bugs, mild temperatures, distinct seasons and some of the highest bio-diversity rating found anyway in the province. The mountains are glaciated, so they are friendly and accessible with rounded tops. Valleys are U shaped, with lush alpine basins. The bio-diversity is concentrated because of the convergence of 4 climate zones ranging from alpine tundra to old growth fir. This creates diverse and abundant wildlife species and plant species (a paradise for naturalists).


Climate

Zoning : Resort Commercial - Squamish-Lillooet Regional District (SLRD) Area A, Bylaw 670. Additional zoning information can be found on the SLRD website.
Legal : District Lot 605 Lillooet District Except Plans 30999 and 36345
PID 003-246-787
Taxes : $4,098.46 (2018)
Map Reference : 50°54'58.32"N and 122°48'48.36"W
Listing # : 19102