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Baker Creek - Remote 280 Acre Parcel Approx. 50 km Southwest of Quesnel
Baker Creek - Remote 280 Acre Parcel Approx. 50 km Southwest of Quesnel
Remote off-grid parcel consisting of two separate titles with approximately 140 acres in grassy lowlands. Baker Creek traverses the property. Good road access.
  • Size: 280 acres ~ 2 titles
  • Area: CARIBOO
  • Price: NEW PRICE $140,000
  • Listing Agent: Kurt Nielsen - kurt@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-898-7200
Description : Very private property surrounded by Crown land. Rich meadows and plenty of water characterize this remote off-grid package. FSR 3800 provides decent road access
Location : As the crow flies it is 50 km southwest of Quesnel, BC.
Access : From Quesnel go west over the bridge and then take N. Fraser Dr west for about 40 km. This road is first called N Fraser, and further west is called Nazko Rd, but all along it's heading west. After 40 km you will see Sylvia's Café (w/fuel, supplies, camping) on the right. Just past the café turn left onto Tibbles Road, follow it to the Y and veer left on Lavington Road, pavement then ends and you continue south on Lavington Road (FSR 3300), just after you pass the 21 km sign you will go up a hill and come to FSR 3800 on the right, turn right and follow it west for approx. 15 km, then just past the 15 km sign turn left into the smaller (not maintained) entrance road and follow this smaller entrance road south for approximate 100 - 200 metres and you have reached the property. This driveway continues back into the property and the valley hay meadow is out to the left. The property entrance and interior trail maintenance is needed, the driveway and trails are rough and you must walk or use ATV to tour the property, or a 4x4 could carefully drive on down to the meadow ... bring a chainsaw for a few trees across the driveway.
Recreation : Twin arenas, curling rink, 2 golf courses, mini golf, 2 riverfront trails for walking and a large recreation center entertaining the sports minded throughout the year. Cross-country ski trails are abundant and an alpine ski hill is less than an hour away.
History : Quesnel, the Gold Pan City, services a trading population of 27,000 and shops and services have multiplied with the population growth. There are 16 elementary schools, 3 secondary schools, a college, 15 churches, 2 pulp mills, 5 lumber mills, 2 shopping malls, an art gallery, airport, and a large hospital. Every July, residents and visitors can enjoy Bill Barker Days, a family festival for all ages, which also includes the Quesnel Rodeo. The September Fall Fair brings exhibitors from many places to show their animals, produce and handiwork.
Legal :

PID 015-681-874

PID 015-681-912

Taxes : DL 9922, 160 acres - $295.81 (2019)
DL 12427, 120 acres - $279.49 (2019)
Boundaries : Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
Map Reference : 52°42'59.50"N and 123° 6'42.17"W
Listing # : 19187