This is your opportunity to own premium waterfront acreage in the "Golden Quill" at scenic Stump Lake BC. Southwest exposed higher bank waterfront lot. Serviced with electricity and community water. This peaceful 2.94 acre property features a large building area with roughed in driveway offering views of Stump Lake and the surrounding hills. The view from the proposed building site is spectacular!. The owners of many of the adjoining lots built their homes well back from the lake to take advantage of the views, accessing the lake by pathways or ATV trail. A large level area at the lake is ideal for boat and equipment storage, a dock system is allowed. When you go have a look at this property you can have a look at the adjacent lots which will give you a good idea of what your finished product can look like. Most owners build back from the lake on the hillside and have a path down to the lakefront, often an ATV path. There is a flat area right down at the water’s edge and each property is allowed to put in their own dock system.
Relax at the water's edge or enjoy swimming, boating, fishing, and sailing or hike into the hills - the recreational opportunities are limitless in BC's premier four season climate. Located in an exclusive community of quality homes with several year-round residents. Just a 3-hour drive from the lower mainland, 8.5 from Calgary, 45 minutes from Merritt and 30 from Kamloops. Call today! Bareland strata fee of $125/month.
Location: 8615 Old Kamloops Road, Stump Lake BC
Improvements: Roughed in driveway.
Services: Power, Community Water
Recreation: Area recreation offers fishing, hiking, horseback riding, paddling, camping, skiing at nearby Sun Peaks (Kamloops), cross country skiing and much more.
Area Data: Stump Lake is very well known for its fishing opportunities as well as its watersports opportunities. It’s one on the closest lakes to Vancouver that offers both.
Stump Lake is 780 ha (1,927 acres), six miles long and one mile wide at an elevation of 750 m (2,460 ft). It freezes over from November to mid-April. The lake is stocked with rainbow trout, brook trout and Kokanee. In winter enjoy ice fishing, skating and hockey at your doorstep. There is a private campsite on the east side of the lake and public day use site and boat launch off Highway 5A.
Canada's Tournament Capital, Kamloops is located at the confluence of the South and North Thompson Rivers in British Columbia's semi-arid grasslands and is a hotbed of outdoor activities.
Sandstone canyons, grasslands and evergreen timberlands play host to incredible hiking, mountain biking and camping. More than 100 lakes and two major rivers provide great fishing, kayaking, canoeing, rafting and tubing.
Kamloops was named one of the top three Games Town 2010 communities for demonstrating its spirit and passion for sports and healthy living leading up to the 2010 Winter Games. Not only an outdoor activity centre, Kamloops also takes pride in its vibrant arts community, represented in art galleries throughout the city, theatre and music festivals and events held annually.
Legal: STRATA LOT 34 SECTION 14 TOWNSHIP 100 KAMLOOPS DIVISION YALE DISTRICT STRATA PLAN KAS2188 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM 1
Taxes: 1,059.47 (2018)
Map Reference: 50°22'19.92"N and 120°20'32.59"W