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Private 25 Acre Parcel, With Spring Fed Pond, Located 3 Minutes South of 100-Mile House, BC

  • Select Property type: Sold
  • DESCRIPTION: Private 25-acre property south of 100-Mile House close to the municipal boundary. When you're on the property you feel like you're a world away despite only being a 3-minute drive...
  • COUNTRY: Canada
  • PROPERTY ID: 30875



Private 25-acre property south of 100-Mile House close to the municipal boundary. When you’re on the property you feel like you’re a world away despite only being a 3-minute drive into downtown. The property has a large, flat build site, with storage structures, a year-round spring fed pond, towering spruce trees and stunning views over the Bridge Creek Valley. The property has several springs coming off of the hillside to the west and panoramic views of the rolling hills beyond. The spring fed pond is crystal clear with willow and reeds around its banks attracting ample wildlife.

Power is available off of the highway. It was estimated by a technician that 3 power poles would be required to bring power onto the property. Property is accessed via registered easement through deeded property to the north.


The property is located 3 minutes drive south of downtown 100-Mile House, BC. The property is accessed from Highway 97.


From 100-Mile House, head south on Highway 97 for 0.4 KMs turning east onto the registered easement. After turning east onto the easement, proceed for under 1 KM in a southeast direction until you reach the northern boundary of the property.


100 Mile House sits at an elevation of 579 m (1,900 ft).  At present, 100 Mile House is the primary service centre for the South Cariboo and has a population of approximately 2,000.  The service area has a population roughly ten times the size of the town.  It includes the communities of Lac La Hache, Forest Grove, Lone Butte, Bridge Lake, 70 Mile House, Canim Lake and 108 Mile Ranch, the largest residential centre between Kamloops and Williams Lake.

The primary industries of 100 Mile House are forestry and ranching.  Log home building and tourism are also an important part of the community.

There is an airstrip located in downtown 100 Mile, with a larger airstrip in nearby 108 Mile.  The nearest airport with commercial flights is in Williams Lake.

100 Mile House is a centre for outdoor activities and is becoming increasingly known for its richness of bird life.  The surrounding area features many lakes for boating and excellent fishing including Lac La Hache, Canim Lake, Horse Lake, Green Lake and Bridge Lake.  The Cariboo ski marathon attracts a large and international field of cross-country skiers.


  • Horseback Riding
  • Biking
  • Swimming
  • Quadding and quad tours
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Boat rental
  • Kayaking/canoeing
  • Ice fishing
  • Snowmobiling
  • Snowshoeing
  • Cross-country skiing


100 Mile House was originally known as Bridge Creek House, named after the creek running through the area. Its origins as a settlement go back to the time when Thomas Miller owned a collection of ramshackle buildings serving the traffic of the gold rush as a resting point for travellers moving between Kamloops and Fort Alexandria, which was 98 miles (158 km) north of 100 Mile House farther along the HBC Brigade Trail. It acquired its current name during the Cariboo Gold Rush where a roadhouse was constructed in 1862 at the 100 miles (160 km) mark up the Old Cariboo Road from Lillooet.


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  • There are springs coming off the slope of the hillside on the western portion of the property. Hence, water may be available.
  • There is power on the highway. A technician estimated 3 poles were necessary to bring power to the property.


  • Storage seacan with lighting and shelves
  • Basic covered storage structure
  • Storage shed with woodtove