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Southwest Facing Lakefront Lot Along the Northerly Shores of Stuart Lake – Stuart Lake, BC

  • Select Property type: Sold
  • DESCRIPTION: Situated along the northerly banks of Stuart Lake, this 0.52 acre SW facing lot is ideal for someone looking for a secluded and private getaway. Accessible by boat, or float plane this lot provides ample opportunity for a new owner to build a summer cabin where they can enjoy stunning views and incredible fishing.
  • LISTING NUMBER : 24034
  • PRICE: $31,000
  • SIZE: 0.52 Acres


Nestled in the North Arm of Stuart Lake, lot 45 spans 0.52 acres of pristine lakefront property, promising unparalleled seclusion and natural beauty. This parcel, accessible only by boat or float plane, offers a unique retreat for those passionate about the great outdoors. Stuart Lake stretches nearly fifty miles in length and reaches widths of up to ten miles, boasting a rich ecosystem ideal for hunters and anglers. Situated about twenty-five miles north of Vanderhoof, near the convergence of Highways 16 & 27, and at the lake’s southeastern tip lies the historic town of Fort St. James. Towards the Northwestern shore, you’ll find the esteemed Nakalat Lodge, a beloved landmark for nearly five decades. This lot, located just around the bay from Nakalat, features eighty feet of waterfront and a depth surpassing two hundred seventy-five feet, marked by its eighty-five feet of northern boundary against a gravel access. Enveloped by dense forests and benefiting from a southerly exposure, it presents an idyllic setting for constructing a rustic cabin, ensuring a private haven amidst nature’s splendor.


Lot 45 – North Arm, Stuart Lake BC


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Nestled near the serene Stuart Lake, the town of Fort St. James serves as a gateway, offering all the modern conveniences a new property owner might need for the perfect weekend getaway. From boat launches to grocery stores, gas stations, hotels, and restaurants, it’s an ideal spot to refuel and resupply before escaping to the tranquility of the lake. Beyond its role as a hub for essentials, Fort St. James thrives on its rich heritage of logging, mining, and tourism, surrounded by a landscape dotted with rich farmland to the south, producing hay and cattle in abundance. The area is also a gateway to adventure, with large provincial parks and recreational areas like Mt. Pope, Rubyrock Lake, Sutherland River, and Carp Lake nearby, offering endless exploration opportunities. Further north, the wilderness extends into some of British Columbia’s most untouched and pristine territories, presenting limitless possibilities for those seeking solitude and natural beauty.


This property and the wider region offer an infinite amount of outdoor recreational opportunity.  Stuart Lake is well known for its trophy fishing and ample water sports.  There is also the opportunity to explore the various islands and remote lake shores via canoe, kayak or paddle board.  On the property itself and amongst the surrounding Crown land there is hunting for moose, deer and bear.

The intricate logging road and regional trail network create thousands of kilometres for off-road enthusiasts to explore during the summer and winter months.

Murray Peak ski hill is an excellent local option for downhill enthusiasts to test their skills in some unique terrain and deep powder.




$92.18 (2023)





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