Opportunity to purchase one of the last remaining homesteads in the Boundary Region that remains virtually untouched and very much in the same state as it was over a hundred years ago. Those that walk the site consider this property and the history behind the Homestead, to be priceless.
Made up of six separate titles, each lot is contiguous to form a single block of land totaling approximately 1,012 acres. In general terms, the property is a mixture of rolling hills, valleys, forested timber lands and pasture/grazing lands.
Approximately 40% of the land area is treed with merchantable timber. The timber has been surveyed and it was determined to contain approximately 30,000 cubic meters of timber, worth an estimated $3.6 million at current market price.
The remaining 60% of the land area is grazing and farm lands. The completely fenced private range offers nutritious variations of grass with very little invasive species of plants and weeds and is very much in demand for grazing. As with any agricultural lands, water is key for irrigation and livestock. Throughout the property there have been wells drilled with solar powered pump stations installed providing good water flows all year round. In addition to the wells, there are creeks running through the property and there is access to natural springs on site for irrigation and livestock.