Lot 58, District Lot 836, Plan 21494, Land District 27
Lots 8, 9 & 12, District Lot 200, Plan 20406, Land District 27
Lot 53, District Lot 3568, Plan 19800, Land District 27
The lots are suitable for permanent or recreational residences. The lots are conveniently located near the chapel, community center, school, general store and golf course. The lots back onto a greenbelt with a fairly open terrain. Lot 12 is located on Telqua Drive and backs onto a greenbelt with a view in front towards the golf course. Lot 12 has a fairly level terrain scattered with trees. Lot 58 is located on Chilcotin Crescent backing onto a open area and located close to the shores of 108 Mile Lake. The riding stables and riding and cross-country trails are located near by. Lot 58 is fully treed offering privacy with a fairly level terrain. Lot 53 is located on Gloinnzun Drive has a fairly level terrain with a gradual slope down from the road. The property is located near 108 Mile Lake and Sepa Lake and scattered with trees.
The five building lots are located in the community of 108 Mile Ranch & Resort a 5 ½ hour scenic drive approximately 466 kilometers (290 miles) north of Vancouver in the heart of the Cariboo.
108 Mile Ranch is located 13 km north of 100 Mile House on Highway 97. From Vancouver take Trans Canada Highway #1 north via Hope and Cache Creek for 340 kilometers (211 miles). At Cache Creek take Highway 97 North for 126 kilometers (78 miles) to 108 Mile Ranch.
108 Mile Ranch offers year round recreational activities including 18- hole 6800 yards championship golf course, horseback riding, tennis, fishing, swimming, canoeing, mountain biking, snow shoeing, dog sledding, snowmobiling, sleigh rides downhill and cross country skiing. Boat Rentals are available and the lakes are stocked with trout offering excellent fishing.
The lots are serviced with water, hydro, gas, telephone, cable and are sized for septic tanks.
108 Mile Ranch & Resort ( Population 7000) community is comprised of just over 1500 lots surrounded by lakes and more than 1500 acres of greenbelt, parklands and beaches. 108 Mile Ranch has all of the amenities including a community center, school, fire hall, garden chapel, general store, 108 Mile Resort Hotel with 62 spacious rooms, sauna, whirlpool, outdoor heated pool, tennis coursts, restaurant, lounge and meeting rooms. There are recreational activities galore in both summer and winter a 6800 yard championship golf course with clubhouse, boat rentals for fishing or canoeing, riding stables, and cross country ski trails. 108 Mile Ranch once a large cattle operation now features a heritage site with a collection of seven historical buildings on three hectares (7 acres), including the old 1908 Watson Clydesdale barn, one of the largest log barns in Canada, the 105 Mile roadhouse, the 108 Mile telegraph office, the 1867 hotel and store. The 108 Mile Ranch has its own regional district operated airport (4,000 foot air strip with lights) capable of handling corporate jets and multi-engine aircraft. There are a number of Bed & Breakfasts in the area along with a world class Health Spa, The Hills Health Ranch, which offers guests a wide variety of spa packages, gourmet dining, fully equipped exercise equipment, indoor swimming pool, hydrotherapy pools, dry saunas, horseback riding, hay rides, ski shop for down hill and cross country skiing, toboggan and mountain biking. The Hills offers banquet, meeting and convention space.
Over the years 108 Mile Ranch has changed ownership many times from the beginning when William James Roper from England built a roadhouse at the site. The vast holdings once belonged to the flamboyant Captain Lionel Watson from England. In 1908 Captain Watson erected one of the largest log barns in Canada to house his Clydesdale Horses. The 108 Mile Heritage Site has been preserved the barn and several other buildings from the gold rush era, including Benjamin McNeil’s 105 Mile Ranch house which operated as a stopping place until after 1912. The recreational ranch development began in 1969, when Block Brothers Realty, Henry Block purchased 40 square miles of working ranch from U.S. owners (the Monical family and other interests) for the purpose of developing a model recreational community. Many soon-to-be residents came to 108 Mile Ranch to view and purchase lots.
Lots have a mixture of alder, birch, spruce and pine.
Due to zoning restrictions, trailers are allowed temporarily only, as long as you have a building permit. Single mobile homes are not allowed either, but double wide or modular homes are acceptable as long as they meet a minimum of 20ft. wide.