Regional District: Bulkley-Nechako
The Village of Granisle was originally established as a mining community on the shores of Babine Lake, the largest natural lake in British Columbia, with its unsurpassed beauty. Granisle is now predominately a retirement and recreational community offering visitors and residents a unique blend of activities throughout the seasons which makes it a year round destination. Close by the Fulton R... Read More
The Village of Granisle was originally established as a mining community on the shores of Babine Lake, the largest natural lake in British Columbia, with its unsurpassed beauty. Granisle is now predominately a retirement and recreational community offering visitors and residents a unique blend of activities throughout the seasons which makes it a year round destination. Close by the Fulton River has the world's largest manmade spawning channels, and from late summer to early fall the water blushes with spawning sockeye salmon - delighting all salmon-lovers, including bears, eagles and humans. Granisle provides opportunity for investment in its low cost housing surplus, reliable water supply, three phase power, paved road access by HWY 118 to HWY 16. Granisle provides an excellent opportunity for innovative small business initiatives; the community has accessible fibre for unlimited high speed internet. The lifestyle of small community with technology that will allow you to work anywhere. Granisle’s rural setting is somewhat remote but you will find it a great locale for wilderness recreation and a great place to raise a family.
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3763 4th Ave, Smithers, BC
Two Sisters Cafe is a well-established cafe and catering business located in Smithers, BC.The business has a loyal customer base that has been developed over its 15 year history. The cafe is a fast service, casual approach serving breakfast and lunch from a central location.The menu for both the caf...
2891 Nadina Avenue, Houston, BC, V0J 1Z1
- Built in late 1970’s (about 40 years old)
- Tenants pay their own hydro & heat, separately with controls in every unit, 2 units’ hydro & heat paid by landlord...
189 E Stewart Street, Vanderhoof, BC, V0J
Built in 1993, this property offers 7,895 sq ft of purpose-built office space. Attractive lease in place; tenanted by the Provincial Government: Vanderhoof Access Centre. Substantial on-site parking. Terrific opportunity to own a stand alone building with AAA tenant. Excellent central location, on t...
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