Regional District: Thompson-Nicola
Wellness Awaits You in the Village of Ashcroft. A small town nestled along the banks of the Thompson River with clean air, fresh water, locally produced foods, ample hiking and walking opportunities and affordable housing.
Ashcroft has a rich history and played an important part in the development of the interior of British Columbia. Transportation has been a significant part of it’s history. Both of Canada's major railroads, Canadian Pacific and Canadian National, travel through Ashcroft as well as Highway 97C connecting it with the Trans Canada Highway and the Coquihalla Highway.
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303 3rd Street, Ashcroft, BC
Turnkey opportunity to own Historic Ashcroft Bakery @ Coffee Shop, operating since 1899! Owner wishes to retire after 15 successful years.@Property includes a two bedroom attached home with 1800 sq. ft. basement for storage and more living space. Equipment includes 2 commercial mixers, oven, shaper,...
Hollis Rd, Ashcroft, BC, V0K 1A0
202 BRINK STREET, Ashcroft, BC
Full service fabricating, repair, retail sales, lawn and garden equipment, chain saws, snow blowers, generators and other related equipment and supplies. Large welding and fabricating area and welding service truck. Two large lots, prime retail lot, 3600 sqft shop and retails store also large sto...
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