4857 Chucker Cres Ashcroft, British Columbia



For those who travel the Trans Canada Highway from Hope to Cache Creek and beyond, you already know that this stretch of road has a slower pace and better weather than the Coquihalla. The drive through the Fraser and Thompson River canyons is more enjoyable and provides more to see along the way. So much more, that this is the preferred route to tourists and travellers who want to stop and see the sights, take a break for a bite or a drink, talk to a local or two, and just make it about the journey and not the destination. Spences Bridge is a small community on the banks of the Thompson River where Hwy 8 meets Hwy 1. The Log Cabin Pub has been operating for 45 years on the Trans Canada Hwy in one of the warmest spots in Canada! The building, a 4,000 square foot log structure sits on 6.44 acres of fertile land adjacent to the Trans Canada Hwy and occupies most of the block. The zoning is commercial for the pub and residential for the undeveloped acreage. The property is mostly level and sits on the East side of the Trans Canada Highway, with good morning to mid-afternoon sun exposure. There is good highway signage, and potential to develop this property to more commercial opportunities. Or you can convert a mostly flat property with over 6 acres of land to a residential, equestrian, or agricultural use with a 4,000 square foot log building as a residence, a winery, craft brewery or any number of other possible uses. With the recent activity in the market and the surrounding areas, this opportunity is priced to sell! (id:44636)

Property Details

MLS® Number 161900
Property Type Business
Amenities Near By Shopping
Features Level Lot, Corner Site, Rail, Signs Allowed
View Type View


Fireplace Present No


Acreage Yes
Land Amenities Shopping
Size Irregular 6.44
Size Total 6.44 Ac
Size Total Text 6.44 Ac



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