For Sale 5.5 Acres - Panoramic Lake View - Lac des Roches, BC
Panoramic view of Lac des Roches and surrounding mountains. Peaceful and quite. Nicely treed 5.5 acres property. Very private setting. Crown land borders the back of property. Driveway in to cleared building site. Close to public boat launch at Lac des Roches and Bridge Lake.
Ready to build, 400 amp service, Phone line
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