This is a beautiful and peaceful 6.25 acre piece of property bordering crown land that is nicely treed (primarily Larch), mostly flat, with some gently rolling terrain as well. There is a drilled well in place and a great building site has been cleared. This property is located in the historic "Old Town" area of Perry Creek, which has a rich gold mining history dating back as early as the late 1800's. In fact, the 32 foot water wheel that is now on display at Fort Steele Heritage Town was once located on Perry Creek one km upstream of this property. There is no zoning in this area and the land is not in the Agricultural Land Reserve, so further subdivision is very possible, and this also allows for you to park your RV here for your getaway, or to use as a base camp while you set up your modular, or build your dream home. The beauty of this property is that it feels totally remote due to its tranquility, but is only 15-20 minutes from Kimberley, Cranbrook, or the airport, and the road is well maintained year round, so daily access is not an issue. Power is not currently available to the area but today's technology offers a variety of off grid options.

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