2589 Young Road, Armstrong, BC
$1,100,000Community: Armstrong And Spallumcheen
37.03 ACRES OF PRIME ARMSTRONG FARMLAND
37.03 Acres of prime Armstrong farmland with Deep Creek forming eastern border. Mere minutes from downtown on quiet country road. Municipal water available for domestic use plus water rights on creek. Level and gentle rolling, productive land. Currently in hay and corn. Has grown organic carrots and super corn crops. Very picturesque setting! Views! Available in conjunction with adjacent 18.82 (MLS 10201916) and 1.94 acres (MLS 10201908) – all on creek and with water rights.
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Welcome to the City Of Armstrong! No matter what your lifestyle, there is plenty of community spirit within the city. Armstrong has endless outdoor activities and clubs and organizations for every enthusiast. In addition, it boasts one of the best fairgrounds in the province and hosts the annual IPE! It has a fantastic ‘western …read more
Welcome to SPALLUMCHEEN where farming and the rural lifestyle is cherished and protected! Here is a rare opportunity! This farm has been with the same family since 1944! Now it’s your turn – bring your family and build your estate farm! Three adjacent titles – 18.82, 37.03 and 1.94 acres of fertile soil – all bordering Deep Creek! The two larger parcels have connection to municipal water for domestic use and there are licensed water rights on the creek that can be demised between the 3 parcels. A pond on the 37 acre parcel will store 35 acre feet of water. Property produces excellent hay and corn crops and has grown organic carrots in the past! Large level fields, gently rolling knolls, treed and picturesque Creekside and some lovely Valley view sites! All this just past the city limits – barely 5 minutes from downtown Armstrong!
- Deep creek forms the eastern border and Young road the West
- Pond lies in a natural pocket at the top of the property. The pond base is clay, a natural barrier to water seepage. Its current water supply is a combination of spring runoff and water pumped from Deep Creek. The pond is a registered water storage reservoir with the water rights for irrigation. The ponds main source of water storage would be pumped from the Deep Creek during the period of high water, water rights considers high water from April 1st through July 31st. The pond is estimated to hold 35 acre feet of water and it appears that about 100ft along the top north/west bank could be raised about 3 ft to increase storage capacity by another 5 acre feet. (Note: 1 acre foot of water is a water body 1 foot deep over 1 acre. 206′ x 206‘)
- Top portion of the property supports excellent alfalfa hay crop and offers building sites with lovely valley views!
- The lower portion of the property has been used for organic carrots and most recently superior corn crops
- Pole hay storage 46 x 100
- Domestic water connection is in place from Highland Park Water District – cost $450.00 annually
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