With northern B.C.'s real estate market recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, and the average housing price on the rise, we decided to take a look at some of the most expensive houses or properties currently on the market in Prince George.
While we are just looking at five today (Aug. 28), it should be noted there are a number of other properties within city limits that have cracked the $1-million listing price.
So, what kind of bang-for-your-buck can you get in the northern capital?
Well, without further adieu, here are five homes/properties you could be the proud owner of valued at more than $1 million:
Not just a lovely log home, but a 150-acre horse ranch with 125 Appaloosas, which the listing states are a rare, historic and unique horse breed.
The ranch is fenced and crossed fenced, includes paddocks, outdoor arenas, stables, a covered round pen and cedar barn.
There’s also access to Tabor Mountain Recreaction area from the northeast corner of the ranch.
The house itself is a 2,900 sq. ft. custom-built log home with a wrap-around deck and walkout basement.
This is a newly built four-bedroom and four-bathroom home.
It has a dining room, great room, mudroom, laundry room and office on the first floor and a hobby room and three bedrooms on the second floor.
The basement includes a family room, gym, and utility room.
This is a custom six-bedroom and four-bathroom house on five acres.
The master bedroom has a walk-in closet, en-suite with granite tiling, a soaker tub and a vanity counter.
There’s a fireplace, picture windows and a garden door onto a wrap-around deck overlooking the pond.
The basement is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom studio, and includes an office, sitting rooms and storage.
There’s also a games room with a full-service bar and covered hot-tub patio. It comes with a five-bay garage with workbenches, and finished bonus room.
This house is described as one of Prince George's most premier farm properties.
It includes nearly 500 acres of farmland along the banks of the Fraser River with almost all of it in cultivation.
At 3,804 sq. ft., the home has five bedrooms and three bathrooms.
It has vaulted ceilings, a huge country kitchen with an island that opens to the dining room.
There are patios off both the front and back of the house. The farm currently runs 100 head of cattle.
This house is described as a one of a kind, fully automated, totally updated home.
It has a triple car, drive through garage with four large bedrooms upstairs including two with ensuites and an office with a view of the mountains.
There’s also a theatre room, treehouse and a 40-by-30 shop on one acre.
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