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Two story home located in the Northern Saskatchewan Wilderness. This one of a kind property is accessible by float plane only. If you have a sense of adventure, enjoy solitude and seek a more peaceful lifestyle or desire a solitary vacation getaway, this is your dream come true.

This year round home is off the grid and is solar powered with diesel generator as backup. Being super-insulated, this well built house is heated with wood. The main wood stove is located downstairs and the kitchen cookstove is upstairs. This kitchen stove also heats the hot water so there is a fully functioning hot/cold running water system with two basin stainless steel kitchen sink, utility sink and shower.

Hiking opportunities, wildlife and nature abound. Moose, caribou, fox, black bear, marten, hare and lynx are some of the animals seen. Birds of all kinds are found here including owls, eagles and osprey. This clean, clear water lake has abundant trout and northern pike. Land consists of a recreational crown lease, garden lease and dock. Lease and fees are approximately $342/year and taxes are approximately $648/year. Asking $259,000. Visit inthewilderness.net for full details.

Enjoy ultimate privacy, without being too remote, with this off-grid home. This solar-powered, eco home is situated on 15 acres, conveniently located between Nelson and Castlegar, BC, Canada. Access to the home is by a steep mountain driveway. Use your 4x4 vehicle or ATV during the summer months, and snowmobile in the winter. Once you arrive on your mountain perch, enjoy beautiful mountain and river views. Backed by crown land, and surrounded by huge acreages, this is true mountain living. There are 3 creeks, a private spring, personal septic system, and multiple outbuildings on your forested acreage.

The solar-powered home was built with the highest environmental standards, and sustainability in mind. The 5 sided design was determined by the lay of the land, and to maximize south-facing solar gain. Propane fridge, stove, hot water, and dryer allow for a modest solar system. Wood heat, septic system, and gravity water are integral parts of the sustainability of the house.