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Huge 114-acre riverfront farm in B.C. listed for less than a million bucks

Maybe you want to pull up roots and become a farmer

A large off-the-grid piece of property has been listed in northern B.C., 20 minutes outside the small town of Chetwynd (population 2,503).

Known to some as the chainsaw carving capital of the province (sorry, Hope!), Chetwynd hosts an annual International Chainsaw Carving Championship, which results in sculptures being erected all over the town.

The property is also not far from Moberly Lake, which boasts a world class Northern Pike fishery and other recreational opportunities.

Situated next to the Sukunka River, the home and shop on the property are powered by 24 solar panels connected to 24 batteries, 2 inverters and 2 charge controllers. A 24 kW Yanmar generator acts as backup.

The manufactured home on the property is 1,520 sq ft in size, and is accompanied by a 32' x 42' wired shop.

According to the listing 80+ acres of the land are "productive hay fields," and the entire thing is on offer for $899,000.

If you're looking to start a new life far away from the city and other humans this might be the spot for you.