Situated adjacent to the small town of Bralorne, the Bradian 'townsite' is a 51 acre property that currently includes 20 or more older homes in varying condition, the majority of which are uninhabitable. Largely abandoned in the 1970's following the closure of the Bralorne Gold Mine (one of Canada's most prolific gold mines), the town was acquired in the late 1990's by a family intent on restoring the historic homes.
While many of the houses have had significant restoration work completed, for the most part Bradian is ready for new development to take advantage of the renewed interest in recreational homes within this area of BC. Furthermore, the recent acquisition of the former Bralorne mine by Avino Silver and Gold Mines has renewed interest in the area given the potential for the mine to re-open in the next few years.
Please contact the listing agent with any questions about this unique opportunity.