PHOTOS: Abbotsford home with helipad and trout-stocked lake up for sale

Man-made lake on Abbotsford property has its own white sand beech and island

Does your home lack parking for your helicopter? Can’t catch fish in your front yard? Need to head to a park to hit a tennis ball? Have more than three cars to park?

One Sumas Mountain property in Abbotsford has the answer for all such pressing real-estate dilemmas.

A Whelan Road home with a helipad, trout-stocked lake and tennis court has been listed for sale for the tidy price of $2.6 million.

The lake comes with its own white sand beach and a tiny island accessed by a bridge. And for those who can’t fly in, the home boasts a four-car garage.

The 6,700 square feet, the five-bedroom house was built in 1994 and sits on nearly five acres of land well up Sumas Mountain.

BC Assessment has assessed the home’s value at $1.8 million, up from $1.5 million the previous year.

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PHOTOS: House and access to hidden Abbotsford lake could be yours for $7.5 million

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