Four Hearts Ranch is quite simply a wild, Canadian paradise.
This biodiverse expanse in British Columbia’s South Cariboo Mountains encompasses 5,925 acres of forest, pasture, grasslands, lakes, river gorges, and preserved wetlands, all home to a diverse array of wildlife.
Four Hearts Ranch has been a multigenerational family compound since the current owners began acquiring parcels of land in 2008.
The homestead comprises eight stand-alone residences, including the main house—a 10,000-square-foot log mansion built in harmony with the landscape.
The private lakes (four in total) include one of British Columbia’s top fly-fishing spots. The equestrian center is a world-class facility with stabling for 10 horses, an indoor arena, hay barn, carpentry shop, wrangler’s cottage, round pen, and acres of fenced pastures. Adding to the impressive list of amenities are an aircraft hangar, private airstrip, and a network of roads.