A picture of the District municipality of One Hundred Mile House.

One Hundred Mile House

Lending guidelines for One Hundred Mile House, British Columbia

Our Maximum Loan To Value
Not Lending Here
2021 Population
Land Area
53.01 Km²
2016 > 2021 Growth

One Hundred Mile House is a municipality in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. It has a population of 1928 and an area of 53.01 km². Originally known as Bridge Creek House during the Gold Rush, the town was made up of ramshackle buildings that serviced travellers going between Kamloops and Fort Alexandria. The town was names 100 Mile House because it was located 100 Miles from Lillooet (Mile 0) of the Cariboo Wagon Road. As the gold rush slowed down, farmers started to settle in the areas surrounding 100 Mile House. Today the town has many clubs and organizations to belong to, including a junior B hockey team. A curling club, mountain biking club, nordic skiing and much more. Birding and fishing are popular hobbies for many locals or people travelling to the area to experience the hundreds of small lakes surrounding the town. The main industres in 100-Mile House are forestry and ranching along with log home building. The town has many parks and trails for walking, hiking, biking and even a snowmobile trail in the winter. Downtown , tour the art museum that is run by volunteers from the community or get involved with the community garden. It is a great place to live, work, and play. There are also many events and festivals held in the municipality throughout the year.

Unfortunately, One Hundred Mile House is not in our lending areas and Tekamar Mortgage Fund Ltd will not lend here