Peaceful 53.5 acre creekfront Okanagan estate. Show stealing Modern Country Style Barn w/ one bedroom suite. Renovated 2 bedroom home w/ granite fireplace. Creek runs through. 15 mins to Summerland. High volume wells and underground sprinklers.
This picture perfect peaceful 53.5 acre Okanagan country estate has many facets that combine to make it a great property and the reason it was selected and developed by the owners who clearly got it right!
The show stealing “Modern Country Style Barn” is a very special place with 2,640 ft2 on the ground floor, including 9 bay doors, it has everything you need for your outdoor toys, cars, trucks, and drive through doors make parking your motorhome a breeze. With the “fix it” repair shop, bathroom with shower and great décor you will love hanging out here working on your projects. The 1,200 ft2 second floor loft has been finished as a deluxe Four Star one bedroom suite.
The spacious fully renovated 2 bedroom country home has a stone fireplace with insert and a one bedroom basement suite. The terraced deck of long lasting heavy composite material features an iconic outdoor mortarless granite fireplace by local craftsman Shaun Gibson. The deck overlooks the lawns sprawling down to fish filled Dark Creek that meanders for a quarter mile through the property to the wooded meadows beyond.
The property is fenced and crossed fenced with high end post and rail fencing and numerous corrals. Water from two high volume wells services the house and barn and 6± acres irrigated with underground pop up sprinklers and 3± acres irrigated with manual sprinklers.
The suites are ideal for extended families or B&B to provide rental income.
Country living in Meadow Valley on a paved road with school bus service, internet, adjacent to Crown land to the south and only 15 minutes from Summerland is as good as it gets.
884 Fish Lake Road in Summerland, BC.
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Located on the stunning Lake Okanagan, Summerland is a small community just north of Penticton in the Okanagan Valley. Home to Summerland Ornamental Gardens, visitors can enjoy these stunning gardens year-round which includes magnificent views and glimpses of the staggeringly-high Trout Creek Rail Trestle and the canyon below. The Kettle Valley Steam Railway offers visitors a steam-powered rail tour that will delight both young and old. Fruit stands offering local produce are definitely worth stopping by as is a tour of Bottleneck Drive to sample some of the local wines, ciders, ales, sweet delights and more. Trails, watersports, beaches, golf and the stunning views from atop Giant’s head Mountain all offer lots to do.
The Okanagan Valley is in south-central British Columbia, extending about 200 km north from the American border. Originally home to the Okanagan First Nations, cities in the region now include Vernon, Kelowna, Summerland and Penticton. The area is one of the largest producers of fruit and wine in Canada.
The Okanagan Valley is one of the warmest regions in all of Canada. The Okanagan includes the cities of Kelowna, Penticton, Vernon and Osoyoos. During the summer months, visitors are offered countless sandy beaches, hot sun, and a variety of outdoor and water activities. Okanagan Lake provides the valley not only with excellent swimming but is also a spectacular backdrop to the golf courses and Okanagan wineries and popular ski resorts located in the rolling hills of this wine valley.
At lower elevations, the Okanagan Valley is characterised by open parkland vegetation dominated by ponderosa pine, Douglas fir, and bluebunch wheat grass. At higher elevations the forest is more closed, and western larch, western red cedar and lodgepole pine are found more frequently.
Summerland, with its diverse landscape, wineries and cultural events is a playground worthy of exploration. Whether you like to play in the water, bike in the mountains or meander along sagebrush lined walking trails, Summerland offers so many things to do for the eager traveller.
The Okanagan Valley is British Columbia’s premier grape growing region and our Summerland wineries consistently produce some of the top wines in Canada. Whether you like the refreshing crispness of a Pinot Gris, or the earthy flavours of a rich Merlot, the wineries of Summerland offer world class vintages.
Hike or bike the trails and parks and gasp in wonder as you turn a corner to see the Okanagan Valley spread before you. Consider an agritourism experience. Explore nearby orchards and vineyards, and sample the fresh local food that Summerland has to offer. Frolic or laze on sun-soaked Rotary Beach. Try your hand at kayaking or stand up paddle boarding. Take a guided horseback ride on one of our many trails, or tour the classic car museum. Sample some of the best Okanagan wines on Bottleneck Drive, or have some family fun on a steam train. See the charming downtown, where the roots of creativity and culture run deep. Shop for an afternoon, find hidden treasures in our antique stores and sip a glass of wine on one of our patios.
Note the impressive list of top-class sporting events, such as the UltraMan Canada Championships. Participate in the Summerland Art Walk, or take in a cultural experience including theatre, spoken word and music at the Ryga Festival.
David Stuart, a Scottish fur trader employed by the Pacific Fur Company, is credited as the first European to see the valley in 1811. His cousin, John Stuart of the Hudson’s Bay Company, followed the trail in 1814 through the valley that continued to be used until 1847 by fur traders and later, miners. Missionaries built the first settlement at the head of Okanagan Lake in about 1840 and near Kelowna in 1859. Some miners stayed on after a small gold rush at Cherry Creek (50 km east of Vernon), as did a few of the Overlanders of 1862. Ranching in the northern valley was the first viable industry.
The Okanagan Valley is roughly 200 km long and 20 km wide. It lies between the Columbia and Cascade mountain ranges in south-central British Columbia. Its landscape of low hills and oblong lakes was formed by glacial activity during the Pleistocene epoch, the final retreat of the ice between 11,000 and 9,000 years ago. The glaciers left large deposits of gravel, silt and sand on the bottom and sides of the valley. These sediments were eroded by water and wind, resulting in large alluvial fans (i.e., triangle-shaped deposits of sediment) and deltas such as those on which the cities of Vernon, Kelowna and Penticton partly stand; these sediments are now used for agriculture. The valley includes several lakes, all of which were once part of a large glacial lake. The largest of these lakes is Okanagan Lake. From east to west are Swan, Kalamalka and Wood lakes and to the south lie Skaha, Vaseux and Osoyoos lakes. The whole system drains south through the Okanagan River into the Columbia River.
Please see mapping section. All boundaries are approximate.
Please contact the listing RELATOR® for copies of the floor plans for both the barn and the house.
49°40'7.19"N and 119°48'48.84"W
The Modern Country Style Barn is a very special place with 2,640 ft2 on the ground floor, including 9 bay doors, it has everything you need for your outdoor toys, car, truck, and the drive through doors make parking your motorhome a breeze. With the “fix it” repair shop, bathroom with shower and great décor you will love hanging out here working on your projects. The 1,200 ft2 second floor loft has been finished as a deluxe Four Star one bedroom suite.
The Main House is a renovated 2 bedroom country home has a stone fireplace with insert and a furnished one bedroom basement suite.
Additional improvements include:
THE WEST 1/2 OF DISTRICT LOT 2544 OSOYOOS DIVISION YALE DISTRICT EXCEPT PLANS B1052 AND 31047
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