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    First Class Okanagan Estate - Kaleden, BC

    Okanagan Listing No. 24103

    15 minutes to airport & Skaha Beach! 6 acres with 3,415 ft2 house brand new kitchen & laundry, hardwood floors, mountain views, second kitchen, walkout basement, multiple decks, and double garage. Pool, hot tub, and sauna. 785 ft2 insulated detached shop.


    6.4 acres

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    Rural living only 15 minutes from Penticton Airport and Skaha Beach! This property is over 6 acres and has it all. The updated level entry rancher has too many features to list but here are a few; brand new kitchen and laundry, hardwood floors, mountain views, wood fireplace, second kitchen, walkout basement, multiple decks, and a double garage.

    Outside you’ll find such features as the covered deck that leads to the in-ground pool, hot tub, and sauna! The 785 square foot, insulated, detached shop has high ceilings, oversized garage doors, and bathroom. The lower section of the property is fairly flat and open with a pond that provides irrigation water and the occasional ice rink during the winter months! The upper section of the property has a large flat area where the views of the surrounding mountains are even more impressive. The house and shop sit on the property’s middle bench along with fire pit area, fenced garden and chicken coop. This property is quiet and relaxing, the home is comfortable and welcoming. A must see, it will not last long!

    Call the listing REALTOR® today for more information of to book a time to go by for a look.


    106 Saddlehorn Drive - Kaleden, BC


    From Vancouver: approximately 375 kilometres (about 233 miles)

    Take Highway 1 east from Vancouver to Hope. Switch to Highway 3 eastbound towards Keremeos. In Keremeos, turn right onto Highway 3A. Follow Highway 3A south to Penticton. Continue south on Highway 97 to reach Kaleden, just south of Penticton.


    Pine and fir are commonly found in the mountains and high country around Penticton, which include the Okanagan Highland, and to its east, the Monashee Mountains.


    Penticton is known for rolling vineyards, sparkling lakes, golden beaches, vast mountain ranges and one the best year-round climates in Canada. Due to its warm climate, the city has a diverse array of public spaces, from parks to hiking trails. It is home to ten public parks and seven beaches situated in the city.


    A wide variety of walking and cycling paths will offer you an up-close look at the unique environment. Experience the unforgettable smell of pine and sage floating on a warm breeze, as you spy the inhabiting wildlife.

    Kettle Valley Trail

    The Kettle Valley Trail brings hikers, walkers, joggers, and bikers of all levels. The impressive views along this mostly flat and well-graded former railway line. Inclines never exceed 2.2 percent, so most of your effort will be expended on soaking up the amazing scenery and views over Lake Okanagan.

    Munson Mountain

    Easily spotted from just about anywhere in town, Munson Mountain is where you will see the giant letters spelling out Penticton on the hillside. The public park, located up Vancouver Hill, provides expansive views out over the Okanagan Valley, the city, and the sparking waters of the lake below.

    Wine Tours

    Choose from over 170 wineries operating and producing more than 75 grape varietals near Penticton with three distinctly different wine regions including Naramata, Okanagan Falls and Summerland. Tour and taste at any of the 80 plus wineries within 20 minutes of the city.

    The city is also home to 5 breweries and was named the second-best beer town in Canada.

    Rock Climbing

    With over 1,200 documented routes, it is the second most popular rock climbing area in British Columbia. Penticton's beautiful setting makes getting out into nature an easy task. Just a short drive from town is Skaha Bluffs Provincial Park, the top climbing destination in the Okanagan Valley and one of the best in British Columbia.


    Apex Mountain Resort remains one of the hidden gems of Canadian skiing and has ideal weather conditions that conspire to create incredible, light champagne powder. This ensures the perfect mix of precipitation, combined with low humidity and the dry champagne powder snow it is famous for. Apex Mountain Resort is the only mountain in the Okanagan that faces northeast, so those beautiful powder snow crystals are less affected by the sun and the famous light. Dry powder snow can survive for days after a snowfall.

    With an average of 600 cm of this special snow falling each season, Apex provides the moderate winter conditions and dry powder snow craved by skiers and snowboarders alike.

    Boating and Fishing

    Boating and fishing on Skaha Lake and Okanagan Lake. In the summer many people enjoy floating down the river channel that connects Okanagan Lake and Skaha Lake. This wonderful lakefront park is one of Penticton's main attractions. Warm, crystal-clear waters lap up against a wide beach with golden sands backed by a lakefront promenade.

    Camping and RVing

    Penticton has a climate tailor-made for campers.


    The name Penticton is derived from a word in the Okanagan language. It is conventionally translated as "a place to stay forever" but is actually a reference to the year-round flow of Okanagan Lake through Penticton where it enters Skaha Lake.

    Penticton was incorporated as a district municipality on December31, 1908. In 1912, the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) developed the Incola Hotel for the city, which operated for approximately 70 years.

    In 1948, a provincial highway opened between Hope and Princeton, which allowed access to Penticton, and created competition for the Kettle Valley Railway; headquarters for the railway were chosen to be in Penticton, in 1910, but the location burnt down in 1964. Much of the railroad's original route has been converted to a multi-use recreational trail, known as the Kettle Valley Rail Trail, which carries the Trans Canada Trail through this part of British Columbia.


    Please see mapping section, all boundaries are approximate.

    Map Reference

    49°21'03.4"N and 119°37'44.8"W


    • Power
    • Well water
    • Septic system
    • Cell service
    • Internet
    • Gas


    3,415 ft2 main house - level entry rancher has too many features to list but here are a few; brand new kitchen and laundry, hardwood floors, mountain views, wood fireplace, second kitchen, walkout basement, multiple decks, and a double garage.

    785 ft2 insulated detached shop has high ceilings, oversized garage doors, and bathroom.

    Fire pit area, fenced garden and chicken coop.

    Tax Details

    $5,348.65 (2023)




    PID 023-727-471

    Maps & Plans

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    Maps & Plans

    Our property descriptions and geographical information are taken from the BC Assessment Authority, Land Titles Office, government maps and other sources. While LandQuest® does not guarantee the information, we believe it to be accurate, but should not be relied upon without verification. This communication is not intended to cause or induce breach of an existing agency agreement.