Welcome to country living! Stunning modern 3,000 ft2 residence perched atop 27+ acres. Perfect location to raise a family, or comfortably retire. A short 15-minute commute to the heart of Kamloops, offering everything needed to ensure full enjoyment of your new forever home.
Welcome to country living! Set your sights on this stunning modern 3,000 square foot residence perched atop 27 beautiful acres with over 650 feet of lake frontage, and JUST 15 minutes from the heart of Kamloops.
The property is perfectly laid out to be utilized as an equestrian training and boarding operation, or just to house your own team. The current owners have built all the necessary structures to ensure the horses can be kept happy and healthy on day 1. That includes shelters, storage for hay, available heated waterers, a 60' round pen, a 90' x 200' riding arena, new 65' x 30' shelter (negotiable) and more.
The beautifully designed home is as elegant as it is functional and is a great option for a growing family, or even retirees who have horses and need the extra space when family comes to visit. This ideal open floorplan home features 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths including a full ensuite, bathroom. There is a large island kitchen with walkout deck access and a seemingly endless supply of sunlight. The basement also receives plenty of sunshine and features polished concrete floors and 1.5 baths, the fourth bedroom, a flex room/gym space, and a WETT-certified wood stove. There is also an excellent hot tub already set up just outside the front door.
The community of Knutsford is very close and tight knit, with regularly held events for the whole family to enjoy. The property also has school bus access at the driveway, removing the stress of transporting your kids to and from class each day. The proximity of the property to Kamloops makes grabbing groceries and supplies, or the eggs you forgot to buy for your recipe, a quick and easy trip. The Aberdeen mall is just a 10-minute drive from your doorstep.
3650 Princeton Kamloops Highway – Kamloops, BC
Kamloops is a city in south-central British Columbia, at the confluence of the south flowing North Thompson River and the west flowing Thompson River, east of Kamloops Lake. It is located in the Thompson-Nicola Regional District, whose district offices are based here. The surrounding region is sometimes referred to as the Thompson Country.
The city was incorporated in 1893 with about 500 residents. The Canadian Pacific Railroad was completed through downtown in 1886, and the Canadian National arrived in 1912, making Kamloops an important transportation hub.
With a 2021 population of 97,902, it is the twelfth largest municipality in the province. The Kamloops census agglomeration is ranked 36th among census metropolitan areas and agglomerations in Canada with a 2021 population of 114,142.
Kamloops is promoted as the Tournament Capital of Canada. It hosts more than 100 sporting tournaments each year (hockey, baseball, curling, etc.) at world-class sports facilities such as the Tournament Capital Centre, Kamloops Bike Ranch, and Tournament Capital Ranch. Logging, Beef Cattle, Vegetable farming, Transportation, Viticulture, Health care, tourism, and education are major contributing industries to the regional economy and have grown in recent years. Thompson Rivers University (~25,000 students) was established as Cariboo College in 1970.
The Kamloops region offers a multitude of both summer and winter activities. They include:
50°34'50.36"N and 120°17'26.29"W
Hydro, cistern, septic.
LOT B SECTION 4 TOWNSHIP 19 RANGE 17 WEST OF THE 6TH MERIDIAN KAMLOOPS DIVISION YALE DISTRICT PLAN KAP91955 INCLUDING THE AREA DESIGNATED ON SRW PLAN NO. KAP82416, NOVEMBER 15, 2006, C. JOHNSTON, REGISTRAR
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