Beautifully cared for 15 acre park-like setting features manicured riding trails throughout. Not only is this property a paradise for riders, it connects to Crown Land that offers many more miles of riding options. Wonderfully secluded and private, there are several meadows on the property that await after making your way through the tree canopied areas of this magical forest. Many fruit and nut trees, with mature flowering shrubs and perennial flower gardens, this setting has much to offer.
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- One level living offers nearly 1700 square feet of inviting living space on the main level. All windows offers private views, and patio doors open onto a large south-facing deck that overlooks the forest. Recent updates include new paint, flooring (carpet, and tile), new deck, and additional interior details. There is a full basement below for an additional 1350 square feet of living space. The home is serviced by a well that produces so much water, it is almost artesian-it is 167' deep and the aquifer provides 50 gallons per minute for both domestic and exterior hydrants. Lennox forced air furnace and heat pump provides economical heating and air conditioning too. Check out the attached video for a tour!
- 15 acres of mostly level property is treed with well cared for trails throughout. It slopes upward in the south-west corner and has great views from that point, and also backs onto Crawn Land which has public access for miles of additional riding trails. The area is fully fenced with several gates to allow riders easy access. Fully fenced, mature nut and fruit trees, and lots of space for a barn or additional out buildings!
Horse Facility Features
- Riding trails on the property that connect to miles of additional trails! This location is ideal for horses and offers some of the most picturesque vistas ever imaginable.
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1721 Lakeview Arrow Creek Rd, Creston, Central Kootenay County, British Columbia