Multi Homestead / Farm near beautiful Nelson BC
Nelson, Central Kootenay County, British Columbia
655 Ferguson Rd & 6956 Harrop-Procter Rd. Three homesteads on an incredible 154 acre property in Sunshine Bay between Harrop & Procter. Land is a mixture of hay fields, pasture & forest with approximately 20 acres of fenced & cross-fenced areas. Private gravity-fed spring water plus an additional spring fed creek. Great seasonal sun & panoramic mountain views. The main home is a beautiful custom built timber frame with a 1400 sq ft guest suite attached by a breezeway & three bay carport. The home includes geothermal heating/cooling/hot water, both wood & gas fireplaces, stainless steel appliances, large walk-in cooler & four covered decks. In addition, a large timber frame barn/workshop/tractor & storage shed -all with electricity & lighting (barn has water hook up & is attached to a four acre pasture), organic gardens, orchard, berry bushes, engineered greenhouses, animal housing & a large pond. The second home is very private with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, vaulted ceilings, covered decks, a large fenced yard & garden, & its own driveway. The third home is a very charming one bedroom 700 sq ft cottage with equestrian facilities including horse barn (four individual 12'x20' stalls with power and water), walk-out paddocks attached to pasture and grazing, heated tack room, loafing shed, full size riding arena with excellent sand footing, hay storage and a RV carport. This property is located on the West Arm of Kootenay Lake directly above Sunshine Bay Park.
A small city with a big personality, Nelson is situated on the shores of Kootenay Lake in the heart of the Selkirk Mountains. An eclectic mixture of cultures, this city has its own unique flavour, bursting with different attitudes and beliefs. This offbeat Victorian town boasts hundreds of well-preserved heritage buildings, coffee shops, sidewalk cafes and boutique style stores in the downtown area known as Baker Street. Explore the diversity and warmth of the community; the kind of people who smile at strangers walking by. Nelson has been and will continue to be a magnet for visitors looking for that rare blend of cultures and the active lifestyle that comes with it. All the recreational activities you can imagine are available here or in the surrounding area, such as boating, kayaking, swimming, skating, skiing, snowboarding, biking, hiking, golfing, and more. Nelson has all amenities close by in town, but stop by surrounding cities for variety. Castlegar and Kaslo are just a short drive away.
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