1 1/2 Story For Sale in Harrison Hot Springs, Harrison Hot Springs

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•  1629 sqft , 3 bath , 2 bdrm 1 1/2 story FOR SALE  CAD602,900 . Downsize without Compromise

Professional pics and Floorplan Coming Soon and showings start Saturday March 27th

RETIRE HERE…Escape the Hustle & Bustle of the City. Welcome to Harrison Lake Estates, a TOP NOTCH GATED COMMUNITY Surrounded by Nature and Amazing Year Round Recreation.

This MASTER ON MAIN, HOME SWEET HOME, offers everything you need on 1 level and BONUS Rec Room, Bdrm and adjoining full bath up, Great space for hobbies and guests.  Freshly Painted, Well Designed with an abundance of windows, high vaulted ceilings & skylights makes it elegant & airy. Large Mbdrm with 5 piece ensuite incl double sinks, soaker tub and large walk-in shower. Bright Kitchen off nook area with extensive roll-outs and BIG Pantry, NEW bi oven and dishwasher. 2 sets of sliding doors leads to a lovely outdoor area & covered patio w/gas BBQ outlet and private south facing yard. Dbl Garage, BI Vac, A/C, 7 appliances corner gas f/p + bbq hook-up. 

Pooch Approved (2 pets okay) No Rentals, well run pro-active strata with maintenance plan in place and 230k in contingency fund, 9yr roofs, Clubhouse, Guest Suites and Meticulous Grounds with water feature. Nice walk to the beach, parks, trails golf & lake. Bust stop at road.

Call Today for More Details!
Shannon Babcock Prec*
Century 21 Creekside Realty
Cell: 604-795-1081

The rich diversity of the Harrison Hot Springs Naturehood
The Harrison is the first river in Canada to receive the designation of Salmon Stronghold as the only area in BC to host all five species of salmon and steelhead trout. One of the key tributaries draining into the Harrison River is Weaver Creek which also boasts an incredible hatchery open to the public.

This incredible biodiversity provides the perfect environment for a host of species that rely on the salmon as a food source. In addition to the thousands of bald eagles that descend on Harrison Mills every fall, seals, seagulls, bears and sturgeon all rely on the spawning salmon. To celebrate the natural spectacle of thousands of bald eagles congregating on the Harrison River the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival was established in 1995. While some bald eagles are present on the Harrison River year round, the great congregation runs from October to February peaking in mid November when the Festival takes place. To get a chance to see some of the beauty surround Harrison Hot Springs check out one of our great hikes or paddle yourself down the Harrison River.

Our Countryside
Harrison Hot Springs is an excellent location for re-connecting with simpler times. Experience our countryside and enjoy a wonderful gift to the senses of things to see, do, smell and taste.

The Circle Farm tour is a great way to get in touch with local food. A celebration of past and present, this tour is a rich mix of wonderful things to see, do, smell, and taste! For more info Circle Farm Tours.
The countryside also offers some wonderful events.

The first event of the year is the Harrison Uncorked Wine Festival, on April 22nd and 23rd. At the Saturday tasting, Muddy Waters Cafe will be providing canapes made with fresh local products from the local farms. Various events take place from Easter till December at the Kilby Historic Site. Preserving life from the 1920’s and 30’s in a General Store built in 1905. With farm animals and homestyle restaurant this site is open for a visit anytime during their season. visit www.kilby.ca for a full listing of hours and events.

In 2017, the Agassiz Harrison Museum will be celebrating its 31st year. Join them and explore the history of the families that made Harrison and Agassiz home. Located in an old CPR train station. www.agassizharrisonmuseum.org

One of our favorite events of the summer season is the Agassiz Farms Cycle Tour which is held in July. This incredible event takes bicycle riders on a 25k circuit of the countryside past some of the finest farms in the Valley. More info can be found at www.fraservalleycycletours.com Voted the best community fair in the province, the Agassiz Fall Fair and Corn Festival takes place on September 15th and 16th in 2017. It’s strong tradition is evidenced in its longevity with the Fair being over 106 years old and the Corn Festival being over 62! Two days of jam-packed, family fun on the Agassiz Fairgrounds includes a midway, chicken and corn BBQ, exhibits, entertainment, 4-H animal competitions, antique tractor pull and so much more. Learn more at www.agassizfallfair.com

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