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LAKE COUNTRY ESTATES Open House in Kawkawa Lake on Saturday FEB 4th!! Step out of the Ordinary into this 'Brand New Cut Above' Spacious Split level home -or BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME...ONLY 2 LOTS LEFT Corner Locations $129,900 +hst

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Kawkawa Lake, Hope  -  We invite everyone to visit our open house at 22061 LAKE COUNTRY DRIVE (Lot 16) on February 4th Saturday from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM.

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LAKE COUNTRY ESTATES  Open House in Kawkawa Lake on Saturday FEB 4th!! Step out of the Ordinary into this 'Brand New Cut Above' Spacious Split level home  -or BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME...ONLY 2 LOTS LEFT Corner Locations  $129,900 +hst

Step out of the Ordinary into this 'Brand New Cut Above' Spacious Split level home with full walk-out basement absolutely brimming with exquisite detailing. Situated in desirable Lake Country Estates just ½ block to beach and boat launch. Corner lot with A+ curb appeal, commanding mountain views, awesome cedar deck, 45 ft long driveway & side parking for the largest of RV's.

From the Soaring covered entry, custom quality finishings and superior craftsmanship to the abundance of windows and 9' ceilings on both floors, hardwood, extensive tile, stone & woodwork this one of kind home is DRESSED TO IMPRESS! Airy flexible layout offers Gourmet Kitchen,3 bedrooms + den on main with flex room down. Picturesque setting

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Cell: 604-795-1081 
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COME DISCOVER HOPE BC! Just over 150 kms (90 minute drive) from Vancouver or 3 hours from Seattle, there is plenty to do and see in the area. Hope is a vibrant town on the banks of the mighty Fraser River with a population of approx. 7,000. With the sprawling beauty of the Fraser Valley on the westerly way to the Pacific coast and forested mountains surrounding the town, visitors and residents experience beauty in every season.

Hope offers some of British Columbia's most diverse scenery. Hiking, fishing and flight seeing are as much a part of Hope's natural heritage as are its iconic chainsaw carvings that reference its logging history, festivals that celebrate its early trading days and gold rush pioneers. There’s an amazing network of parks, rivers and trails that preserves its history and wildlife.

 

 

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