714 - 7th St.
Canada V0X 1N0
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|Address||3249 River Road|
|Property Type||Single Family|
|Lot Size||10.33 Acres|
|Floor Space||2300 Square Feet|
|Parking||2 Spaces, Open, Double Garage, Addl Parking Avail, RV Parking|
Why does this vineyard produce grapes that consistently win awards - The latest being the Best Rose in Canada 2015 & 2016, Best Riesling in Canada 2016? Location! 9 Acres of award winning Foch, Riesling & Zweigelt vines nestled in an area that provides the most hours of sunshine available in the summer & less in the winter allowing the grapes to rest properly with no false starts in the spring. The vineyard & its infrastructure were developed with the future in mind. Newer well, insulated/heated pump house, 9 drip irrigation system, outdoor wood furnace, galvanized steel posts for fencing. Inside the meticulously maintained home, you will find large living areas, warm country kitchen, 4 beds/2 baths, character dining room & coved ceiling, full basement with tons of storage. Sitting area, fruit & nut trees, berries, gardens & the most serene & private yard with majestic mountain & valley views. DUPLICATE LISTING# 170720 - FARM
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A bit about me.....
The year is 1990, we have just moved from the big city of Edmonton to Keremeos where it does feel a bit like we have landed in Oz. It is really small and everyone seems to know who we are before we introduce ourselves. We meet some local people our age who invite us out for an evening. Will it be the movies, a fancy dinner out? No…we get into the back of their truck, (don’t tell my dad) we head off along a dirt road and over to the river’s edge where we gather drift wood and make a bonfire and sit until the stars come out. I was hooked!
The Similkameen and Ashnola Rivers are very familiar places where I fish, hike, camp, walk my dog, stroll with my husband, taught my children how to swim and the perfect place to cool off during the hot days in summer. They part of this town and part of me.