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Simple House in Family Oriented Neighborhood by university

House • Kelowna BC Canada

    6 Guests  
    3 Bedrooms  
    3 Beds  
    2.0 Bathrooms  
    3 Car spaces 
    Secondary home  

Exchange types accepted



Listed  July 2020
Views  97
Response rate  100%

General overview

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Air conditioning
Cupboard / drawers
Bed sheets
Fire extinguisher
Smoke alarms
Clothes dryer
Garden / yard
Deck / patio / courtyard / terrace

Travel styles

    Sport and leisure
    Last minute

House rules

    Suitable for infants under 2
    Suitable for children ages 2-12
    Pets not allowed
    No smoking


    Cat free
    Dog free
    Carpet free
    Smoke free
    Fragrance free


You can reach many wineries, local orchards, golf courses, beaches, parks and playgrounds within 15mins drive. Maps with local markets, favorite restaurants, wineries and attractions can be provided for your use. For those who love the outdoors, we have everything from Golfing, Hiking, Swimming, Fly Fishing, Horseback Riding, Steam Train Tour, Kangaroo Farm, Zipline, Moutain Biking, Rock Climbing, to Paragliding, Flyboarding, Ice Climing, the list goes on and on and on and on... By the way, bouldering is across from my Primary house (literally). Our beautiful beaches (most of them are within 5-30 mins from me): https://www.kelownanow.com/columns/hiking_the_okanagan/news/Hiking_the_Okanagan/10_of_the_best_beaches_within_2_hours_of_Kelowna Fruit U-pick in the summer: Strawberries, Cherries, Apricots, Peaches, Blueberries, Raspberries, Plums, Grapes, Apples, Pears (and Garlic - I know this is not fruit)... They are all available in the local farms or farmers markets. Fruits and vegetables freshly picked are not the same as store brought. Check out the harvest schedule here, in case you want to come for the U-Pick experience: http://frugalokanagan.com/okanagan-fruit-stands-and-u-picks/ We purchase our meat (chicken, beef and pork) directly from a local farmers - their farm is about 100 miles from my house (note to self, 200 lb of meat takes up a lot space in a freezer 😋). We're lucky to be in the Okanagan where produce are abundant - last summer we got 20 kg of honey, 140 lb u-pick apricots, 100 lb u-pick apples, some backyard prunes/chestnuts and 1600 lb organic peaches (this one is with friends). Everything from local farmers within 10 miles from me. With so many orchards and farms, the Okanagan is pretty great for "Farm to Table" - here's a Vancouver Magazine article about 8 such restaurants, 3 of which are within 5 mins from us (many many more in the area): http://vanmag.com/taste/kelownas-8-farm-table-restaurants/ The Westside Farm Loop (where my house is): https://www.visitwestside.com/listings/westside-farm-loop/ The Kelowna Farm to Table Tour: https://www.tourismkelowna.com/things-to-do/farms-orchards-markets/farm-to-table/ https://www.tourismkelowna.com/things-to-do/farms-orchards-markets/local-flavours-guide/ The Vernon Farm to Folk Tour: https://www.tourismvernon.com/en/eat-and-drink/Farm-to-Fork.aspx

Getting around

Although our house is in walking distance (within 20 mins) to major groceries and restaurants, parks and playgrounds, a car is needed to get around in the Okanagan. Our house is perfectly located to explore the Okanagan - Canada's wine, golf, & recreation capital. Between Kelowna and Westbank, you have your pick from a wide variety of restaurants. From an astonishing assortment of international cuisines (Thai, Indian, Vietnamese) to truly native Canadian (the Kekuli Cafe specializes in aboriginal Bannock and buffalo) Within 20 mins, you will find a piece of Australia in the Okanagan: a Kangaroo petting-zoo (yes, you can feed and snuggle a baby wallaby). Venture a little farther and your options are almost unlimited, horseback riding, historic steam-train rides, to the amazing Myra Canyon Railway Trestle tours. Day trip venues include Manning park & resort (2.5hr), Osoyoos (2hr - Canada's only desert), Kamloops (2hr - wildlife park), Vancouver (4hr), Golden (3.5hr, Northern Lights Wolf Center), Banff & Jasper (4.5hr). Winter activities range from skiing (downhill & cross-country), snow-shoeing, to dogsledding.

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West Kelowna, BC, Canada
Joined January 2019
Response rate 100%
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Destination flexible
Dates flexible
"We're not restricted to school holidays, so our house is available during Christmas and New Year. We are also in the perfect location for the Wine Festivals."

Calgary, AB, Canada
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"Sometime between May and September preferred"

Edmonton, AB, Canada
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"Sometime between May and September preferred"

Vancouver, BC, Canada
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"Anytime as long as Coquihalla is clear"

Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
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"Anytime as long as Coquihalla is clear"

Sydney NSW, Australia
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"Planning for 2021 sometime between Feb and April."

Copenhagen, Denmark
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"Planning for 2023 - Shoulder season preferred, but flexible"

Stockholm, Sweden
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"Planning for 2023 - Shoulder season preferred, but flexible"

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"Planning for 2023 - Shoulder season preferred, but flexible"

South East Asia (Flexible)
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"Planning for 2022 sometime between Feb and April"

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