Regional District: Central Kootenay
New Denver is a village in southeastern British Columbia, Canada, along the shore of Slocan Lake. New Denver was founded as a mining town in 1892, and briefly known as Eldorado City before being renamed after Denver, Colorado. It was incorporated as a village in 1929 and currently has approximately 504 residents. Explore the extraordinary history of the Silvery Slocan at a number of historic and heritage sites in the area, hike along abandoned railway lines or provincial park trails, or kayak Slocan Lake. However, relaxing and enjoying the scenery in the "Slo-as-you-can Valley" also makes for a perfectly restful vacation.
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Excellent Hardware and Building Supply Business. Same owners for over 40 years!...
309 & 311 sixth avenue, New Denver, BC
Well restored and updated heritage building with residential above and retail below. Property is located on the main commercial street in the quaint community of New Denver.The building's exterior was professionally painted in September 2016. The residential component consists of a nice spacious 2 b...
6331 Harrop Procter Rd, Nelson, BC, V1L 6P9
Rare 10.62 acre property with M Industrial Zoning. Had rail spur across property in the past and may be possible to re install with approval. Great site for manufacturing industry or Medical Marijuana operation (with approval) 2 shops shop 1 is 60 feet long 34 wide with 20 foot ceiling plus wing sho...
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