Regional District: Central Kootenay
Salmo is a beautiful village situated high in the Selkirk Mountains in the Kootenay Region of British Columbia. We are an active community with many services and attractions. We have a vibrant arts community and challenging, fun recreational activities year round. Salmo has a fascinating Gold Rush and Logging history that is celebrated in our famous stone murals. Besides our many service groups, clubs and organizations, Salmo is surrounded by pristine wilderness with exceptional natural beauty.
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312 Fourth Street, Kaslo, BC, V0G 1M0
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101 4th Street Salmo, BC, Salmo, BC
For more pictures go to www.PropertyGuys.com ID 30974 Salmo Hotel @ Restaurant .... Salmo's iconic landmark!! Owner is ready to retire after growing and enjoying this business for 35 years! Here is your perfect opportunity to get into Salmo and run your own profitable local business. A year round b...
420 Railway St, Nelson, BC, V1L
ESCAPE THE CITY - LIVE WHERE YOU WORK - STANLEY HOUSE - SERIOUS ATTENTION TO OLD WORLD DETAIL AND CRAFTMANSHIP This unique historic property could have the heritage home converted into an office, restaurant, pub, live/work, daycare, school, etc. or the site could be redeveloped with a height allowan...
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