Regional District: Central Okanagan
Peachland is a growing town of around 5,000 people
nestled in the elbow of scenic Lake Okanagan, British
Columbia, Canada - a growing town eager for new
business opportunities, ready to help people moving
to Peachland looking to start a new business or home
where they can live, work and play.
Peachland is a key Canadian tourist destination for
thousands of visitors during the summer months
offering a spectacular view of mountains stretching
from nearby Kelowna in the north to Penticton in the
south and an eight kilometre lakefront attraction that
is the envy of the Okanagan.
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This reputable and highly profitable commercial services business was built from the ground up. From humble beginnings, the current owners were able to cultivate many long lasting relationships, all based on great service, and customer satisfaction. Many long term contracts are currently in place, a...
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Resort-style office space available for sale. 20 minutes from Kelowna. Occupancy: Spring 2020....
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