Regional District: Okanagan-Similkameen
Summerland is the perfect combination of lifestyle and opportunity. With meandering roads and views of brilliant blue water, lush orchards and spectacular vineyards at every turn, it’s hard to believe we’re so close to larger cities, an international airport and the US border.
Families particularly love Summerland for our recreational opportunities, our excellent schools and our culture of helping our neighbors. As well, every type of farm-fresh fruit, produce and organics is available at our fingertips.
When it comes to growth, Summerland has lots of opportunity – both on our Main Street and in our newest industrial park. with your great ideas and our beautiful community, we know you’ll fit right in. Summerland has a population of 11,280. It is very close to the Kelowna International Airport and the Penticton Regional Airport as well as the University of BC Okanagan campus. Summerland has the world-class Pacific Agricultural Research Centre within our city limits, offers developable industrial land and has a hardworking and highly educated workforce.
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8724 MILNE RD, Summerland, BC
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301 Main St, Penticton, BC, V2A 5B7
301 Main St Penticton's foremost location Prime office and or retail space available in Nanaimo Square. Easy access handicapped adapted with elevator. Bring your business ideas Retail, Office, Professional. All measurements are approximate. For more information & to view this property contact ERNIE ...
9727 Thompson Road, Summerland, BC
Sound and lighting package. It can be used for a large show (Arena sized) or broken down into smaller packages for events like weddings, etc. New trailer included in package. Trailer is new with 1000km....
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