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Welcome to Devon Heights

Now selling custom view lots located in the beautiful Creston Valley

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The Beautiful Creston Valley

 

Nestled on a gently sloping site with expansive vistas in all directions, this very special location is one of the Creston Valley’s best kept secrets.

For many years, this land has been home to a local wildlife population that includes deer, turkeys and all manner of birds and other creatures. At the end of a quiet little street, this new housing location is bordered to the east and north with mature evergreen forests with a creek that trickles through. The immediate neighbour to the south is a cherry orchard, and the scent of blossoms in the spring is something to behold. When the fruit arrives, you won’t have far to go.

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Devon Heights is the newest of Creston’s luxury subdivision developments. Because it is located on a hillside at the end of Devon Road and 12th Ave North, it has a private and very quiet rural setting but is still close to all the amenities that the town has to offer. Most lots will have amazing views to the west, which means you will be able to enjoy the valley views with spectacular sunsets. Devon Heights just may be the best location to build you new home in the Town of Creston. Come visit us and decide for yourself.

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The Creston Valley

The quiet community of Creston is located in southeastern BC just 10 kilometres north of the Canada-US Idaho border and just south of Kootenay Lake.  Located in a valley between the Purcell and Selkirk Mountain ranges it is a breathtaking combination of snow-capped mountain peaks, fields of grain, deep clear lakes and wide-open spaces.  The town and its surrounding five communities, Erickson, Canyon, Lister, West Creston and Wynndel have a total population of about 15,000.

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Tour Devon Heights and Creston Valley

The Creston Valley truly is one of the last remaining secrets and most beautiful spots in all of British Columbia. Never mind the 100 Mile Diet, you don’t have to go more than 10 miles here to find almost everything one needs for sustainable living.

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