Lot 25 Location

Nestled on a gently sloping site with expansive vistas in all directions

About Lot 25 Location

This very special location is one of Creston’s most desirable places to live. At the end of a quiet street, this serene location is on a hillside bordered to the east and north with mature evergreen forests and a creek to the North. The impressive Selkirk Mountains are across the valley to the west. The views are magnificent and the sunsets are spectacular. Away from noise of highways and commercial areas the feeling is rural even though downtown Creston with all its amenities is just a few blocks away. Just steps from the lot is access to miles of hiking and walking trails.

A perfect destination for the long warm summer days the beautiful pristine Kootenay Lake which is just a 25 minute drive to the north of Lot 25.



  • Spectacular view lots

  • Development Opportunity up to 5 Lots

  • Potential to rezone to  R-5 to allow acre estate lots with orchard crop cover or vineyard. Or just build your private home on this prestigious valley vista!

  • Quiet rural setting

  • Underground city services and water licenses available

  • Minutes from downtown Creston

  • Hiking and parks nearby

Lot 25

The Beautiful Creston Valley

Location is one of the most important decisions when selecting a lot to build your new custom home.

Blessed with a temperate climate and situated amidst mountains, rivers, lakes and wildlife, Creston offers residents a wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities including riding stables, hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, swimming, kayaking, hunting, lake and creek fishing.  It is not uncommon for sport fisherman to catch a 20 pound rainbow trout in Kootenay Lake. There are also many ski resorts nearby. The town of Creston has a new $22 million recreational centre with a curling rink and indoor swimming pool.  Creston Valley has two great golf courses, the Creston Golf Club and Kokanee Springs Golf Resort.  Both are challenging courses with exceptional qualities. 

The Creston Valley Hospital is a local, full-service hospital with a 24 hour emergency department.  Creston Valley Regional Airport also offers a medivac serice and a patient can be airlifted to Kelowna or Calgary in 30 minutes.

Creston’s weather is ideal for avid gardeners because it doesn’t have the weather extremes of other valleys in BC. It has a temperate climate with little snowfall.  In warm months the fruit trees are heavy with cherries, peaches, pears and apples. Creston also has several boutique wineries that produce exceptional wine.Summer temperatures are warm with average highs above 26 degrees C (79 degrees F) in July. Average annual rain fall is only 49cm/19in. Winter temperatures are on average, above the freezing point.

It is the perfect place to live, whether you are retiring or raising a family, the valley has so much to offer. The Creston Valley has something for everyone.

Distances from Lot 25

City Distance in time


1 hour 18 minutes

Nelson 1 hour 32 minutes

Kootenay Bay Ferry Terminal

1 hour 9 minutes

Spokane, Washington

3 hours 16 minutes


8 hours 23 minutes


5 hours 37 minutes
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