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Ralph Webb

$750

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MLS® #180617

Sunrise Business Centre in a price Main Street location. Large open reception area with 3 offices left on the main level. Various main floor office spaces: $600 - $750 per month, utilities included. Main floor office sizes: office #3 - 14'X12'3", office #5 - 11'3"X10'6", office # 1- 14'X12'. Two offices in basement area also available to rent $300 &…
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Mark Pankratz Of ROYAL LEPAGE LOCATIONS WEST

$249,900

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Condo

MLS® #184318

Perfect condition, easy to show. Spacious 2 bedrooms, 1 and a half baths. Large south facing deck offers mountain views and a great location on well maintained, private landscaped grounds. Abundant storage in and outside behind carport. Complex is 55+. Low strata fees. Close to malls & bus, no pets.
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Mark Pankratz Of ROYAL LEPAGE LOCATIONS WEST

$384,900

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MLS® #184172

Contingent - Comfortable 3 bedroom bungalow with full partially finished basement on gently sloping beautifully landscaped lot in the heart of Oliver. 2 bedrooms up with large living/dining room and bright new kitchen with new appliances and quartz counters. Large partially covered deck opens onto the fully fenced back yard complete with trees, room to garden and a single car…


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Penticton makes top 10 best destinations in world!!

Penticton, B.C. is one of the 10 best places in the world to visit, according to a survey of Facebook users by the on-line publication The Huffington Post.

The publication says it analyzed more than 200-million comments and other travel references on the social network site to come up with the list.

The article says Penticton– nestled in the OkanaganValley about a five hour drive east of Vancouver– is becoming a year-round vacation hot spot with its beautiful beaches, a burgeoning wine industry and many outdoor activities.

Eric Sorensen, chair of the Penticton Business Development Group, calls the ranking a “huge coup” for his city. He says now the world knows about the area’s natural assets and the local tourism business is looking forward to welcoming new visitors as a result of the article.