Barnhartvale Houses for Sale
Search all Barnhartvale houses for sale and real estate listings below. Barnhartvale is a neighbourhood in Kamloops, BC, located at the southeast end of Kamloops. Barnhartvale was formerly referred to as Campbell Creek or Campbell's Creek until 1909. Now named after Peter Barnhart, the conductor of the first CPR train through Kamloops, this community is well known for riding stables, ranches and productive farms.
Single-family homes are prevalent in Barnhartvale and range from mid-century homes to newer custom-built houses. Kermode Landing is a newer townhome complex with modern finishes near trails and parks. For those looking to build their dream home, Crestwood Heights is a small development with sweeping views of the valley and surrounding mountains. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Barnhartvale, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Kamloops real estate experts today!
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Real Estate in Barnhartvale
Single-detached homes and row houses are the predominant real estate opportunities that run through Pratt Road and Todd Road in Barnhartvale. Almost half of the houses were constructed in the 1960s and 1970s, and the remainder were built in the 1990s and 2000s. The community of Barnhartvale has a rural kind of setting, with many residents owning horses or livestock. Popular real estate includes luxury homes with ? of an acre of land space, surrounded by tall, mature trees and stunning views. Up to four bedrooms, large driveways, and plenty of front and backyards are well landscaped. Vacant lots with lots of privacy and close-to amenities are also available.
Some neighbouring areas include Dallas, Campbell Creek, and Juniper Ridge. Uplands Drive and Woodland Court are West of Barnhartvale, where the majority of the newer homes are located, with the last homes being built around 2015. There is a grocery store, gas station and a pub and restaurant on Dallas Drive, while more extensive shopping amenities are no more than 20 minutes away.
Barnhartvale is adored for its peaceful neighbourhood and quiet streets, with very little traffic through residential areas. Dallas-Barnhartvale Nature Park is a beautiful spot to get a good hike in, with varying trails and difficulty levels.
There are a couple of popular dining experiences to enjoy near Barnhatvale. The Noble Pig Brewhouse has excellent food and service, and be sure to try their signature craft beer. Hello, Toast is a quaint little spot to start your day off right with a delicious breakfast. Your best and most convenient form of transportation would be by car, as there are buses but they don't provide frequent service. There is not much in the form of amenities within walking distance. Still, parking is ample, and highway access is effortless, while Kamloops city centre is only fifteen minutes away.
Schools near Barnhartvale include R L Clemitson Elementary, Dallas Elementary, Juniper Ridge Elementary, Marion Schilling Elementary, and Valleyview Secondary. The Kamloops Airport is about 30 minutes away.
Things To Do in Barnhartvale
There are a couple of memorable green spaces and parks not to be missed in Barnhartvale. Pack up the car with the family or group of friends for a day outdoors. Paul Lake Provincial Park is a perfect spot that offers a large camp and day area, beach, car-tops boat launch, hiking trails and an adventure playground. It is about 30 minutes drive. There is also Lac Le Jeune Provincial Park, 180 acres of green space to enjoy the surrounding nature, along with swimming, fishing, boating, hiking and biking.
Harper Mountain Ski and Snowboard
Harper Mountain Ski and Snowboard is only twenty minutes from Kamloops and has tons of outdoor recreation. Skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, and snowshoeing are all offered. With 1400 feet of vertical elevation on over 400 acres of terrain, the panoramic views are endless. They offer nighttime skiing and a large fireplace inside their lodge for cozy nights after a fulfilling snow day. If you are new to the sport, Harper Mountain offers lesson packages.
Western Canada Theatre
Western Canada Theatre is the place to enjoy local, professional, live theatre. It all started with a high school teacher's dream 45 years ago. Today a professional theatre, Western Canada Theatre is proud to promote and assist the performing arts through artistic opportunities. The theatre manages and maintains the Pavilion Theatre, a 150-seat black box theatre, and the Sagebrush, a 693-seat proscenium theatre.
Kamloops Museum and Archives
Kamloops Museum and Archives, established in 1937, is one of the oldest museums in the province. The museum collects, organizes, interprets, and displays Kamloops' material and recorded history, including historical records and artifacts. Any history buffs would thoroughly enjoy the museum's collection of more than 20,000 objects and well over 10,000 photographs.
BIG Little Science Centre
BIG Little Science Centre began in 2000 by a retired science teacher. Children and teachers are encouraged to explore and experience science in an entertaining and stimulating environment. The centre is very hands-on with shows and demonstrations for the science buff. Book a visit to see an exhibit or special event, or host your next birthday party.