Brocklehurst Houses for Sale

Search all Brocklehurst Houses for Sale and real estate listings below. Brocklehurst is a neighbourhood in Kamloops, BC. Brocklehurst is a highly desirable neighbourhood for first-time homebuyers or those looking to invest in property.

Over half of the real estate in Brocklehurst consists of single detached homes built between 1960 and 1980, with the remainder being small apartment buildings, duplexes, and townhouses. Be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever new Brocklehurst properties come on the market.

Brocklehurst MLS Real Estate Listings October 4, 2022
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Listed
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Avg. DOM
$338.62
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$649,900
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Real Estate in Brocklehurst

There is something for everyone in this neighbourhood, and price ranges vary for every budget. Rancher-style homes are available, and investors can even find revenue-generating properties. There are some commercial spaces and lots available for potential developments. Larger single-family homes and luxury estate homes offer up to five bedrooms, plenty of landscaped yard space, and outdoor pools. Some properties feature up to ? of an acre surrounded by gorgeous lakeside views.

Other real estate opportunities exist in Brocklehurst, including detached homes, waterfront properties, manufactured home parks, and strata developments. Orchard Mobile Home Park is a quiet park with plenty of mature trees and green space. 

There are also senior assisted living developments such as Riverbend and Mayfair Manor, a beautiful community for those aged 55 and up. Waterfront properties reside near Tranquille Road with one-of-a-kind architectural designs.

About Brocklehurst

Located west of Kamloops, Brocklehurst is a desired community, best known to residents as simply Brock. The community got its name after an orchardist from England, Ed Brocklehurst, who lived in the area in the early 1900s. Brocklehurst is Kamloop's largest neighbourhood, but it is a quiet community with light traffic in and out. It is perfect for the outdoor lover, with ten parks nearby and gorgeous views of the Thomson River to the south.

McArthur Island Park is less than ten minutes away and has endless outdoor activities to fill your sunny days. There is plenty of parking, bike paths, tennis courts, a boat launch, and more. The warmer temperatures contribute to the many lush orchards that grow, and you can guarantee much success growing your fruit or tomato trees.

The best form of transportation would be by car, as the transit system is lacking and there is not much in the way of travelling by foot. There are still restaurants, a grocery store, and other 

amenities within a fair distance to travel by car. Students living in Brock attend the nearby schools, including Kay Bingham Elementary, AE Perry Elementary, Parkcrest Elementary, Brocklehurst Middle school, NorKam Senior Secondary School, and Twin Rivers Education Centre. The Kamloops International Airport is also easily accessed. Less than ten minutes away, It’s located at the west end of Brocklehurst, via Tranquille Road or off Highway 5 via Ord Road.

Things To Do in Brocklehurst

Brocklehurst is noted for being a warmer micro-community, so longer summers mean spending more time outdoors and getting out as often as possible. Residents enjoy heading out to Riverside Park often. Less than fifteen minutes away, Some other green spaces to enjoy a day outdoors include Pioneer Park and Beach, Sing Bowl Park, Ord Road Dog Park, and the Crestline Community Park, which has a community garden.

Kamloops Art Gallery

Kamloops Art Gallery was Incorporated in 1978. Located in Secwepemcúl’ecw, it has a collection of over 3,000 pieces and is the most extensive gallery in the interior of British Columbia. The Gallery offers diverse, accessible, and affordable experiences, including talks, tours, and studio-based programming for people of all ages and experience levels. With plenty of exhibitions to discover, bring your sense of culture and artistic flair to your next visit.

Riverside Park

The Thompson River and Landsdowne Street border Riverside Park. It is one of the nicest waterfront parks to visit in Kamloops. With a beautiful sandy beach and lake, there are many other activities to enjoy outside. There is a trail nearby that offers a peaceful and easy hike of 2.8 kilometres.

The trail begins at the Japanese Gardens and follows all around the park. The friendship park is a great piece of Kamloops history and a beautiful photo backdrop.

Brocklehurst Arena

Brocklehurst Arena is the place to go for all your recreational activities and programs. They feature aquatics, fitness, pickleball, and ice surface all year long for skating. Just off Fleetwood Avenue and adjacent to Brock Pool and Brocklehurst Park, lots of activity is nearby. Registering for a program is easy online, and they also host different events around town, including concerts and shows.

BIG Little Science Centre

BIG Little Science Centre offers fun and hands-on learning. Develop the passion for science in your little one, or just get their creative juices flowing by exploring all there is to learn at the science centre.They have over 140 stations that offer hands-on rooms, labs, shows, and even travelling exhibits. Keep them in mind for booking your next group event or birthday party.