Sahali Houses for Sale
Search all Sahali Houses for Sale and real estate listings below. Sahali is a neighbourhood in Kamloops, BC, which borders downtown Kamloops and the neighbourhood of Aberdeen. Sahali is one of the largest neighbourhoods in Kamloops and is divided into Upper and Lower Salhali.
Sahali is an established neighbourhood with primarily older but well-maintained homes. However, newer built houses are found. Be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever new Sahali properties come on the market.
Real Estate in Sahali
Lower Sahalia is only minutes from downtown, and several multi-family residential units are available such as townhomes and apartments. The majority of homes are older, and apartments were built in the 1980s, as well as newer constructed buildings, with a choice of different floor plans. They offer panoramic views, and the Strata condominiums have equally stunning river and valley views.
Upper Sahali has more residential homes with large lots and gorgeous scenic views. There is a combination of newer and older homes, and prices range to fit different budgets. There are mainly single-family homes available, but there is also a variety of residential units such as townhomes and apartments. It is a highly desired area to live in, so the real estate reflects that by being a bit higher than other communities in Kamloops. The neighbourhood is surrounded by plenty of mature trees and green space. Houses have up to five bedrooms, and many homes have backyard pools and large double garages. There are many schools in and around Sahlai, so the community is quite family-oriented.
Sahali is located in South Kamloops, which borders Aberdeen. It is considered the largest community in Kamloops, and since 2003 the population has been around 12,000. The neighbourhood is divided into Lower Sahali north of the Trans-Canada Highway and Upper Sahali bordering Highway 5A. The Sahali neighbourhood overlooks the Thompson River valley, which is one of the reasons behind the name. Sahali is a local version of the Chinook Jargon word usually known as saghalieIts. The most basic definition means up or above but translates in this context to 'high ground.'
Sahali has the largest big box stores and the most businesses, restaurants and other amenities. There are also several professional offices where you can find doctors, banks, and other services in the professional centre. There are many stores and shops nearby, as it borders the downtown core.
Highway #1 is easily accessed and runs through Upper and Lower Sahaili, separating the two. Transit is also easy to access through BC Transit with frequent and regular schedules.
There are quite a few schools in the area for children to attend. These include Summit Elementary School, McGowan Park Elementary School, Sahali Secondary School, and South Sa-Hali Elementary School, which is a French immersion school. There is also an online school called Kamloops Open Online Learning Education Center. Thompson Rivers University is a highly prestigious university only minutes away. The hospital is only minutes away, and Kamloops Airport is approximately 25 minutes away.
Things To Do in Sahali
Residents who take pride in their home gardens are lucky enough to have Art Knapp Flower Market around the corner. The garden centre sits on seven acres of land and supports BC growers locally. They also have a quaint little bistro you must visit with seasonal beverages, the finest coffee, and 24 flavours of ice cream.
Albert Mcgowan Park
Albert Mcgowan Park is located on Summit Drive in Kamloops. The park will be your spot to cool off during the hottest summer months. There is a large spray park, playground, soccer field and three baseball diamonds. Minutes from the park is Tournament Capital Centre, which is a great spot to watch a ball game. You can get involved with activities such as gymnastics and swimming or take advantage of their indoor track and fitness facility.
Harper's Trail Estate Winery
This Winery is Kamloop's first winery and was named for the cattle drive "trail" of pioneer rancher Thaddeus Harper. Thompson Okanagan grown and made, the 25.5-acre vineyard is proud to craft fresh, fruit-driven, quality wines. Make sure to visit their tasting room and wine shop. They also host a variety of bands, and musical events and tickets are available on their website.
Bighorn Golf and Country Club
Bighorn Golf and Country Club on Clubhouse Drive in Kamloops is a course for all skill levels. This desert golf course is over 6,000 yards, surrounded by the constant fresh smell of sagebrush, and the views are breathtaking, making it an enjoyable day on the green. They offer leagues and host events, and they also have a pro shop for anything the avid golfer might require for a superb game.
Peterson Creek Park
Peterson Creek Park is one of the community's most popular hiking and family picnic areas. With over 400 hectares of land and over thirty kilometres of trails, this is an excellent opportunity to stay in shape and have fun with friends. The hiking trails range from easy to moderate to very challenging, so there is something for any skill level. The park is also off-leash and dog-friendly, and many mountain bikers take advantage of the trails.