Columbia/Duncan Houses for Sale
Search all Columbia/Duncan Houses for Sale and real estate listings below. Columbia/Duncan is a neighbourhood in Penticton, BC. Colombia and Duncan are two neighbourhoods of Penticton that residents are proud to call home.
They are located on the eastern side of Penticton at the base of Skaha Mountain and are relatively affordable neighbourhoods of with the same spectacular lake views and landscapes. Be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever new Columbia/Duncan properties come on the market.
Real Estate in Columbia/Duncan
Many of the homes in Colombia and Duncan are well-established homes built in the 1970s. The real estate opportunities in Colombia and Duncan also include newer homes perfect for a growing family. There is a mix of single and multi-family dwellings. South Main is a next-door neighbourhood that offers all of the ease of downtown shops and restaurants.
Sendero Gate Townhomes has developed an elegant townhome community neighbouring Sendero Canyon. A small subdivision nearby called Sendero Heights is a cluster development that has managed to build and sell over 30 homes recently. The community offers many property types, such as building lots, single-family homes, and smaller bungalows for people looking to downsize. Because it is a little bit out of town, keeping the natural environmental features intact has been top of mind. There is plenty of open green space. They also have family-friendly vacation homes available in Sendero Canyon.
Penticton is a city rich and diverse in culture. Home to the Syilx First Peoples for over 7,000 years, they were responsible for aiding the first European fur trades in the Okanagan in the early 1800s.
Penticton is located south of Kelowna and easily accessible along the Okanagan Hwy. Penticton is near several major highways for connection to other BC communities, making movement convenient. Penticton itself is small and accessible enough to park your car and walk, bike or even paddle to your next hot spot. Of course, the outdoor enthusiast will be satisfied with all of the surrounding nature and outdoor activities around the community, including the many hiking trails, baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and lots of open park space.
Colombia and Duncan are situated close to the hospital, Duncan Grocery and many other amenities. Columbia Elementary is a prestigious grade school centred in the community and several other surrounding schools, such as ConnectEd - Junior Alternate and ConnectEd - Senior Alternative on Eckhardt Avenue.
Things To Do in Columbia/Duncan
Several hiking adventures are waiting for you in Penticton. Less than ten minutes from Colombia Street is a 5 km trail past the Art Gallery. It is an easy hike, mostly paved and packed gravel, so it is an excellent hike to try if you are just starting.
The Penticton's Ale Trail is another day trip to mark off your list. Ale Trails provide self-guided itineraries highlighting local craft brewery destinations while enjoying the fantastic nature and scenery along the way.
The disc golf courses are something different and equally entertaining, not to be missed in Penticton. Disc golf is a disc game where you aim for a target and can be enjoyed by large groups of people. There are two under 15 minutes away from Colombia Street.
Skaha Meadows Golf Course
The Skaha Meadows Golf Course is located next to the airport and Cherry Lane Shopping Centre. This 2,435-yard nine-hole course emphasizes the natural scenic setting, native grass, and tree-lined fairways. The course is known to be both challenging and rewarding to the avid golfer. If you want to enjoy tournament hosting, men's night, or ladies' night, those are all available at Skaha Golf Course.
Penticton Art Gallery
The Penticton Art Gallery started as a club for local artists to welcome their exhibitions and eventually became a well-established, pristine art gallery, officially incorporated in 1971. They encourage visitors to enjoy the gallery, interact with the artists, and foster their creativity and social engagement. They encourage and promote artists and their work and emphasize the importance of being on the territory of the Syilx (Okanagan) Peoples.
Penticton Museum and Archives
The Penticton Museum was first established in 1954 when the city gave local collector R.N. Atkinson the ability to house his private collection. The museum has so much to offer in the way of history and Penticton's past. They can even tell you about your property and the community you live in. Programs are offered as well as events and tours are available year-round. They also offer a collection of hands-on displays and activities for the whole family.