Main North & South Houses for Sale

Search all Main North & South houses for sale and real estate listings below. Main North & South is a highly sought-after neighbourhood in Penticton, BC. The north borders Okanagan Lake, and the neighbourhood's south end borders Skaha Lake. Residents love living here for the utmost convenience, with shopping, restaurants, amenities and recreation all moments away. The Kettle Valley Rail Trail winds through Main North & South and offers a great paved trail to walk or bike.

Condos, Townhomes and detached homes are sprinkled throughout the neighbourhood offering many options for homebuyers. Skaha Lake Towers is a newer development expected to finish in 202 that is a short walk to Skala Lake Park. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Main North & South, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Penticton real estate experts today!

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Real Estate in Main North & South

Main North has many beachfront properties, making it a desirable location in Penticton. Having that downtown vibe with well-established homes and beautiful condos will draw you into Main North living. Along Lakeshore Drive, homes have some of the most breathtaking mountain views. Residential houses can be found with several bedrooms and large windows to maximize the natural beauty. 

There are many opportunities to open your restaurant, bar, or coffee shop. Main North and South have several lease opportunities for commercial properties or investments, whether you are looking to open your own business, set up in empty office space, or take over an already established business. These can be great business ventures for an established business owner or entrepreneur. The Main North neighbourhood receives healthy foot traffic to keep your establishment booming. 

Main South has some homes with that classic established feel, built in the 1960s or newly renovated for an up-to-date living space. Lakeside condos with adequate space, townhomes and low-maintenance ranchers are some of the real estate in the area. Multi-million dollar homes are also available in Main South with stunning lakefront views. 

Main South is a great spot for first-time buyers or those looking for their perfect smaller-sized starter homes. The homes here can be more affordable, and schools nearby are highly recommended. Main South is also close to the Penticton Senior Centre, so it is a popular residential area for retirees. Many homes in this neighbourhood are near amenities, golf courses, and the Penticton Regional Hospital.  

About Main North & South

The Penticton neighbourhoods of Main North and South are centrally located in the community and are easily accessible from nearby areas. Loosley bordered by Lakeshore Dr. W to the north, Government Street to the east, Skaha Lake to the south, and Ellis Creek to the west; both neighbourhoods meet at a lake, offering their own perks. Main North is on the opposite end of Main South, but they both have that convenient downtown living. Whether you are looking to stroll around town, heading to the lake for a day trip, or looking for fresh produce at the farmer’s market, there is always something within walking distance. South Main The market is an excellent destination for a quick bite, fresh sandwiches and salads, or a few grocery items, like fresh-baked bread, fresh meats, and deli. There is ample vehicle or bike parking as well. 

The School district of Okanagan Skaha includes Colombia Elementary, Parkway Elementary, KVR Middle School, Skaha Lake Middle School, and Princess Margaret AIM. The city is built to make cycling accessible, and the Okanagan Similkameen Transit System provides regular service between Naramata and Penticton. 

Things To Do in Main North & South

Check out the local vendors lining the streets from April to October, 8:30 am to 1:00 pm on the 100 block of Main Street. A great way to support locals and get some quality farm-fresh fruits and veggies, eggs, honey, baking, preserves and handmade crafts. For the craft cocktail lover or home bartender at heart, there is a selection of local liquor vendors each week for tasting and purchasing. The wine connoisseur is never left out, with over 85 wineries within a 20-minute drive of Penticton. 

South Okanagan Events Centre  

South Okanagan Events Centre has been open since 2008. It is the hub of world-class concerts, entertainment, and events in Penticton. Home to the Penticton Vees Junior ‘A’ Hockey team of the British Columbia Hockey League and the Okanagan Hockey School. The arena holds 5,000 seats with six concessions, a restaurant and suite service. 

Coyote Cruises Lake Channel Float   

Many are dying to check this off their summer bucket list. Whether you reside or just visit Penticton, take a relaxing seven-kilometre float that connects Okanagan Lake to Skaha Lake. Coyote Cruises offers inner tube rentals and shuttle transport back to the starting point. The entire trip takes up to three hours, but there is also a halfway point. You can rent various tubes, choosing between single, doubles, quads, 8-person and 12-person. Bring plenty of sunscreen and stay hydrated on this picturesque adventure. 

Gyro Park   

Generations have been flocking to Gyro Park since 1936, when the park became used publicly for entertainment functions. Gyro Park is 1.6-acres of outdoor entertainment. During the summer months, entertainers take to the outdoor stage for live performances, and outdoor festivals are held. When the park isn’t being used for a live show, tourists and locals take advantage of enjoying a picnic.