Cherryville Houses for Sale
Welcome to Cherryville, a rural community near Vernon, BC! Below you will find the newest houses for sale and real estate in Cherryville. If you would like more information on any of these Cherryville real estate listings, click on the property, register for a free account, and you’ll have access to the full details. From there, you can click Schedule a Tour to request more information from our Loyal Homes Client Care Coordinators or schedule a viewing. Our Client Care Coordinators can provide you with additional property information, so please don’t hesitate to ask for help!
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Cherryville Real Estate Listings
Real Estate in Cherryville
Cherryville has become an attractive community due to the diverse property options including, hobby farms, quaint bungalows on a sheltered lot and sprawling acreages. In Cherryville, you will also find single-family homes, large estates, along with townhomes. Homeowners get the best of both worlds with the mountain views and the lakeside beauty this community offers.
The waterfront recreational properties are popular throughout the summer months with the gorgeous views of the Monashee Mountains in your backyard. This could be your chance for a summer cabin on a lot with services to the lot line, not to mention the boat launch steps away.
Most of the community feels very rural, and there isn't a need for sidewalks with little to no traffic in and out. It is convenient to have the general store, gas bar, and library within the same area on Main Street. Schools in Cherryville include Cherryville Elementary School and Charles Bloom Secondary School. The local library is close by, with convenient hours from Monday to Saturday.
About Cherryville, BC
Cherryville is an unincorporated city located 53 km east of Vernon, BC, in the Thompson Okanagan. Cherryville was originally a gold miners camp, now known as the place where the wild Choke Cherries grow because of the wild Choke Cherries that grew along the creek's banks. The historical society has said the gold extracted from 1863 to 1930 would be worth over $100 million today!
It was founded in the 1860s and officially named Cherryville in 1919. Cherryville is an ideal community to get away from the busy day-to-day while still enjoying the community activities, including the local artisans.
With this community's peaceful demeanour and only about 1,000 residents, Cherryville is for the small-town lover at heart with endless mountain views and rolling farmlands. Wildlife is constantly spotted, just the perks of living just off the beaten path.
Things To Do in Cherryville
Cherryville is surrounded by serene nature, and there are endless opportunities to go outdoors and take in the gorgeous views. Bird watching, gold panning, skiing, hiking, camping, horseback tours, and fishing are among the activities to enjoy in Cherryville.
Local Artists at the Artisan Shops
Cherryville Artisan Shop opened in 2001 and brings local artists alike with stunning pieces from jewelry, flameworked glass, glass beads to home decor, pottery, sculpture art, photography, and paintings. The gallery is located at the foothills of the Monashee mountains, and this local gem shouldn't be missed.
Monashee Provincial Park and Rainbow Falls
The nature overflowing in this community makes you appreciate the little things. This Provincial Park is 227 sq. km. of breath-taking mountain views. Only five minutes down to the falls, you can get pretty close to the rushing falls if you don't mind getting wet. Make a day out of it with your family and friends.
Cherryville Historical Museum
Get a little educated with a museum guide and tour. First built in 1911, The Cherryville Museum was originally used for more than a few reasons. City Hall, the fire/police station, courtroom, and jail were all used for the same building. It was sold but eventually donated back to the community. So much history to learn inside, including a walk-in exhibit of the first public school, church, mills, barber/beauty shop, historic banking, sports hall of fame, music, the old jail, and even a puppet theatre.
Cherryville Days Festival
The first Cherryville Day was back in 1963 and is still going strong today. The annual fundraising event of the Cherryville Community Club is held on the first weekend in June. Pancake breakfast, parades, helicopter rides are among some of the activities to enjoy. There is a giant outdoor trampoline for the kids, live music, and a beer garden for the adults.
Golf and Roadhouse Restaurant
Why not have a round of golf and stick around for a world-famous burger? Cherryville Golf and Roadhouse Restaurant is only 30 minutes away from downtown Vernon. This nine-hole, 2,650-yard course golf course is open from March to November, while the restaurant is open all year long. They also offer stay and play rates in their RVs.
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