The Okanagan Valley gets plenty of shine when talking about living among beautiful natural landscapes, mountains, and lakes in British Columbia. But the Kootenay region, further towards the east, should not be overlooked.

The Town of Creston, where the property at 2182 Corn Creek Road is currently on the market for $2,300,000, is a great example of life in the region and how incredible it can be.

The property sits in West Creston, a ~15-minute drive away from Creston's town centre, and is flanked by mountains to the west and the Kootenay River to the east. The home is also a 20-minute drive away from the Creston Golf Club, which is located next to the Creston Valley Regional Airport. In summary: the location is top-tier.

The home itself was originally constructed in 2005 and boasts three bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 6,713 sq. ft of living space across a sprawling,19-acre lot, which includes a private vineyard.


A private driveway leads up to the home, which is surrounded by a meticulously-landscaped garden and an assortment of lush trees. Immediately upon entry, you're met by a gorgeous central living space, which includes a huge family room that sits below vaulted ceilings and before a set of floor-to-ceiling windows that look over the rear of the home.

Just beyond waits the large gourmet kitchen, which is equipped with finely-crafted wooden cabinetry and a huge central island. Adjacent to the kitchen is yet another living space, as well as direct access to the patio, which spans the entire rear side of the home.

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Another kitchen, dining space, and living room are located on this abode's lower level, serving as a home within a home that's tailor-made for multi-generational living.

Also on the lower level is the laundry room... and a walk-in wine cellar. Like we said: a home within a home.

The primary bedroom is located on the upper level, and serves access to a balcony that overlooks the property. It also includes a sizeable walk-in closet and a spacious ensuite, equipped with dual vanities and a raised bath that's surrounded by windows (and scenic views).

Last, but certainly not least, is the vineyard. The vineyard stretches two acres and comes complete with an Interior Health Authority-approved juicing shed.

Creston has been recognized for its fertile terroir and the region has become an extension of British Columbia's wine region, making the property a dream for oenophiles — and a wonder for all.






This article was produced in partnership with STOREYS Custom Studio.

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