Relax and enjoy stunning wrap-around lake views from the deck, the verandah or the hot tub at this charming century home surrounded by orchards and vineyards! Fabulous biking just three minutes away - suitable for recreational cyclists and avid bike buffs alike.
In summer, savour fresh cherries from two of Naramata's oldest cherry trees, right in your front yard. Grapes and plums abound in the fall. Kids will enjoy the swings under the large shade trees. This home's tranquil setting offers loads of privacy while being only minutes away from anything you might need!
Located in the heart of the Naramata bench, you are never far from a winery. Check out the Spring Okanagan Wine Festival May 1 to 11 - dates are still available at our beautiful home! Tour any of the two dozen wineries, and sip a new favourite on the deck while watching the sun set across Lake Okanagan. Sample regional cuisine at local restaurants, or just unwind with meals prepared in the fully-equipped kitchen or the handy gas barbecue.
This home is ideal for a large group, or two families vacationing together. There are three bedrooms on the main floor, sleeping six: two rooms have a queen-size bed, and one has two twin beds which can be combined into a king. Upstairs are one bedroom with a queen, and a large Master bedroom with a king size bed. Another room off the Master contains a single bed which can serve as a child's room. There is a common room for hanging out on each floor, as well as a full bathroom (each renovated in 2012). Enjoy your privacy, then come together for meals on the deck or at the family-size dining room table that can seat 12!
The village of Naramata is a nice walk or a short drive away, bringing you to Manitou Beach for swimming, or take your own boat out onto the lake via the public boat launch. Hikers and cyclists will enjoy the nearby Kettle Valley Railway trail complete with trestles, and spectacular scenery - just 3 minutes away! More rugged terrain is also right there for your pleasure.
Keywords: two storey house
Wine touring, vineyards, mountain biking, multi-use Kettle Valley Railroad trail