Gardener's delight - fully furnished 2 bd 2 bath house, steps to the lake in the Harrison Hot Springs Village, Walnut Avenue, BC, Canada
Unique and spacious 2 Bd 2bath and den house, Amazing Views:
Location: Two blocks away from the Harrison Hot Springs Village Lake. Must See! Easy to Show! Features include excellent bright open floor plan, huge deck, separate bedrooms to provide privacy, hardwood flooring, floor to ceiling windows, in suite storage and 2 parking stall garage.
Features Clothes Washer/Dryer/Fridge/Stove/DW, Compactor - Garbage, Disposal - Waste, Drapes/Window Coverings, Microwave, Smoke Alarm, Sprinkler, In Suite Laundry. This great property is available immediately fully furnished, all inclusive - cable, Internet, hydro, linens, kitchen aid.
New Century Real Estate Ltd., Downtown, Vancouver, BC, Canada Natalia Garbuzova, Property Manager. For Real Estate services call daily Lease Up Rental Agent at 778.317.6393 or
Unique and spacious house: looking for clean and respectful tenant(s), I want to keep the apartment cozy, like a home, a non-smoke, non-alcohol, no drugs. Would appreciate if having a reference. Imagine living at Harrison Hot Springs Village most convenient crossroads. Foot steps away from everything that place has to offer. What more could you ask for?
Sorry, no pets allowed.
Family adventure. Romantic relaxation With a marina that features fishing and nature tours, kayaks and bumper boats, Nightlife and great cuisine. It’s all here at Harrison Hot Springs.
So come visit us and be active. Enjoy the complete Harrison Hot Springs experience. And at the end of the day, there s always time for dancing.
British Columbia, Canada
British Columbia is the western province of Canada. British Columbia is also a component of the Pacific Northwest, along with the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington.
A hot spring is a spring that is produced by the emergence of geothermally heated groundwater from the Earth's crust. There are hot springs all over the crust of the earth.
The water issuing from a hot spring is heated by geothermal heat, i.e., heat from the Earth's mantle. In general, the temperature of rocks within the earth increases with depth.