Top 10 high-end luxury homes for sale in Kootenays

Searching for your Kootenay-area dream home? Check out these high-end homes that would suit any lifestyle

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Home to impressive natural beauty, the Kootenay area boasts equally impressive high-end luxury homes and estates. Check out this list of the Top 10 most expensive homes in the Kootenays. You might find your next dream home, but if not—it’s nice to dream, isn’t it?

#1 - $3,699,000 - Revelstoke

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Located at the base of Revelstoke Mountain Resort, this 12.56 acre property boasts a panoramic view of Mt. Begbie, with an original rustic cabin on site. Currently used as a 5,320 sq. ft. vacation rental home, this property borders Revelstoke city limits. Own an outstanding piece of property in a fast developing resort community.

#2 - $2,698,000 - Invermere (rural)

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Just outside the border of Kootenay National Park, this 110-acre piece of paradise features an eco-friendly estate home, crafted from massive cedar logs. Post-and-beam style, the 3,328 sq. ft. house boasts a 360 degree view of the neighbouring national park and features its own network of trails, along with 3 km of riverfront.

#3 - $2,198,000 - Golden

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Stone and timber architecture makes for elegant living space in this 4,500 sq. ft. four-season custom designed home. Enjoy the relaxing, cozy ambience of this house from the great room with its soaring fireplace and a dining area positioned to take in the beautiful forest view. The kitchen is a chef’s dream, equipped with professional grade appliances.

#4 - $1,788,000 - Creston

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A rural lifestyle with town proximity! Enjoy this custom-built 5,100 sq. ft. custom-built home situated on 5.45 acres of fertile farmland. ALR-zoned, this property gives you breathtaking views of the Creston mountain ranges. Planted with fruit trees and 200 blueberry bushes, you are well on your way to your very own orchard opportunity.

#5 - $1,600,000 - Elkford/Sparwood

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Your own alpine getaway in the gorgeous Elk Valley! 1,500 sq. ft. home with fully finished walkout basement, barn and 2 small cabins, all on 120 acres of stunning land. Rolling hills, alpine meadows and riverfront access are all part of this fantastic property.

#6 - $1,599,000 - Nelson

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Your next potential investment or a perfect home-based business? This beautiful 15-acre piece of property features three different homes: a fully-renovated 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom log home, a 3-bedroom lodge and a 900 sq. ft. cottage. With trails that access the Kootenay River and stunning mountain views, this unique property could be your paradise.

#7 - $1,399,900 - Fernie

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Minutes from downtown Fernie and the Fernie Alpine Resort, this spectacular luxury home lets you hike, bike, ski or fly fish right from your doorstep. Executive-style kitchen with a huge stone island is perfect for socializing and get-togethers. Enjoy amazing views of the ski hill and sunsets.

#8 - $1,350,000 - Christina Lake

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Enjoy waterfront living with this 2,500 sq. ft. custom-built home with spectacular lake views on Christina Lake. Boasting 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, this welcoming home is located on a quiet street with mature landscaping. A fully-renovated cabin on the property is a perfect retreat for friends and family.

#9 - $1,300,000 - Kaslo:

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This 107 acre property with extensive views of the Purcell and Selkirk mountain ranges features 3 family homes. There are many options to consider with this property—agri-tourism or perhaps a retreat centre? Farmland is currently used for cattle grazing and market gardening.

#10 - $1,250,000 - Castlegar:

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4,700 sq. ft., 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and stunning river and mountain views complete this luxury Castlegar home. Enjoy the triple garage, open concept living, custom gourmet kitchen and games/workout room.

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