I have sold a property at 146 DOGHAVEN LANE in Squamish.
This 9.3 acre fenced property could be the jewel you have been waiting for. The mobile is not habitable, but there is a deep drilled well and a 'certified' septic field. Opportunity to move in a new mobile and make this property a beautiful retreat. The back of this property has been cleared and is great for horses.
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I have listed a new property at 76 40157 GOVERNMENT RD in Squamish.
A great alternative to condo life; with lots of parking, storage, and outdoor space. The wood burning stove gives this double wide, 3 bedroom home a rustic cabin feel. Located in pet-friendly Spiral Park with close proximity to schools, shopping and recreation.
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I have sold a property at 14848 SQUAMISH VALLEY RD in Squamish.
Horse lover's paradise. This exceptional 5.8 acre property is as close to hobby horse heaven as one can get. The property consists of a renovated 3 bedroom house, a 200 bay bale, 4-6 horse barn with gorgeous, cozy tack room. A beautiful cross country course can be laid out on the property or create a riding ring on one of the turn-out pastures. Well-water is crystal clear and abundant and the horses' troughs are heated. Taking in the majestic mountain views while riding or puttering, put this property on the must see list.
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I have sold a property at 14600 SQUAMISH VALLEY RD in Squamish.
Sold! Beautiful property up Squamish Valley for my buyer. This mostly level lot, with some mountain views, is located in the Upper Squamish Valley area in a quiet, rural-residential area consisting of residential homes on small acreage's, & hobby farms. Just a short commute to Squamish and Whistler.
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I have listed a new property at 14600 SQUAMISH VALLEY RD in Squamish.
Sold! Beautiful property up Squamish Valley for my buyer. This mostly level lot, with some mountain views, is located in the Upper Squamish Valley area in a quiet, rural-residential area consisting of residential homes on small acreage's, & hobby farms. Just a short commute to Squamish and Whistler.
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I have sold a property at 1120 DOGHAVEN LANE in Squamish.
Amazing property for my buyers! Rural, private & far away from it all is where you'll find this majestic & peaceful riverfront property. You'll have 9.1 acres of usable land zoned ALR (Zoning allows for 2 houses per lot) + approx.10 acres of sandy beach & river. Perfect spot for a hobby farm or private country retreat (no cell phone). Bordered by the Squamish River to the SW, you'll have spectacular views of the mountains & river. Beautiful custom built Red Cedar log chalet (built 1997) features an open plan, vaulted ceilings, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, open loft area & a den that could easily be turned into another bedroom. Enjoy having a greenhouse to grow all your own veggies & a large garage with finished workshop. Energy efficient, low taxes, grid hydro, forest, views, wildlife, fresh air and in one word Paradise!
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I have sold a property at 1120 DOGHAVEN LANE in Squamish.
Rural, private & far away from it all is where you'll find this majestic & peaceful riverfront property. You'll have 9.1 acres of usable land zoned ALR (Zoning allows for 2 houses per lot) + approx.10 acres of sandy beach & river. Perfect spot for a hobby farm or private country retreat (no cell phone). Bordered by the Squamish River to the SW, you'll have spectacular views of the mountains & river. Beautiful custom built Red Cedar log chalet (built 1997) features an open plan, vaulted ceilings, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, open loft area & a den that could easily be turned into another bedroom. Enjoy having a greenhouse to grow all your own veggies & a large garage with finished workshop. Energy efficient, low taxes, grid hydro, forest, views, wildlife, fresh air and in one word Paradise!
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Squamish Today:

 

The Squamish (or Sḵwxwú7mesh in the Squamish language) is the name of the aboriginal people who have inhabited this part of southwest BC (including North and West Vancouver, Howe Sound, Whistler, the areas surrounding the tributaries entering Howe Sound) since time immemorial. Squamish is the English pronunciation of Skwxwú7mesh, the traditionalautonym for the people. The name Keh Kait was the traditional name for the site of downtown Squamish.

 

The Skxwxu7mesh territory comprises 6,732 km2. The largest village of the Sḵwxwú7mesh in the Squamish area is Chiyakmesh, which is in the area of Brackendale and is the namesake of the Cheakamus River. Another main village is located near the south entrance of town, St'a7mes, which lies below the Stawamus Chief, which gets its name from that village. Though within municipal boundaries, residents of these Indian Reserves are not governed by the municipality but are members of the Squamish Nation. It also includes villages in North Vancouver and a number of other reserves at Gibsons and elsewhere in the general region.

 

What Makes Squamish Special:

 

Squamish is known as the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada. Attractions include the Stawamus Chief, a huge cliff-faced granite massiffavoured by rock climbers. As well as over 300 climbing routes on the Chief proper, a majority of which require traditional climbing protection, there are steep hiking trails around the back to access the three peaks that make up the massif, all giving great views of Howe Sound and the surrounding Coast Mountains. In all, between Shannon FallsMurrin Park, The Malamute, and the Little Smoke Bluffs, there are well over 1200 rock-climbing routes in the Squamish area (and another 300 or so climbs north of Squamish on the road to Whistler). In recent years, Squamish has also become a major destination for bouldering, with over 2500 problems described in the local guidebook.

 

Another activity for which Squamish is well known is mountain biking, with over 600 trails suitable to all riders that can ride ultra-steep trails with huge gaps and steep rock surrounding the town. One of the more famous events supported by the Mountain Biking Community is the Test of Metal, a 67-kilometre, cross-country, mountain-bike race held annually in late June. Limited to 800 riders, the 2007 race sold out in under an hour.

 

Kiteboarding and windsurfing are popular water sports in Squamish during the summer. Predictable wind on warm sunny days makes theSquamish Spit the top kiteboarding location in western Canada.

 

Squamish's extensive quality trail system is a key feature of an annual 50 mile ultra trail run, the Arc'teryx Squamish 50. Solo runners and relay teams run on many of the same trails as the Test of Metal, and pass through Alice Lake Provincial Park and Quest University. "The Double" is an award offered annually to the participant with the fastest combined time for both the Test of Metal and Arc'teryx Squamish 50.

 

Other tourist attractions in Squamish include Shannon Falls waterfall; river-rafting on the Elaho and Squamish rivers; wind surfing and kite surfing at the mouth of the Squamish River; snowmobiling on nearby Brohm Ridge; and bald eagle viewing in the community of Brackendale, which has one of North America's largest populations of bald eagles. Squamish is also a popular destination among Greater Vancouver hikers, mountaineers and backcountry skiers, who visit the large provincial parks in the surrounding Coast Mountains.

 

For more information, please visit: Squamish Tourism