Incorporated in 1906, Coldstream was incorporated in 1906 and has a total land area of approximately 67.25 square km. The population is just above 10,000 people. The District is comprised of two neighbourhoods - Coldstream in the west and Lavington in the east, centering around Coldstream Ranch, the earliest land claim in the district.
Coldstream Real Estate Info:
The residential real estate market in Coldstream, BC consists mainly of single family homes, both lakeview and non-lakeview plus a number of strata developments.
The largest development is the ongoing growth of the Coldstream side of Middleton Mountain, which is situated centrally with the City of Vernon to the North, Coldstream and Kalamalka Lake to the South, and Lavington to the East.
Coldstream is located just east of Vernon BC, surrounding the North end of Kalamalka Lake and extending through the beautiful Coldstream Valley. The municipality is considered part of Greater Vernon. It is a member municipality of, and also the location of the head offices, of the Regional District of North Okanagan.
Kalamalka Lake is the highlight of Coldstream, not to mention the rest of Greater Vernon. Kalamalka Lake has been called the lake of many colours because of its beautiful shimmering blue-green waters in the summertime, making the lake a paradise for
swimming, fishing and boating.
Attractions & Area Links:
Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park
There are 3 elementary schools in Coldstream including Coldstream Elementary, Kidston Elementary and Lavington Elementary. There is also a high school, Kalamalka Secondary as well as the Kalamalka Campus of Okanagan College.
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