Sunday, February 27, 2011

Rockwell Bay, Harrison Hot Springs, B.C. Winter


Great choice and variety in housing is what the Chilliwack, Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs area offers but for exclusive look to water edge of Harrison Lake.

Harrison Lake is a beautiful glacier fed lake some 77 km in length.  Tucked into the Coast Mountains it offers evergreen wilderness and the quaint charm of the Village of Harrison Hot Springs at its southerly end.  Harrison Lake turns a pretty turquoise colour this time of year thanks to mineral deposits that come with the glacier fed runoff.  A magnet in summer for adventurers looking to leave the city, Vancouver is only 2 hours away; there are many quiet months in between. This is how it looks in February.

Rockwell Bay Estates, Harrison Lake © Stephen Mullock

The picture above shows a snowy Rockwell Bay Estates a small community of 40 properties located on the east side of the lake. Prices in Rockwell Bay Estates, Harrison Lake, range tremendously depending on view, lake access and fore-shore rights. To have a look at what is available currently in Harrison Hot Springs click here .  More and more exciting listings are expected in the coming months if there is anything you would like to inquire about, please contact me, I live quite close to this area.

These are a few snaps from my walk beside Harrison Lake, I hope that you enjoy them.










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Stephen Mullock RI is an award winning full-time real estate agent with 30 years of experience and hundreds of sales. Thinking of buying or selling real estate in the Fraser Cheam communities of Chilliwack, Agassiz or Harrison Hot Springs? Contact Steve (click here) for experience, local knowledge and friendly service you’ll be happy you did.

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