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Canim Lake View Estates
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Selling now! 22 lot subdivision Canim Lake View Estates. Panoramic views of Canim Lake surrounding countryside and mountains beyond from these one of a kind building lots. 22 lots ranging 2 ac to 7 ac in size each with its own unique characters: unobstructed views, rolling hills, beautiful meadows and parklike treed areas – it is all there for you to choose. No thru road into the developed with underground hydro and telephone to each lot. Building scheme in place. Call for more details and the developers disclosure statement today.

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