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Kettle Valley - Another Panoramic View
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The Village of Kettle Valley, named 'Best Community in Canada' by the Canadian Home Builders Association, is a community unlike any other - a village specifically designed to foster a unique, experience rich lifestyle. Our unwavering commitment to enhancing the lives of our residents is evident in the planning of each home, park, and neighbourhood. Stunning streetscapes, expansive parks and wildlife spaces, breathtaking views, a state of the art elementary school, and a beautiful full service Village Centre reflect a standard of excellence rarely found in today's residential developments. Everything you want... within walking distance. (www.kettlevalley.com)

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