Creston Real Estate

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CITY GUIDE
Creston, British Columbia

Creston is a town of over 5,000 people located in the southeastern portion of the province, close to the Canada/U.S. border.

It is situated near the communities of Lister, Yahk, Wynndel, and Kuskonook, and covers 8.47 square kilometres.

Three highways converge in Creston – Highway 3 (Crowsnest Highway), Highway 3A, and Highway 21 (Creston-Rykerts Highway).

The town is located north of the U.S. state of Idaho, which can be reached via Highway 21. The Kootenay River runs near Creston, and Mount Huscroft, Mount Thompson, and Arrow Mountain can also be found nearby.

KEY FACTS:

Creston, British Columbia

Creston, British Columbia
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: British Columbia

  • Population: 5,306

  • Area: 8.47 km2

Lifestyle

Lifestyle and Culture

Creston’s northern section is mostly residential, with a rural feel (large lots, plenty of space between properties). This section also includes a small commercial district in the southern portion, with restaurants, small businesses, an RV park and campground, accommodations (inns and B&Bs), and churches.

Downtown Creston is located in the central section of town and has plenty of restaurants, shops, and service providers, along with a museum, accommodations, churches, parks, residential areas, schools, a hospital, a fire department, a recreation complex, and the town hall.

In the town’s southern section, residential areas are mixed with churches, parks, businesses, a college, RCMP offices, and a library. A river runs along the southern portion of this section.

Lifestyle

Entertainment and Tourism

The Creston Museum features permanent and temporary exhibits on such topics as the military, agriculture, the railway, air travel, and various stories depicting life in Creston throughout history. Various artifacts, photos, and documents help share with visitors how Creston came to be and what important events have helped to shape the town. Programs at the museum include history picnics, pioneer lessons, tours, birthday parties and other private events. The museum also houses local archives, with newspapers and other publications, marriage/birth/death certificates for residents, information about various buildings and companies in the town, and photographs.

Millennium Park, located in the heart of the town, offers benches, a covered bandstand, a fountain, a Japanese garden with water features and a bridge, restroom facilities, walking paths, landscaped areas, and treed areas. It is a popular spot for walking, picnicking, and relaxing, as well as for taking wedding and graduation photos. The bandstand is used for various concerts, presentations, and festivals throughout the summer.

Entertainment and Tourism
economy

Economic

Major industries in Creston include agriculture, forestry, tourism, manufacturing, services, government, and education. Apple and cherry orchards are found in the area, and dairy products are commonly produced here as well. Breweries and wineries have become more popular in the area recently, and include the Columbia Brewery and the Skimmerhorn Winery.

The Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce works to promote, support, and encourage investment in local businesses in the area, both large and small. The chamber represents a number of businesses in Creston, including manufacturers, service providers, farmers, artists, retailers, and other professionals.

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Real Estate Market

Mid- to high-priced homes can be found in the northern section of Creston, many of which are situated on large, sprawling lots. Most of the homes are slightly older, with a few newer builds mixed in. Homes closer to the centre of the town tend to be more affordable than those farther north. High-priced vacant land and commercial property are also available in this section.

Single-family homes in the central section of town are often more affordable than those in the northern section, although some are on smaller lots and are usually older. Commercial property is common in this section, and comes at a variety of price points. Some affordable condo options can be found here, as can high-priced vacant land.

Affordable mobile home options and slightly higher priced single-family homes are common in the southern section of Creston. Larger luxury homes can be found along the edges of the city, and lot sizes for the homes in this section vary depending on location. Plenty of vacant land and some commercial property are also available here.

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Education

Education

Schools in Creston include Prince Charles Secondary School and Adam Robertson Elementary. Other schooling options found nearby include Erickson Elementary, Canyon/Lister Elementary, and Yaqan Nukiy School.

College of the Rockies is the only post-secondary option in Creston, and provides programs in adult education, carpentry, healthcare, hairstyling, pesticide application and dispensing, and herbal practices. Another option found nearby is Selkirk College, which has programs in business, hospitality and tourism, healthcare, law, arts, sciences, trades, and human services.

Education