Beautifully renovated 2 bedroom home for sale in New Denver. Located in the heart of the village within walking distance of all ameities, this house has been totally renovated with environmental and health concerns at the forefront of the redesign.
Listing ID: 19594
|Asking Price (USD)||$245,000|
|Annual Property Tax||$650|
|Annual Utility Cost||$400|
|Home Area||825 sq ft|
|Total Property Area||4792 sq ft|
This is an older house (1950's) that has been totally renovated with environmental and health concerns at the forefront of the redesign.
Features include bamboo and cork floors, earthen plasters, natural finishes, architectural concrete floors and contertops, cob chimney and fireside bench, Moroccan tadelakt shower, timber-framed accents.
The wall system is designed with very little thermal bridging in the insulation. A thick layer of earthen/clay plasters cover the exterior walls acting along with a cob bench and chimney as a thermal mass heat sink which regulates interior temperature. Local timbers and lumber have been used extensively for timber-framed accents, trim and ceilings. The interior walls are painted with a clay-casein aliz and the interior wood has been stained using shellac. The walk-in shower has tadelakt walls, a Moroccan lime plaster technique which involves waterproofing the plaster through burnishing. Energy bills can be as low as $15/month. (summertime)
New Denver is one of the prettiest villages in North America. Nestled on the shores of unspoiled Slocan Lake in the West Kootenays, The Selkirk mountains tower above to the east and west. With a population of about 700, New Denver has an authentic small-town feel to it that feels just right. There are services here as it is the largest town in the Slocan Valley, hospital, credit union, post office, hardware store, grocery store, health food store, gym and schools are all just minutes walk away
The surrounding mountains are a mecca for back-country skiers in the winter, and during the summer these areas open up for incredible hiking, mountain biking and kayaking. Slocan Lake is practically undeveloped and sees liittle motor boat useage, and there is a municipal campground on the south side of town for visitors, along with sports facilities. New Denver also has a great untreated water system.
Lucerne Elementary and Secondary schools are located right in New Denver.
New Denver was originally inhabited by the Sinixt First Nation and settled by Europeans in search of silver in the 1890's. Boom and bust followed, some stayed behind and were joined by Doukhobours from Russia. During the 60's it became a haven for American war-resisters and then back-to-the-landers in the surrounding valleys. Outdoor sport enthusiasts, artists and craftspeople all gravitate toward the area, and all these elements are found in the culture of the Slocan Valley
Single Family - Single Level
|Agriculture in Area||Yes|
|Industry in Area||No|
|Air Pollution in Area||No|
|Cleaned with Green Products||Yes|
|Whole House Filtration||
|Whole House Vacuum||No|
|Home Energy Rating System (HERS)||82|
|Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER)||
Wood - Solid
Asphalt Composition Shingle
Wood Dual Glazed
|Garage / Carport||No|