LAND OPPORTUNITY: 3+ acres in North Glenmore, Kelowna, B.C

Posted by Tessa Thompson on June 26, 2019

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3-5 acres of farmable land in the prime farming region of North Glenmore, Kelowna.  Most of the property is irrigated (with irrigation and domestic water available) and is fully fenced/gated. The land was previously used for horse grazing pasture. In addition, there is a fully fenced in approximate 1.3 acre moderately sloped, treed area suitable for livestock. Southern exposure and fertile soils makes this property desirable growing land with lots of sunshine and good drainage. A portion of the land lays flat while the remaining land is slightly sloped. The properties in the surrounding area are cherry and apple orchards, hay and alfalfa fields as well as horse rearing and boarding. There is also potential use of the barn for equipment storage as well as potential to construct small buildings if needed. Consider this opportunity a blank canvas for your farming enterprise, located close to YLW (Airport) and UBCO.



The owners, a young family, reside on the property and are looking for a farmer who would like to make use of the land’s potential. The family would like to see the land used in an ecological and organic way by a respectful farmer with a good business plan/experience. An ideal use of the property would be to grow plants or trees for nurseries (either in ground or above ground potted without a greenhouse, but there are many possible farm uses, including livestock, berries, orchard, flowers, trees, vegetables, herbs, bees or vineyard.


This land opportunity is participating in the BC Land Matching Program. Get in touch with the Okanagan Land Matcher, Tessa, at for more information.

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