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Black Mountain October 24, 2020
3
Listed
74
Avg. DOM
$283.73
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$509,900
Med. List Price
3 Properties

Black Mountain Living

Black Mountain is a quaint, cozy community that is just close enough to Kelowna's city center. Black Mountain offers a quiet, suburban community with plenty of townhomes to settle in.

One of the main features that Black Mountain is praised for is the fact that it allows you to live outside of the hustle and bustle of Kelowna, while still being within reach of many amenities and conveniences located within the city. If nature and the outdoor lifestyle are what you value, then Black Mountain has it in spades. In-between all of the cozy neighbourhoods and small-town shops, there are beautiful lakes and sprawling valleys that are nothing short of breathtaking.

Black Mountain is a relatively new suburb, with much of its growth happening in the last few decades. Black Mountain was originally a ranch owned by the Lequime family, who immigrated to the area from Bordeaux, France. By the late 19th century, the Lequime family owned many of the amenities in the area, including a hotel that was located in the L'Anse-au-Sable community. However, Black Mountains' large regional park is now all that remains of the Lequime family's legacy, as well as the L'Anse-au-Sable community.

Black Mountain Community Information and Amenities

The main draw to Black Mountain is the sheer amount of parks and outdoor activities that the community offers. There is plenty of running, hiking, and snowshoeing trails in the area, many times running alongside the different condominium developments in the area.

One major attraction for fans of skiing is that Big White is only a 42 minute drive away from Black Mountain. Big White Ski Resort offers pretty much anything you could want from a ski resort, and then some. World class power for skiing & snowboarding, snowshoe trails, a daycare, and even ice climbing is offered.

The WildPlay Element Park is just a few minutes from Black Mountain, and is a outdoors theme park that features thrilling attractions such as a zip-line, bungee jumps, and suspension ladders.

Another popular attraction that is within a half hour's drive of the Black Mountain is the Kelowna Nordic Ski and Snowshoe Club. Offering rustic cabins, well-groomed slopes, and lessons for beginners, the Nordic Club is a great alternative to Big White Ski Resort if you want a smaller scaled experience.

Lastly, the Black Mountain Golf Club is a perennial favourite for the residents of the Black Mountain. Offering one of the best golf courses in Kelowna, along with lessons, group bookings, and dining options this is a popular spot for residents of the Black Mountain community.

Black Mountain Demographics, Local Schools, and Transportation

In general, the average demographics for the typical Black Mountain resident include: a median age of 42 years old and a median household income of $98,743. 45% of residents are college-educated, and 7% of Black Mountain is unemployed. In general, Black Mountain is one of the smaller communities in the Kelowna area according to the most recent data.

Black Mountain offers plenty of amenities. These amenities include two different elementary schools, a middle school, and a senior secondary school.

In terms of transportation, buses run from Kelowna into Black Mountain, and vice-versa. Black Mountain is also a short drive to the Kelowna International airport.

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