CENTURY 21 Executives Realty Ltd.

CENTURY 21 Executives Realty Ltd.

  • 250-836-2721
  • 250-549-2106
  • 1210 Young Crescent
    Sicamous, BC V0E 2V1

Sicamous Century 21

As the most recognized consumer brand name in the Real Estate industry, the CENTURY 21® System has a heritage of professionalism, dependability, and customer understanding which have become synonymous with the CENTURY 21 gold standard. You can expect the best from the CENTURY 21 Local Experts. Dedicated to continually providing quality service and expert advice, we strive to understand your goals and then adopting them as our own. Let us help you find your dream home or get a quick sale of your property at the best price possible. We look forward to assisting you with your next Real Estate transaction.

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Property List

2247 Mabel Lake Road, Enderby, BC V0E 1V5
Beds: 3 / Baths: 1
1,792 living area
1230 Shuswap Avenue, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V1
Beds: 4 / Baths: 2
2,036 living area
8127 Hwy 97A Hutchison Rd Road, Mara, BC V0E 2K0
Beds: 3 / Baths: 3
3,143 living area
4268 Hullcar Road, Armstrong, BC V0E 1B4
Beds: 5 / Baths: 3
2,829 living area
31 Jeffcoat Road, Enderby, BC V0E 1V4
Beds: 4 / Baths: 3
2,692 living area
209 Finlayson Street, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V1
Beds: 4 / Baths: 2
2,600 living area
1138 Larch Avenue, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V0
Beds: 4 / Baths: 1
2,035 living area
1707 Hillier Road E # 7, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V4
Beds: 2 / Baths: 2
1,216 living area
6784 Sunnybrae Canoe Point Road, Tappen, BC V0E 2X1
Beds: 3 / Baths: 2
1,100 living area
30 Lime Cliff Bluffs Beach, Shuswap Lake, BC V0E 2V0
Beds: 5 / Baths: 1
1,208 living area
250 Stoneridge Drive, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V1
Beds: 4 / Baths: 4
3,306 living area
1130 Riverside Avenue # 30, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V1
Beds: 3 / Baths: 4
1,932 living area
1707 Hillier Road E # 11, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V0
Beds: 3 / Baths: 2
1,344 living area
276 Terry Road, Enderby, BC V0E 1V3
Beds: 3 / Baths: 2
1,721 living area
#38 - 1455 Silver Sands Road, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V0
Beds: 2 / Baths: 1
288 living area
2030 Solsqua Sicamous Road, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V4
Beds: 3 / Baths: 4
2,834 living area
685 Worden Road, Swansea Point, BC V0E 2K0
Beds: 4 / Baths: 4
4,387 living area
16 Kitsch Road, Mara, BC V0E 2K0
Beds: 2 / Baths: 1
672 living area
2590 Auto Road SE, Salmon Arm, BC V1E 2H6
Beds: 4 / Baths: 4
2,938 living area
8843 97A Highway # 80, Swansea Point, BC V0E 2V0
Beds: 3 / Baths: 1
628 living area
705 Swansea Point Road, Swansea Point, BC V0E 2K2
Beds: 3 / Baths: 2
3,400 living area
73 8843 97A Hwy, Sicamous, BC V0E 2K2
Beds: 3 / Baths: 1
643 living area
33 8242 97A Hwy, Mara Lake, BC V0E 2K0
Beds: 2 / Baths: 2
528 living area
4030 10 Ave SE, Salmon Arm, BC V1E 1W7
Beds: 6 / Baths: 2
2,220 living area
302 Mara Lake Lane # 102, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V1
Beds: 2 / Baths: 2
1,097 living area
8192 97A Highway # Ls39, Mara, BC V0E 2K0
Beds: 4 / Baths: 2
2,558 living area
1025 Hemlock Crescent N, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V1
Beds: 5 / Baths: 3
3,275 living area
1754 Trans Canada Highway, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V0
Beds: 3 / Baths: 1
768 living area
1-1130 Riverside Avenue, Sicamous, BC V0E 2V0
Beds: 3 / Baths: 3
2,055 living area


Culture & History


Sicamous was first used by members of the Shuswap Nation as a gathering place for semi-nomadic hunters crossing the Rocky Mountains in search of prairie buffalo.

Since then Sicamous has been shaped by its contribution to the Columbia gold rush, and the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR).

Gold Rush Paddlewheelers

Sicamous has long been a transportation centre due to its waterway accessibility. During the 1864 Gold Rush, paddlewheelers began shuttling supplies to the Seymour Arm of Shuswap Lake bound for gold rush boomtowns. This paddlewheeler service continued well into the 1920s, with regular stops at Sicamous and other towns.

Canadian Pacific Railway

The completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway on November 7, 1885 (with the "last spike" driven at Craigellachie, 22km/14mi east of Sicamous), simultaneously ended an old era and rang in a new one. The CPR eventually rendered paddlewheelers obsolete, but initiated the permanent settlement of Sicamous, as evidenced in the quick construction of a post office, school, stores, homes, and hotels. The Sicamous Hotel, built by the Canadian Pacific Railway, was a town landmark for decades.

Eagle Valley Museum

History buffs can learn about the culture and history of Sicamous, the Shuswap First Nation, early settlement by Finnish immigrants, gold rush days, logging, steamships, and the CPR at the Eagle Valley Museum located at the Civic Centre. Artifacts include pioneer kitchen utensils, items from the Finlayson General Store, blacksmith tools, and memorabilia from the Sicamous Hotel. Sicamous' history is also preserved 72km/45mi east on the Trans-Canada Highway, where the Hotel Belleview has been moved from its original location in Sicamous to 3 Valley Gap Heritage Ghost Town.

Sicamous Today

Sicamous has a small but proud population of citizens deeply invested in the cultural preservation of the village, with many active in the Eagle Valley Museum and Heritage Society. In summer, the population of Sicamous swells as visitors flock to the area's lakes, waterways, and mountains for houseboating, fishing, hiking, and mountain biking. Winter sees a relatively smaller but equally enthusiastic influx of visitors revved up for snowmobiling. A growing population of artists and artisans, lured by aesthetically pleasing surroundings and the natural lifestyle it affords, have established a vibrant creative community in Sicamous. Discover local artwork at the annual art show in the Red Barn Arts Centre, hosted by the Eagle Valley Arts Council.

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The Easter Seals camping program provides residential summer camp sessions for children 6 to 18 years of age who have a mental and/or physical disability. Through corporate and public donations and the time and effort of countless volunteers, the Lions Society of BC is able to fully subsidize Easter Seals camps, allowing  campers to attend free of charge. Through the summer season, over 800 campers have an opportunity to attend one of these camps.

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