Hummingbird Beach Resort

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Mara Lake, British Columbia, Canada

Hummingbird Beach Resort on Mara Lake offers buyers the opportunity to own a home on the shores of one of the longest stretches of white sandy beach in the Shuswap. Located just 10 minutes from Sicamous, the low-density cottage community features a mix of beachfront townhomes, detached cabins and creekside cottage sites. With prices ranging from mid-$200,000 to over $1 million, the homes at Hummingbird Beach Resort will be ready for immediate delivery this summer.

Only 81 homes will be built on the 9-acre waterfront property. There will be 12 high-end beachfront townhomes averaging 1,883 square feet that start at $960,900. Four three-bedroom stand alone lakefront cabins will be available starting at $1.2 million. Hummingbird Beach Resort will also have 31 three-bedroom cabins from $460,900 and 33 creekside cottage sites averaging 2,400 square feet and starting at $245,900.

Amenities include a 500-foot walk-on beachfront, a pool and a hot tub. Residents will also have access to Hummingbird Beach Resort’s private boat moorage.

Mara Lake, known for its hot summers and mild winters, has warm water, sandy beaches and premier fishing. There is also hikng, horseback riding, waterskiing and direct access to nationally recognized snowmobiling.

For more information, call Hummingbird Beach Resort at 877.707.0097 or visit hummingbirdresort.ca.

Mara Lake, British Columbia, Canada
Housing Type
Townhomes, cabins and cottage sites
Number of Units
Percent Sold
Taking reservations now for a one-day sale
Delivery Date
Summer 2008
2.5% of the first $100,000 and 1.25% of the balance
Cindy Drew
Mara Lake Estates Ltd.

Mara Lake is located near the lake country of the Shuswap, consisting of several interconnected lakes that together offer over 249 miles of shoreline. Recreational options are endless, including a boat ride to Anstey Arm for an overnight camping trip or to Hyde Mountain for a round of golf. Traveling along Seymour Arm, you can view ancient cave paintings. There is plenty for the kids to do, like zip-lining tours or seeing a movie at the Galaxie drive-in. In the fall, you can ATV through the colorful backcountry, or visit the Adams River and see one of the largest sockeye salmon runs in the world. In the winter, you can experience some of best cross country skiing and snowmobiling in British Columbia.

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