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"I wondered how time would have marred this unique, this holy spot — the coves and streams, the hills that the sun set behind, the camps and the paths behind the camps. I was sure that the tarred road would have found it out…"

from "Once More to the Lake" by E. B. White

 published in Harper's Magazine, 1941


Living on the water in a semi-private expanse of British Columbia wilderness is literally as good as it gets. We're not just proud of this development, we're also grateful for the ways it has stayed true to its founding ideas. By enshrining in our bylaws and design guidelines a desire to preserve nature, we're shouldering an important responsibility that's really quite rare in rural-recreational property development. 


ONLY 3 WATERFRONT LOTS REMAIN: Living on a rugged shore with mountains of old growth forest at your back — hiking and biking trails, secluded camp sites and picnic spots — and surrounded on all sides by the bounty of British Columbia's fifth largest freshwater lake.

Growing a new community and fitting in with our rural neighbours may seem incompatible, but we never intended PROCTER POINT to be an exclusive community. Many owners have longstanding roots in the Kootenays. Others are world citizens with a decidedly Kootenay bent. All have a deep respect for the environment, clean, pure water, and preservation of the area's old growth forests and backcountry trails. 

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We encourage you to seek out an appropriate local real estate professional for advice, valuations and potential lending information. 

Disclaimer: Any claims or representations made here are strictly informational. PROCTER POINT does not engage in the sale of land or real estate in the development. To learn more, please see our terms of use in the footer below.

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