Why You Should Consider Pemberton Real Estate

Aug 23, 2019 Off Comments in Pemberton Real Estate by

If you’re in the market for a new place to call home (or vacation home) in the Sea-to-Sky corridor, you might consider investing in some Pemberton real estate. Whether or not you’ve given much thought to it, there are plenty of things the village of Pemberton can offer its residents—both permanent and transient.

Prior to the 1960’s Pemberton was only accessible by train, making the population under 200 people. After Highway 99 was built in the early 1960s, people found their way to this special community and the resident population has shot up to approximately 2,574 people. So small that Pemberton still has the coveted village status, and yet only a short distance away from world class locations, Pemberton is an ideal place to invest in. Here are several great reasons why you might love to call the village of Pemberton your home.

Pemberton is a Four-Season Outdoor Recreation Destination

A natural hub for active people, Pemberton is bustling year-round. From late spring to early fall it offers everything from hiking, biking, camping, golfing, and horseback riding to rafting, jet boating, swimming, and fishing in the fair weather. And, because of its illustrious neighbour, Whistler/Blackcomb, the area is a win for anyone who loves downhill and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. No matter what time of year, Pemberton has something for everyone.

Village Living

Pemberton has a close-knit community that welcomes all kinds of seasonal visitors. Whether you like the comfort of familiar faces, the adventure of meeting all kinds of new people, or both, there are tons of options in Pemberton. Because of its diminutiveness, the pace is slower, the community is more connected, the properties are larger, and the surrounding nature is king.

Close to World Class Cities, Yet Tucked Away

A short distance from Whistler, and a reasonable drive to both Squamish and Vancouver, Pemberton is next door to several of Canada’s best places to live and visit. Despite its proximity to some of the most bustling locations in the region, it’s just enough of a distance to keep the large crowds away. So, if you prefer being near the chaos rather than always right in it, this is the place for you. Pemberton truly offers the best of both worlds and caters best to those that like a quieter pace of life, but still want to have access to all the amenities available in larger places.

Regardless of whether you’re vacation property shopping or looking for a full-time home, there is so much that Pemberton has to offer you. So, if you’re thinking of investing in Pemberton real estate, contact Tom Docking, Pemberton real estate lawyer—he has the experience to guide you to the home of your dreams

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