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Welcome to Sahali! The largest neighborhood in Kamloops and arguably the best-placed to enjoy this beautiful and vibrant city. From the awe-inspiring views and grassy hills in the south, to the exciting city attractions in the north - Sahali is a family-friendly community with an excellent selection of homes. Expect to find spacious yards, large pools, great views, and lots of nearby schools, parks, and retail venues.
Sahali real estate is highly desired throughout Kamloops, offering a range of single-family detached, and townhome properties. If you're buying in Kamloops, then the homes for sale in Sahali should be at the top of your list.
Part of what makes this neighborhood so great is the scenic and convenient location. Sahali is a large, mostly residential neighborhood on the south side of Kamloops, consisting of an upper and lower portion separated by the Trans-Canada Highway. Lower Sahali is surrounded by the downtown, West End, and Thompson Rivers University areas; while Upper Sahali is bordered by Aberdeen, Peterson Creek, and Knutsford to the south.
Homes for sale in Sahali occupy well-sized lots - perfect for vegetable gardens and play sets for the kids. Lower Sahali is great for those wanting to be closer to the conveniences and attractions of Kamloops, while Upper Sahali is great for views, newer homes, and a quieter atmosphere.
Both Upper and Lower Sahali benefit from some of the best shopping opportunities in Kamloops. For Upper Sahali, Aberdeen Mall is just beyond its western edge, and residents of Lower Sahali are neighbors to the Columbia Square shopping centre.
Upper Sahali is also home to the City View Centre, where children can enjoy the Lil' Monkey's Treehouse Play and Discovery Centre.
Area highlights include:
Homes in Sahali that were built in the 90s and early 2000s tend to feature large rotunda or Palladian windows, balconies, and split-level designs. More contemporary homes include open-concept interiors with the latest luxury features, as well as broad glass screens and clerestory windows for letting in the bright sunshine this area is known for.
Kamloops is fast becoming an arts, entertainment, and dining hub for a the region, and being quiet in its own right, but within a convenient distance of the downtown area, Sahali is the perfect area to enjoy it from!
From your base in Sahali you'll not only be able to enjoy beautiful views of the city, but also take quick trips out to one of Kamloops' many exciting events...
Back Alley Block Party - This event features live music, outdoor games, a market, and food.
Merchant Market - Held downtown in the summer, enjoy 4 days of sidewalk shopping concurrent with the always-popular Buskers Festival.
Daybreak Rotary Ribfest - This fall event includes a BBQ cook-off. Held in conjunction with the Hot Nite in the City event.
Brewloops - Consisting of multiple events throughout the year, a great event to celebrate the best food and beer in Kamloops.
Adding to its already impressive list of world-class wineries, Kamloops has been expanding its craft-brew offerings. Close to Sahali you'll be able to find the following brew-pubs:
The Sahali area includes many quality schools, including some of the best in all of Kamloops. Schools in Lower Sahali are Beattie Elementary, St. Ann's Academy, and Sahali Secondary. In Upper Sahali, students can attend South Sahali Elementary, and Summit Elementary, as well as schools in neighboring Aberdeen.
Sahali is also right next door to Thompson Rivers University, ensuring that the area always has a sizable student tenant population.
NOTE: This representation is based in whole or in part on data generated by Kamloops and District Real Estate Association which assumes no responsibility for its accuracy.