Glenora, British Columbia, Canada is a great place to settle if you are looking for homes that are of middling size and that are well kept. Glenora is historically known as Fort Glenora of the Hudson Bay Company. The area was also known as Glenora Landing during the Cassiar Gold Rush. This is a very interesting area that is rich with history and that has stunning views.
Glenora is located on the banks of the Stikine River and is just downstream of the Telegraph Creek. This area is very scenic and offers some views that you simply cannot find in the big city. Glenora is also home to the Glenora Farm that allows visitors to unwind and truly relax. The farm is one of two Camphill Communities in Western Canada and allows adults with developmental disabilities a place to live, work, and learn alongside their caregivers.
This area is perfect for those families that have children and want plenty of green space, fresh air, and gorgeous views so that they can truly appreciate what nature has to offer. There are a wide range of homes in the area but most are single family residential properties of middling size with around four bedrooms being the norm. For those that still want to be close to Duncan, this is a great option as it is a subarea of the city and does offer easy and quick access.
Though it is easy to access Duncan from this area, you are still going to find the sweeping views and vistas that are common in more remote, rural areas. Glenora is a tight knit community and is home to several well established areas in itself so there are not too terribly many larger or newer buildings and developments. This is a great family oriented area that would be perfect for any family looking to get away from it all without being entirely removed from the city and basic amenities.