About Double J MHP

Situated in a cul-de-sac in a quiet part of Creston, Double J MHP boasts picturesque views of the Purcell mountain range to the east, and the Selkirk mountain range to the west, rolling down into the Creston Valley.

This 55+ community is brand new as of 2018, including newly installed curbs, pavement, and street lights. Each site will be complete with an asphalt driveway and sod landscaping, once the home is placed on your selected lot. The home will be skirted and have 2 sets of stairs built to code, then eavestroughs will be installed on the home. All of the services will be connected to the home, up and running for the time of possession.

Here, you can have all the benefits of traditional home ownership, without the burden of tiresome maintenance or excessive property taxes. The community managers take care of the water, sewer, garbage removal and snow removal from the main street for you through a mandatory monthly cost, and you will never have to worry about property taxes. Canada Post has installed brand new post boxes right on site, making sending and receiving your mail very convenient.

To make things even more convenient, we have two homes completely set up and ready for a quick possession: Lots 2 & 12. Contact the Cranbrook office for more information on this brand-new location, or to become a part of the Double J senior’s community. 

  • 55+ Senior Community
  • Fully Serviced
  • Turn Key Packages
  • Beautiful Landscaping
  • Asphalt Driveways

Located in Creston, BC

Creston is a town of 5,306 people in the Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia, Canada. The town is located approximately 10 km (6 mi) north of the border crossing into the United States It is about a one-hour drive southwest from Cranbrook, British Columbia along the Crowsnest Highway. Due to its proximity to the U.S. border, many businesses in the town accept American currency. Similarly, Porthill, the nearby US border town, accepts Canadian currency and sells gasoline in litres.

Creston is the eastern terminus of the Salmo-Creston highway constructed in the 1960s as a shortcut to avoid the long route north to Nelson and crossing Kootenay Lake by ferry between Balfour and Kootenay Bay. The Salmo-Creston highway, which is part of the Crowsnest Highway, connected with earlier highways eastward of Creston.

Creston is one of the few towns in British Columbia that does not observe Daylight saving time.

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Eagle Homes

At Eagle Homes, each and every one of our homes are building code compliant as required by local and provincial housing authorities. We produce high quality, affordable manufactured homes built by a team of experts in a climate-controlled area. Find us in Salmon Arm, Kamloops, Cranbrook and Castlegar.

Locations

Salmon Arm, BC
1190 51 Street NE
Salmon Arm, BC
250-833-4728

Kamloops, BC
7510 Dallas Drive
Kamloops, BC
250-573-2278

Cranbrook, BC
2232 Cranbrook Street N.
Cranbrook, BC
250-489-1230

Castlegar, BC
4430 Minto Road,
Castlegar, BC
250-365-2121