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  Song of Ruth House Properties  604-793-0554
Please email Ruth:
~ to check for availability
~ to put your name on the waiting list 
~ for further information
 


 
Chilliwai'i House:

Chilliwai'i House was built in 1976 with only the wall of the Entrance Lobby attached to the Pearl House, the smaller house.
~ Most of Chilliwai'i House is separated from Pearl House by a 6-feet-wide space. 
~ The Owners at that time were able to register the properties with the City of Chilliwack this way: 
The bigger house was listed as "a single-family residence" with the smaller house as its "illegal suite."
~ In reality, from 1976 to circa 2000, Chilliwai'i House was home to a large number of transient foster children, while Pearl House continued as a single family, 2-level house.
In 2000, Chilliwai'i House was completely renovated, Pearl House had repairs done, 
and the Barn, which was tilting and gradually falling, was hoisted straight and reinforced, 
not demolished which would surrender ownership of 3 feet of grandfathered alleyway to the City of Chilliwack.
In 2004, the new Owner, a chef, had further updated renovations done in Chilliwai'i House,
which included the kitchen, the bathrooms, and reroofing.
On May 1st, 2007, the current Owners, Ruth Lowther and Peter Lalonde, bought the Properties, 
and updated its status with the City of Chilliwack as "a single family residence with tenants", with a garage (barn) grandfathered to be on an extra 3 feet into the alley, "and an illegal attached house"  
-- "Illegal" is defined as allowing our properties to remain as they are but not allowing any other building this way in Chilliwack, that of a second house built attached to an original house:
Song of Ruth House Properties is unique!

 
 
 

                                                                            

Conditions for Chilliwai'i House:
PETS:  ~ Small pets in cages or terrariums are permitted. (NO DOGS, CATS, BIRDS: SORRY).
SMOKING: ~ Must Use of Outdoor Smoking Bench or anywhere off-property.
NO USE OF YARDS or BARN, sorryUse of Front Entrance Door ONLY. 
MAIL:  ~ Do NOT empty the Properties Mail Boxes:
~ The Owners will empty the Properties Mail Boxes, then distribute mail
to respective Residents' Personal Mail Boxes.
VISITORS: ~ No non-paying visitors after 10:00 p.m or before 10:00 a.m..
~ Non-paying visitors are NOT to use the kitchen or internet.
~ Residents will be held responsible for the conduct of their visitors, with possible eviction.
NO SMOKING: SMOKING of any kind and Lighting of matches and fire
MUST BE OFF THE PROPERTY: eviction. 
NO DRUNKS: DRUNKENNESS IS A SECURITY POLICY BREACH: eviction.
NO ILLEGAL DRUGS, DRUG PARAPHENALIA, OR SELLING ILLEGAL DRUGS.
NO NOISE: ~ No noise after 10:00 p.m. or before 10:00 a.m. inside or near the properties.
~ Residents are encouraged to use headphones during Quiet Hours.

Security PolicyWe reserve the right to evict
either immediately or within 10 days,
anyone who breaches the following
security conditions on our property:
NO:
~ No lighting of matches or use of lighters, candles, incense,
and no smoking of any kind on the properties: 
Smoking must be off the properties, even in the worst kinds of weather.
~ NO ALCOHOL anywhere on the properties.
~ NO DRUNKS or Drugheads: No intoxicated resident or guest. 
~ NO ILLEGAL DRUGS or drug paraphenalia, or illegally obtained pharmaceutical drugs.  
~ No selling or buying illegal drugs or pharmaceuticals on or near the properties.
~ No shouting on the public street or sidewalk near our properties.
~ NO GUNS or any dangerous item or substance.  
~ NO ILLEGAL ACTIVITY WHATSOEVER.
~ No non-paying guest after 10:00 p.m. or before 10:00 a.m..
~ NO MAKING A NUISANCE: -- No repeatedly asking for cigarettes, matches,
loans  of anything, drives; 
-- No taking of food supplies; -- No damaging property; 
-- No shouting; urinating, throwing cigarette butts or anything, smoking, or shouting outside a window; 
-- No bringing a potentially dangerous or damaging item onto the property;
-- No partial payments of rent.  Full rent is paid by agreed date.
---
Precautions
--> No smoking, alcohol, illegal drugs, under-school-age children,
or drunks are allowed on the properties.
--> Toddlers and babies are allowed in the smaller Pearl House under constant supervision.
--> Warning: We cannot be held responsible for allergic reactions or accidents:
These properties have gardens with many poisonous plants and other substances such as nuts, pollen, and animal hair which may cause serious allergic reactions for some people.


     
Pearl House
Our Smaller Rental "Heritage" House:
This Smaller House and nearby barn were built in 1933 on a ranch next to two other ranches
within Princess Avenue and Yale East Street, Broadway and Yale Streets.
(As previously mentioned, the Bigger House was built in 1976, attached to a small part of one wall.)
This Smaller House was not damaged by the 1948 or other Fraser River Valley floods, and has no mould or leaks.
This house has its original bathtub, mudroom entrance, and original wood cupboards, walls, and flooring.

$960 per month:
~ Every 6 months of residence: $100 "appreciation" cash will be given back,
in appreciation for our long-term renters.
 
Has:
~ 2 levels: main floor and upstairs large "loft".
~ No carpeting, for allergy protection: Wood flooring upstairs; bamboo or linoleum coverings downstairs.
~ Cable outlets on both levels.
~ Electric heaters; electric fan.
~ New roof in 2004. No mould. No leaks.

Upstairs Large Loft
~ High ceiling.  ~ 2 large "open area" bedrooms. ~ Walk-in closet.  ~ Original wood flooring.

Main Floor:
~ Mudroom entrance with laundry washer & drier.
~ Small bedroom (for single or twin bed).
~ Very large kitchen built as the centre of the house: ample cupboards and counter space;
fridge; range; microwave oven.
~ Dining room "nook" with small storage area.
~ Large bathroom with antique tub separate from shower stall.
~ Small 12' x 15' Living Room, semi-furnished with
TV, three-piece couch, lazy-boy rocker; cedar panel wall.

Other Possibilities
Residents in the past have designed their spaces in these different ways:
~ Small bedroom--> workroom or toyroom or office.
~ Dining room--> an additional bedroom.
~ Living room--> the main bedroom (upstairs loft was their living room).
 

Conditions for Pearl House:
PETS:  ~ Small pets in cages or terrariums, and NEUTERED cats,  are permitted. (NO DOGS, SORRY).
Use of Outdoor Smoking Bench or sitting area is encouraged.
NO USE OF YARDS or BARN, sorry
~ Has a separate entrance at the back, with a small entrance area.
~ Has 9' high fencing protection from the owners' dogs' backyard.
~ Our dogs and we stay-at-home owners are excellent security.
MAIL:  ~ Do NOT empty the Properties Mail Boxes:
~ The Owners will empty the Properties Mail Boxes, then distribute mail
to respective Residents' Personal Mail Boxes.
VISITORS: ~ No non-paying visitors after 10:00 p.m or before 10:00 a.m..
~ Overnight guests must FIRST be given permission from the Owners.
~ Residents will be held responsible for the conduct of their visitors, with possible eviction.
NO SMOKING: SMOKING of any kind and Lighting of matches and fire
MUST BE OFF THE PROPERTY: eviction. 
~ NO ALCOHOL anywhere on the properties.
~ NO DRUNKS or Drugheads: No intoxicated resident or guest. 
~ NO ILLEGAL DRUGS or drug paraphenalia, or illegally obtained pharmaceutical drugs.  
~ No selling or buying or possession of illegal drugs or pharmaceuticals on or near the properties.
NO DRUNKS: DRUNKENNESS IS A SECURITY POLICY BREACH: eviction.
NO NOISE: ~ No noise after 10:00 p.m. or before 10:00 a.m. inside or near the properties.
~ Residents are encouraged to use headphones during Quiet Hours.
Sorry, these things are not included:
Parking: No on-site vehicle parking: ~ Please park in front of the house on the well-lit street;
~ Please chain your bicycle against the Smaller House's entrance fence.
Cleaning: ~ No cleaning services: Residents are responsible for cleaning all the rooms in their house, 
AND the outside entrance.
Cleanliness Inspection: Once per month room inspection: 
~ If owner must clean any room or the outside area: a fee will be charged.
~ If owner would need more than 1 hour to restore clean conditions: possible eviction;
and no return of security deposit.
~ Residents are expected to provide their own garbage bags/boxes and recycle bags/boxes: 
-- One full garbage can is permitted by the City of Chilliwack for Wednesday 7:00 a.m. Pick-Ups;
with an UNLIMITED NUMBER OF FULL RECYCLE BAGS.
Transportation: ~ Owners do not provide transportation services. DO NOT ASK. 
~ Most city buses stop nearby on Princess Avenue & Main Street.
~ Taxi and Greyhound and car rental are excellent services in Chilliwack.
Yards: ~ There is NO fenced recreation yard: Please enjoy viewing the property's large gardens.
Pets: ~ No additional dogs. Cats are welcome. Non-exotic animals in cages/terreriums/aquariums are welcome.
-- Our cats and dogs are family members who live in The Bigger House in separate quarters
and are on active patrol duty around the outdoor property: 
It is hoped that Residents would respect them as they would respect the Property Owners.
Storage Area: ~ There is NO large storage area: Please store whatever you have in your house, including pets.
~ Chilliwack has several excellent private storage facilities for rent.


Security PolicyWe reserve the right to evict, 
either immediately or within 10 days,
anyone who breaches the following security conditions on our property:
NO:
~ NO lighting of matches or use of lighters, candles, incense, fireworks, firecrackers, 
and NO SMOKING of any kind on the properties: 
Smoking must be off the properties, even in the worst kinds of weather.
OUTDOOR LIGHTING a barbecue is permitted.
~ NO ALCOHOL anywhere on the properties.
~ NO DRUNKS or Drugheads: No intoxicated resident or guest. 
~ NO ILLEGAL DRUGS or drug paraphenalia, or illegally obtained pharmaceutical drugs.  
~ No selling or buying illegal drugs or pharmaceuticals on or near the properties.
~ No shouting on the public street or sidewalk near our properties.
~ NO GUNS or any dangerous item or substance.  
~ NO ILLEGAL ACTIVITY WHATSOEVER.
~ NO MAKING A NUISANCE: -- No repeatedly asking for cigarettes, matches, loans  of anything, drives; 
-- No taking of property items; -- No damaging property; 
-- No shouting; urinating, throwing cigarette butts or anything, smoking, or shouting outside a window; 
-- No bringing a potentially dangerous or damaging item onto the property;
-- No non-payment of full rent and security deposit by agreed date.



  

Song of Ruth House Property 

is in Chilliwack's northern Fraser & Hope River area.

You will see: 
Five Corners heritage site: ~ where the immense glockenspiel clock chimes Christmas carols,
~ where Yale Street has antique shops, restaurants, & Chilliwack Museum (old city hall); 
~ where Yale East Street has antique & music shops, Little Mtn Garden Nursery, and
Island Dairy Farms (great ice cream, baking, and deli meats);
~ where Wellington Ave. has The Book Man (B.C.'s biggest used books store?), interesting shops,
and the grandly preserved Royal Hotel (cheap & great home cooking);
~ AND WHERE Young Road has
(1) Central Park, where the City of Chilliwack holds free music concerts and antique car shows,
(2) Hope River, a gorgeous, lazy stream for fine kayak/inflatable boating;
(3) Brian & Fay Minter have Minter Country Garden, where they grow and sell the plants that grow
in their Minter Gardens showplace down Yale East in Chilliwack's Rosedale community, including
a gift shop, a jam & tea shop, a pleasant cafe, and a huge Christmas lights adventure; AND
(4) Island 22 Park (and dike) along the Fraser River shore, with camping, salmon fishing,
a free dog-run, horse-jumping, and a boat launch.
 
 
Throughout Chilliwack you will see: 
~ Farms with buffalos, cows, llamas & tulips within a circle of volcanoes and 4 rivers;
~ Two huge high-elevation lakes, blue heron sanctuary, mountain climbing, hiking, river-rafting;
~ Well-organized First Nations communities, the home of the Queen's provincial representative,
our current Lieutenant-Governor, Stephen L. Point http://www.ltgov.bc.ca/;
~ Large populations of Canadian descendants of Netherlands, Germany, and everywhere else;
~ Cowgirls, cowboys, ranches, horses, corn, flowers all year, and the occasional windmill.
 
Song of Ruth House is closer to everything you will want to
see and do in Vancouver and southern B.C.:
Going West: Vancouver/Vancouver Island Ferries: 90 minutes. Abbotsford International Airport: 15 minutes. 
Going Southwest: Vancouver International Airport: 2 hours.  USA White Rock/Blaine Border: 2/5 hours.  
Going Northwest: West Vancouver & Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal to Nanaimo: 2 hours.  Whistler via #1/#99: 3 hours.
Going South: South Chilliwack:  Sardis: 5 min.  Cultus Lake: 15 min. Chilliwack Lake: 15 min.  Yarrow/Greendale: 10 minutes.
 USA Abbotsford/Sumas Border: 20 minutes.  USA's Mount Baker ski-hill: 60 minutes.
Going East: East Chilliwack, Minter Gardens, Bridal Veil Falls, : 15 minutes.  Bridge to Mission: 15 minutes. 
Agassiz town and west-bound train: 15 minutes. Harrison Hot Springs Lake Resort: 20 minutes. Manning Park Ski Resort: 60 min. Okanagan (Kelowna, Osoyoos): 2-4 hours.
Going North: Hells Gate, Fraser Canyon, Thompson Canyon, Cariboo: 1-3 hrs. Whistler via #1 and to  Lillooet onward: 4-6 hours.

Around Town: Minter Gardens, Bridal Falls, music festivals, Sardis Lake bird sanctuary, Yarrow community & The Yellow Barn, Chilliwack Heritage Centre (rodeo, exhibits), Prospera Centre (WHL, Junior Hockey League games, music concerts).

Mountains: Chilliwack, Little, Cheam, Lady, Knight, Baby Munday, Stewart, The Still, Welch, Foley, Slesse, Rexford, Larrabee.....

Lakes: Cultus, Chilliwack, Sardis. Rivers: Fraser,  Hope, Vedder, Chilliwack, Sardis. River-Rafting: Fraser & Chilliwack Rivers.

Kayaking/Inflatable Boating: Hope & Vedder Rivers.   

Motor Boating and Fishing (with licenses): Fraser & Chilliwack Rivers.

Waterslides: Cultus Lake; Bridal Veil Falls.  

Golf: Chilliwack, Cultus Lake.   Mini-Golf: Cultus Lake.

Education Facilities: University of the Fraser Valley. Chilliwack Hospital. Sprott-Shaw College. MIT College. 
Recreation Facilities: 2 Chilliwack Recreation Centres. 2 YMCA pools. 
Mass Entertainment Facilities:  Chilliwack Prospera Centre, Chilliwack Heritage Park.
First Nations Celebrations: Shxwhá:y First Nation Smokehouse. Stó:lô First Nation Longhouse. First Nation Spirit of the River Celebration.First Nation Rock n Roll.
Gardening Centres: Canada's Bamboo World. Minter Country Garden (Young Road). Pacific Rim Native Plant Nursery. 
Cannor Garden Centre. Little Mountain Nursery Garden. Sequoia Garden Centre. Fraser Valley Greenhouse Supply. Love Bud.
Yarrow, Greendale, Sardis, Downtown Northeastside, Fairway Island, Rosedale, Popkum, Ryder Lake:  private farms and ranches.

~~ From Ruth Lowther, owner-operator:
"Our house is in Chilliwack's north area, where two dikes protect it from flooding. Here it feels a bit drier, a bit warmer, than the south areas of Chilliwack. 
I like to call it: Chilliwai'i (c)  = Canada's Hawai'i! 
Stay awhile. Make our house your home base for Southern B.C.!"  


    

   Contact us: songofruthhouse@gmail.com       604-793-0554                                                                                                          
   Song of Ruth House Properties, Attention: Ms. Ruth Lowther, Owner-Manager,
   9362 Williams Street, Chilliwack, British Columbia  Canada V2P 5E1
 
Our two adjacent houses from the outside look like one big house, when we arrived in 2007.
There is a big garden in the frontyard now.
Bigger House: Top floor bathroom.
 
Bigger House: Kitchen.
     
      History as Interpreted by Ruth Lowther: 
LeftCo-owner Peter Lalonde is descended from Captain Jean de Lalonde, who arrived in Montreal Nord from Normandy, western France, in near-revolutionary-1669 to protect French Canadian settlers from the Iroquois Six-Nation Empire who had not yet decided to allow immigrants to claim free ownership of the land they'd been calling home for 20,000 (to 80,000?) years. But King Louis (the ?th) wanted the wealth of the seemingly unlimited resources, and French immigrants were willing to live near Iroquois rather than King Louis. 
Right: Co-owner Ruth Lowther may or may not be descended from Captain George Lowther, 18th century British pirate scoundrel who commuted from Haiti to Halifax and who may or may not have been the inspiration for Captain Jack Sparrow.
                      

 "Our house... is a very very very fine house, with 9 cats in the yard, life used to be so hard,
 now everything is easy 'cause of you!" ~~Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
     


Chilliwai'i! That's What I Call Our North Chilliwack Community

The photo shows Airport Avenue at Young Street, about 1.5 kilometres (1 mile) from our house.
Chilliwack Airport is to the right, behind the fence. That's home to cessna enthusiasts and an inexpensive cafe with arguably Canada's best home-made pies.

Those mountains, looking eastward at them, are relatively very young, sleeping Cascade Range volcanoes -- sitting on the same underground magma batholith that powers Harrison Hot Springs, Mount Baker's constantly steamy activity, and Mount Saint Helen. This group if called The Cheam Range, led by (left) Mount Cheam, which lost its left chunk to a landslide a few thousand years ago, and (right) the square monolith called Mount Lady, both peaks of which are easily accessible by hiking trails. On any given day, one might see a group of hand-gliders cascading around Mount Cheam.

Blooming Japanese Cherry Trees tell us it is late February. We here in north Chilliwack usually get more heat than Vancouver -- and much less snow -- because of several reasons:
(1) We're sitting on an active magma batholith under a fault-line that has cracked the ground from White Rock through Abbotsford to us. 
(2) The cold air-flows that curl up from Washington's Olympic Mountains and down from Alaska are attracted to Vancouver's air tunnel along Burrard Inlet against the north shore's Coast Mountains -- or to Abbotsford's air tunnel over Cultus Lake to the Cascade Mountain foothills of south Chilliwack -- and they end up dumping cold wetness on Hope City. 
(3) All of Chilliwack is a rainforest area, "temperate rainforest" to be precise; almost as lush and damp and radiant as Tofino, but with additional warmth. Did you know that we have a type of giant frog living here, "endemic" to Chilliwack, that exists nowhere else on the planet? We've also got a whole nation of great blue herons living nearby in the Greendale-Yarrow communities on our western side.
(4) We lucky people in northern Chilliwack get the warmth reflecting off two rivers: the Hope River and the mighty Fraser River.
(5) Let us not forget Greater Vancouver's filthy smog. While the cooler wet airflows are on either side of us, much of the monstrous metropolis smog is stuck hovering over our heads contributing heat. Asthma sufferers are routinely reminded to wait indoors until the 4 pm breeze shoves it along.

Our gardening zone here in north Chilliwack is a balmy Zone 8b "with Zone 9 pockets" -- same as northern California or northern Adriatic/Mediterranean Sea. We have the latest date of frost arrival -- November 6th -- in Canada and all of USA except for the southernmost parts of the southern states and Hawaii -- and the most number of frost-free days -- 216-220. While on a day that Vancouver is getting, say, 24 C degrees, Chilliwack is getting 29-35 C degrees. And, unlike dry semi-arid Okanagan or Los Angeles, our evenings remain mild to down-right toasty. Most of our soil is very nutrient, water-holding silt from the Fraser River floodplain and surrounding sleeping volcanoes. Plants that are hardy here and even grow with a flourish include banana trees, mimosa silk trees, date palms, eucalyptuses, tulip trees, rose-of-sharon hibiscuses, canna lilies, and of course monkey trees which seem especially gigantic. Brian and Fay Minter have their world renowned Minter Gardens attraction in Chilliwack's east-side Rosedale community for a reason, as do the people down the road from me who operate Canada Bamboo World, a plantation that mostly grows varieties of bamboo, along with banana trees and canna lilies. 

Now you can see why I like calling our community, "Chilliwaii".

Southern Chilliwack is pretty fine, too; it reminds me of the upper slopes of Hawaii's Big Island mountains, except our air is much less sulphuric.

Once you're near Hope, there's not much hope finding any other place in Canada quite as lovely as Chilliwack. Wear sunscreen all year and enjoy!

~ Ruth Lowther, July 2, 2010.

 
      Photo Collage of Chilliwack's Area:
BELOW, Left to Right: 1st Row: Brian and Fay Minter's gems of Chilliwack: Minter Gardens in Chilliwack's community of Rosedale; same place, wedding area; Minter Country Garden in Chilliwack on Young Road just 2 minutes north of Song of Ruth House. 2nd Row: Mount Baker is an active volcano overlooking us from America: looking into its hot crater; looking at Baker from east Abbotsford; close-up of Mt. Baker's crater. 3rd Row: Skiing on Mt. Baker with Chilliwack's Cheam Mountain Range in the background; camping on Mt. Baker; Mt. Baker's crater is steaming. 4th Row: Looking at Mt. Baker from Chilliwack's Mt. Slesse; looking at steaming Mount Baker from Chilliwack's community of Greendale. The Very Bottom: In case your eyes go cross-eyed trying to read blurry opaqued labels, here they are, clockwise from the big photo:  (1) Left: Cheam Mountain. Right: Lady Mountain. (2) Cheam and Lady from Airport Road (down the block from Song of Ruth House). (3) Chilliwack Lake. (4) Chilliwack Mountain (which, by the way, looks spectacular in the autumn). 
                                        
                                      

Canada Education Park,
including
Royal Canadian Mounted Police's
Pacific West Academy
-- in other words,
Chilliwack is a city full of rookie police. Within 5 minutes of calling their number, a veteran with an eager rookie is at our door. 
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  Canada Education Park 

The City has joined with the University of the Fraser Valley, the Justice Institute of BC and the provincial government to redevelop lands at the former Canadian Forces Base Chilliwack into an education and research park.

The project depends on the successful purchase of 200 acres of the former base from the federal government.

The closure of the forces base in 1995 was a blow to the local economy. Chilliwack residents welcomed the establishment in 2001 of an RCMP training academy in the old officers’ training buildings. On July 21, 2003, City Council agreed to a federal proposal to re-zone 150 acres of the base lands for residential use.

On July 25, 2003, the City signed a memorandum of understanding with UFV, the Justice Institute and the province on the joint creation of an education and research park. On the same day, the City signed an MOU with the Canada Lands Company, a federal crown corporation, to move towards negotiating a land purchase.

The proposed education park would serve up to 13,000 post-secondary students plus academic staff and research industry employees. It would include:

  • A new campus for UFV;
  • New facilities for the Justice Institute;
  • A new Chinese Cultural University, to be developed by UFV and two affiliated post-secondary institutions based in Beijing;
  • A new research and development centre, operated by UFV, to focus on gaining value from B.C. wood products; and,
  • Space for research or education related industries.

The former Canadian Forces Base Chilliwack seen from the air. The land is still owned by the federal government. On July 21, City Council agreed to re-zone Parcel “A” for residential housing. Parcel “B” includes the RCMP Pacific Training Academy plus the lands proposed for the Canada Education Park. The City hopes to begin negotiating the purchase of those lands late in 2003.



 

CITY OF CHILLIWACK
8550 Young Road, Chilliwack, BC, Canada, V2P 8A4
City Hall Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm excluding statutory holidays
Phone: 604-792-9311 | Fax: 604-795-8443
After Hours Utilities or Public Works Emergencies Only: 604-792-2233 
January 28, 2011 1:23 AM

  Maps of Song of Ruth House Properties Area:
                                  
Above: Detailed map around Song of Ruth House. 
BelowLeft: Looking at Song of Ruth House and the rest of northern Chilliwack & Fraser River from Mount Cheam; Right: Ruth Lowther and Peter Lalonde of Song of Ruth House.
Bottom: Mary M'ow, Maine Coon, also known as Mother Mary, Queen of Song of Ruth House.
  

                                                    

 
 
                                                                                  
 
 
 
 
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