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Find affordable neighbourhoods in Upper Mission

In the Upper Mission area of Kelowna, there is currently an abundance of executive single family properties for sale with a wide range in price.

But the secret is finding that one home that is right just for you at the right price.

Upper Mission has a variety of single family homes, newer and older, filled with gorgeous subdivisions that characterize this exquisite area of town.

Southridge, Crawford Estates and Kettle Valley are among the thriving neighbourhoods with vacant lots to build your own personal dream home.

Prices vary in the Upper Mission from  $400,000 to $1.4 million, while townhomes are also available from as low as $400,000.

This area of Kelowna offers astonishing lake, valley and mountain views while nestled away on the quiet streets of this Central Okanagan paradise.

As competitive as the Upper Mission market is, there is one subdivision I would like to focus on—Trumpeter Ridge.

Trumpeter Ridge offers competitive pricing with lots as low as $199,000. The development also offers flexible builder terms and allows you to bring your own builder to this exclusive community and up to a two-year window to build a new home after purchasing a lot.

Located just past the popular Summerhill Winery which overlooks our iconic Okanagan Lake, Trumpeter Ridge is where you’ll find the 2011 PNE Prize Home along with a variety of stunning single family homes on lots ranging from .16 to .25 of an acre in size.

Trumpeter Ridge  not only offers great price point and quality lots but offers a friendly warm community, a desirable place  to raise your family—you can visualize your children riding their bicycles up and down their neighbourhood streets, creating memories with family and friends or simply taking in the golden view of the Okanagan Valley from the deck of your newly built home.

Home hunters should consult with their local professional realtor and check out what this and other Upper Mission neighbourhoods have to offer.

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