Lake Country project has much to offer home buyers

The Lakes development has a unique country charm.

Nestled between Okanagan Lake, Wood Lake and Kalamalka Lake is where you can find The Lakes development.

It’s only fitting that this development not be called anything else but The Lakes. Located in Lake Country, this first-rate community offers a unique charm all on its own.

“This is a great community to raise a family, it has a nice quaint ‘country’ feel and the great part about it is that it is engulfed by our Okanagan lakes,” said Re/Max real estate agent Jennifer Black.

The Lakes consists of 300 acres that offer building lots that are available starting at $150,000 and up. Another great aspect of this development is that it also allows for the purchaser of a lot to bring their own builder.

Also available are a variety of already built quality single-family homes and multi-family dwellings with either stunning lake, mountain or valley views to enjoy year-round.

This newer family subdivision offers convenient location to shopping, restaurants, schools and has an abundance of park land near-by with a number of hiking trails available. You can also find several different golf courses and wineries near by such as Predator Ridge Golf Course and renowned Grey Monk Winery.

The best of both words is evident at The Lakes—the  serenity just out your door step and you are only just a short drive away southbound to the heart of downtown Kelowna or northbound to Vernon.

“You should really come and see what The Lakes development has to offer, you will not be disappointed,” added Tim Stanfield, also with Re/Max.

With confidence, Black and Stanfield currently market a newly built quality single family home in The Lakes development and both can agree that this up and coming neighbourhood is something to be desired.

Realtors from Re/Max Kelowna, Century 21, MacDonald Realty and Royal LePage are teaming up this weekend to showcase this popular development. The featured properties range in styles from popular rancher walkout, two storey and grade level entry single family homes.

This Saturday, Nov. 24, between 11 a.m. and  3 p.m., come on down and view the craftsmanship of these magnificent homes.

Turn on Oceola Road off of Highway 97 at the Super Save Gas station intersection located in Lake Country. Snacks and refreshments will be offered as will a ride aboard the Re/Max hot air balloon.

Ceinwen Morgan has worked in the Kelowna real estate industry for the past five years.

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