Morgan: Golf course lifestyle living in the Okanagan

Take the plunge into home ownership now and start living the Okanagan dream.

In true Kelowna fashion, with the snow melting  throughout our beautiful Central Okanagan golf courses start re-opening for the season.

And with that marks the return of many Kelowna snowbirds who had flown south for the winter.

For those snowbirds who love Kelowna’s climate and to golf, a place to call home only steps away from the tee box would seem ideal.

Tucked away in north Rutland is where you’ll find the acclaimed golf community of Tower Ranch, showcasing stunning valley views and a variety of high-end single-family homes on the market now,

The first phase of single-family homes being offered by Kelowna builder Dilworth Quality Homes start out at $439,900.

Nestled in the Okanagan Valley, Black Mountain offers a recreational paradise, a meticulously crafted, multi-generational, master-planned golf community.

Here you can live just steps away from the majestic hiking trails that cover Black Mountain. Purchase a single-family lot to build your dream home starting at $201,000 or move into an  executive townhome priced to start at $400,000.

Perhaps you are looking to live on a golf course, but wanting the comfort of a condominium? Well, look no further than Quail Ridge Golf Course located north of Highway 97, with available condominiums starting at  $179,900.

Looking for just a little bit more space? Get into a stunning Quail Ridge townhouse starting at $299,900 and be hidden away from the craziness of the city, just a short walk to Quail Ridge’s magnificent par 72, 18-hole championship golf course.

Just across the bridge in West Kelowna is Two Eagles Golf Course, which combines “championship qualities of a classic GDS Les Furber design with the playability of a mid-length facility.”

Condominiums overlooking the Two Eagles course  start at $138,900.

These are only four of the many breathtaking golf courses that Kelowna has to offer, but as you can see there are great opportunities to enjoy a relaxing Okanagan lifestyle for a very reasonable price from condos, lots and executive single family homes.

Why not take the plunge into home ownership now and start living the Okanagan dream?

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