A digital rendering of the proposed development

New multi-million dollar homes coming to West Kelowna

The $50 million development Paradise Estates will be located on the former West Bay Beach Resort property

More high end living is coming to West Kelowna.

Gasland Properties Ltd. unveiled Paradise Estates Friday morning, a $50 million development along Okanagan Lake at 3745 West Bay Road, the former West Bay Beach Resort campground. Totalling 22 acres in size, the gated community will feature 21 vacation homes with beach access and a central area with a pool and putting greens. Each of the homes will have an attached two car garage, a minimum of 3,800 square feet over two stories, a temperature controlled wine room and a private elevator leading to a rooftop deck.

“We believe we’ve created something truly special here, something unique in West Kelowna,” said Gasland president Ken Nichols. “Once people see the beautiful surroundings and the well-crafted homes, the’ll realize this truly is a piece of paradise.”

Future homeowners will also be given a boat slip for a private dock, located on the lake immediately behind the development. In addition to the new housing offered in Paradise Estates, the development will also be widening the public park space beside the Boucherie Beach development and Paradise Estates and extending construction of a public boardwalk along the waterfront.

Nichols anticipates the Paradise Estates show home will be ready for December, with homeowners being able to take possession in June 2017.

 

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