‘Great lo­ca­tion’

Calgary Herald - Calgary Herald New Condos - - Re­cre­ation & In­vest­ment Prop­er­ties -

Af­ter all, you’re in wine coun­try just a few min­utes drive from the fa­mous Nara­mata Bench, where award-win­ning vine­yards and winer­ies dot the land­scape.

Other stan­dard fin­ishes in­clude such high-end items as gran­ite coun­ter­tops, con­tem­po­rary roller blinds on win­dows, queen-size beds in bed­rooms, four-burner gas stoves in kitchens and nine-foot ceil­ings through­out.

There are also things like heated floors in kitchens and bath­rooms, a stacked washer and dryer, and air con­di­tion­ing. It’s what you’d ex­pect in an es­tate home.

“We saw a need in Pen­tic­ton for high-end, lux­ury re­sort homes for peo­ple,” says Brown. “There isn’t much here and we think we have some­thing unique in a great lo­ca­tion that will ap­peal to those peo­ple who are look­ing for a qual­ity sec­ond or third home.”

The two build­ings have 30 units in to­tal on three floors. Ten floor plans are avail­able for ev­ery­thing from one-bed­room units start­ing at 781 square feet to two-bed­room suites with a den at 1,395 square feet.

All floor plans are wide open and bright, with the over­sized win­dows cap­tur­ing views at all an­gles. Kitchens are large and made for en­ter­tain­ing.

The units all come with fur­ni­ture pack­ages, if so de­sired. Start­ing at about $19,000, the pack­ages from Black­stone In­te­ri­ors in Kelowna have it all, right down to two sets of 400-thread-count, queen-size sheets, the dishes and other linens.

The top deck has a rub­ber floor for com­fort and part of it has mis­ters that will keep you cool on the hottest days of the sum­mer while you en­joy the 360-de­gree views.

Some units have al­ready sold and some are ready for im­me­di­ate oc­cu­pancy, while oth­ers are at the dry­wall stage so you can choose colours and fin­ishes to suit.

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