Amidst the constant grind of the real estate market and waffling economy, there is a flourishing development located in Kelowna’s beautiful Upper Mission known as Trumpeter Ridge Estates.
Located just pass the popular Summerhill Winery that overlooks our iconic Okanagan Lake 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.
Proudly marketing Trumpeter Ridge Estates are Walter Grapentin and Shane Dorey, both with ReMax Kelowna. Combined, the two realtors have 18 years of real estate experience and six years experience with this development. Over that time, Grapentin and Dorey have sold 41 out of the 52 lots of the Trumpeter Ridge Phases 1 and 2, and will now start selling Phase 3 lots, said to be coming on the market in the summer of 2013.
Trumpeter Ridge offers competitive pricing with lots as low as $199,000. The development also offers flexible builder terms which allow you to bring your own builder to this exclusive community and for up to two years to build.
I asked Grapentin what makes Trumpeter Ridge great in his opinion. “It’s the exceptional lake, orchard and vineyard views located in Upper Mission,” he replied. “Where else can you find all of that for such a great price?”
Trumpeter Ridge, not only offers great price point and quality lots, but offers a friendly warm community where you’ll want to raise your family and can visualize your children riding their bicycles up and down their neighbourhood street, create memories with family and friends or simply take in the golden view of the Okanagan Valley from the deck of your newly built home.
Asked if he would choose to live in Trumpeter Ridge Estates, Dorey replied: “Absolutely. This development offers the best of both worlds—just a short drive to town, outstanding lake views and great people.”
To serve you better and keep you informed with this development, Dorey and Grapentin will be available at the Trumpeter Ridge showhome, 373 Trumpeter Crt., on Wednesday to Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m., starting next week.