Ledingham McAllister brings luxury to Kelowna's waterfront with Waterscapes

Resort-style living at Waterscapes

Ledingham McAllister brings luxury to Kelowna's waterfront with Waterscapes.



Ledingham McAllister brings luxury to Kelowna’s waterfront with Waterscapes, a master-planned community inspired by the sparkling lake and relaxing atmosphere.

“It feels like a resort community,” says Manuela Mirecki, senior vice-president of marketing and design for Ledingham McAllister. “The response has been really, really good.”

Waterscapes offers a range of home styles, including high-rise residences at Skye and townhomes and low-rise homes at The Herons. Among the features in the homes are wood-grain shaker cabinetry in the kitchens and relaxing soaker tubs in the ensuite bathrooms.

Homeowners at Waterscapes have exclusive access to The Cascade Club, which holds a fully equipped fitness centre, billiards lounge, guest suites, library and outdoor kitchen, among many other amenities.

“The Cascade Club is literally your own private country club,” says Mirecki. “It’s been in constant use since it opened.”

If you venture off the property, Waterscapes is just a short walk away from shopping dining and nightlife in Kelowna, including the thriving arts district.

“Living at Waterscapes offers you the whole life experience,” says Mirecki. “There is nothing like this anywhere else.”

On June 21 and 22 between 12 and 6 p.m., Ledingham McAllister is hosting a blowout sales event for the remaining homes at Waterscapes, and will offer spectacular deals.

“For the penthouse (at Skye), we will be reducing the price by up to $150,000, and two-bedroom-and-den homes by up to $60,000,” says Mirecki. In The Herons, Ledingham McAllister will be offering discounts of up to $80,000 on the townhomes and up to $45,000 on the two-bedroom-and-den homes.

“Ledingham McAllister has been in business for 109 years,” Mirecki says. “There’s no one else in Western Canada who can offer that level of experience.”

For more information, visit www.ledmac.com/waterscapes, call 1-250-763-8313 or stop by the sales centre at Sky Tower, PH3, 1075 Sunset Drive, Kelowna, open daily (except Fridays) between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.

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