Wilden even more accessible
Sponsored Content - Aug 17, 2019 - Think Local

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A home in Wilden is what many in Kelowna dream about often. Living in the Okanagan’s largest master-planned community has recently become more achievable; a new strata development has been launched with spacious, semi-detached homes starting in the low six hundreds, including the first year of strata fees when you buy in phase one. What is more, the monthly energy cost when living in a Wilden townhome is significantly lower than average.

So what makes Wilden so desirable, especially right now?

Places like this are becoming rare in Kelowna.

The neighbourhoods now selling in Wilden are the last low-density pockets available on the hillside above Okanagan Lake, a short 10-minute drive from downtown. Wilden Ridge Park, with its beautiful lake-view trails and other extended park areas, are only a short walk away.

Wilden construction is building homes to future standards.

If you buy a semi-detached home in Wilden’s new strata neighbourhood, Lost Creek Point, you will get maximum living comfort at minimum energy cost. Wilden’s own construction team builds homes far ahead of the current building code. By exceeding the current requirements for wall insulation and choosing renewable energy sources, Wilden leads the way to a sustainable future in residential living.

Wilden helps to reduce greenhouse gas.

Lost Creek Point homes have substantially less greenhouse gas emissions than the average home, extremely important to those who are conscious about climate change. Wilden is the first developer to offer new homeowners 100 per cent renewable natural gas (RNG) from FortisBC to heat their homes for one year. RNG will reduce carbon emissions for the home to near zero. Homeowners will also receive a credit on the B.C. carbon tax on their bill.

Wilden takes the pressure off your shoulders while selling your “old” home.

A special “Peace of Mind Purchase Program” for buyers of Lost Creek Point Homes in phase one allows for six months of pressure-free time to sell your existing property. During this time, the home of your choice is secured for you at the current price, regardless of other buyers coming in that could offer a quicker closing. There is no “bump clause.”

Wilden is located between downtown Kelowna and YLW airport. 

Wilden’s unique location saves you lots of commuting time on a daily basis. Regardless if you work downtown, in the university area, at the airport or require air travel for your work—less time in your car is more time spent with family and the things you love.

The Wilden Market Square has just been approved by the city and is now in planning. 

Wilden’s cultural and commercial centre, which will also include an elementary school, is currently in its final planning stages. The Wilden Market Square will enable Wilden residents to get fresh groceries and other essentials a short walk or bike ride from their front door. A huge plaza will be the place for the community to meet, have coffee and enjoy local food with neighbours. Once built, the Market Square and school will elevate the Wilden lifestyle even further and increase the value of Wilden homes.

Wilden’s townhome show unit is located at 1341 Rocky Point Dr. and is open daily from 1 to 5 p.m. except on Friday. Get more information at wildentownhomes.ca or at the Wilden Presentation Centre at 250-762-2906 or [email protected].

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