Kelowna’s North Glenmore neighbourhood is a bustling community filled with walking trails, sports fields, parks, orchards, farms and established schools perfect for active families and outdoor enthusiasts.
That’s why the newest townhome development in the area, Parklane Townhomes, is sure to be an attractive destination for families. It is located within a short walking distance to restaurants, pubs, shops, banks, fitness centres and pharmacies in Brandt’s Creek Crossing. Public transportation and cycling routes are easily accessible.
The townhomes will be located at the corner of Union Road and Wyndham Crescent, which is only a 10-minute drive to Kelowna International Airport and to downtown, as well as just a five-minute drive or 20-minute bike ride to UBC Okanagan.
“North Glenmore has been one of our fastest growing neighbourhoods,” RE/MAX Kelowna’s Jesse East says. “It’s great for both young families with the close proximity to all the schools as well as Baby Boomers looking to downsize without being detached from the community.”
Construction has begun on the Parklane community that will consist of 29 brand new townhomes with main floor living spaces, two-storey layout, ample storage solutions and quality finishings. The main floor will feature an open concept living, kitchen and dining space, powder room and double garage. The upper level will consist of three bedrooms, laundry and another two bathrooms. Square footage of the townhomes will range from 1,535 to 1,653 square feet.
Some of the modern finishings include waterfall countertops, floor-to-ceiling cabinets, stainless steel appliances and premium flooring.
“Parklane will be unique, as it’s one of the only new construction townhouse projects to contain traditional side-by-side double garages and all living space on just two levels,” East says.
Outdoor spaces will feature private patio space and a private community green space for homeowners to get to know one another.
Prices start at $499,000.
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