Few 450 Parc homes remain
Sponsored Content - Apr 11, 2024 - Think Local

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Your chance to live in a convenient, modern and luxurious condominium in the heart of Pandosy Village has almost passed.

That is because there are only a few homes remaining in 450 Parc, which is move-in ready.

Spearheaded by Craig Mohr of Vineyard Developments, this project draws upon his more than two decades of luxury home-building expertise to offer an unmatched living experience. The result is a collection of 20 unique luxury homes nestled within a six-storey edifice of concrete, steel and brick, but only a handful remain.

That includes the building’s best and most private penthouse, which is facing northwest and has lake, bridge, city and park views. It boasts motorized window coverings, saltwater hot tub, outdoor kitchen, 38-inch gas fireplace, 16 foot island, custom built-in wine closet and absolutely beautiful light throughout.

The building was designed never to be replicated, marking a defining moment in luxury real estate, and most of the homes sold quickly as a result. It has a private lobby, a semi-private elevator and all units are owner occupied.

450 Parc is a reflection of architectural brilliance and sophisticated living. The design philosophy marries old-world charm with contemporary aesthetics, akin to the timeless architecture found in old town Manhattan, where the past and present coexist harmoniously. This approach has culminated in a building that stands as a testament to timeless design and architectural innovation.

Mohr’s vision for 450 Parc was clear: to create a living space that transcends the conventional boundaries of luxury condominiums, embodying the essence of individual homes within a communal structure. This ambition has been realized through meticulous attention to detail, luxury finishes and an unwavering commitment to quality.

Each residence within 450 Parc boasts its own unique identity, offering the privacy and spaciousness of a single-family home with the convenience and security of condominium living.

Beyond the walls of these exquisite homes lies a deep connection with nature, a hallmark of the luxurious Okanagan lifestyle. Each residence offers expansive views of the nearby park and, for many, breathtaking vistas of Okanagan Lake. The thoughtful orientation of the homes allows for sun-drenched patios, ensuring a seamless integration of indoor and outdoor living spaces, perfect for those cherished moments of relaxation and entertainment.

The design of 450 Parc is free of hallways connecting each home. This is what provides that unparalleled level of privacy along with the barrier from neighbouring noises. Unique front-to-back connection to each home provides each residence with access to two different, incredibly spacious outdoor living spaces where you can find sun or shade all day long. There is nothing else quite like it in the Okanagan Valley.

Then there’s the location. It’s no surprise Kelowna’s South Pandosy Village is the most sought-after neighbourhood in the Okanagan. Surrounded by a plethora of unique restaurants, cafes, shops, beautiful parks and beaches, it provides an ease of living and lifestyle that defines Okanagan living. 

The residences at 450 Parc are designed to be sanctuaries of beauty, balance and harmony, inviting an exclusive cadre of residents to redefine luxury living. Located at 450 Groves Ave. and starting at $1,640,000, there are only a few residences remaining.

In other words, the moment to capture this unparalleled living experience is now.

450 Parc is a manifestation of luxury, elegance and modern sophistication, promising an unrivalled living experience in Kelowna’s most coveted neighbourhood.

For those seeking to transition to a care-free, luxury lifestyle without compromise, 450 Parc presents an unprecedented opportunity to live in a home that is as unique as the individuals it welcomes.

The fully furnished show home is open Saturday and Sunday from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m., and Nas Azizi is the listing agent.

For more information about 450 Parc, visit its website here.

This article is written by or on behalf of the sponsoring client and does not necessarily reflect the views of Okanagan Edge.


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