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Glenmore

Glenmore is a favourite for many, with paramount location to the city centre, Okanagan Lake, UBCO and Kelowna International Airport - all minutes away. Largely built in the 70’s, expansion came in the 90’s to North Glenmore, Magic Estates and Dilworth Mountain. Current design and construction is exemplified in the Wilden and McKinley areas. This family friendly neighborhood offers excellent schools, shops and restaurants while being surrounded by some of the best outdoor activities the Okanagan has to offer. Hike Knox Mountain or golf Kelowna Golf & Country Club under the landmark Dilworth Cliff. Simply put, Glenmore is a pleasure!

113 listings
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Downtown

Welcome to the hub of what’s happening. Located on a massive flatland along the Lake, the Kelowna North and South areas are divided by Highway 97. With one of the widest variety of homes, it hosts our pre-war homes as well as our high-rises. Density here changes annually and residents enjoy the ability to stroll for a coffee, listen to live music or visit the shops, breweries and eateries. Views of the water are exclusive but visits are simple with the many beach access points and beautiful parks to accommodate your summer activities. Residents and visitors alike love the character, culture and appealing urban vibe!

223 listings
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Mission

Set apart from the Downtown by large bands of agricultural land, the Lower and Upper Mission have expanded up the hillside and joined the rolling hills of South East Kelowna. Crawford, with its popular hiking and biking trails, affords a quiet community with larger lots. Additionally Kettle Valley has become an up and coming area with unique character and family-friendly charm. Public amenities include the H2O and Capital News Centre, Mission Playing Fields as well as the Greenway that winds along the Mission Creek to the Rutland area. The Mission continues to be one of Kelowna’s most favoured areas!

124 listings
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Rutland

As the city grows northernly, Rutland North/South and Springfield/Spall areas have become a very central location in Kelowna. Divided by Highway 33 that leads to Big White, this area represents our largest body of homes with the most diverse price range. Largely built in the 60’s through to the 80’s, newer areas have sprung up on the perimeter from the Black Mountain area towards Sunset Ranch all boasting fantastic views. Spend time at the YMCA, Ben Lee Park, Black Mountain Golf Course or stroll along the beautiful Greenway as it meanders with Mission Creek to find the Lake. This area has something for everyone!

158 listings
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West Kelowna

Enjoy the expanse of the lake from every vantage and know you’re minutes from the city. Wrapped gracefully around Mount Boucherie, it has Lakeview Heights to one side and West Kelowna Estates opposite with Westside Road leading to Vernon along the water. The character and beauty is evident with the subdivisions mixed amongst agricultural and Indigenous lands. Hike and mountain bike in Rose Valley or enjoy the many award winning wineries with their fabulous views of Okanagan Lake. You’ll see, this area is idyllic!

90 listings
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Westside

One of the largest growing areas of the Central Okanagan, viability has taken hold in this area with the growth of a strong commercial sector that benefits everyone. Westbank, Smith Creek, Shannon Lake, Glenrosa and Peachland all offer abundant character, diverse home prices and extensive amenities. Take a stroll along Gellatly Bay with West Kelowna Yacht Club and access to several beautiful beaches and parks. Alternatively Peachland offers majestic natural views and quaint charm. These thriving communities promise to offer all the familiar comforts of home.

4 listings
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Lake Country

Rolling hills provide gentle views of multiple lakes. Whether you’re in Oyama, Carrs Landing or other areas of Lake Country, it’s hard not to capture a glimpse of Okanagan, Kalamalka, Wood or Duck Lakes. A smaller but warm community that is ripe for growth as Kelowna forges toward it. Drive amongst the cherry blossoms on your way home or visit the Rail Trail that winds along the lakes. Abundant in character and only a 20 minute drive south to the heart of Kelowna. This stop often becomes a stay!

116 listings
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Big White

After your first visit this mountain resort will become a favourite winter destination. Located between the Monashee Mountains and the Okanagan Valley, Big White attracts skiers from all corners of the world. Escape to the finest accommodation and restaurants as you indulge in more than 2,500 vertical feet of the lightest snow this continent offers. With 24+ feet of average snowfall, there’s plenty to cover your every outdoor desire. Enjoy downhill, nordic, dog sleds, snowshoeing, sled tours, tubing and ice skating— a winter enthusiast’s dream!

33 listings