Lakestone opens new show homes

A major residential development in Lake Country has reached a milestone.

A major residential development in Lake Country has reached a milestone.

Macdonald Development Corporation celebrated a VIP unveiling of the Bellamy Homes and Noba Vision showhomes at Lakestone Thursday.

“We are thrilled for the unveiling of the first showhomes at Lakestone,” said Jason Koverchuk, director of sales and marketing.

“The success of the Waterside neighbourhood signifies the momentum Lakestone has seen over the last 19 months and we are confident we will continue to see success.”

The development is on the shores of Okanagan Lake and is located on Lakestone Drive, just off of Okanagan Centre Road West.

The VIP ceremony included industry representatives and elected officials and staff from the District of Lake Country.

The ceremony comes at a time when new home construction throughout the Okanagan remains strong.

“Lakestone has consistently outpaced competitors in the area, and over the past three weeks, the development has experienced incredible success, signing seven contracts, and only 16 home sites remain in the premier Waterside neighbourhood,” said Koverchuk.

Koverchuk says he’s pleased with the design of the residences and the level of construction demonstrated by the trades.

“Noba Vision and Bellamy Homes paid special attention to the custom quality of each of the showhomes, following an appetite for fine finishes and spacious design from previous buyers at Lakestone,” he said.

On Saturday, the general public was invited to the grand opening of the showhomes.


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