Why Buy a Glenrosa Home?
Quick Overview of Glenrosa Homes
You’ll find the Glenrosa community situated on a rolling hill as if it’s rising up out of Okanagan Lake into West Kelowna. The neighborhood is one of the Okanagan Valley’s most popular residential areas for families. This is because the residents enjoy plenty of parks and some of the best schools in the area. “Family-friendly” is, perhaps, the best phrase to enjoy this dynamic neighbourhood.
Those who desire the area but a less crowded community choose homes on the western side of West Kelowna. This is where the housing developments give way to agricultural space and lot sizes are even larger!
Yet, the location is convenient. Even for those on the more agricultural west side, the convenience of West Kelowna is just a few minutes’ drive away!
Plenty of Parks
Well known for having plenty of city-maintained parks where children and their parents can meet to play, enjoy fresh air, and take leisurely strolls. In addition to the city playgrounds, the homeowner can make the short drive to Glen Canyon Regional Park.
Glen Canyon Regional Park is operated the Regional District of Central Okanagan. This natural area sets upon 74 hectares and allows hikers to take in the scenery of the natural forest, canyons, and open meadows with sweeping views of Okanagan Lake below.
The hiking trail is not continuous, so it offers a rugged challenge for any skill level of hiker. The experience of feeling at one with nature, smelling local wildflowers, and even viewing some native animals in their natural habitats.
The schools are among the top in the Okanagan Valley. These wonderful schools are administered by the Okanagan Central School District No. 23, one of BC’s top school systems. The children attend classes at Glenrosa Elementary School, Glenrosa Middle School, and Mount Boucherie Secondary School. These schools are an integral part of the community. In fact, the schools are the source of community events, sports, and entertainment for all to enjoy.
This school district educates children with the philosophy of fostering in every child an interest in lifelong learning. This allows children to grow into adults who equipped for success in life. The school caters to the high immigrant population and assists children who are new to Canada in transitioning to their new language and culture.
The houses are primarily single-family dwellings in established neighbourhoods. The real estate is situated hillside and many of the streets have cul-de-sacs where the children can safely play out of the traffic.
There’s a large range in price points that are largely determined by size, amenities, and location. Home prices range from the $500,000’s for a family home to luxurious executive properties with stunning lake views at $3,000,000.
These houses were constructed primarily in the 1970s and 80s and many feature desirable open floor plans. The architectural styles include ranch-style, cottages, and traditional two-story houses. You’re sure to find a property you’ll love!