Why Buy A Home in North Kelowna?

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Kelowna North is an older part of Kelowna with new developments on the lakeshore with elegant condo high-rise buildings and townhomes. Home to the Kelowna Library, Cultural District, Prospera Place and many fabulous restaurants and shops.   You can walk, cycle or rollerblade to downtown along the waterfront boardwalk which extends from Kelowna City Park all the way to Waterfront Park.

Kelowna North cafes bike paths

Price Range

Prices range from $600,000 for an older home to over $5,500,000 for a waterfront home Condos are priced from $400,000 to just over $2 million.  This area is likely the most diverse part of the city with many smaller starter homes on 33 foot lots as well as luxurious condominiums on the waterfront catering to both locals and out of town owners who only drop in once in a while.  Many people who live here don’t even need a car and are able to walk anywhere because of the density.  There are many open air concerts throughout the summer months and there’s an outdoor skating rink open throughout the winter.

lakeshore Kelowna

The Kelowna Yacht Club is Canada’s largest fresh water yacht club and it’s the epicenter of the area.  The Kelowna Rockets are located in Prospera Place arena and many top musical acts play here.  The Kelowna Falcons baseball team plays their home games in the North End and this is where our curling rink is located.

Kelowna North is the most interesting part of the city if you just feel like walking around and people watching.  There are dozens of restaurants including Earls, Cactus Club, Sushi, Kelly O’Brians, Raudz, Bouchons and Rose’s Waterfront Pub.

For families searching in Kelowna North might also be interested viewing property in Kelowna South. A less expensive area is Rutland South

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