There are several mountain home developments in British Columbia that specify mountain architecture. More than I could possibly mention. I’ll name a few that I know of in Southern and Southeastern BC. This is in response to a comment on Mountain Vacation in Southern British Columbia and Alberta. Those developments in Southwestern BC, including Whistler, will need to be in a future post.
British Columbia Mountain Home Developments
Mountain Home Developments in Southern BC:
Lakestone Resort on Lake Okanagan between Kelowna and Vernon. Luxury lakeside community with some waterfront lots, a Hurdzan Fry signature golf course, village and marina.
Sagebrush Golf and Sporting Club, invite only exclusive resort west of Kelowna on Nicola Lake.
Tobiano on Kamloops Lake. Waterfront community with Thomas McBroom signature golf course, clubhouse and marina.
Red Mountain ski-in and ski-out lots, near Rossland.
Some developments with mountain architecture in Southeastern BC:
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, a mountain ski and outdoor village in Golden.
Lookout Ridge at Sun Peaks Resort, a skiing, public golf and mountain biking resort.
Whiskey Jack Resort in Sparwood. Fred Couples signature golf course.
Forest Crowne Resort. Resort community in Kimberley.
Wildstone in Cranbrook includes Gary Player and Black Knight designed golf courses.
John Hendricks, AIA Architect
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