PICTURE YOUR NEW HOME
In Picturesque Okanagan Valley
It’s time to find your perfect new home in South Okanagan, and with so many gorgeous areas from which to choose, Mike Wood and his team are the real estate professionals you need.
You have questions, and Mike Wood has answers. He knows the Penticton regional real estate market. He knows the neighborhoods. He has the best listings and is ready to get you into your new home in stunning Okanagan Valley.
With a population of 1,200 residents, lies just 5 minutes south of Penticton. It’s a quaint community famous for its dazzling views of Sakha Lake. Residents and visitors alike take advantage of this small resort town and its many beautiful beaches. With its own school, historic Kaleden offers modern conveniences and is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the beauty of B.C. (British Columbia).
Leaves city stresses behind. Your journey to Naramata winds through orchards and vineyards, past wineries and quaint B&Bs. Quiet streets lined with lakefront homes and cottages encircle the village (population 2,000), where a general store, charming restaurants and a variety of shops offer modern amenities. Residents of Naramata welcome neighbors and newcomers alike with a wave or warm hello.
With its beaches and bluffs, lies on the south end of Skaha Lake. Here you can relax on the sandy beach or play in a waterfront park. Physical enthusiasts hike or bike the winding trails or take a turn at world class rock climbing. With a population of 2,500, Okanagan Falls is small but mighty. An elementary school and plenty of retail stores and professional services offer everything residents need.
Known as the Wine Capital of Canada, is a growing community perfect as a vacation spot or for your new home. A small town of around 5,000, Oliver is walkable, with several great restaurants and cafes, as well as a couple of large grocery stores. You can take in a movie, golf at one of the two world-class courses or spend time at any of the many parks. Oliver boasts of unique wines, plenty of local produce and its very own Oliver Municipal Airport.
Sits adjacent to the Osoyoos Indian Reserve at the northern tip of the Sonoran Desert. It’s a beautiful lakeside town of just over 5,000 in the southern-most part of Okanagan Valley. A friendly resort town with a big city feel, Osoyoos offers plenty of opportunities for fine dining and boutique shopping, as well as the Annual Osoyoos Oyster Festival or a day excursion fishing for sockeye salmon.
“A place to stay forever,” will have you wanting to do just that. Voted one of the Top 10 Travel Destinations in 2012, Penticton is surrounded by rolling terrain and boasts over 60 nearby wineries, more than 5 kilometers of beautiful sandy beaches and abundant local farmers’ markets. Fishing lakes, golf courses and wilderness trails entertain outdoor enthusiasts, while a strong school system and the Penticton Regional Hospital serve its 37,000 citizens. Penticton is a quaint, yet vibrant town with all the amenities. A steady real estate market makes this small city a great place to buy or sell.
With a population of just over 11,000, sits on the west side of Okanagan Lake and offers a beautiful backdrop of orchards and vineyards. You can spend your days hiking and biking wilderness trails or head into town to shop at one of the unique boutiques. You might decide to play a few rounds of golf or relax on the beach. A charming downtown area offers everything you need, and when you get hungry you can stop at one of the many “farm-to-table” restaurants.