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Magnificent Lakeshore Residence in Okanagan

By Brian Pho


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How nice it is to live in a place that’s both luxurious and surrounded by breathtaking panoramas. Here’s Okanagan’s finest lakeshore residence if you aren’t able to imagine such situation, accompanied by an array of images that deeply speak for themselves.

Located at 16414 Carrs Landing in Lake Country, British Columbia, in Canada, this estate is probably the best one and the most unique throughout the Okanagan. It boasts a boat house bar, extensive boardwalk, docking place and a low proximity to the lake – these three alone are enough to turn it out of the ordinary. And there are laws that say it cannot be duplicated, on the shore of the same lake. In addition, the current owner had admitted he really wanted to have bought it, even thought he was already the owner how a few more homes, this is how unique and cool this residence actually is.

The architectural side of the project was taken over by acclaimed designer Paul Nesbitt, who has reportedly used a lot of the natural setting during the design process. He had made use of custom materials and innovative design techniques, ensuring  durability as well as a one off style. Mr. Nesbitt has been thinking of every possible detail when penning the home down, from the interior artworks to the shapes outside. It is even said to recreate the feeling of being “upon” the lake, not near it. This is all due to the nautical theme it was built on, a design that not only makes it unique, but rather special.

This massive estate is able to handle as many as 150 guests and yet feels extremely welcoming and cozy. It is even fit for intimate gatherings and alike. In case you’re interested in purchasing this magnificent lakeshore residence, contact the Bergg Homes Team for a private tour of the estate. Furthermore, covering 0.62 acres in total, with 7,573 square feet of living space, this 6-bedroom 6-bathroom and 1 half bathroom residence was completed back in 2001 and bears a price tag of $8,999,000.


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About Brian Pho

Brian is a freelance writer and journalist with a passion for technology, gadgets and home innovations, a love for travel and a keen interest in anything that moves, whether it's cars, planes or yachts. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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