Spring parade of homes at The Lakes

Fourth annual event takes place Saturday, hosted by The Lakes Adult Community development in Lake Country.

  • May. 27, 2015 12:00 p.m.

The public is invited to participate in the fourth annual Spring Parade of Homes at The Lakes development in Lake Country on Saturday, May 30, from  11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The event showcases the variety of living options available from The Lakes Adult Community development’s  various builders and developers who have come on board to proudly show their beautifully designed showhomes.

The day starts with a BBQ lunch at Cadence at The Lakes Adult Community followed by a tour of two  showhomes while you discover what active adult living means on a bare-land strata.

These single-family, fully detached rancher-style homes are built around the community outdoor pool and recreation area set to open this summer.

Close by will be a stunning showhome by Destination Homes. Their reputation for exemplary craftsmanship was recognized when this home won three Tommie Awards, including the 2011 Best New Show Home in the Okanagan. Enjoy some refreshments as you tour this fully decorated and furnished showhome.

That can be followed by a the tour of another showhome by Built-Rite Homes, complete with a beautiful oil painting display by local artist Bonny Madsen along with  Cupcakes from Cupcasions.

Finally, Malkin Construction has built a show home that will open your eyes to the possibilities of custom home building. The inspiring interior and exterior finishing will provide a beautiful backdrop while you enjoy refreshments and learn more about Lake Country living.

Every show home you tour offers a separate prize draw, plus gives you an entry into the grand prize draw for a three-night “Indulge in Wine” getaway at The Cove Lakeside Resort!

The Spring Parade of Homes is intended to demonstrate the quality, diversity and affordability at The Lakes. Most show homes at The Lakes are open daily for viewing.

For directions to The Lakes and a show home map, visit ParadeOfHomes.ca

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