Lake Country Real Estate
Interested in Lake Country Real Estate? Lake Country is BC’ fastest growing community. Lake Country is located between Kelowna & Vernon. This growing community is popular with families. It is a friendly and fun-filled area to call home. Because Lake Country is growing, if you are looking for a new home or townhome, there are excellent opportunities available.
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Those who call Lake Country home find themselves within easy access to Kelowna International Airport, Kelowna and Vernon, plus all of the area lakes. If you’re looking for a place to live, work and play, you’ll love Lake Country. With beautiful lake views, wonderful neighbourhoods and a strong business community, Lake Country truly has it all. It’s surrounded by crystal blue Okanagan lakes and backcountry roads through rolling green hills which make for incredible views. You can find a variety of real estate in Lake Country including condos, townhomes and single-family homes.
Oyama is a neighbourhood and formal ward located within the district municipality of Lake Country, which is located int he Okanagan region of BC, Canada. This sunny hot spot is situated between Wood Lake to the south and Kalamalka Lake to the north. This community is known for its serenity, sunshine and beautiful clean lakes and warm hospitality. The warm, dry climate of the Okanagan Valley provides great recreational opportunities including fishing, hiking, sailing, swimming, paddling and all other water activities.
Winfield is also a neighbourhood and formal ward located within the District Municipality of Lake Country, and is located adjacent to the northern city boundary of Kelowna. The town is situated next to Wood Lake which attracts summer visitors. The economy is based on light manufacturing, fruit production and tourism, in addition to being a bedroom community of Kelowna.