Modular home park near Olalla sets up first dwelling

Copper Ridge Modular Home Park welcomed the first unit to the new retirement community last week.

Copper Ridge Modular Home Park welcomed the first unit to the new retirement community last week.

Copper Ridge Modular Home Park welcomed the first unit to the new retirement community last week.

The show home, constructed by Moduline in Penticton, was placed on site last Monday and Tuesday, a 1,414 square foot two bedroom home with den.

The new home is air conditioned and comes with a carport and covered patio. Amenities includs 100 per cent drywall throughout, deluxe kitchen with dishwasher and ice maker, cement board siding and a walk in closet in the main bedroom. The ensuite bathroom contains a corner soaker tub and shower. The initial unit is expected to sell for $179,000.

Copper Ridge is located just south of Olalla, approximately eight kilometres north of Penticton. There is a total of 20 sites in the community, most with views looking north towards Yellow Lake.

 

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