Have a brief look at these incredible views.  The Okanagan stretches away for miles from the top of Kirschner Mountain where dream home lots are affordably priced for everybody.

Craftsman style neighborhoods with serene beauty surrounding.  Build the home you're after for less than you would expect.

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by Maxine DeHart - Kelowna Capital News
posted Jul 30, 2014 at 3:00 PM

The luxury 2014 PNE Prize Home will be located again this year on a beautiful lot in Kelowna’s Kirschner Mountain residential development .

The home is professionally designed and built by Britco, with furniture and accessories from Lane Home Furnishings, a division of Yaletown Interiors; Jenn-Air and Maytag appliances supplied by Coast Wholesale; outdoor living package by Coast Spas Lifestyles; energy efficient home design in partnership with Power Smart and a $2,500 grocery package from MarketPlace IGA. Drop in to the Kirschner sales centre, 1261 Loseth Rd., and see where the 2014 PNE home will be built. Take a moment to also put your name in for a weekly free draw for a five pack (value $25) of tickets for the PNE Prize Home Lottery. If you announce that you heard Kirschner Mountain’s ad on the radio, saw it on TV, read it in this column, viewed it on the website or saw it on Facebook, you will qualify for an extra entry. Call 250-858-3510; website

To get to Kirschner Mountain, drive up Highway 33 past Garner Pond and turn right at Loseth Road. The Kirschner development takes in  370 acres, and involves family members Allen and Angie, Don and Amy and Gord and Heidi. Close enough to be part of the action and far enough to enjoy peace and quiet, Kirschner Mountain overlooks Kelowna and is within easy reach of Orchard Park Shopping Centre, 20 minutes to downtown and the lake, 12 minutes to the airport and university, 45 minutes to Big White and about five minutes from schools, medical clinics and grocery stores. The valley and lake views are spectacular. Kirschner offers the freedom to choose your own builder for your craftsman style home with its unique distinguishing features.

by John Thomson - Story: 29457
May 8, 2007 / 6:00 am

It was time to do a trip up Kirschner Mountain to have a look at the development and the progress that has been made since the project got under way in 2000. I met Allan Kirschner one of the three brothers that own the development just off Highway 33 and we went to work driving up the mountain through the development that has been started right to the top. It is first of all an amazing view no matter where you seem to be on the site. 

Much thought has gone into the design of the roadway system and the lighting on the site and some very fancy stonework. 

When we go to the top that is the first time I have ever seen Layercake Mountain so close. As a matter of a fact Allan said we can swing around and go right up almost on top of it for a better view if you like. No, this was perfect and down below was Gallagher’s Canyon Golf Resort and the old swing bridge. He told me that miner’s cabins used to be all over the woods down below. The brothers used to play down there. 

It really doesn’t matter where the truck stopped on the mountain, the view was spectacular. 

Allan and his brothers Don and Gordon own the project. Their father started it all when he bought 640 acres for a ranch back in 1958. They began their work to get the mountain into production back in 2000 and it took three years before they had all the papers and legal work done and they began to sell lots. 

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