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Feathertop Phase 1 Sells Out in 10 Minutes

Big White's newest ski-in/ski-out real estate development, Feathertop, sold out its first phase of the exclusive mountainfront neighborhood today just minutes after it went on sale at the resort. The first phase of the development, consisted of 17 chalet homesites providing spectacular views, easy access to the ski runs plus everything else Big White Ski Resort has become world famous for. Nestled between Sundance and Millie's Mile, phase 1 sales are valued at just over $5 million, with an estimated $7-8 million in additional construction agreements coming into place.
Feathertop Phase 1 Sells Out in 10 Minutes

Blue Heaven

Sold Out ,  Big White's Feathertop Neighborhood Phase 1  
 

                                                                                 March 3rd, 2007

 

"What a great Saturday morning" said Michael J. Ballingall, Senior Vice-President of Big White Ski Resort Ltd.  "These are the highest freehold lots available on any mountain in Canada, plus they are surrounded by beautiful forests and magnificent views of the Monashee mountains.  What a magnificent neighborhood to start your day off at Big White, I can just imagine standing on the balcony overlooking the Christian Valley enjoying a morning cup of coffee" said Ballingall.


Blue A. Griffiths, Feathertop Chalet Co-Developer accredits the success of this project to a great team effort, exceptional custom built plans and the fantastic season Big White is having this year.  "The performance of this first phase is a clear indication that Big White is again evolving and ready to undertake the next phase of the exclusive Feathertop neighborhood where another 50 lots will be released by the end of March." said Mr. Griffiths. 

 

Ian MacLeod, CEO of Landlaunch Marketing Corporation, whose company manages the Sales & Marketing at Feathertop said that "they are thrilled by today’s’ success  and the sell-out of the first phase of this spectacular development.  All these homesites will provide skiers and snowboarders with the best location of ski-in/ski-out homes that have ever been released at Big White. This development has generated significant interest from international guests looking for a special place at the resort to call their own."   

 

With the predominance of the buyers for the first phase of the development coming from the UK, which MacLeod attributes this to the close working relationships his team has with several UK based real estate companies.  For example "Martin & Kirsty Roberts from PropertyQC, a property specialist based in the UK and fronted by BBC1’s Homes Under the Hammer, have been instrumental in bringing potential buyers to Big White Ski Resort and Feathertop" said MacLeod. 

 

Reservations for the next release of Feathertop commenced moments after the sale of Phase 1.  The lots in the next release include 24 chalet sites and 26 custom homesites.  Each Feathertop custom homesite is on average, a third of an acre which grants the owners the freedom to build their dream home in the heart of Big White's outdoor wonderland.   

 

Big White Ski Resort is located 52 kilometers southeast of Kelowna, BC and is a comfortable hour’s drive from Kelowna's International Airport.  Big White Ski Resort is the second most popular ski resort in super natural British Columbia and its' sister resort Silver Star, is the third most popular.  Both resorts have been awarded numerous Best of Skiing in Canada Awards by Ski Canada magazine and are known for their exceptional family entertainment and experience.
 
For further information, contact   Michael J. Ballingall, Senior Vice-President of Big White Ski Resort Ltd. at mballingall@bigwhite.com or 1-250765-3101

 

For Sales Information on Feathertop, contact Ian MacLeod at 1-888-765-9253 or visit www.feathertopbigwhite.com

    
For more information on Big White Ski Resort,   log onto to www.bigwhite.com  

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