About the Craig Residence …
One of the most noted residential designs of renowned Canadian master architect Arthur Erickson offered to the market for the very first time. The home commands a panoramic lake view and is privately set on a 1.1 acre site with 200 feet of waterfront in Kelowna’s Okanagan Mission. Composed of two pavilions connected by a sky lit atrium, the main residence is approximately 2,350 square feet. The pavilions are set low on a platform cut into the bank with the resulting formation of winter courtyards to the South and summer terraces to the North.
Another terrace or bridge connects the kitchen and living room to the opposite bank of a small ravine. The master suite is also a feature of the main level design. A complete self-contained guest suite is also located on the lower level and also affords access to the grounds and a gorgeous view of the lake and mountains. A beach level terrace provides access to the self-contained guesthouse, constructed in the same site integrated architectural theme as the main residence, and also the pile driven wharf and boat lift. Wherever possible, the natural surroundings have been left untampered, but where appropriate, embellished with decorative flower beds and gardens.
Pertinent details …
The two residences offer approximately 3,000 square feet of living area.
Property Dimensions: 200’ x 257’ (1.1 acres)
Successfully marketed and sold.