New Highland Crossing townhomes in Invermere complete for show

Highland Crossing is a multi-family development in Invermere located by picturesque Lake Windermere

Interior view of a Highland Crossing townhouse.

The view is spectacular at Highland Crossing! — Photo courtesy Highland Crossing

Highland Crossing, a multi-family development in Invermere located by picturesque Lake Windermere is now complete, with more than half the units sold to date.

“Owners are already enjoying their new homes, the spectacular views of Lake Windermere and being in the heart of Western Canada’s breathtaking mountains,” said Larry Kerr, Principal, Urban West Projects Inc. “These townhomes are ideal for those looking for a weekend retreat, a summer home, a second home that supports outdoor living or year-round living in a small town in the mountains by the lake.”

The units are priced from the mid-$500,000s to low $600,000s and all have three-bedroom configurations, with condo fees of about $300 per month.

Keith and Rebecca Anderson, two of the owners of a new Highland Crossing property, are thrilled with their new home near Lake Windermere:

“The location is superb – it’s close to town, close to the beach, but it’s still peaceful and quiet. The townhome is very spacious, well laid-out, and livable. We have a large family and circle of friends who we love to entertain, and they’re always struck by how beautiful the view of the lake is from our balcony.”

Highland Crossing townhomes enjoy high-end features such as gourmet kitchens with quartz counter tops and stainless steel appliances, high ceilings, large outside decks for outdoor living and entertaining, wood plank flooring, gas fireplaces, radiant heating in ensuites and air conditioning. The properties are designed to be lock-and-leave requiring minimal maintenance and peace of mind for those using the property as a second home.

Larry and Adele Thomson, who enjoy spending their weekends at Highland Crossing, love the outdoor living provided by their townhome:

“We completely fell in love with this undiscovered treasure. Our kids enjoy the excellent skiing and hiking, and we love the amazing outdoor space with unparalleled views. Being so close to local businesses means you can walk everywhere, and it’s only a three hour drive from Calgary, making it easy to visit for weekends.”

Many buyers have also been attracted to the multi-generational design of Highland Crossing and the aging-in-place features included with each unit, such as bathrooms built to support accessibility features, and elevator options.

The development seeks to maximize its location overlooking the shores of Lake Windermere through picture windows and deck railings, which offer spectacular views of both the lake and the mountains.

As an added incentive for new buyers, a $15,000 furniture credit is offered, with Invermere-based The Natural Home, a furniture store which specializes in natural woods, leathers, and artisan furnishings. For those purchasing a Highland Crossing property, this is a great feature to help outfit their new home and support local Invermere business. The Natural Home will also include a complimentary interior design consultation.

Highland Crossing is located in the town of Invermere in BC’s Columbia Valley, offering many amenities and services to residents and tourists. The region boasts championship golf courses, world-class skiing, tennis, skating, watersports, fishing, hiking, and mountain biking.

About Highland Crossing

Located in Invermere, B.C., Highland Crossing ( is a residential multi-generational townhome development enhanced by the local Invermere neighbourhood and community through extraordinary living opportunities. Developed by Urban West Projects Inc., the 20,000 sq. ft. site features seven townhomes. Situated on a picturesque hilltop overlooking Lake Windermere, residents enjoy panoramic views and three levels of integrated indoor/outdoor living.

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