This private 3-acre parcel borders the conservation area, with access to approximately 3000 acres of hiking trails and natural wildlife habitat.
Special attention has been given to preserving wildlife trees and ponds, and providing additional attractions, like bluebird houses. This unprecedented dedication of approximately 3000 acres as a conservation area and wildlife corridor means that the unique natural beauty will remain for generations of Regal Ridge residents to experience and enjoy.
The lot is accessed by a level paved driveway to the level building site and has drilled well, very close by. It is serviced by underground wiring, a building scheme is in place, and the lot is approved for a septic system.
Regal Ridge has been meticulously planned to preserve the integrity of the natural environment, yet provide building sites that take full advantage of the spectacular panoramic views.
Osoyoos is located in one of the most unique geographical regions in Canada.
It lies in the shadow of the Cascade Mountains creating a hot, sunny, dry climate. The region receives over 2000 hours of sunshine a year and has Canada's lowest annual precipitation, warmest annual temperature, and warmest fresh water lake, with average summer temperatures of 24 degrees Celsius.
This arid zone is the northern tip of the Sonoran Desert, which extends from Mexico right up to the Okanagan Valley. It is biologically classified as Canada's only desert because of the unique flora and fauna that call the area home.
The Osoyoos area has all the characteristics of a true desert; rocks, sand, cactus, sagebrush, soft rolling hills, along with early springs, long hot, dry summers, and beautiful sunny autumns.
Its warm waters and clean public beaches are a major draw during the summer months. Irrigation has added lushness to Osoyoos, nurturing orchards, outstanding vineyards, and world-class golf courses.