The Commonage is Predator Ridge’s newest neighbourhood, adding over 27 acres of dedicated park space to a community already richer in amenities than any other in the Okanagan Valley. Modern ranch style architecture blends in beautifully with the landscape, offering homeowners exceptional golf course & valley views. Active amenities including a lavender meadow, tennis & pickle ball courts, outdoor yoga platform, dog park and more.
With 30 homes currently under construction in our initial release and an additional 43 home opportunites in our phase 2 release, living in the Okanagan’s most vibrant community has never been more attainable. Come tour our showhomes and explore our selection of new single-family and duplex homes.
COMMONS PARK - opening this June
PREDATOR RIDGE'S NEW HILLSIDE JEWEL | 3.5 ACRE PARK
Intended as the social heart of the neighbourhood, The Commons is planned as the signature park of The Commonage. Nestled into a terraced hillside, the park is designed to be a place of gathering and offering sweeping views across the emerald fairways and montane forests. The park will include a mix of relaxing spaces, as well as a variety of new active facilities including tennis & pickle ball courts, a playground and open park space.
Now Selling: Phase 2
Due to overwhelming demand, we recently released Phase 2 of The Commonage at Predator Ridge.
This new release features premium and estate lots, as well as 10 multi-level and 8 single-level duplex homes. It's all about the views in this new phase with panoramic golf course, lake and valley views.
Limited Availability: Phase 1
Our initial release of The Commonage neighbourhood consists of 30 NEW homes, offering a mix of single-family and duplex homes available for sale.
We currently have 18 single family homes and 12 attached homes (Maverick homes) open or under construction; all with estimated completion scheduled for this year.
Come explore what life in The Commonage is all about. From duplex living to our single-family homes, our showhomes showcase our modern ranch architecture and design.
Our showhomes are open for touring daily between 9am - 5pm. Come stop by the Real Estate Sales Centre and grab a set of keys to tour each of the home at your own pace.
Or tour each of our showhomes from the comforts of your home with our 3D tours.
Modern Ranch Architecture
The classic, open design of our new modern ranch inspired homes invite interaction with neighbours and family; front porches to sit on and open outdoor entertainment spaces that flow seamlessly from the living areas.
New homes in the Commonage feature simple geometrics and clean lines set against the spectacular natural landscape of Predator Ridge.
Amenities & Lifestyle
Predator Ridge is richer in amenities than any other community in the Okanagan. The Commonage adds to our already diverse amenities including:
• Our 3rd outdoor yoga platform
• Intricate trail system
• Lavender meadow
• Tennis and pickle ball courts
• Dog park
• Natural wildlife habitat areas
Throughout the Commonage, landscaping focuses on eco-friendly initiatives that are grounded in respect for the region's native montane ecosystem including:
• using drought resistant plants that thrive in the Okanagan's specific climate.
• extensive planting of native grasses, shrubs and trees to enforce the landscape vision of habitat enhancement
• initiating dark sky principles to minimize night sky pollution and increase energy efficiency and lowered carbon emissions
The Commonage neighbourhood is located on the hills directly across the main road leading into Predator Ridge. Here you can feel the gentle winds on your face, inhale the lavender scented air, relax in the quiet surroundings and drink in the sweeping views across the unspoiled landscape.
The quiet serenity inspires everyone who walks the area. And it is the reason why it was chosen as the setting for the Commonage, a new community unlike anything at Predator Ridge.
History of the Commonage
The Commonage was the original name of the 24,000 acres of land we know today as Predator Ridge.
Since the 1800s it has been shared between First Nations and ranchers as a winter grazing area for cattle, and it was an instrumental part of the settlement in the North Okanagan.
This concept of sharing has inspired the creation of our new neighbourhood designed around Common Ground. Shared Values.
* Digital renderings are artistic representations only.