About the Land


“There is something of the marvelous in all things of nature.”

– Aristotle

Hunters Hill is a celebration of the land, the environment and the small-town atmosphere of Summerland.

Our generational legacy preservation areas consist of:

Multiple Wetlands PRESERVED.

Connected grasslands with deer trails carved over eons of time PRESERVED.

Protected wildlife movement corridors & Open Spaces PRESERVED.

Forest Areas, Rock Bluffs, Talus Slopes, PRESERVED.

Combining each of these Hunters Hill preservation areas make for a scenic, natural neighborhood.


The joint venture development team has worked with some of the best environmental consultants & design planners to create neighborhoods that are completely responsive to the site’s natural contours, view corridors & terrain. Makes for the Okanagan’s finest home building sites!

Make it yours.

The neighborly clusters of carefully selected home sites are the absolute opposite of sprawl housing, which would be an insult to the property and an insult to the character of Summerland itself.

The design team has worked closely with the community, with city staff, and with a team of expert planners in order to ultimately be dedicating half the land for preservation. That’s over 80 acres of meadows, forest, grasslands, bluffs, trees  and scenic ponds.

We believe home owners, for GENERATIONS, will benefit from the design principles we have adhered to at Hunters Hill:

-Identify and preserve the site’s natural features to maintain the character and sense of place

-Careful design of site amenities to ensure the protection of views for property owners

-Design to preserve visually appealing natural features

-Design cohesively with existing topographic conditions and terrain

-Blend in with the small town character and agricultural heritage of Summerland

-Enhance and celebrate nature

-Provide housing opportunities in conjunction with leisure, recreation and economic opportunities

-Encourage balanced enhancement with architectural form and character that is harmonious with the site’s intrinsic natural highlights

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