English Revival Architecture Returns to Kelowna at Brighton
The newest Mission Group community, Brighton, coming to Kelowna's Lower Mission neighbourhood will feature an exciting mix of historical design elements on the exterior, with modern, contemporary interior designs and layouts.
A Unique Community with Architectural Character
The architectural theme of Brighton is "English Revival" - a style that is unique to new construction in Kelowna. The majority of the new townhome communities we currently see in the city are a contemporary or Craftsman architectural design.
The English Revival style is characterized by steeply pitched gable and hip roofs; side gables; tall, narrow windows often combined in groups of two or three; asymmetrical facade design; and decorative details like brackets, corbels and flower pot shelves.
"English Revival was a popular style for homes built in the 1920-1930s in Kelowna," says Luke Turri, Development Manager at Mission Group Homes. "If you walk through mature neighbourhoods today, such as that on Abbott Street, you will experience the character in these English Revival-inspired homes and get a sense of what will make Brighton a unique community to the city."
The exterior design of Brighton will reflect historical influences and maintain the character of the English Revival style, but will feature contemporary, modern interiors that focus on maximizing light and living space with open concept floorplans.
Brighton will offer new home options for homebuyers at every stage of life, with prices starting in the $280,000s. For more information, contact our Licensed Brighton Specialist, Heather Blaeser at 250-808-2850.