In June 2017, we launched our largest scale real estate project to date: The Commonage, offering a mix of single-family homes, duplexes and lots for sale. The Commonage was the original name of the 24,000 acres of land we know today as Predator Ridge.



This neighbourhood is located on the hills directly across the main road leading into Predator Ridge. The quiet serenity inspires everyone who walks the area. And it is the reason why it was chosen as the setting for the Commonage.

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The Commonage features 27 acres of dedicated park space with amenities including the Commons Racquet Club facility, a lavender meadow, yoga platform, connected trail system, dog park and more.


Construction of The Commonage Neighbourhood began in 2016 and was divided into three phases. The first phase included 9 move-in ready homes, 11 lots and 12 Maverick homes. All homes feature a modern ranch style exterior, with various floor plans, and sizes.




The Maverick homes offer a duplex floor plan, and the move-in ready homes offer a variety of single-family home plans of varying sizes. Many of the lots and homes in Phase one of our Commonage Neighbourhood offer unobstructed views looking back towards the resort over Commonage Road.



Like phase one, phase two and three offered a variety of single-family homes, duplexes, and lots of varying sizes. In phase two a new duplex floor plan was introduced, the Commonage Ranchers, which offered convenient one-level living with stunning vaulted ceilings. In phase three, a new generation of the Maverick and Rancher duplexes were introduced with an updated look and feel. Many of the homes in phase three back onto a wooded treeline offering private backyards.

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Many new showhomes were launched in the Commonage Neighbourhood featuring various designs and floorplans. The new floroplans included:

The Ranahan
The Duke
The Palomino
The Rambler
The Maverick
The Highland
The Alamar
The Rustler
The Tapaderos
The Chilcotin
The Hunterhorn
The Novarra
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Lavender fields are a potent symbol of a sought-after ideal: a lifestyle defined by comfort, simplicity, and warm scented breezes, along with the delectable cuisines and wines of the Provence and Tuscany regions.


When Predator Ridge began development of the Commonage neighbourhood, the idea of a lavender field slowly became part of the project’s defining theme.

“Because of its elevation and hillside location, this part of the resort will be about trails, parks and the most stunning views,” says Brad Pelletier. “Lavender thrives in the Okanagan, and we know that people travel the world to see the fields because of their striking colour, beauty and fragrance.”

Our 3.5-acre lavender field developed in partnership with UBC Okanagan, features 1,800 lavender plants and is a defining feature of The Commonage neighbourhood. Predator Ridge partnered with Dr. Soheil Mahmoud and UBC Okanagan, to pick the five varieties planted at Commonage and to source the thousands of plants.


The Lavender Yoga platform is our flagship and our only covered platform featuring lavender-coloured poles supporting white-sail umbrellas. The platform features lavender-coloured lounge chairs and offers one of the very best vistas to catch a sunset at Predator Ridge.  It is located in the middle of our lavender meadown and is a 1.95km walk from the Lodge.

Right from early development planning, the goal was for Predator Ridge to become a premier resort community geared towards a healthy lifestyle and being in nature. These core values of health and nature run through the veins of everything Predator Ridge has grown into today, and are the driving force behind expanding our amenity offerings outside of just golf.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​  We believe that yoga is a fundamental part of a balanced & healthy lifestyle. That’s why we offer yoga throughout our community & events calendar.  We now are home to 3 outdoor yoga platforms throughout our community.


Among other amenities planned for the Commonage Neighbourhood was Commons Park, which included a playground, and 4 outdoor tennis and pickleball courts. What started as outdoor, open play courts soon transitioned into a year-round tennis & pickleball club with programmed league play, yearly tournaments, professional lessons, a junior academy and over 350 members.


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