Freeport PNE Prize Home 2016 Exterior Night

PNE Prize Home Showcases Best in BC Building

West Kelowna modular home builder, Freeport, is the builder of the 2016 PNE Prize Home. The PNE Prize Home has a longstanding history of showcasing the latest innovations in the housing market. Freeport is excited to unveil the best in British Columbia’s modular home building construction and design.

“The PNE Prize Home gives us a chance to highlight the benefits and quality of a modular home built by Freeport, while reaching a wider audience. Our homes are environmentally friendly, energy efficient and high quality. They are designed to save time, save money and provide the most in design flexibility. This home does a fantastic job portraying the endless possibilities of a factory-built home” says Todd Venier, President of Freeport Industries.

The 2-storey 3-bedroom home has an open floor plan that inspires dreaming. The open concept living spaces take full advantage of the incredible views while wide folding doors open to the outside to further extend the living space. Your favourite recipes will come to life in the chef-inspired kitchen complete with state of the art kitchen appliances. The wellness room features a personal sauna and gym while the games room features multiple televisions as well as a wet bar. The wine storage separating the kitchen from the living space is the perfect solution to showcase your favourite wines.  It’s a home meant for spending time with family and friends. Upstairs you will find your sanctuary. The master bedroom and ensuite provide a space where you can relax and unwind. With two other bedrooms and a laundry room, there’s sleeping space for the entire family. The home will be relocated to the Naramata Benchlands where you will enjoy the Okanagan lifestyle and views.

The PNE Prize Home is Open For Viewing during the Fair at the PNE. The Fair at the PNE runs from Saturday, August 20th thru Monday, September 5.

About Modular Home Building

Modular homes offer many advantages over traditional construction. Components of the home can be built in a quality-controlled state-of-the-art facility at the same time as site preparation which saves the customer both time and money. Once the modular home is moved on site, architectural details can be added which allow for the modular home to be indistinguishable from a home built using conventional construction methods. Other benefits include increased building quality, design flexibility, energy efficient and environmentally friendly.