We've just put the finishing touches on this beautiful new construction in St. Ives, on the Shuswap's North Shore. With finishing wrapping up, we're ready to hand over the keys to the home to the new owners, who are to be congratulated for their excellent taste.
The charming, craftsman-style beach front home features exceptional exterior finishing, allowing it blend beautifully into the neighbourhood and the Shuswap's natural surroundings. The interior has also been completed with timeless finishes, including natural wood trims throughout.
The home features three bedrooms plus a den, with 1761 square feet on the main floor and an additional 1032 upstairs. Our sincere thanks to the new owners for allowing us to construct their stunning new lakefront home!
In February, 275 people crowded into the Thompson Rivers University Ball Room in Kamloops to learn about this year's winners of the prestigious Keystone awards.
Copper Island Fine Homes didn't disappoint, capturing the prestigious Gold Award for Customer Service, along with the Gold for Best Renovation over $300,000. Additionally, we won Silver Awards for Best Home and Best Home Design in the $500,000 - $750,000 categories.
“Customer service is really about taking care of the little things," says Greg Vistisen, owner and President of Copper Island Fine Homes. "It's about sweating the small stuff. Here at Copper Island, we all strive to provide good service because we know it's important to our clients, as well as the future well-being of our business. So it’s incredible to be recognized by our peers and our customers with these honours. We're so proud of our amazing team, and we also couldn’t have achieved this without the dedication of our local sub-trades and suppliers who wholeheartedly support our efforts. With their support, our company has grown exponentially and allowed us to really stretch and become the best home builder in the Shuswap and Salmon Arm area.”
The Keystone Awards of Excellence are present each year by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association BC Central Interior division.