Cabot bringing world-class golf experience, luxury homes to Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Residences will feature Alpine-inspired architecture and stunning panoramic views

Cabot, a prominent developer of world-class golf course communities, has an expansive new project underway at Revelstoke Mountain Resort southeast of the city of Revelstoke. The project is taking shape at the base of Mount MacKenzie, renowned not only for having North America’s highest lift-accessed vertical drop of 5,620 feet but also for its status as the heli-skiing capital of the world.

Cabot founder and executive chair Ben Cowan-Dewar says that the stunning natural outlooks— a backdrop of towering peaks provided by the surrounding Selkirk and Monashee Mountain ranges and the mighty Columbia River winding through the town — steal the show. “It’s one heck of a great location whether you’re a golfer, a skier or just love a beautiful view,” says Cowan-Dewar.

Golfers can look forward to teeing off at the championship 18-hole walkable course Cabot Pacific, designed by Canadian golf course architect Rod Whitman, who also created Cabot Links in Cape Breton. The course, which will be open to the public to play, is currently under construction and targeted to open in 2025.

Meanwhile, Cabot Residences will comprise 79 single-level, two- to five-bedroom luxury homes ranging from 2,200- to 5,500- square feet within six chalet-style buildings. Every home will have sweeping panoramic views across the Columbia River and mountain vista.

Cabot Revelstoke is currently pre-selling 27 units in buildings one and two, the first phase of the five-phase development. Each chalet will have its own outdoor shared lounge area with a hot tub and fire pit. There will also be underground parking, a bike room, storage lockers and EV charging stations.

Cowan-Dewar says the alpine-inspired homes from the architectural design team at New York and San Francisco-based Hart Howerton will enjoy spectacular vistas and easy access to outdoor activities as they will be “perched high above the 18th green and overlooking the first tee and down into the Columbia River valley.

“You can walk out the front door onto the first tee or out the back door to the gondola,” he explains. “They are perfectly suited from a recreational standpoint.”

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