The Cabot Collection has launched real estate pre-sales at its first mountain property: Cabot Revelstoke in British Columbia.
Set amid Canada’s Monasheee and Selkirk Mountain ranges, Cabot’s second Canadian property will include six chalets offering 79 residences that range from two to five bedrooms. Called the Residences at Cabot Revelstoke, the properties are surrounded by river and mountain vistas and are inspired by European ski chalets of the Dolomites, Austria and Switzerland. Pricing begins at $2.5 million.
The golf centerpiece at Cabot Revelstoke is an 18-hole course (Cabot Pacific) being designed by Whitman, Axland & Cutten that’s scheduled to open in 2025, joining Cabot’s golf offerings in Cape Breton, the Highlands of Scotland, St. Lucia in the Caribbean, and Citrus Farms in Florida. Overlooking the Columbia River, the course will have public access similar to Cabot’s original Cape Breton property.
Revelstoke is a year-round alpine destination, however, set in an alpine haven known as the “heli-skiing capital of the world.” At the base of Revelstoke Mountain, Cabot’s newest property is located at Revelstoke Mountain Resort, which has North America’s greatest vertical drop at 5,620 feet.
“I was in awe of the remarkable landscape from the moment I first walked the site and knew it was perfect for Cabot’s second Canadian property and our mountain golf and ski debut,” said Cabot co-founder and CEO Ben Cowan-Dewar. “We are thrilled to add to this already spectacular destination.”
All chalets will feature shared outdoor areas complete with a hot tub and barrel sauna. A homeowner experience manager will be available to homeowners 24 hours a day to prepare the residences, coordinate tee times for golf, or arrange offsite adventures. Among the notable holes forthcoming at Cabot Pacific, a long par 3 over a gorge that demands a carry of just over 250 yards from the back tees.