One of the best-kept secrets of Desolation Sound is Okeover Inlet. On the north side of the inlet this low bank oceanfront is surrounded by recreational paradise. Bordering Lot 9 could be purchased adding to this excellent holding.
|Summary :||This beautiful low bank area is southern exposed with spanning views of Okerover Inlet. The exposure provides amazing sunsets in the later part of the evening. Located right at the waters edge this unique piece has a creek running year round at its side. Fruit trees can be found on the property that benefit from long hours in the sun. Okeover’s waters gift world renowned shellfish; enjoy them on your deck or have them prepared for you across the Inlet at the Laughing Oyster, arguably the best restaurant on the Sunshine Coast. Bordering lot 9 could also be purchase adding to this excellent holding. Surrounding the estate are many forest service roads that link to lakes and hiking trails. An abundance of wildlife can be found in the area along with various wild berries in the summer and edible mushrooms in the fall. This truly is a recreational paradise.|
|Location :||Desolation Sound, Okeover Inlet|
|Access :||Okeover Marina Estates can be reached by taking forest serviced Southview Road off of Highway 101, approximately a 10 km drive from the Highway. Okeover can be also be reached by boat entering at Sarah Point on Malaspina Peninsula, or by road driving 20 minutes north of Powell River on Highway 101 to Malaspina Road.|
|Recreation :||Boating, endless sightseeing, fishing, scuba diving, hiking, kayaking|
|Area Data :||Desolation Sound Provincial Marine Park (8,256 hectares) is British Columbia’s largest marine park. It includes more than 60 km of shoreline, several offshore islands and a gradually rising upland that contains a number of lakes, waterways and waterfalls. Unwin Lake, a 173-hectare body of fresh water, is the parks largest. Set back to the North and East, Coast Mountains soar to more than 2,400 metres. The warm waters surrounding the area teem with sea life. Ideal for swimming, scuba diving and feasting on your catch of the day, salmon, cod, prawns, crab, clams and oysters. Plenty other tasty morsels lie beneath on the oceans floor; to acquire them you must put on your scuba gear and get a little wet.|
|History :||A short distance from Okeover you will find the historic community of Lund, established in 1899. Lund was named after a town in Sweden by the Thulin Brothers who started to build the hotel, which is still in use today. Recently the hotel has changed ownership and has seen a major renovation. For most of the early years Lund served as a port for fisherman. Today Lund thrives on its attraction from tourists seeking the neighboring Gulf Islands and marine parks.|
|Legal :||Lot 8 District Lot 4518, Group 1, New Westminster District, Except Lot A, Explanatory Plan 4042|
|Taxes :||Contact Listing Broker|
|Boundaries :||See maps|
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