Affordable 700 ft2 cabin, fantastic location in Cardero Channel at Green Point near Blind Channel, Shoal Bay and Phillips Arm. A great opportunity with upside potential by finishing the cabin.
This is an affordable oceanfront cabin at a fantastic location in Cardero Channel. The cabin is roughly 700 ft2 with 1 bedroom plus open loft and 1 bathroom. The cabin, constructed in 2003, is built to lock-up stage and a finished exterior. Basically the cabin is well sealed and the interior needs to be finished. The owner has a bunch of material to start the finishing of the interior. The exterior is Hardy Plank siding with a metal roof and vinyl windows. The construction is on concrete pillars as a foundation. A private water system is on site which services the 10 lot subdivision. An outhouse is currently in use. There is no septic system in place. There is a common dock for the development which is a fantastic secure deep water moorage. The ten lot owners share the cost on the maintenance for the water system and the dock. Moorage space at the dock is first come, first served. There is no dedicated space, but there is ample space for everyone.
|Location :||Green Point on the mainland in Cordero Channel between Phillips Arm and Loughborough Inlet.|
|Access :||Contact listing agent|
|Improvements :||Cabin to lock-up|
|Services :||Water system to property, but not connected to the cabin.|
|Recreation :||The Green Point, Cordero Passage area offers excellent salmon fishing, kayaking and sightseeing. There is also good trout fishing in nearby Phillips River and Lake. The area is a mecca for wildlife.|
|Area Data :||
|History :||During the gold rush in the late 1800s, Shoal Bay, with as many as 5,000 people, was the most populated village on the BC coast. By 1898 small entrepreneurs had staked 200 mineral claims, but several of the larger mines were owned by British Columbia Golds, an English company, including the Dorth Morten and Alexandra mines on Phillips Arm. Before the gold rush, the district of Thurlow was a center for commercial logging. People had lived there since the early 1800s and one of the largest sawmills on the coast operated at Shoal Bay.|
|Zoning :||RU-3 (Rural Three) Bylaw 1213
Strathcona Regional District
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Block I, District Lot 1551, Range 1, Coast District
|Taxes :||$332.58 (2018)|
|Boundaries :||Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.|
|Map Reference :||50°27'13.24"N and 125°30'51.57"W|
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