80 Acre Oceanfront - Green Bay, Nelson Island, BC
- Sold on 2017-02-08
- Property Address80 Acre Oceanfront - Green Bay, Nelson Island, BC, Canada
- TypeOcean Front Acreage
80 Acre Oceanfront - Green Bay, Nelson Island, BC, Canada
1,400 ft of southern exposed oceanfront located in a protected bay within close proximity to Pender Harbour and Egmont. Zoning allows for 3 homes and auxiliary dwelling. It is rare to find an oceanfront that backs onto a small private lake.
Stunning 80.3 acre oceanfront property at an affordable price located in Green Bay on Nelson Island. Green Bay is completely protected and only minutes by boat from Pender Harbour or Egmont. There is water taxi service from both Pender Harbour and Egmont. You could also keep your boat in one of the many marinas in Pender Harbour or Egmont.
The property has 1,400 feet of southern exposed frontage with expansive views of Green Bay and Agamemnon Channel. The property has subdivision potential and there are many building sites to choose from. Current zoning allows for 3 single family dwellings and one auxiliary dwelling unit.
It is rare to find an oceanfront property that backs onto a small private lake. Call to book your appointment to view today!
|Location :||Green Bay - Nelson Island|
|Access :||Contact Listing Agent|
|Services :||No services|
|Area Data :||
The island is mostly forested, although there are some clear cut areas inland. Lakes and large mountainous hills define the geography. Hardy Island sits alongside Nelson Island with Blind Bay in between the two. Logging operations and granite quarries were early features of the island, and many buildings in BC were built out of Nelson Granite including the Parliament Buildings in Victoria.
There were once a few homesteads and small logging operations, most of which are now summer cabins. As a consequence, the permanent population is quite small. One of the most well-known residents was Harry Roberts who retired to the island in 1929. The house he built, Sunray, was a cottage with south-facing walls of glass the stretched out like the rays of a sun. It still stands in a cove at Cape Cockburn.
The island is named for the British naval hero, Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson.
View of a portion of Pender Harbour from the shore at Irvine's Landing Pender Harbour's population is under 3,000, with over 40% of property owners being non-resident (one of them Joni Mitchell, since early 70s). Pender Harbour includes the small villages of Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing and Kleindale.
Tourism is an important part of the local economy. The area has an arts community and several annual music festivals. It hosts the second-oldest May Day celebration in British Columbia and the biggest and longest-running downhill longboard race in Canada, Attack of Danger Bay.
|Zoning :||RU-2 Sunshine Coast Regional District|
|Legal :||Blk: A; DL: 1020; LD: New Westminster (36); Narrative: Group 1, EX PL 3068.
|Taxes :||$2,972.85 (2016)|
|Boundaries :||Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate|
|Map Reference :||49°42'43.65"N and 124° 5'14.89"W
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- New Westminster, BC
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