2.77 acres of oceanfront property at a very affordable price. Trail access from the property to the Natural Hot Springs at Hot Springs Cove for free. 26 miles north of Tofino in world famous Clayoquot Sound.
2.77 acres of oceanfront property at a fantastic price near Tofino in Clayoquot Sound.
Within this development there are 51 properties approximately half of which have cabins situated on them. The property is in a natural state and is situated in a protected cove which is ideal for the possibility of private moorage as most other lots in the development are too exposed for moorage capability.
The rear boundary of the property fronts onto common property. This area has been set aside for natural green space and it is an ideal privacy buffer. The common property hosts walking trails through the forest. A trail network has been constructed which connects all the properties and the government wharf which makes access to this particular lot extremely easy. It’s an easy walk to the government wharf and beyond to the hot springs. A caretaker looks after the trail networks and keeps an eye on things.
There are plenty of areas to choose from as potential building site locations.
With modern day technology, you can have the comforts of home in this fantastic environment from alternative power generation sources and building design.
For the price this is fantastic value as an investment but the true value will come from its use with family and friends.
|Location :||40 km northwest of Tofino British Columbia|
|Access :||The property is water or air access only from Tofino to Hot Springs Cove located on the Openit Peninsula. There are charter companies based in Tofino for both means of access. Private craft can also depart from Tofino. Please contact Listing broker to make arrangements. There are 3 flights daily from Tofino to Hot Springs Cove.|
|Recreation :||A mecca for the outdoor enthusiast, the area is extremely rich for outdoor adventure. Site seeing, fishing, kayaking, whale watching, surfing, beach combing and at the end of the day relax in the nearby hot springs.|
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Hot Springs Cove
For the few that can stand the intense heat, a natural shower underneath the waterfalls is simply awesome! Let your tensions evaporate with the steam, at any time of the year. Rejuvenate your soul in these wonderfully scenic surroundings. Soaking in the rocky pools with a mountain rising overhead is a magical experience.
This soothing, natural wonder is open year-round and is accessible only by air or by sea (one-hour water taxi ride from Tofino). The hot springs are reached by an easy hike on a 2 km attractive wooden boardwalk trail from the dock. A selection of transport packages is offered out of Tofino, combining aerial sightseeing, camping, whale watching and kayaking with the magical experience of a mineral steam bath surrounded by old-growth rain forest.
Hot Springs Cove is a refreshing stop for kayakers paddling through the Flores and Vargas Islands, and for those seeking a less strenuous visit accommodation can be sought at a nearby lodge operated by the Hesquiat First Nations.
Guests of the lodge are permitted access to the two mile, well-marked, wilderness trail to Tsamata Beach, to spend time strolling through the uncut forest and exploring the undisturbed shoreline. There are huge ancient cedars, towering Douglas firs and spruces, some draped with Spanish moss. The air is thick and humid, and everything is lush, damp, green and growing.
Hot Springs Cove is a very popular attraction on the west coast, so a visit during fall and winter will provide more privacy. The mineral water sustains numerous micro-organisms that could affect your eyes, ears and throat, and protective footwear is recommended in the rock pools - rubber-soled aquashoes are best. Bathing suits are not always worn.
Wilderness, backcountry or walk-in camping is allowed, but no facilities are provided. Camping is not permitted on the peninsula portion of the park where the hot springs are located. Wilderness camping is permitted in the remainder of the park. A private campground, operated by the Hesquiat First Nation, is located just north of the government dock.
Over the winter months, storm watching is popular. You will find competitive rates on accommodation during these quieter months. We recommend you reserve accommodations well in advance of Tofino's busy summer months. Planning ahead will ensure you find the cabin, condo, vacation rental, or resort suitable to your needs. Tofino offers a variety of outdoor activities for visitors. Whale watching, hiking, surfing, hot springs excursions and beach combing are just a few popular activities at Tofino's doorstep.
Seasonal Cottage (SC) District
Lot 32, Plan VIS6527, District Lot 1371, Clayoquot Land District
|Taxes :||$209.88 (2016)
Strata Fees (2016) - $372 per annum
|Boundaries :||Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate|
|Map Reference :||49°22'1.20"N and 126°15'41.92"W
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