Nelson Island Oceanfront Acreage:

Overview

1,300 ft of Stunning Low Bank Oceanfront & Cottage, Nelson Island, BC

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  • Sold on 2012-10-05
  • Property Address1,300 ft of Stunning Low Bank Oceanfront & Cottage, Nelson Island, BC, Canada
  • TypeOceanfront Acreage

1,300 ft of Stunning Low Bank Oceanfront & Cottage, Nelson Island, BC, Canada

Description

1,300 ft south facing low bank oceanfront, 4.8 acres. 1,200 sf cottage, workshop + fixer upper guest cabin. Nelson Island, water access only, 10 minutes to Marina, 2.5 hours from Vancouver.




Land

A spectacular south facing acreage. The entire property is low bank ocean frontage and useable acreage. The 1,300 feet of shoreline stretches from a sheltered gravel beach to a solid granite promontory which is truly a best case scenario. The beach is ideal to dig clams and gather oysters and ideal for the entire family to enjoy. The granite promontory is where the cottage is located featuring a 180 degree view.

Moorage

When considering a water access property it’s very important to have secure deep water sheltered moorage. The moorage for this property meets all those requirements. The moorage location is capable of handling any size vessel and a deep draft in any tide. The current system is a quality aluminum ramp and 8’ x 30’ float. Expansion to the float would not be difficult.

Main Cottage

1,200 sf cedar home constructed in 1987. Hardwood floors, cathedral ceilings and a wrap around deck to capture the expansive view. The home is heated by wood stove; the appliances and lighting are fuelled by propane. There is a catchment system for fresh water however there is a fresh water license from a neighbouring source. You would just need to connect. There is a composting toilet however there is ample room and organic material (dirt) for the installation of a septic field system.

Workshop

168 sf workshop directly behind the cottage for storage of tools and supplies.

Guest Cottage

Located in the bay above the gravel beach roughly 500 feet from the main cottage is the perfect spot for guests. The cabin does need work but it would be worth fixing it up.

SIZE:

4.8 acres, 1,300+ ft low bank oceanfront

Location : 2.5 hours travel north from Vancouver on Nelson Island in Agamemnon. In between Earls Cove and Pender Harbour.
Access : Contact Listing Broker.
Services : Fuel delivery

Recreation :

Nelson Island is a Mecca for marine recreational activity. Boating, fishing, kayaking, scuba diving, site seeing, swimming in an area characterised as one of BC’s popular outdoor playgrounds. Nelson Island is centered between some of BC’s best boating territories, Jervis Inlet, Princess Louisa Inlet, Thormanby Island and Desolation Sound Marine Park just to name a few. There are endless amounts of shoreline to explore but one does not have to venture any further than your own dock to catch your daily limit in prawns, crabs, oysters and clams.
Area Data : NELSON ISLAND - Named after Viscount Horatio Nelson, the hero of the British navy, Nelson Island sits at the mouth of Jervis Inlet guarding the secrets of Prince of Wales Reach and Queens Reach. Famous with the yachting crowd for the scenery and anchorages, the area has a lot to offer. It is one of the few spots on the coast where you can feel the presence of the towering Coast Mountains while experiencing the expanse of the Strait of Georgia. It is a region with a mild, dry and semi-Mediterranean climate. A granite quarry opened on the island in 1887 and its stone was used to build the B.C. Legislature in Victoria and the library at the University of British Columbia (UBC).

PENDER HARBOUR - Pender Harbour, north of Sechelt, was once the winter headquarters of the Sechelt Nation, and on nearby Mount Daniel you can see the remains of moon rings (stone circles built by Sechelt girls as they entered womanhood), and Sechelt pictographs mark the cliffs above Sakinaw Lake.

Originally famous for fabulous sport fishing, the tranquil and bustling Pender Harbour today is also a favourite spot for artists and photographers, as well as canoeists and kayakers. The 52 kilometres of jagged harbour shoreline support all sorts of housing, marine and recreational developments.

World-class yachts make Pender Harbour their evening destination anchorage, where the sunsets are amongst the best in British Columbia. The deep, clear waters of the harbour are recognized, especially during winter months, as one of the world's premier sites for underwater exploration and photography.

Population: 3,000

SECHELT -Named after the original First Nations people of the region, the shishalh, the community is sustained by self-government, a communal lifestyle and wisdom of the elders. Sechelt is a small community sitting on a sandbar, the narrow Sechelt isthmus separating Sechelt Inlet from the Strait of Georgia.

If it weren't for this small neck of land less than a half mile wide, a large portion of the peninsula north of Sechelt would be an island, cut off from the mainland. This wedge of sand backs ocean water, which flows from the northwestern entrance to the inlet near Egmont, into three inlets: Sechelt Inlet (the largest), and the Salmon and Narrows Inlets, which branch east from Sechelt Inlet.

The word "Sechelt" means land between two waters. Indian Legend has it that the creator gods were sent by the Divine Spirit to form the world. They carved out valleys leaving a beach along the inlet at Porpoise Bay. Later, the transformers, a male raven and a female mink, changed details by carving trees and forming pools of water. The raven is an integral part of the Sechelt Indian Band's culture and is often seen in their carvings.

A magnificent sweep of beautifully cobbled beach combines wave polished granite ramparts with driftwood & many-coloured pebbles. Treed mountains, cascading creeks and waterfalls create the spectacular coastline of Sechelt making the community a photographer's delight year-round. Sechelt's central location on the southern peninsula of the Sunshine Coast makes it a natural hub for business, culture and tourism. The thriving village is surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery and a natural seaside beauty that lends a special charm to the attractions and amenities of the Heart of the Sunshine Coast.

The Sechelt area climate is characterized by mild, moist winters and warm dry summers. Temperatures on the Coast range from freezing in winter to highs of 30C (90F) in summer. The annual rainfall is approximately 100cm (40in.) The Sunshine Coast is sheltered from the open Pacific, and the milder weather patterns result in very light snowfalls in the region. The Sunshine Coast is split into two portions on either side of Jervis Inlet. Roughly speaking, the southern half between the ferry slips at Langdale and Earls Cove occupies the Sechelt Peninsula, while the northern half between the ferry slip at Saltery Bay and Lund sits on the Malaspina Peninsula.

Population: 8,488

POWELL RIVER- Powell River a full service community with a population of 22,000 is a year round sea to mountain recreation area. The regions recreational services include an 18 hole championship golf course, lawn bowling green, curling rink, a 16 lane Bowling alley, tennis courts, an all weather 400 meter track, as well as many baseball, fast ball, softball and soccer fields.

Miles of hiking trails lead to beautiful lookouts, waterfalls, or peaceful lakes which can be viewed along the 180 km Sunshine Coast Trail and numerous recreational areas can be reached by logging roads, owned by the logging companies. Boating and sports fishing are ardently pursued as all season sports. Marinas and Government docks are available to residents and visitors.

Powell River is known as the “HOT SPOT” for winter diving in North America. The “Mermaid” at Mermaid Cove in Saltery Bay Provincial Park is an extra special attraction. The area also has some of the largest Wolf eel and Octopus in the world. Canoeing may also be enjoyed on the quiet lakes of Powell River or you can take in the Powell Forest Canoe Route Circuit. Ocean canoeing and kayaking is very popular in Jervis Inlet, the Copeland Islands Marine Park, the Malaspina Inlet with Okeover Arm, and Desolation Sound. For all the nature lovers and sightseers, Powell River has many parks, viewpoints and beaches to explore, and the hiking club will help you take advantage of the many beautiful trails. Bird watching is also unprecedented.

Powell River has 5 major banks, newly constructed Hospital, Walmart, and Canadian Tire etc.
Zoning : RU4

The property is governed by the Sechelt Regional District. Click on the link below for direct access for bylaws.

http://www.scrd.ca/files/File/Community/Planning/Bylaws/337%20October%2013%202011%20Consolidation(4).pdf
Legal : Lot A, Reference Plan 3491 District Lot 2216, Group 1 New Westminster District. PID: 003-085-562
Taxes : $609.26 (2010)
Boundaries : See maps included
Listing # : 12031
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