Spectacular ocean view property with 2,400 sq ft 6 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with private dock and 22 ft welded aluminum fishing machine.
Lot 14, Block L, District Lot 1159, Range 3, Coast District, Plan 9250, PID 004-639-995
No Zoning Central Coast Regional District confirmed January 8, 2009
House, shop, dock
Spectacular Ocean view property with 2400 sq ft 6 bedroom 2 bathroom home with Private Dock and 22 ft. Welded Aluminum Fishing machine (Ocean Sport). Currently being used as a Guest/Fishing Lodge. The home is finished up and down and comes completely furnished. If you are interested, there are multiple properties with completely furnished homes that are owned by these owners that are also for sale.
If someone is interested in running this property as a Fishing lodge, there are additional business assets, Internet site and client list.
Ocean Falls is in the Central Coast region of BC approx 480 km north of Vancouver, 170 km northeast of Port Hardy & 88 km west of Bella Coola. It is perched beside the deep waters of Cousins Inlet, 24 km from the open Pacific Ocean.
Once in Ocean Falls the properties address is 66 Highland Drive.
City water, sewer, hydro, satellite internet, satellite TV
OCEAN FALLS Lat. 52 - 21 - 20N Long. 127 - 41 - 20 WT
Ocean Falls is located at the head of Cousins Inlet off Dean Channel, northwest of Bella Coola. The community of 30 fulltime residents and 50 additional seasonal residents is divided into two neighborhoods. Ocean Falls Townsite is on the right and Martin Valley is on the left. The road between them is approximately 1.5 km. You can just see a bit of water above the townsite, this is Link Lake which is 18 miles (25 km) long and has great fresh water fishing. There is a hydroelectric dam and waterfall just above the town site.
The mid coast of BC is one of the most breath taking areas in the world. Misty fjords abound and granite peaks that seem carved from a single stone spring out of the sea to soar a mile high over cold green waters a thousand feet deep. The shoreline is swathed in thick old-growth forest teeming with wildlife. It’s a lot of fun to play in paradise and Ocean Falls is the perfect place to get started. It is tucked snugly away in the end of Cousins Inlet off the Dean Channel where seals and sea otters play in the bay area year round and Canada Geese and Blue Heron winter over on the Martin River Delta.
Hiking trails fan out from town; up the Martin Valley and off to the local lakes. Link Lake, accessible by car or foot is eighteen miles of pristine beauty with resident cut-throat trout. On the salt-chuck the fjords are endless and each one unique. There are whales, seals dolphins and sea-lions in the water, deer, bear, and wolves on the shore and squadrons of eagles whirl and soar amongst the crags. Fresh water streams down ancient stone into the sea everywhere. The eco-system bursts with life from the sea bed to the mountain tops. This is the rainforest at its best! There have been a billion pictures taken of the area and they say not one of them does it justice. It’s impossible to really know how beautiful it is until you’ve seen it with your own eyes.
Fishing, crabbing, whale watching, paddling, cruising, hiking, amazing photo opportunities and much more.
Ocean Falls was named after the impressive waterfall located where Link Lake empties into Cousins Inlet. The spillway from the hydro dam is now a prominent feature at the head of Cousins Inlet. The remote and beautiful coastal community of Ocean Falls is once again coming alive. Once a flourishing pulp mill town, since 1909, the closure of the mill in 1981 left the town of Ocean Falls virtually abandoned, with only a small community of residents continuing to live in Martin Valley, a mile down the inlet from the old town site.