Year-round family resort, 9 rental cabins, solid revenue stream. Perfect for couple to operate. Opportunity to provide quality coastal lifestyle while generating excellent cash flow. Situated in park-like setting on east side of Mayne Island, walking distance to beach.
Blue Vista Resort is a well-established year-round business that has been running for over 50 years with a loyal customer base & return guests. It is situated on Mayne Island, which is one of BC’s most sought-after Southern Gulf Islands due to the warm, dry microclimate, natural amenities, and about an hour from either Vancouver or Victoria. It is a safe and relaxed environment with excellent services for a community of its size.
Five of the buildings are detached cottages and two are duplex buildings (4 cottages). The cottages were built in the 1960s and the duplexes were built in the 1970s. One of the duplexes includes a cottage whcih can be used as an owner/manager's residence with an adjoining office and laundry facility, and the remaining 8 units are rentals. All rental units are fully furnished and include a kitchen, full bathroom with tub and shower, a separate electrical panel and a hot water heater. All of the units are heated with electrical baseboard heat and 5 of them have a fireplace or wood stove.
|Location :||563 Arbutus Drive - Mayne Island, BC, V0N 2J1|
Midway between Vancouver and Victoria, BC. Just over an hour by ferry from either city and only 20 minutes by float plane.
|Recreation :||Fishing, hiking, kayaking, power boating, cycling, beachcombing, touring other Gulf Islands, wildlife viewing and sightseeing.|
|Area Data :||
Mayne Island is a small, friendly, Canadian island positioned about half way between the Lower Mainland of British Columbia and Vancouver Island. The natural beauty of Mayne Island comes from a combination of picturesque seascapes, pastoral farmlands and rich west coast forest. The weather is moderate, much dryer than Vancouver, and almost always pleasant.
Captain George Richards of the Royal Navy surveyed the area aboard his vessel HMS Plumper in 1857, naming the island after his lieutenant, Richard Charles Mayne. During the Cariboo and Fraser River Gold Rush of the mid-1800s, Vancouver Island miners gathered on Mayne Island before rowing across Georgia Strait to the mainland of BC in search of their fortunes. The earliest homesteaders registered land claims in the Miners Bay area in 1859.
|Zoning :||C2(a) Commercial Tourist Accommodation
Islands Trust, Mayne Island Land Use Bylaw No. 146, 2008
CLICK HERE for zoning information
Share sale of Registered Owner of lands: Blue Vista Resort Ltd.
|Taxes :||$4,293.34 (2018 Property Taxes)
$875.00 (2018 Bennett Bay Waterworks District Tax Levy & Tolls)
$93.30 (2017 Health Centre Tax Levy)
|Boundaries :||Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.|
|Map Reference :||48°50'18.94"N and 123°15'0.06"W|
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