Approx. 350 ft beach frontage and Myrtle Point Championship Golf Course frontage. 3 homes, 28x70 workshop with 20 foot ceilings. SW exposed and covered in mature cedar and fir trees. Located on Sunshine Coast. Sub-dividable.
Listing #: 07350
Legal Description: District Lot 5221, Land District 37, Except Plan 19503 & LMP33235
Taxes: $4,202.63 (2006)
Services: Power, Telephone Septic and Well
Zoning: The zoning is rural and governed by the Powell River Regional District. At present building permits are not required.
Improvements: Three homes, out buildings, workshop, well, septic, landscaped
Size: 10.21 acres – Approximately 350 feet frontage on the Ocean and Myrtle Point Championship par 72 Golf Course.
First time offered for sale in over 5 decades, this unique offering is truly one of a kind. The entire District Lot is still intact without subdivision, consisting of 10.21 acres of land situated minutes from downtown. The property has frontage on the Ocean and Myrtle Point Championship par 72 Golf Course. The Oceanfront would be considered medium bank with easy access to the beach below. A road cross cuts the width of the property to the water. This provides easy access for even a vehicle with a boat trailer to drive right to the water.
The beach is a mix of sand and small pebbles to smaller basketball size rocks. It is evident that over the years the larger rocks where set aside to expose the sand and smaller pebbles. There is ample space on the waterfront to build a structure or create as much entertainment space as needed.
The North East end of the property which is divided by Highway 101 fronts onto Myrtle Point Golf Course. 2/3 of the land base is below Highway 101on the Ocean and 1/3 fronting the golf course. From the property bordering the golf course, the clubs parking lot is immediately fronting the property. Beyond the parking area, the view from the property is of the Clubhouse, 1st tee and fairway, #10 tee and fairway, #18 Tee, fairway and green and lastly to the corner of the property is the clubs driving range. The top half of the property below Highway 101 I would estimate to be approximately 5 acres is virtually a private park covered in towering cedar and fir trees.
Over the past 5 decades this has been a family estate. There are three homes on the property. Two on the waterfront and one on the Golf Course. The original home built on the waterfront is a solid level entry 1300 square foot +basement 5 bedroom home. Featuring a wrap around sundeck and a fantastic south west view out over Malaspina Straight and Myrtle Rocks. Behind the home is a 24x36 workshop/garage.
The second home is a newer 24x36 level entry manufactured home with covered parking and an expansive sundeck. The third home on the Golf Course encompasses a 28x70 foot shop with 20 foot ceilings. The living space is approximately 850 square feet.
This unique offering continues to be an ideal private estate. As an investment, the property is sub-dividable.
Located on the ‘Super Natural’ Sunshine Coast of Southern British Columbia, an area renowned for its year-round temperate climate and stunning scenery. Myrtle Point is a 10 minute drive South from Downtown Powell River.
Powell River is easily accessed by land water or air. Located within an area of North America’s premiere boating, trophy fishing and diving destination, and next door to world famous Desolation Sound Marine Park.
Daily commercial flights from Vancouver International Airport’s South Terminal to Powell River offer 25 minutes of ocean vistas. If you choose to make your way along the spectacular Sunshine Coast by car, it is a four and a half hour trip from downtown Vancouver to Powell River.
With a population of 22,000, the friendly seaside town of Powell River offers ‘big city’ amenities and luxury services without the ‘big city’ parking and traffic hassles.
A full-service hospital, medical, dental, chiropractic, physiotherapy and massage therapy clinics, health and beauty spas, a newly renovated recreation complex, full banking facilities, marine services, outdoor guides and outfitters, plus a wide range of retail outlets, art galleries, gift shops and fine dining are all within easy access.
Climate and Weather:
The Upper Sunshine Coast, from Saltery Bay to Desolation Sound boasts approximately 1,900 hours of sunshine annually. Summer temperatures vary from 70-90 degrees Fahrenheit (20 to 30 degrees Celsius) while winter temperatures are mild.
GOLF YEAR ROUND
For those who love to golf year round, the Sunshine Coast is the place to be. The 18-hole, par 72 Myrtle Point Golf Course and Clubhouse. Located in the foothills of the Coast Mountains, this Les Furber-designed course offers four sets of tees for all levels of ability. A fully stocked pro-shop, driving range, putting green and Canadian Professional Golfers’ Association pros ensure a first class golfing experience. Golf cart rentals are available, plus shower-equipped locker rooms. After the game, enjoy a meal at the Orca Bar and Grill.
Protected by Vancouver Island to the West, the Strait of Georgia is a boater’s gateway to the most dramatic coastal scenery in the world. Due to the mild temperatures and warm pacific currents of the Strait of Georgia, boating is a year-round activity on the Sunshine Coast. Discover Savary Island, laced with long white sand beaches and the gorgeous deserted bays of Hernando, Redonda and Cortes Island in the calm, warm waters of Desolation Sound.
Protected waters make the Upper Sunshine coast a prime destination for ocean kayaking and canoeing. Popular spots include Jervis Inlet, Chatterbox Falls, Hardy, Nelson, Savary and Cortes Island, the Copeland Islands Marine Park and the numerous islets and quiet bays of Desolation Sound. Ecco-tours, kayak and canoe rentals for day trips as well as fully outfitted, guided expeditions can be booked locally.
Enjoy easy road access to the many lakes and rivers. The region boasts more than 50 fresh water lakes surrounded by thousands of hectares of pristine coastal forests. Inland Lake is known for its level, 14 km trail which can accommodate wheelchairs and strollers. You may prefer a day of paddling the calm, clear waters of a peaceful lake, or, you can take on the challenge of a 35 miles (57 km) canoe route which includes 8 lakes and five portages. Dinner is fresh and never far away as the region’s lakes teem with trout and at certain times of the year, steelhead salmon!
FISH AND SEAFOOD
The Sunshine Coast is truly a fishing mecca. Fish for cod or salmon from your doorstep; grill your catch on the barbecue that evening. Whether you are reeling in a salmon or jigging for cod, fly fishing for cutthroat, rainbow trout and Steelhead salmon or trolling for Kokanee in one of the region’s spectacular lakes, you will not be disappointed! This pristine ocean waterfront sanctuary offers up prawns a mere 300 feet off shore. Crab, clams mussels and oysters are also abundant in the area. If you would prefer a guided fishing experience, the Powell River Visitor’s Centre can provide names and contacts for local companies offering fishing charters and eco-tours.
INTERNATIONAL DIVE DESTINATION
Known internationally as the “Dive Capital of Canada” the Upper Sunshine Coast was rated by Rodales Dive Magazine as the #1 Best Overall Dive Destination in the World” for 2006. A predator-free dive habitat, the coastal waters boast a visibility range of up to 98 feet. Especially clear waters during the winter months make for excellent viewing of the area’s wolf eel and giant octopus. One of the area’s leading diving attractions is located next door to Paradise Cove in the waters in front of Saltery Bay Provincial Park. The Emerald Princess, an eight foot bronze statue of a mermaid located in 59 feet attracts dive enthusiasts from around the world. Other dive sites include several wrecks, the Okeover Caves and numerous coastal boat dives which highlight the diverse and colorful underwater world of the B.C. coast.
HIKE, BIKE AND CLIMB
The Sunshine Coast’s thousands of hectares of untouched forest and coastal mountains make for unbeatable mountain biking, hiking and rock climbing. Thousands of kilometers of off-road access and trail networks facilitate easy day trips to scenic view points, lakes, rivers, streams and surrounding mountains.
The 106 miles (170 km) Sunshine Coast Trail accommodates everyone from day hikers to ultra-marathoners. Easy to get to with more than twenty access points along the way, hikers are rewarded with abundant wildlife, gorgeous lookout points and stunning westerly views of the Strait of Georgia and its emerald islands. The trail is extremely well maintained and hikers can take advantage of camping facilities and lodging located along the route.
During the spring and summer months take advantage of guided hikes, or let the local hiking club introduce you to some of the region’s most popular wilderness trails. Maps and detailed information regarding hiking routes and activities are available 20 minutes away at the Powell River Visitor Centre.
There are numerous biking routes well suited to beginner, intermediate and advanced off-road riders. Once again, the Visitor’s Centre is the place to go for detailed maps and trail descriptions.
ARTS AND CULTURE
Named the Cultural Capital of Canada in 2004, Powell River is home to many artists, performers, musicians and writers. Every two years, choirs from around the world arrive in Powell River to participate in Choral Kathaumixw, a four day extravaganza of performances by youth and adult choirs. The Powell River Academy of Music, founded in 1990, has spawned no less than six local choirs, several of which perform and tour internationally. In addition to founding Kathaumixw, the Academy operates the Symphony and Opera Academy of the Pacific, two weeks of master classes and performances which offer aspiring professional musicians an opportunity to train with internationally renowned conductors and musicians.
April through September cultural and outdoor events include: Festival of Writers; Men’s and Ladies’ Malaspina Open Golf Tournaments; Algerine Passage Sailing Race; Choral Kathaumixw; Symphony and Opera Academy of the Pacific; Sunshine Music Folk Festival at Palm Beach; Blackberry Festival; art studio and garden tours; Willingdon Beach Sea Fair and the Fall Fair. During the month of August Texada Island plays hosts to tourists who come to enjoy the Sandcastle Weekend and the annual jazz festival, Jazz on the Rocks.