84 acres with 3,000 ft of oceanfront in a protected deep water bay. Potentially large sand, gravel and quarried stone aggregate deposit. 10 hectare foreshore licence and waste site permit in place. Only 11 hours by barge to Vancouver.
This is an excellent potential site for an oceanfront aggregate resource property. The property was logged a few years ago and there is a very thin layer of overburden above a substantial sand, gravel and stone aggregate resource that is close to the shoreline. The property is accessible by both land and water; there is forest service access road from the nearby community of Powell River.
The foreshore is very well protected with deep water making it an excellent site for barge and deep sea ship transport. Currently there is a 10 hectare foreshore licence in place for a log dump and storage.
The current owner has a waste site permit in place. The barge time to Vancouver is approximately 11 hours where there is a strong demand for declining aggregate resources.
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|Location :||Sunshine Coast, St. Vincent Bay|
|Access :||Contact Listing Broker|
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The area is a mecca for recreational activity. Because the property is situated on the ocean, one can enjoy all the benefits the ocean has to offer. What makes this property unique is the ability to drive right from the property on forest service roads into the coastal mountain range and access numerous freshwater lakes, hiking trails, glaciers and river systems.
Some activities include boating, fishing, kayaking, scuba diving, site seeing, hiking and swimming in an area characterised as one of BC’s popular outdoor playgrounds. 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.
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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.
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 100 cm (40 in). 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.
|Zoning :||Powell River Regional District Land Use: Resource|
District Lot 4426, Group 1 New Westminster District
|Taxes :||$1,444.42 (2015)|
|Boundaries :||See maps
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