$ 285,000

DL 1515 BALAKLAVA ISLAND, Balaklava Island, BC

Listing ID# 383483
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$ 285,000

    Balaklava Island, BC
  • Listing ID 383483
  • Building Type: VACANT LAND
  • Land Size: 143.07 Acres
  • Status: For Sale/Active
  • Days on Market: 1283
  • Waterfront: Waterfront

Property Description

This 143 acre property is located along the south west shoreline of Balaklava Island with approximately 725ft of ocean frontage on Browning Passage. It is fully forested, has a diverse typography and is one of only four private properties on the island. The property is conveniently located within ten nautical miles of Hardy Bay and the village of Port Hardy, a full service community on northern Vancouver Island. The location provides for excellent south west exposure and is well protected from the prevailing northwesterly and south east winds. The property has deep water frontage making a good possibility for future moorage. This is a picturesque natural setting that offers great privacy and is perfect for the outdoor enthusiast. This location provides quick and convenient access to a variety of areas known for great fishing, diving, boating, kayaking and an abundance of wildlife. The property is zoned Rural (A-1) which provides for a variety of permitted uses including single and two family dwellings, recreational uses and structures, home occupation, agriculture and forestry. Zoning would also accommodate a development with subdivision down to 4 hectare or 9.88 acre properties. There is a possibility domestic water can be sourced from Balaklava Lake & Rose Creek. The north end of Vancouver Island to the Queen Charlotte Strait is a primary route for the annual migration of Pacific salmon and home for halibut, ling cod and a variety of rock fish including yellow eye. This is an extraordinary location with one of the richest and most diversified underwater ecosystems on the British Columbia coast. The area's numerous pinnacles, reefs and rock walls are alive with a vast range of marine plant and animal life constantly nourished with the ever-changing tides. Marine mammals and wildlife are common to this area.People from around the world visit this region to enjoy the annual migration of orcas and other whales as well as a variety of dolphins, sea lions and seals.

Listing courtesy of Royal LePage Advance Realty


  • waterfront

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