DL 1971 BUTE INLET, Bute Inlet, BC, V0P 1V0Listing ID# 382747
Situated approx. 2/3rds the way up the inlet, this impressive 17.3-acre property has over 2,500 feet of spectacular shoreline & beach. The exposure is due south & the location provides great protection from the winter & spring outflow winds. There are natural water sources on the property & the remains of an old homestead. One interesting benefit the acreage enjoys is the close proximity of a substantial logging road that crosses a corner of the property & will provide access throughout miles of uninhabited, rugged B.C. mainland to explore. There is easy beach access along the shoreline & the beach itself is a nice mix of rock outcrops & some very appealing expansive gravel & sand. The upland topography is extremely user-friendly for the region & the grade up towards the rear of the property from the extensive low-bank frontage is mixed - yet relatively moderate. The property is nicely treed & includes a reasonably large percentage of merchantable mature conifers & some very large alder. There are three small streams/creeks that come down through the property, two are located towards the western end & one is located in the center of the acreage. They appear to be year-round sources of water for domestic consumption & to generate power, as well, the direct southern exposure will provide for an excellent source of solar power. Over towards the eastern shoreline stands an A-frame cabin that does need a little TLC, however could be made useable with a little work. Surrounding this cabin is the old orchard that used to have approximately 20 fruit trees. This pristine & remote location provides peaceful & beautiful surroundings unlike anywhere else on the coast. The region is abundant with a large variety of wildlife & the sea life is equally plentiful. Bute Inlet is situated in the southern region of the British Columbia mainland coast approximately 30 miles north of Campbell River on Vancouver Island.
Listing courtesy of Royal LePage Advance Realty
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