Unique opportunity to be fully self-sufficient living on the water with all of the comforts of living on the land. 2008 2,460 ft2, 2 storey float house on concrete platform with full walk-around deck and covered patio on the Central Coast.
Unobstructed ocean views from both floors of this large, well-built 2008 float home. The 2,460 ft2 home is built on a well maintained 2,500 ft2 concrete platform with a full walk-around deck and a 270 ft2 covered patio. The main floor offers a large open concept kitchen, dining room and living room with large windows and sliding doors to the covered patio. This spacious area includes a dining room set with 6 chairs, propane stove, microwave, ice maker, dishwasher, fridge, large pantry, bar stools, all dishes and utensils, couches, and a 50” TV. The main floor also offers a bathroom and a mud room/laundry room with washer/dryer, laundry sink and freezer.
The top floor offers a large master bedroom with a 4-piece en-suite, 1 bedroom with a double bed and 2 bedrooms both with 2 single beds.
The home has a large walk-around deck that has been pressure washed and resealed yearly. It offers a covered patio as well as an outdoor fish cleaning station. The shop room, which you enter from the outside deck area, is fully equipped with tools, hot water tank and a water maker (converts salt water to fresh water). There is also a second utility/generator room complete with an Onan Generator and solar system.
The year-round float home is currently moored on Denny Island and will have to be moved once purchased.
The float house is currently moored on Denny island on the Central Coast. There is no road access to Denny Island. It can be accessed by watercraft, floatplane or helicopter. BC Ferries provides public access from Port Hardy or Bella Coola to most of the Central Coast Communities including Ocean Falls, Denny Island and Bella Bella. Pacific Coastal provides daily flights from Port Hardy and Vancouver. Northern Thunderbird Air offers charter services from Terrace. Denny Island boasts a 3,000 ft runway for private planes to land at their leisure. However you come to the Central Coast, getting there will be a big part of the adventure.
The Inside Passage surrounding Denny Island has many twists and turns. The northern shore rises like a wall from the sea, while to the south the land becomes flatter and the coastline broken up by coves and inlets. After the straight, wide reaches of Fitz Hugh Sound and Fisher Channel, the closeness of the land makes the passage seem somehow more intimate, and, as the sea is often calmer, more peaceful.
This area is also part of what is known as “The Great Bear Rainforest” and one of the world’s greatest wildlife areas. This area hosts healthy populations of all wildlife species that were present since 1793. The Coast Mountain Range has isolated many wildlife populations from the rest of North America. As a result, the Great Bear rainforest is home to many subspecies and genetically unique populations such as the Spirit Bear and the Coastal grey wolves.
The small community of Denny Island has a year-round population of approximately 140 people. There are many services on Denny island including a grocery store, liquor store, post office, Laundromat, cappuccino bar and art gallery/gift store, hair salon, marina, shipyard, marine/hardware store, fuel dock, restaurant, pub, numerous B&B or cabin rental accommodations as well as a campground and RV park. There is also a public school servicing grades K-7.
One of the last unspoiled rainforests on the planet, the Great Bear Rainforest is nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Mountain Range on the west coast of British Columbia. The ancient Great Bear Rainforest is one of the largest tracts of temperate rainforest left in the world (2 million hectares), and is home to thousands of species of plants, birds and animals. In this lush rainforest stand 1,000-year-old cedar trees and 90-metre tall Sitka spruce trees.
Denny Island is in a prime location nestled in the centre of the spectacular and scenic Central Coast. It is one of the most breathtaking and remote areas, surrounded by misty fjords, mountains, old growth rainforests and the wild Pacific Ocean. It offers some of the best in cruising, fishing or kayaking on the West Coast. If you love adventure in the outdoors, you will truly love this place.
This float home would be perfectly suited for an addition to a float camp, fishing camp or just a recreational rental getaway.
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