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    Cowichan River Acreage - Duncan, BC

    Vancouver Island & Southern Gulf Islands Listing No. 22151

    Private riverfront acreage offering unlimited potential. Large shop, prepped building site and cute studio all tidied up and ready to go. All within close proximity to the Cowichan River Trail and Glenora Riverside Park.

    Reduced $1,295,000

    4.68 acres

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    Super rare and private riverfront acreage in the highly sought-after area of Glenora in the Cowichan Valley. This property consists of 4.68 acres with approximately 450 feet of frontage on the Cowichan River, a 795 ft2 self-contained studio, a recently built 1,325 ft2 shop and a large, cleared building site awaiting your dream home. Located on a no-though road just a short walk away from the trails of the Glenora Riverside Park. A unique type of property that rarely comes available


    5187 Jeffries Rd - Duncan, BC


    From Duncan

    Head east on Kenneth St toward Canada Ave. Take Indian Rd to Glenora Rd, then take a left on Vaux Rd to Jeffries Rd.

    Area Data

    The Cowichan Valley is a region around the Cowichan River, Cowichan Bay and Cowichan Lake on Vancouver Island. The Cowichan Valley is the home of a growing number of vineyards and wineries. They include Unsworth Vineyards, Cherry Point Vineyards, Blue Grouse, Glenterra, Vigneti Zanatta, Venturi-Schulze, and Averill Creek. The warm, dry summers and mild, moist winters make this area part of Canada's only maritime Mediterranean climate, providing good growing conditions for many grape varietals.

    The Cowichan River is world famous for its trout, steelhead, and salmon fishing.


    Southwest Coast with Douglas fir, hemlock, and cedar although there are other significant stands of alder and maple within the “Coastal Douglas-fir” zone. Arbutus trees are also found in some drier regions. Salal, ferns, mosses, and a variety of berry bushes cover the forest floor as do many edible mushrooms.


    Hiking, mountain biking, fishing, golfing, swimming, winey touring.


    The Cowichan peoples have lived here for millennia; with the settlement of Vancouver Island, life for them changed forever. By 1858, Vancouver Island was British controlled but it was in danger of being lost to the Americans due to the influx of people seeking their fortune in the Gold Rush. In order to encourage settlement, land could be acquired cheaply through pre-emption.

    Map Reference

    48°45'42.06"N and 123°46'44.76"W

    Investment Features

    Home based business, B&B potential.


    Well, septic, hydro.


    Studio, shop, drilled well, septic.

    Tax Details

    $3,615 (2021)




    Lot 2, Section 12, Range 1, Plan VIP42549, Quamichan Land District
    PID 001-799-339

    Maps & Plans


    Maps & Plans

    Our property descriptions and geographical information are taken from the BC Assessment Authority, Land Titles Office, government maps and other sources. While LandQuest® does not guarantee the information, we believe it to be accurate, but should not be relied upon without verification. This communication is not intended to cause or induce breach of an existing agency agreement.