Spacious 5-bay, 6,775 ft2 shop with office area and washrooms, 3-phase power and aggregate/gravel resources located on Northern Vancouver Island.
This large commercial 51-acre site was previously used as a highway maintenance yard which includes a 5-bay, 6,775 ft2 shop with office area, 3-phase power, paved parking lot area, sizable aggregate/gravel resources, and 7 serviced RV sites outside of the main compound area.
The majority of the property was recently logged, leaving an open slate for future development. The Rural A-1 Zoning allows for a magnitude of uses including commercial applications and potential for future subdivision. An affordable opportunity to acquire a commercial property with large shop space and ample room to expand or develop.
3.5 km north of the Woss turnoff on Highway 19.
Woss is a small village in the Nimpkish Valley, located 75 km (47 mi) southeast of Port McNeill and 128 km (80 mi) north of Campbell River on Highway 19, on northeastern Vancouver Island. The estimated population of Woss and the Nimpkish Valley is 200. The town of Woss lies about 3 km north of Woss Lake, a long, narrow lake stretching about 10 km in a primarily north-south direction with a maximum width of about one km, the southern portion of which is part of Woss Lake Provincial Park.
Camping, hiking, fishing, hunting.
Until the mid-1960s Woss was accessible only by rail from Beaver Cove on the Englewood Railway. During this time, most of the loggers were housed in bunkhouses heated with wood-fired steam. One of the original steam powered locomotives is currently used as a working tourist attraction. Nearby Woss Lake is the main summer recreational playground for Woss residents and the original community campground at the lake is now Woss Lake Provincial Park.
50°13'51.83"N and 126°38'4.11"W
Block A, DL 403, Rupert Land District
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