Lasqueti Island sunny southwest facing acreage offering extensive views over the Straight of Georgia, the ideal property for self-sustained off-grid living.
Lasqueti ocean view lot . . . this sunny southwest facing property offers extensive views over the Straight of Georgia featuring Sisters Islets, Hornby Island and across to the snow-capped peaks of Vancouver Island. A roughed-in driveway allows access to a mossy bluff plateau where a prime building site overlooks the ocean. There is a year-round holding pond site, a protected gardening spot and a good amount of arable land on the bottom part of the property, ideal for self-sustained off-grid living. This lot features parklike grounds with an abundance of nature trails. There are shore pine, Douglas fir, big leaf maple, and arbutus trees, all with plenty of annual growth to provide a continuous supply of wood. Local zoning allows for the building of one house and one guest cottage. Plan your dream home with large picture windows, wrap-around deck and enjoy the stunning ocean views.
Lasqueti Island, BC
A passenger-only ferry connects the island to the community of French Creek, near Parksville. The ferry makes two to three runs per day, six days per week. Elderberry Lane is approximately 3.5 km from False Bay ferry dock.
Lasqueti Island is a secluded, off-grid island located within the Strait of Georgia about 50 miles Northwest of Vancouver. The island is accessed by regularly scheduled passenger/light cargo ferry and barge service from French Creek (Parksville/Qualicum Beach area) on Vancouver Island. Island residents strive to live a self-sufficient lifestyle and produce their own power via micro-hydro, solar, and/or wind mechanisms. Phone and internet services are available. On island, you will also find a school, health centre, post office, community and arts centres, dance and yoga studios, volunteer fire department, ambulance, restaurant/pub/hotel, gas station, propane service, small café/bakery/grocery, provincial and regional parks, nature reserves, farm and feed supply store.
The island has a reputation for sailing and sea kayaking which is considered among some of the finest in lower British Columbia. The island and surrounding islets have amazing scuba diving and snorkeling locations. Lasqueti enjoys waters warm enough for swimming in the ocean in summertime.
The island is generally divided between drier and wetter areas. The latter often characterized by red cedar and the former by native cacti, arbutus and succulent plants. Some old growth forest still exists on this island as well giving it a unique flora and fauna coverage.
Fishing, kayaking, and sailing.
Lasqueti Island was named in 1791 by Spanish Naval officer José María Narváez, commander of the Santa Saturnina after Juan Maria Lasqueti, a prominent Spanish naval officer.
49°28'57.74"N and 124°19'57.78"W
$1.52 (2020) - Farm Status Taxation
Islands Trust - LB
STRATA LOT B , SECTION 26, LASQUETI ISLAND, NANAIMO DISTRICT STRATA PLAN EPS6160 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE STRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM V
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