1.9 acres with 300 ft of low bank waterfront and 2,761 ft2 log home featuring vaulted ceilings, large country kitchen, and three bedrooms all with en-suites. Fenced backyard, workshop, garage, woodshed, plunge pool & gardens. Stunning views of Hornby Island & Lambert Channel.
Looking for your own piece of oceanfront paradise? Look no further than this stunning 1.9-acre property located on Denman Island. With approximately 300 feet of low bank oceanfront, you'll enjoy unobstructed views of Hornby Island and the Lambert Channel from the comfort of your own home.
Situated on the top side of East Road, this property is truly one-of-a-kind. A gated stairway located across the road leads down to the beach, making it easy to access the water and enjoy all that island living has to offer, and with approximately 0.5 acres located across the road, you'll have plenty of space to build a gazebo or studio to complement your new home.
Speaking of which, the 2,761 ft2 log home on the property is simply stunning. With vaulted ceilings in the living room featuring a staircase and wall-to-ceiling fireplace, you'll feel like you're living in a rustic retreat. The large country kitchen is perfect for cooking up your favorite meals, while the master bedroom with en-suite on the main floor offers a peaceful retreat from the rest of the world. Upstairs, you'll find two more bedrooms, both with en-suites and ocean views.
But the features of this property don't stop there. A fenced backyard includes a building with a workshop, garage and woodshed, perfect for storing all your tools and toys, and for those hot summer days, a plunge pool awaits, surrounded by beautiful gardens and a tranquil setting.
Don't miss your chance to own this incredible oceanfront property on Denman Island. Contact us today to schedule a viewing!
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Denman Island is one of the Northern Gulf Islands located in the Strait of Georgia and is part of the Comox Valley Regional District of BC. It has a land area of 19.7 square miles (12,608 acres) and is approximately 19 km (12 miles) long and 6.5 km (4 miles) wide. It is home to approximately 1,300 year-round residents and can be accessed by ferry via the Buckley Bay Ferry Terminal on Vancouver Island, which is a 20-minute drive from Courtenay and a 1.5-hour drive from Nanaimo via the Inland Island Highway 19. Most services and amenities are available on the Island, including an elementary school, general store, community hall, churches, medical clinic and volunteer fire department, with major shopping available in Courtenay.
Kayaking, biking, hiking, wildlife and bird watching.
Denman Island was first inhabited by Indigenous peoples, including the Pentlatch and Tla’amin (formerly Sliammon), as evidenced by gravesites, middens and oral history. The village of Denman Point, previously named Village Point, was occupied Pentlatch people until the 1862 smallpox epidemic and the survivors moved to join the K’omoks people in nearby Comox.
The Island was seen and mapped by Europeans during the 1791 voyage of the Spanish ship Sana Saturnina under Jose Maria Narvaez and Juan Carrasco. In 1860 Captain Richards named the island “Denman Island” for Rear Admiral Joseph Denman, who was the commander of the Pacific station from 1864 to 1866.
Please see mapping section, all boundaries are approximate.
49°29'53.46"N and 124°43'19.70"W
Denman Island Land Use Bylaw No. 186, 2008.
Additional zoning information can be found on the Islands Trust website.
Lot 2 Section 8 Denman Island Nanaimo District Plan 28719
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