Pure country living within 34.5 acres on this postcard pretty farm! Lots of room for everyone ... including horses. Spectacular mountain views and a creek running through the property make this a one-of-a-kind acreage on beautiful Vancouver Island.
Picturesque 34.5 acre farm in Virginia Estates. Incredible agricultural, equestrian and horticulture living with over 900 feet of creek frontage on French Creek and spectacular views of Mt Arrowsmith. The property is fenced, cross fenced and well set up for livestock with approximately 15 acres in hay production. Down by the creek is a beautifully pastured meadow that is fenced with power and water available. This equestrian estate boasts a huge sand riding ring, 12-stall barn with a caretaker suite on the upper level. The main home is a 4 bedroom, 2,600 ft country rancher has an attached one bedroom in-law suite. The secondary house on the property has some new updates. Large 28’ x 30’ workshop, multiple outbuildings, chicken coop and well-established garden beds with an orchard. Country living at its best, within close proximity to all the amenities!
760 Virginia Road - Coombs, BC
From Parksville, head towards Coombs on Highway 4A, turn right on Virginia Road and follow to end of Virginia Road.
Coombs is a small community on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, situated on highway 4A approximately 10 km west of Parksville. Coombs is home to approximately 1,500 people and is renowned for its Old Country Market (which features a family of goats living on the roof), Butterfly World (which includes a small indoor tropical rainforest), the 106-year-old Coombs Fall Fair and the Coombs Bluegrass Festival held every BC Day weekend. The Coombs Fair Grounds is an active place throughout the year. The Rodeo Grounds just up the highway heading towards Port Alberni is a successful and active place during the summer months. Along with the United Church and just over the French Creek Bridge is the French Creek School, opened in 1912, which closed in 2015 but is used now as a Coombs Community Commons. French Creek school was a huge asset to the community for over 100 years.
Equestrian trails, fishing, hunting.
The community was established in 1910 under a Salvation Army emigration plan to relocate people from the crowded cities in Great Britain. This new town was named after Commissioner Thomas Bales Coombs, head of the Salvation Army movement in Canada in the early 1900s. Coombs was retiring in 1911 so the Salvation Army honored him by naming the new Vancouver Island colony after him.
49°18'55.52"N and 124°25'1.50"W
Lot 4, District Lot 141, Nanoose and Newcastle Districts, Plan 2273, Except those parts in Plans 33017 and VIP54262
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