COURT ORDERED SALE! This 65 acre property is a prime property which will produce lots with some of the most spectacular ocean views to be found on the sunshine coast.
This 65 acre property is one of the three large remaining acreages slated for future development in the Sakinaw Ridge development at Pender Harbour on the Sunshine Coast. Lot 31 is a prime property which will produce lots with some of the most spectacular ocean views to be found on the sunshine coast. The property also has frontage on Lee Road and with services already installed it may provide an opportunity to subdivide some lots without requiring road construction.
Roads have been paved and services including sewer, water, hydro and telephone installed to service these properties in preparation for future phases of the development providing excellent infrastructure value. Offered for sale by court order these lots provide an opportunity to acquire development land at a great price.
Sakinaw Ridge is a dramatic development offering oceanfront, lakefront, panoramic view acreages and fully serviced estate sized properties. This is a great holding property only a 40 minute ferry ride, but a lifestyle away from Vancouver.
Located on Sakinaw Drive in prestigious Sakinaw Ridge near Garden Bay on BC’s Sunshine Coast
Ferry from Horseshoe Bay in Vancouver to Langdale on the Sunshine Coast it is a scenic one-hour drive from the ferry. Turn left at the Petro-Can and follow the signs to Sakinaw Ridge.
Pender Harbour Area
North of Halfmoon Bay are three communities surrounding “the Harbour,” Madeira Park, Garden Bay and Irvines Landing. Pender Harbour first became famous for its fabulous fishing, artists, photographers, hikers, canoers, kayakers and golfers have discovered the area’s stunning natural beauty and attractive resorts that anglers have long known about. Charter or rent a canoe, kayak or motor boat to explore the area by water. Divers say the harbor is one of the world’s best sites for underwater exploration and photography - especially in the winter months. In September there is an annual jazz festival.
Sunshine Coast Area
There’s a good reason why they call it the Sunshine Coast, it has some 2,400 hours of sun a year, making it sunnier and drier than other coastal areas. Technically it is part of the mainland coast, stretching 180 km (110 miles) along the northeast shores of the Strait of Georgia beneath the Coast Mountains, from Howe Sound to Desolation Sound. But this coast feels more like an island, just a few miles as the seagull flies from downtown Vancouver, the Sunshine Coast can only be reached by boat or air. It depends on car carrying BC Ferries making the 40 minute trip from Horseshoe Bay to Langdale as its lifeline. The car and boat trip from downtown only takes about 2 hours in total, but it delivers you to another world. It also connects to Vancouver Island via the 1 hour 15 minute BC Ferry cruise from Powell River on the Upper Sunshine Coast to Comox.
Peace and quiet reign in secluded beaches, bays and fjords, and lush forests of red cedar and Douglas fir. Wildlife is abundant on land, in the air and in the water. Deer, raccoons, eagles, osprey, sea lions and seals abound. Fishing and shell fishing are super, with five species of salmon as well as rainbow, steelhead, kokanee and cutthroat trout. Although some commute to Vancouver, most people live and work in small communities strung along the main road that threads the coast from south to north HWY 101.
Sakinaw Lake is the perfect waterfront eco-paradise get away offering an endless variety of activities including boating, fishing and camping. Nestled in a beautiful mountainous valley the properties located on the pristine waters of Sakinaw Lake are highly prized.
Boating, fishing, camping
See maps and plans included
49°38'47.23"N and 124° 3'57.44"W
Paved roads, sewer, water, telephone
RU1, subdivision district G1 (minimum parcel size 1 ha)
Sunshine Coast Regional District
Lot 31, District Lots 3921 and 3922, Group 1, New Westminster District, Plan BCP23871
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