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    Yellow Point Estate Property - Ladysmith, BC

    Vancouver Island & Southern Gulf Islands Listing No. 24101

    Nestled in Cedar’s Yellow Point area, this 102-acre property features diverse landscapes including rainforests, meadows, and oceanfront access. It includes a 2-bedroom cabin and is ideal for a private estate or future subdivision development.


    102.15 acres

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    Nestled in the tranquil Yellow Point area of Vancouver Island, this expansive property spans over 102 acres and showcases a breathtaking blend of diverse landscapes. From the lush West Coast rainforest, with a meandering creek and serene pond, to sun-kissed meadows and striking sandstone plateaus, the estate offers an impressive array of natural beauty. Adding to its allure, the property features direct access to a pristine walk-on waterfront beach overlooking Stuart Channel.

    The estate presents a multitude of potential uses. It can serve as a grand private estate or continue with the current subdivision application already in progress, providing a unique investment opportunity. Existing structures on the property include a cozy 2-bedroom cabin and various outbuildings, adding rustic charm and practical value to the estate.

    Zoned A2 within the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR), this property combines the peace and privacy of rural living with the convenience of proximity to both Nanaimo and Ladysmith. Whether you're looking to create a personal haven or explore development potential, this property offers both the space and versatility to realize your vision.


    3850 Yellow Point Road - Ladysmith, BC


    From Ladysmith, take the Trans-Canada Highway North approximately 5 km, turn right on Cedar Road and follow for approximately 2.6 km. Turn right on Yellow Point Road and follow for 5.3 km. Access to 3850 Yellow Point Road will be to your right.

    Area Data

    Ladysmith is a picturesque town situated on the eastern coast of Vancouver Island. With a population of around 9,000 residents, Ladysmith offers a blend of small-town charm and natural beauty. The town is known for its stunning ocean views, rich history, and vibrant arts scene. Ladysmith's historic downtown core features well-preserved heritage buildings, quaint shops, and cozy cafes, providing a charming backdrop for residents and visitors alike. Ladysmith is surrounded by lush forests, rolling hills, and scenic waterfronts, offering ample opportunities for outdoor recreation such as hiking, boating, and beachcombing.

    Ladysmith boasts a thriving community with a range of amenities and services to support residents' needs. The town is home to schools, healthcare facilities, recreational centers, and various community organizations. Residents enjoy a high quality of life, with access to a wide range of cultural events, festivals, and recreational activities throughout the year. With its convenient location along major transportation routes, including the Trans-Canada Highway and the Island Highway, Ladysmith offers easy access to nearby urban centers such as Nanaimo and Victoria, making it an attractive place to live for those seeking a balance between small-town living and urban convenience.


    Ladysmith's vegetation reflects the rich biodiversity of the Pacific Northwest, with a mix of coastal, forested, and riparian ecosystems contributing to its scenic beauty and ecological importance.


    Ladysmith offers a variety of recreation opportunities due to its stunning natural surroundings and vibrant community. Whether you're a nature lover, outdoor enthusiast, or culture buff, Ladysmith has something to offer for everyone. Here are some popular options:

    Transfer Beach Park

    This beachfront park is a favorite spot for locals and visitors alike. You can enjoy swimming, picnicking, beachcombing, and walking along the beautiful shoreline. The park also has playgrounds, picnic areas, and stunning views of the ocean and surrounding islands.

    Hiking Trails

    Ladysmith and the surrounding area boast numerous hiking trails suitable for all skill levels. Whether you're looking for a leisurely stroll or a more challenging trek, you'll find trails that lead through forests, along coastlines, and to scenic viewpoints. Some popular trails include Heart Lake Trail, Holland Creek Trail, and Stocking Creek Falls Trail.

    Water Sports

    With its proximity to the ocean, Ladysmith offers excellent opportunities for water sports enthusiasts. You can go kayaking, paddleboarding, sailing, or boating in the waters around Ladysmith. There are also fishing charters available for those interested in angling.


    Golfers can enjoy a round or two at the local golf courses. Ladysmith Golf Club is a picturesque 9-hole course that offers a fun and challenging experience for golfers of all levels.


    Cycling is a popular activity in Ladysmith, thanks to its scenic roads and trails. You can explore the town and its surroundings on two wheels, whether you prefer road cycling or mountain biking. The area offers routes that cater to both leisurely rides and more adventurous cycling adventures.

    Arts and Culture

    Ladysmith has a thriving arts and culture scene, with galleries, studios, and cultural events throughout the year. You can explore local art galleries, attend live performances, or participate in workshops and classes to unleash your creativity.

    Events and Festivals

    Throughout the year, Ladysmith hosts various events and festivals that showcase its community spirit and cultural heritage. From the Ladysmith Festival of Lights during the holiday season to the Ladysmith Days celebration in the summer, there's always something happening in town.


    Ladysmith has a rich history that dates back to the late 19th century. The town's origins can be traced to the establishment of coal mines in the area in the 1880s. Coal mining played a significant role in shaping Ladysmith's early development, attracting settlers and workers to the region. The town was named after Ladysmith, South Africa, in honor of the British victory in the Siege of Ladysmith during the Second Boer War, reflecting the British colonial influence of the time.

    The coal mining industry thrived in Ladysmith for several decades, driving economic growth and prosperity in the community. However, by the mid-20th century, the coal industry began to decline, leading to a shift in Ladysmith's economy. In the latter half of the 20th century, Ladysmith diversified its economy, embracing forestry, agriculture, and tourism as key sectors. The town's picturesque setting and historic charm attracted visitors and new residents, further contributing to its growth and development.

    Today, Ladysmith is known for its vibrant community spirit, cultural heritage, and natural beauty. The town continues to evolve, balancing its historic roots with modern amenities and opportunities. Ladysmith's historic downtown core, with its well-preserved heritage buildings and thriving arts scene, serves as a testament to its past while looking towards the future as a dynamic and welcoming community on Vancouver Island.

    Map Reference

    49° 2'15.62"N and 123°45'37.80"W

    Investment Features

    Development/subdivision potential.


    • Hydro
    • Drilled wells
    • Septic

    Tax Details

    $347.49 (2023)




    PID 026-066-815

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    Our property descriptions and geographical information are taken from the BC Assessment Authority, Land Titles Office, government maps and other sources. While LandQuest® does not guarantee the information, we believe it to be accurate, but should not be relied upon without verification. This communication is not intended to cause or induce breach of an existing agency agreement.