Find your ideal waterfront home in the Comox Valley
Picture this – your home sits on the ocean, surrounded by tantalizing views that never grow old, fresh clean air and opportunities aplenty for truly experiencing Island living on your doorstep. You embrace the tranquility, you walk the shoreline with your loved ones, you fish, swim, sail, enjoy all that the ocean has to offer, and then enjoy a quiet drink on your patio overlooking the deep blue beyond.
Here’s a fact that will pique your attention: the Comox Valley has more waterfront living than you might expect.
From the Valley’s southernmost point at Fanny Bay to its northernmost edge at Black Creek, there are many enticing waterfront real estate opportunities that offer the life you’re looking for.
Waterfront property in Fanny Bay/Buckley Bay/Union Bay
These small, historical hamlets are located in and around Baynes Sound on the southern edge of the Comox Valley. Known for luscious oysters, shellfish and other culinary delights, each little town has a relaxed, artsy vibe with some beautifully designed waterfront homes featuring exquisite views, modern living and invigorating sea breezes.
Waterfront property in Royston:
A little community with just the right mix of action and relaxation, Royston offers plenty of oceanside real estate opportunities for water-loving folk. With coffee shops, markets, pubs and more, and only minutes from downtown Courtenay, Royston has all the trimmings of waterfront bliss and should well be on your radar if you’re looking for waterfront property on Vancouver Island.
Waterfront property in Comox: 13,000 strong and located on the southern coast of the Comox Peninsula on the Salish Sea, Comox is a spectacular little town boasting first-class amenities and overlooking the iconic Comox Glacier. There are myriad oceanfront real estate opportunities interspersed along the perimeter of the peninsula, offering the very best of West Coast living in the Comox Valley.
Waterfront property on Williams Beach/Miracle Beach: Nestled in a pristine area of second growth forest just north of Merville and Black Creek, this area is one of the few remaining sections of Crown Land on the east coast of Vancouver Island. Quiet, quaint and chilled, there are some beautiful waterfront houses along the foreshore that will encourage your imagination to run wild.
Want to learn more about waterfront living in the Comox Valley? Contact Leah Reichelt at RE/MAX Ocean Pacific Realty for exceptional real estate service with a smile!
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