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Hedi Kottner

Phone : 250-539-9944
Fax : 250-539-2097


SOLD on August 17, 2018. Lovely, secluded ocean view property set on 3 acres of West Coast forest. Walk the nearby forest or hike along the walk-on-sandstone beach of the Salish Sea to Cooks Cove, a popular swimming bay. a winding driveway leads through a lush forest down to a choice house site. Power is along Sticks Allison Road. Drilled well is easily accessible from the driveway. This property is truly a gem for the nature lover, gardener, photographer, kayaker and swimmer.



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MLS Type Lot Size Zoning Size Bedrooms Bathrooms
Waterview 3.08 acres RR 1724_Sticks_Allison_Road_West

You can walk in either direction on this expansive sandstone beaches.

Look for your favourite piece of driftwood and be inspired by the interesting sandstone formations.

Moss-covered heritage park along the shoreline.

View across the Salish Sea towards Bowen Island and the Whistler Mountains.

View towards the east. On a clear day you can see the majestic snow-covered Mt. Baker.

Meandering driveway leads through the west coast forest . Most of the property is level and useable.

Ferns, fir, alder, arbutus trees abound. Gardeners will surely find a good spot for their patch.

Choice house site with view of the ocean. You are permitted a house and guest cottage.

100 foot strip of protected heritage forest separates your property from the beach.

A small cleared area can be one of your house sites.

A cleared trail throught the heritage forest takes you down to the beach.

Lush moss meadow during the rainy season.

Nature channel is on 24 hours a day!

Be sure to bring your camera to capture memorable moments such as sea otters, seals or sea lions.

Rock lovers will never get tired to explore these rare tafoni beaches.

The beach in front of the park is quite flat and at low tide, it becomes an expansive rock

Carpets of wild flowers in the spring along the shoreline.

Hike along the interesting coast line west wards to get to Cooks Cove.

It is a popular swimming hole for locals. Water is much warmer than on the other side of the island.

Watch the summer sunset glow from your heated rocks.