Substantial BC Coast Acreage
Significant coastal acreage on the BC mainland in Queen Charlotte Strait, tucked in behind the Raynor group of islands just east of Blunden Harbour. Port Hardy on northern Vancouver Island is 14 nautical miles from the property. This substantial property is approx. 310 acres with 3,900ft of diverse, typical west-coast oceanfront. The frontage enjoys southern exposure, 180 panoramic views from east to west and is relatively low to moderate bank with a number of rock outcrops as well as two bays. The western oceanfront corner is nicely tucked in behind one of the Raynor islands, providing some protection for moorage. There is a private lake situated on the western side of the property approx. a third of a way back from the ocean. The entire lake is within the boundaries of the property and appears to be approx. 7 acres in size. There is a substantial creek, Cohoe Creek, which crosses almost the entire rear portion of the property.