Quatsino Rural Oceanfront Recreational Residential Development
This is the first recreational residential development of this kind in Quatsino Sound. This development is situated along the south-east shoreline, just north-east of Kewquodie Creek approximately midway out the inlet to the open Pacific Ocean from Coal Harbour. The region and the inlet provide access to a number of substantial inlets and over 100 miles of shoreline to explore.
This exceptional development includes 12 oceanfront acreages averaging 2.5 acres overall and 180ft-200ft wide with lowbank walk-on oceanfront ranging from 180ft – 260ft plus three upland acreages of 13.5 acres, 44.7 acres and 65.4 acres, all of which benefit from substantial protected moorage facilities.
This boat access development also enjoys the benefit of limited Forest Service Road access from the coastal hamlet of Port Alice, near the head of Neroutsos Inlet. This is a great option for access and bringing building materials and equipment to the properties.
The oceanfront acreages offer a variety of appealing features. Each property has low-bank, easy access oceanfront that is nicely treed. Some of the acreages have a predominantly flat topography with nice grassy meadow areas. Others gradually rise in elevation as they reach the internal road which borders the back of all the oceanfront acreages.
The properties have beautiful building sites in the lower areas closer to the ocean. On lots 4 and 5 the escarpment reaches closer to the ocean the preferred building location may be on top of the escarpment, which rises approx. 30ft.
Domestic water is available to each property from a series of dug, shallow wells and/or spring water. The spring water is quite prolific in one location and a containment reservoir has been created. Driveways have been constructed from the primary access road bordering the rear of the acreages to within close proximity of what will likely be the preferred building locations.