Salt Spring Island’s real estate speaks for itself (as does its beauty). The natural parks and landscape of the Island are what make the island so attractive for second and third home buyers—even in a market like today’s.
Burgoyne Bay Provincial Park
Burgoyne Bay Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada located on southwestern Saltspring Island near Fulford Harbour and facing northwest to Sansum Narrows, which is the channel between Saltspring and Vancouver Island. It is 334 hectares in size and was established via private land acquisition. Mount Maxwell Provincial Park lies adjacent, to the north. Burgoyne Bay was named in 1859 by Captain Richards for Commander Hugh Talbot Burgoyne VC, an officer aboard HMS Ganges.
Burgoyne Bay was a First Nation gathering place.
There is much spiritual and cultural significance connected to this land, including the creation story of the Hul’qumi’num people.
From the more recent past, there are various old and historic farm buildings in the park which are currently being restored.Today, this area contains the last undeveloped salmon-bearing estuaries on Salt Spring. Stroll the beaches or hike the surrounding trail and enjoy the peaceful solitude of this protected bay
129 Burgoyne Bay Road, Salt Spring Island | Nature’s Estate
Wonderful as new custom timber peg home offers an appealing organic design and lovely finishing choices.
Mainly level property offers arable land/pasture, plus a woodlot forest (walk your own trails) — one could be self-sufficient here! Property also offers double garage / workshop / “barn” structure, and a separate studio.
Located close to hiking / walking trails, adjacent to huge park / greenbelt reserve acreage, and just mere minutes to Burgoyne Bay. One could have a mooring buoy for your boat here!
A beautiful home on beautiful land; come & enjoy the pastoral setting!
Also, there is an Adjacent undeveloped 10 acres, with pasture and forest, which is also available for purchase.
Price recently reduced to $1,095,000. An extremely rare find, indeed.
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