Locally known as “the A Frame in Granite Bay” this Quadra Island property offers amazing ocean views, a sense of history, and space to settle. Granite Bay is on the NW coast of Quadra Island with convenient road access (paved to gravel) and is approximately 25 minutes from the ferry terminal at Quathiaski Cove. Granite Bay provides excellent protected deep-water moorage or anchorage, a community dock and a public boat launch. This location is an excellent jump off point for fishing, kayaking and numerous other activities within this world renowned Discovery Island region. Kanish View Dr and Granite Bay Rd surround the bay on two sides and create a small community of residential homes. The offering includes two lots, totaling approximately 4 acres with 1200ft of oceanfront. There is a lot of history on this property, from First Nations to European settlers and more recent Quadra Island heritage. At one time it served as the location of the post office in Granite Bay, and the A frame cabin (now derelict) was well known by boaters and residents of the island. Entering from Granite Bay Rd, the roadway comes into the property at the oceanfront, winding along the bottom of the property. There is a good walking path that continues from the roadway to the far back corner of the property. The property is nicely treed for the most part, but with a gentle, gradual slope the entire property is easy to access. While the area around the old cabin site is cleared the old cabin remains are not safe to access. There is an outhouse behind the cabin site, and some other signs of habitation throughout the property. The views across Granite Bay from the property are stunning. BC Hydro power is available for the property, running near the top property line. A water license for domestic water use is in place on Larson Creek, which enters Granite Bay at the south end of the property. At one point this provided the water for the A frame on the property.