Lot For sale
Lt 7 Pearse Island, Pearse Island
||Private Setting, View - Mountain, View - Ocean, Park Setting, Rural Setting, Treed Lot, Wooded Area, Recreation Nearby, Quiet Area, Waterfront-Ocean, Potential Recreation, Recreational
This is a very appealing one acre oceanfront property situated in a picturesque bay on the west side of the largest of the Pearse Islands. Conveniently located just minutes away from Telegraph Cove and Port McNeill, this is a fantastic jump off point to enjoy all of the outdoor recreational activities this region has to offer. This level, beautifully forested 1 acre property is one of 18 privately owned properties in this small island development. The balance of Pearse Island is in the Cormorant Channel Marine Park. The property has 80ft of oceanfront slightly elevated from high water (+/- 8ft). It is fully forested. The topography is level and user-friendly throughout. There is a dedicated internal road network between the oceanfront lots and the larger lot behind which provides public access to four ocean locations within the development. Fishing is at your doorstep and the Broughton Archipelago region is recognized world-wide for the resident and transient whale populations. The Pearse Islands sits off the east coast of Vancouver Islands east of Cormorant Island. Cormorant Island is home to the community of Alert Bay. The nearby communities of Telegraph Cove and Port McNeill on Vancouver Island provide amenities and marina facilities. Surrounded by the mountains of Vancouver Island to the west and the Coast Range on the mainland of British Columbia the remote islands of the Broughton Archipelago Marine Park are undeveloped and provide outstanding cruising, kayaking, unlimited and unique fishing, exploring and wildlife watching and access to the many channels and inlets on the mainland. The region is home to a northern population of resident killer whales (Orcas), and other marine mammals including dolphins, harbour porpoise, porpoise, seals, and wintering sea lions. Other wildlife in the area includes deer, bears, shorebirds, seabirds, loons, and bald eagles. Vast numbers of salmon migrate through these waters providing excellent salmon fishing.