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Riverwood Project - Comox Valley Courtenay, British Columbia

$33,000,000

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  • $33,000,000 Price

Essential Information

  • Price$33,000,000
  • Price (Euro)€22,497,518
  • TypeLand / Lot
  • StatusActive
  • EV IDCA-0021S1

Community Information

  • SubdivisionComox Valley
  • CityCourtenay
  • ProvinceBritish Columbia
  • Postal CodeV9J 1P9

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Riverwood Project - Comox Valley

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Features

Bare Land, Clear views, Private, Wooded/Treed

Exterior

  • Lot DescriptionTreed, Private, Accessible
  • Lot Size385 Acres

Property Description for Riverwood Project - Comox Valley

Opportunity to invest in Vancouver Island's booming real estate market. 385 acres rich in British Columbia's natural beauty is primed for development. This vast acreage provides the potential for 700+/- lots; with commercial and retail components to sustain the development, and create a destination. Comox Valley is easily accessible by air; the location is just 5 minutes away from downtown Courtney; houses one of Canada's military bases; and is nearby to year-round recreation activities. Renown Stotan Falls, Mount Washington Ski Resort; Golf & Spa Resorts; and a multitude of hiking and mountain biking destinations can be enjoyed in Vancouver Island's temperate climate. Comox, has been voted one of the Top 10 Investment locations in BC is as attractive to retirees, young families, and investors alike. The affordability, rugged beauty and tranquility of the area makes this an investment opportunity forecast to excel!

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