Nanoose Bay

The Nanoose Bay Peninsula offers a wide range of west coast living opportunities. From Fairwinds which has grown to have its own focus point to the smaller communities known as Madrona, Beachcomber, Dolphin Beach and Red Gap. All offer an interesting glimpse into west coast living from the most affordable up to private waterfront estates. The area has two marinas to moor or launch from or buy the freshest seafood available. Golf away at Fairwinds and join the rec centre. Walk the trails and visit the special Moorecroft Waterfront Regional Park. Red Gap has lots of history in the area and offers a popular QF grocery store, medical practitioners, coffee shop and other smaller venues. Residential housing in this area has offered some of the more affordable housing in the district. The central Nanoose Peninsula is home to larger tracts of farmland. Check out the farm gate opportunities here. Dolphin Beach and Beachcomber are lovely communities that follow the shoreline along the Strait of Georgia. They started out as cottage country and still retain that peaceful flavour. However the cottages in many cases have been renovated or replaced with interesting homes of all shapes and sized. Everyone loves having the close proximately to the water. Madrona is located closer in to the edge of Parksville. Larger lots and a residential feel since the beginning, it is a very popular area for residential living. Check out the beach accesses and walk the waterfront areas. The Nanoose peninsula offers cottage to mansion, small lot to small acreage to larger farmland. This is an area that has become a natural destination for artisans to work, play and be inspired. There is a small section of start housing which is all water orients. Commercial development is limited and strategic. Enjoy dining at the local Rocking Horse pub, out at Fairwinds or closer in to town. With Nanoose bay being situated between Parksville and Nanaimo everything is close by. A comfortable place to live and enjoy Vancouver Island.

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