marcated the lot lines so that each sites’s view and privacy was maximized.”
With its King Edward Bay development, Sorensen Fine Homes has taken the simplicity of the island lifestyle and put it together in an understated, upscale way.
Just 39 home sites sit on 19.4 hectares of oceanfront property, where homeowners custom design their retreats.
At King Edward Bay, buyers purchase under a bareland strata or condo arrangement.
While people will own their individual homes, they will share common costs on things like snow removal, maintenance of sanitation systems, tree removal and liability insurance.
The home sites include 15 oceanfront parcels, 18 waterview lots and six meadow and forest properties of 0.2 to 0.4 hectares.
Only 11 home sites are still available. These include four waterfront lots from $899,000 to $997,500, three water-view parcels ranging from $299,000 to $399,000, and two meadow properties from $249,000 to $299,000.
Two meadow sites with homes already built are also available:
The Island Farmhouse — a newly constructed, 1,800-square-foot three-bedroom home on a 0.28-hectare lot priced at $599,000;
The Island Cottage — a newly constructed, 2,100-square-foot, threebedroom home with a garage on a 0.24-hectare forest lot for $699,000.
Homes in King Edward Bay are designed to fit with the land, embracing the island, nature and heritage that results in a West Coast sparkle and charm.
“We encourage future residents to actively engage with us to help design their new homes,” says Sorensen, developer of King Edward Bay. “Many of our clients are at- tracted to our neighbourhood because it meets their requirements: modern living in an island setting, easy access to the city, and a home designed and built just for their needs.”
Owners can work with Sorensen Fine Homes — or work with other builders if they wish, designing and building a home of their choosing.
Private docks and mooring are allowed with governmental agency approval.
Buyers get to relax on decks like these in the development.