Calgary herald ocated on more than six hectares (15 acres) overlooking the scenic Strait of Georgia, Qualicum Landing has been called one of the “last remaining spectacular waterfront properties” on Vancouver Island.
“What sets Qualicum Landing apart is our walk-on waterfront, our ocean view and our quality-built homes,” says marketing director Anna DiFiore.
“Plus, we have a clubhouse with pool and hot tub, sports court and we’ve also established a community garden.”
Located in a quiet rural area, 10 minutes from the town of Qualicum Beach, the development consists of 62 luxury beach houses ranging from two-bedroom/two-bath homes in the 1,070-sq.ft. range, up to 2,000-sq.-ft., three-bedroom plus den floor plans.
“Our homes are built by Palladian Developments, a builder of high-end homes on the Island,” says DiFiore. “And so the quality of our finishings are top-notch … the homes come with everything you need.”
The first nine phases have been sold out, but more home sites remain. Site amenities such as the clubhouse were built early on, so there’s no waiting for amenities to catch up with development.
DiFiore says Qualicum Landing has attracted a diverse group of buyers, ranging from retirees planning to move to the area full time, to young families looking to invest in a second home, both as a vacation escape and for later retirement.
“They want a property that can grow with their family for the next 20 years,” says DiFiore. “They want to leave a legacy for their children.”
Prices start in the $399,000s. For information, visit qualicumlanding.com.
The Arbutus is a Cape Cod-style home with ample room for outdoor living.