There’s Plenty of Real Estate Opportunity in the Land of Plenty
The Comox Valley is an undeniable gem of a place to call home. With a warmer than expected temperate climate, seemingly limitless outdoor adventures, oceanside living and close proximity the beautiful Beaufort Mountains, why wouldn’t you want to call this amazing place home? Don’t forget, this Valley is an agri-tourism hotspot with new breweries, wineries and farm to fork establishments opening every season! Sounds great, doesn’t it? It definitely is!
The City of Courtenay, Town of Comox, and the Village of Cumberland are the three main communities referred to as the Comox Valley. Located on the east coast of Vancouver Island, the Comox Valley is highly diverse in terms of real estate features and locations. Few places offer such a varied and vibrant mix of urban and rural lifestyles along with a lifetime of local destinations to explore. Many find the Comox Valley to be just the right size with all the conveniences of a major urban centre without the long commutes. With easy access to domestic and international flights via the Comox Valley Airport – YQQ, it’s easy to stay connected with activities elsewhere while still enjoying a slower and more affordable lifestyle. You’ll find plenty of opportunities to enjoy fine dining, spas, and boutique shopping.
For those who prefer a quiet rural setting, the outlying areas from Oyster River north to Fanny Bay south offer some of the best agricultural lands that Vancouver Island has to offer. If you’ve always dreamed of growing food for yourself or contributing to the locally grown food at a thriving local Farmer’s Market, the Comox Valley is ideal for commercial farming, hobby farms, or wineries.
If you’ve envisioned a lifestyle of hospitality and you’ve always wanted to own a vacation rental property, tourism accommodation, or bed and breakfast suite, the Comox Valley offers everything from alpine chalets and cabins in the forest to beachfront homes or downtown heritage homes. As a well-known tourist destination, you’ll take pride in sharing the abundance and history of the Comox Valley. Known as the Land of Plenty by indigenous K‘ómoks First Nation the region continues to provide plenty of reasons to visit and to stay. Nature lovers will find miles of wilderness to explore with forests, estuaries, hiking trails and shorelines. Recreation enthusiasts will enjoy cycling on country roads and bike trails, adventures by boat or kayak, skiing, and snowboarding, as well as ocean and river beaches. It’s hard to believe so much diversity can exist in one location.
The Comox Valley’s local music and arts scene is also thriving and welcoming, so if you’re looking for a place to call home where you can invest time in the arts, rekindle your creative passion, and find inspiration there are local theatre groups, artist studios, art galleries, choirs, open mics, and world-renowned festivals to feed your creative spirit.
The Comox Valley has been my home for all of my life and I am very proud of the community that has shaped my life and the lives of my family. Whether you’re looking for a long-term location to put down some roots, or want a chance to experience life on Vancouver Island, this is one of the finest places you could live.