A collection of both oceanfront and inland 10-acre properties covering the entire Southwest side of the island. Views of Strait of Georgia, Vancouver Island, Pasley Islands, Sunshine Coast. This Master Planned Community has been designed with s sustainability approach. You can learn more about the developer's vision here.
This area started development back in the 60s through to the 80s. Every home is a little bit different and are primarily hillside and inland properties. The view properties overlook the Strait of Georgia, Vancouver Island, Pasley Islands, Sunshine Coast.
Tunstall Bay beach is a beautiful spot - popular for swimming, kayaking and paddling- and is known for its awe inspiring sunsets. The Tunstall Bay clubhouse
is a membership based facility which offers a social space, pickleball and tennis courts and space to store kayaks/paddleboards. The properties are serviced by municipal water and individual septic fields.
Some would argue that Sealeigh Beach is one of the best on the island, and personally I think some of the best sunsets can be caught from Bowen Bay. These neighborhoods on the West side of the island enjoy warm sunny evenings and are located about 20 minutes from the ferry and the ‘hustle and bustle’ of the Cove. Most of the development took place from the 70s through to the 90s.
Blue Water is a neighborhood of approximately 150 homes on the West side of Bowen Island mainly developed in the 70s through to the 90s. There’s a mixture of ocean front properties, and hillside view properties throughout the area. King Edward Bay has been under development since 2007. Both areas are serviced by Municipal water and septic fields.
Ocean front + hillside + inland. North facing. Views of Gibsons, Collingwood Channel, Gambier Island. Mainly developed in 1930s to 1990s. Wells/creeks. Septic fields.
This coveted neighborhood started as a summer colony back in the 1920s, and to this day family roots and histories run deep. It’s now a mix of summer cottages and year round residents. A collection of 90 homeowners share amenities such as tennis courts, a soccer field, a community dock and a hall for dances and parties. You basically need to be born into acquiring a home in this community!
Eagle Cliff is a narrow strip of waterfront land on the east side of Bowen Island and expands up the hillside. The higher up properties enjoy breathtaking views of the Howe Sound and the North Shore mountains. The steep roads in this area are not for the faint of heart, but once you get used to them the views and the sunrises make it all worthwhile.Development in these areas started back in the 1940s through to the 90s. Serviced by municipal water and individual septic fields.
Ocean front + hillside + inland. East facing with views of Howe Sound, North Shore mountains, West Vancouver, Vancouver. Mainly developed in 1930s to 2000s. Served by Municipal water. Septic fields.