320 pristine acres, 1,300 feet of ocean shoreline and approximately 3,000 feet of private lakefront on the Emerald Edge of paradise.
As the world gets smaller and remote possibilities decrease in opportunity, discriminating sport fishers and seekers of solace look north to that 10% of Canadian coastline known as the Emerald Edge. Defined by more than 25,000 kilometres, 40,000 islands, impossibly deep fjords, and quantum shades of green; the Emerald Edge boasts the largest, wildest intact temperate rainforest on the planet, as well as the most fertile and dramatic golden triangle of Pacific salmon and halibut fishing grounds. On the apex of the triangle – one hour by floatplane from Vancouver British Columbia, or 14 minutes from Campbell River – located on 138 hectares of prime real estate, bordering prolific fresh and salt water fishing grounds; Fawn Bluff represents one of very few opportunities for a qualified buyer to own a gorgeous move-in-ready, monetizable piece of paradise. Five years and tens of millions in the making, Fawn Bluff is without question, the quintessential Canadian retreat. Quite simply – perfect.