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Port Alice - VERY REASONABLE 7 Unit Apartment in Excellent Condition ... Great Fishing
Port Alice - VERY REASONABLE 7 Unit Apartment in Excellent Condition ... Great Fishing
WOW - renovated 7 unit apartment block across the street from the Rumble Beach Marina, the hospital and large park. Each unit has 2 bedrooms with 4 units furnished. Port Alice is metamorphing into a beautiful coastal retirement village. Perfect short term rentals.
  • Size: 0.41 of an acre
  • Price: NEW PRICE $417,500
  • Listing Agent: Kurt Nielsen - kurt@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-898-7200
Description :

A totally updated 7 suite (2 bedrooms each) apartment building is perfect for in-demand short term rentals to fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts alike. You can stay in one suite and rent out six suites on your chosen basis.

The marina is just across the street and some suites have fine views. Four of the units are furnished and all come with appliances, there is shared laundry facilities and heat is provided through floor radiators from a central boiler. There are carports and storage lockers for each tenant, and the all amenities and shopping is just a short walk away. The RCMP station is located just behind the property. The ideal holding for a group or family purchase, rent it out for most of the year (onsite manager may be available) and go fishing and exploring for the summer months.

Marinaside Suites
Location : 1111 Marine Drive - Port Alice, North Vancouver Island
Access : From the Ferry Terminal at Departure Bay take Highway 19 and head north past Port McNeill and halfway to Port Hardy turn left on Highway 30 and it’s 30 km to Port Alice.
Improvements : 7,226 ft² building with 7 self-contained suites and a 7 stall carport. Central propane boiler provides heat. The apartments are serviced by municipal water and sanitary sewer. Located directly across the street from a large park and the Rumble Beach Marina and boat launch.
Investment Features : Four furnished suites and more to come, a lot of recent updates including windows, flooring, bathroom, heating system and appliances. Located across the street from the marina. The town is having a bit of a revival as retirees are finding the reasonable housing, community spirit and outdoor beauty to their liking. The pulp mill has been closed down for several years and is unlikely to re-open ... the pulp mill smell is gone.
Services : High speed Internet, telephone, cell service, sewer and water.
Recreation :

Port Alice boasts a long list of excellent outdoor recreation opportunities in and around the community, including fishing, boating, golfing, hiking, mountain biking and camping. The Neroutsos Inlet, part of Quatsino Sound, offers prime saltwater fishing and presents many sheltered inlets and bays that are perfect for kayaking or diving. A short distance from the village, the Marble River Campsite on Highway 30, Link River and Spruce Bay Campsites on Alice Lake, Victoria Lake and the Port Alice RV Park are among the many possibilities for freshwater fishing, camping, swimming and outdoor recreation. The Marble River Trail, located just off Highway 30, features a hiking trail to breathtaking Bear Falls.

Mountain bikers and hikers can experience the Rumble Mountain Bike Trail, offering beginner and advanced downhill and cross-country trails just behind the village. Explorers also love the unique land features such as Devil’s Bath, Disappearing River and Eternal Fountain, rare limestone formations that are part of a karst system that honeycombs the region.

Within the Village the Seawalk, a wheelchair-accessible pathway, offers visitors a chance to wander along the community coastline, have a picnic or journey to Walk-out Island at low tide. The Seawalk also provides excellent vantage points for wildlife viewing. Many species of birds, migrating salmon, orca and grey whales and Stellar sea lions all visit Neroutsos Inlet at different times throughout the year. If you are keen to get onto the water, there are fishing and wildlife viewing charters available.

Area Data :

The Village of Port Alice is a picturesque community built on a mountainside affording excellent views of Neroutsos Inlet from every vantage point. It is accessed via a short, scenic drive on a newly paved section of highway (Highway 30). The community is a gateway to the wild west coast where visitors can explore further via logging road or boat to areas like Side Bay, Gooding Cove, Harvey Cove, Brooks Peninsula and Klaskino Inlet.

For more information visit portalice.ca.

History : The town was named after Alice Whalen, the founders' mother. The brothers Whalen began their construction of the mill at its present site in 1917, with first pulp produced in 1918. The mill at Swanson Bay, on the Inside Passage farther north, was also a Whalen operation. Port Alice bears a resemblance to Port Annie, the fictional town described by Vancouver Island author Jack Hodgins in his novel The Resurrection of Joseph Bourne. The new orchid hybrid "Port Alice" has been officially listed at London England in the Royal Horticultural Society's Book of Registered Orchid Hybrids. This slipper-type flower is the result of crossing a complex hybrid Paphiopedilum "Western Sky" with a species Paphiopedilum appletonianum ... hmmmmmm, interesting.
Zoning : Multi-family.
Legal : Lot 13, Block 3, District Lot 2137, Land District 49, VIP17299
PID 001-865-676
Taxes : $1,983.91 (2017)
Boundaries : Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
Map Reference : 50°25'30.75"N and 127°29'7.78"W
Listing # : 18221