Nanoose Bay

Nanoose Bay is a community of about 5,000 people, located between Nanaimo and Parksville and falls within the Regional District of Nanaimo. The Nanoose Bay real estate market offers homebuyers a scenic escape from city life.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.4M
Lowest Price $200K
Highest Price $6.7M
Total Listings 48
Avg. Days On Market 65
Avg. Price/SQFT $595

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One of the biggest attractions of Nanoose homes for sale are the spectacular ocean views. Boat enthusiasts will also enjoy living next to Schooner Cove Marina. With 400 berths it is a destination for boaters from throughout the Pacific Northwest. Fairwinds Golf Club, another local favourite was also recently named the Best Golf Course on Vancouver Island in 2013 by BC Living Magazine. Great for retirees and families alike, Nanoose Bay puts you in a picturesque community with an abundance of recreation at your doorstep.

Nanoose Bay Elementary School
Aspengrove School (Jk-12)
Dover Bay Secondary School

Businesses & Amenities

  • Red Gap Centre: home to banks, grocery store, post office, coffe shops and close to the local elementary school and library.
  • Nanoose Edibles Farm
  • The Rocking Horse Pub, an authentic English-style pub with garden patio
  • The Landing West Coast Grill, located within Pacific Shores, has a breathtaking floor-to-ceiling 27,000L saltwater aquarium with native ocean life to entertain diners.

Parks in the area
Moorecroft Regional Park - The 34 hectare park includes shoreline and spectacular views across the Georgia Strait. Two intermittent creeks run through the property, and two eagle nesting sites have been identified. The property also contains a wetland area known as Skipsey Lake, an open field and a network of walking trails.

Beachcomber Regional Parks - Small but precious, this accessible one hectare oceanside park was acquired by the RDN in 1955. It's situated at the end of Nanoose's Beachcomber Peninsula and offers spectacular views west across Craig Bay to Parksville and Mount Arrowsmith and north across the Strait of Georgia to the mainland coastal mountains. At low tide, large flat rocks are exposed which makes great territory for exploring and tide pool investigating. Away from the sea, enjoy short walking trails through Arbutus, Douglas-fir and Gary Oak woodland.

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