An incredibly rare offering, and your chance to have your own private island!
Sear Island, the crown jewel of the Flat Top Group, is located off the south tip of Gabriola Island. Nestled in the protected waters of Silva Bay and in the heart of yachting paradise that are the Southern Gulf Islands.
Boasting 28 acres of pristine, natural beauty and host to an abundance of land, air and marine wildlife. Sear Island has all the amenities a private island owner could ask for. It is one of the rare private gulf islands that is fully serviced by BC Hydro by way of submarine power line from Gabriola Island. Three wells in combination with a comprehensive desalination system provides you with endless fresh water. A legal, 90-foot, deep-water dock allows for moorage of multiple vessels upward of 100 feet in length. The main 5-bedroom, 3-bathroom house, is located on the Southeastern tip, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding marine landscape. Additionally, a secondary, 1000 square foot waterfront guest cabin is located a short 5 minute walk down the road. The island is conveniently split into two separate, legal titles, allowing you to build an additional two dwellings to suit your needs.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the most sought-after private islands in Canada’s pacific coastal waters.
The Southern Gulf Islands are located in the Strait of Georgia, between Vancouver and Southern Vancouver Island. Sear Island can be reached from Vancouver by way of private float plane in just 15 minutes or boat in 30 minutes. The surrounding waters are warm in the summer months and are home to an abundance of sea life including orca, sea lions, salmon, a variety of shellfish and so much more. This diverse ecosystem is thriving with all forms of life, and is ready to be explored and enjoyed by all. Sear Island is located in the protected waters of Silva Bay, placing it at the epicenter of yachting paradise. Neighbouring Tugboat Island, owned by the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club, is a popular stopping point for yachters exploring the surrounding waters.