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Views of the harbour, marina and downtown core from this waterfront condo. All Tofino has to offer mere steps away.
A four-bedroom two-bathroom executive suite with two levels of luxury living in one of Canada’s most sought-after locales. Sub Zero and Miele appliances in an open-concept kitchen. The top floor has 11-foot ceilings, granite countertops and custom cabinetry. A gas fireplace centres the dining area for cozy moments on rainy nights. The main level contains the exquisite master with five -piece ensuite, gas fireplace and a private patio. two additional bedrooms with walk-in closets, one smaller bedroom with patio access, laundry room and three-piece bathroom round out the main floor.
This suite has a total of four patios to remain in touch with the nature and the culture of the west coast and provide the opportunity for views in every direction.
Underground parking and further storage on the lowest level with a spa and restaurant within the building. A unique property on the peninsula. This is living.
Tofino has a population of just under 2000 residents. Today, Tofino welcomes between 750,000 and a million visitors annually. The recognition of Clayoquot Sound by the United Nations as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in January 2000 is the region’s most recent international distinction, recognizing the area as one of unparalleled natural and cultural riches.
LIFESTYLE AND RECREATION
The west coast of Vancouver Island has beaches, parks, waterfront promenade, restaurants, galleries, shops, an aquarium and a marina. Recreation would include surfing, fishing, whale watching, kayaking, camping, hiking, storm watching, swimming, bicycling and beach combing. Tofino has mild winters yet cool summers making it a temperate oceanic zone.
AMENITIES / TRANSPORTATION
The area can be accessed via plane, boat, bus or any other personal vehicle. There is the standard town facilities such as parks, library,
The town is named after the Tofino inlet, which in turn was named after Admiral Vicente Tofino. The Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations have made Clayoquot Sound their home for several thousand years. The current town site of Tofino was officially established in 1909 on the Esowista peninsula. The village of Tofino was first incorporated in 1932. In 1959 a long-awaited logging road was punched through the mountains between Port Alberni and the coast. Today, Tofino is tourism and the economy is as well.
Tofino is a collection of houses of all ages and styles. There are the iconic west coast design homes but every other type of building both in commercial and residential markets. There are a total of 307 dwellings in Tofino. 54% of houses are single detached houses, walk up condos @ 16%, duplexes is 11.5%, semi-detached houses 9%, row houses are 6%, moveable dwellings at 3% and the remain uncategorized housing. 80.2% of homes are owner occupied and 20% are renter occupied.
The schools are part of the Alberni School District and have all levels K-12 available within the district. Residents of Ucluelet and nearby Tofino share schools and services.
Tofino is 40 km northwest of Ucluelet. It is also 126 km west of Port Alberni and 316 km northwest of Victoria. Tofino is located in a geographical region called Clayoquot Sound.