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- 6.5 hours from Vancouver
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Newly renovated 5 bedroom, 2 bath home close to schools.
CAD$ 449,000 MLS Listing
Located at the northern end of beautiful Vancouver Island, Port Hardy is built along the shores of a natural deep-water harbour. The community is bordered on the east by water and on the west by the foothills of the Vancouver Island Mountain Range. Port Hardy is accessible via major transportation networks of road, air and water, and serves as the gateway to the fast-growing Central Coast and Prince Rupert.
The District of Port Hardy has a sizable covered mall, a busy downtown, a community centre, an indoor swimming pool, an ice skating rink, restaurants and other local amenities.
Work: Port Hardy has a rich history in forestry, fishing, and mining with an economic future including new developments in mineral and metal extraction, processing and exploration, and the emergence of the alternative energy sector.
Play: Port Hardy’s pristine environment serves as a gateway to many outdoor activities for both locals and tourists, including sport fishing, world-class scuba diving, caving, kayaking, recreational boating, hiking, and nature viewing.
Culture: Approximately 35% of the local population is of First Nations descent. In addition to being the home of the Kwakiutl, the District is also home to two neighbouring First Nations bands — the Quatsino and Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw.
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Port Hardy Listings
Note: Population is listed by either municipality or region. Sample listing represents a home near the median average selling price in 2017. Real estate trend metric uses B.C. Assessment data for value and includes sales of all property types.