An asking price of $2.425 million may seem steep, but this recent listing in Campbell River–the most expensive in a town of about 35,000 people–still feels like a steal. (Compare it to mansion listings in Vancouver that can approach $40 million.) Built in 2016 by Crown Pacific Homes, this home at 2845 North Beach Drive is luxury through and through: 4,400 square feet of living space on half an acre of waterfront land, with boast-worthy features including a 40-foot dock, four bedrooms, a floor-to-ceiling gas fireplace and a 1,500-square-foot “man cave” with wet bar, mezzanine and more.
Buy Here: 2019 average assessed value of a single-family home in Campbell River: $442,000 (up 11%).
By Michael White