Southern Vancouver Island home on 27 acres, next to golf course.

Southern Vancouver Island home on 27 acres, next to golf course.


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
3 Bathrooms
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Our home

We live in a modern, comfortable home on 27 acres. On the main floor, there is a large, well-equipped kitchen, dining area, family room with TV/VCR/DVD, living room, media room with high-speed Internet, powder room/toilet and laundry room. On the 2nd floor, there is a master bedroom with a king-size bed and ensuite, another bedroom with a queen-size bed, and a third bedroom with a single bed. There is a large bathroom with soaker tub, shower, etc. There is a well-equipped gym/fitness room with treadmill, recumbent bike, weights, and TV/VCR. Outside there are 2 patios - one is covered for hot days and the other has a BBQ, large table and lots of seating. There is a hot tub overlooking the gardens and forest, and there are paths and creeks to enjoy on the property. We have many animals that come to visit including deer, elk and raccoon.

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Who we are

  1. We are a couple in our fifties. Larry works at a pulp and paper mill and Audrey works at a local university. We are attending a wedding in Sweden in late July 2007 and would like to arrange some time in France before the wedding.

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Where is it?

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We live in the Cowichan Valley on southern Vancouver Island, close to the quaint, capital city of Victoria and just a 1 1/2 hour ferry ride from the city of Vancouver. There are many wonderful things to do locally, including whale watching, boating, mountain biking, swimming, fishing, golfing, hiking, wine tours, etc. The area is known as the "Wine Islands" because of the many vineyards, wineries and cideries nearby.

Duncan is the Cowichan Valley's largest community, and is called the "City of Totems", with approximately 80 totem poles on display. Many of the totems were removed from original sites and private collections and re-situated downtown. This area has a rich aboriginal culture.

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