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Cowichan Lake Waterfront Homes

The magnificent Cowichan Lake waterfront homes are found directly on Cowichan Lake, said to be one of the most pristine lakes in British Columbia. It’s a vibrant community that is less than an hour drive to Victoria, B.C., and can be accessed through the community of Duncan. The ocean climate here offers warm summers and cool winters, making the ecosystem here the warmest in all of Canada.

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Cowichan Lake Real Estate Statistics

Average Home Price $732K
Lowest Listing Price $160K
Highest Listing Price $1.5M
Total Property Listings 53
Avg. Days On Market 75
Avg. Price/SQFT $35.3K

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Incredible Lakefront viewsCowichan Lake offers waterfront living at its finest, so what are you waiting for? 
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Discover Cowichan Lake Waterfront Real Estate

The homes for sale on the Cowichan Lake waterfront are uniquely great because of the lakefront property they’re located on. A pristine lake is ancient, uncorrupted, and unspoiled beauty, and to have a home on one of the most pristine lakes in the province is a dream for buyers.

Three charming communities make up the Cowichan Lake area -- Honeymoon Bay, Mesachie Lake, and Youbou. All of them have access to the water, and so do many of the homes for sale at Cowichan Lake.

Cowichan Lake Waterfront real estate offers the chance for prospective home buyers of all kinds to live the dream of owning lakefront property. There are impressive, multimillion dollar homes available here, but also opportunities to purchase fantastic family homes for a more affordable price. Most of the lakefront homes offer direct access to the water, with docks, private beach area, and wrap around decks.

Living on the water in the Cowichan area is not only possible by finding a lot on the Cowichan Lake, but also on the Cowichan River. Many of the riverfront homes are located right in the townsite for the best of both worlds, with peaceful sounds and sights of the river valley. Fenced in yards, huge backyards, and open concept interior design is the perfect choice for families and those that love to entertain.

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Endless opportunities for outdoor activities

The Highlights of Living on Cowichan Lake

Lake living certainly has its perks, whether it’s enjoying coffee on your own private sandy beach at sunrise, yogas on the dock in the afternoon, or heading out on a boat or paddle board. There’s so much else to explore and experience in the Cowichan community.

Surrounding Lake Cowichan is the Pacific Northwest Temperate rainforest. Outside of California, the trees here are the oldest, highest, and largest in the world. This makes for sensational hiking trails, which is why it will soon be the western point of the Trans-Canada Trail. Currently being developed, this 24,000 kilometer stretch of trail across the country will be one of the longest trail networks on the planet.

The Cowichan area is also a hub for culture, arts, and dining. There are some popular local restaurants, like the Farm Table Inn, but also exciting cideries, wineries, and a stretch of craft breweries that make up the B.C. Ale Trail.  Numerous farmers markets and food stores sell fresh local produce and artisan products, which makes cooking at home a breeze.

The arts and culture scene thrives here because of the spirit of the people, and the connection to nature, providing many ways to appreciate painters, potters, sculptors, glass blowers, potters, weavers, artists, and more in the area. Home studios and galleries are abundant here, and there’s also a theatre and a museum.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where is Cowichan Lake Located?

A: Cowichan Lake is located in Central Vancouver Island along the Cowichan Valley. It is about one hour from Victoria, B.C. and about a 25-minute drive from the city of Duncan. 

Q: What happens if I can't find any Cowichan Lake waterfront home listings?

A: Feel free to reach out to me, Realtor® Carly Carey, as I may have off market properties and can let you know when something comes up. And, by creating an account here, you'll have access to all the the latest updates on Cowichan Lake waterfront homes.

Q:What activities do residents of Cowichan Lake enjoy?

A: The greatest appeal of owning a waterfront home on Cowichan Lake is the easy access to the water. Residents can enjoy a myriad of water sports and other activities in the great outdoors! From swimming, to kayaking, boating, hiking, cycling and more, there's no shortage of opportunities for fun.

Q: Can you help me sell my waterfront property on Cowichan Lake?

A: Absolutely! I have a wealth of experience selling homes in the Vancouver Island real estate market, from luxury homes to single-family residences, plots of land and more. I can create a unique marketing plan for your property and draw on my international connections to give you the most possible leads and exposure.

If you're considering buying or selling a luxury home in Cowichan Lake, I can help. Contact me online to request a home valuation, receive info on the latest real estate listings,  or to learn more about Vancouver Island communities. 

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If you would like to discuss your Cowichan Lake waterfront real estate questions, please reach out. I love talking about Naniamo real estate and I can’t wait to meet you to discuss your next home with you.

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