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Carly Carey

Realtor®

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Forest Cabins & Beautiful Campgrounds

Horne Lake Real Estate

At over 8 square kilometers in size, Horne Lake is a picturesque body of water located in the heart of Vancouver Island. This small forest community is home to charming cabins and cottages, and is known for its outdoor recreation. Horne Lake is well-known for its trails, campgrounds, and (most significantly) its caves. Residents of this community enjoy the privacy, the abundance of wildlife, and the scenic landscapes this area provides. Find your dream home today by reaching out to Carly Carey, or read more about real estate in Horne Lake.

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Horne Lake Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.2M
Lowest Price $450K
Highest Price $3.8M
Total Listings 40
Avg. Days On Market 61
Avg. Price/SQFT $557

Property Types (active listings)

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Private Forest Homes

Horne Lake Real Estate Highlights

  • 01
    Quiet lifestyle surrounded by nature
  • 02
    Waterfront homes and lake activities
  • 03
    Exceptional views of scenery
  • 04
    Quick drive to larger communities and amenities
Life In Horne LakeEmbrace nature. The winding roads around Horne Lake are where you'll find gorgeous homes on secluded lots. 
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Horne Lake Lake Real Estate Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How did Horne Lake, BC get its name?

A: Horne Lake was originally known as “Enoksasant Lake.” It was renamed in 1859 after Adam Horne, who was a storekeeper for the Hudson's Bay Company.

Q: Was Horne Lake once owned by royalty?

A: Ownership of Horne Lake has passed through numerous hands. At one time, Johannes, 11th Prince of Thurn and Taxis (a Bavarian noble), had owned the lands around Horne Lake.

Q: Can you take your dog to Horne Lake/Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park?

A: Yes, dogs are allowed at Horne Lake, however they must be leashed at all times.

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