Life in Crown Isle
Set in the thriving Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, Crown Isle is slowly taking their vision to reality.
This 870 acre master-planned residential community, described by one of its two original (and current) owners as a “25-year overnight success,” is a striking example of what can happen when a development stays true to its vision even while it adapts to meet the emerging needs of an evolving real estate market.
Zoned for 2700 residential units, the 900 completed to date represent just a third of the total vision.
Many of the Comox Valley’s top local builders partner with Crown Isle to construct superior quality custom homes within the well-established development knowing it provides the perfect showcase for their exceptional work.
The Craftsman West-Coast building scheme keeps the neighborhood pleasing to the eye and sets a consistent standard admired by all.
The claim that 95% of one’s daily life is within walking distance is no empty boast.
Schools, Costco and Home Depot, and the full spectrum of financial, community and personal services are close at hand with the opening of the Crown Isle Plaza (Thrifty Foods).
Site preparation has begun just two blocks away on the new 153-bed Comox Valley Regional Hospital.
And when you need to get away, an airport with connections to the world through Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary is only 5 minutes away.
When it comes to recreation there are few places like Vancouver Island and the ComoxValley. Crown Isle Golf Resort is the center piece to the community and allows players of all abilities and ages to enjoy golf right in their own backyard. But golf is just the beginning. With Mt. Washington just 30 minutes away, residents can enjoy endless winter and summer outdoor activities. Whether they choose the wild west coast or the weather protected Strait of Georgia, not to mention the countless lakes, rivers and streams, fishing enthusiasts have an unlimited supply of entertaining opportunities.
Hike, bike, fish, golf, boat, ski or……….not. Numerous beautiful beaches abound for those less active and the temperate climate and fertile soils of the Comox Valley allow even those less qualified to grow exquisite gardens as it may be more difficult to kill plants than it is to grow them.
With all Vancouver Island, the Comox Valley and Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community have to offer, now may be to time to re-think the future and not just “Come for a tee time…..but Stay for a Lifetime!”