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Surrounded on three sides by water and to the north and northwest by forested mountains, Victoria boasts the most spectacular vistas in the world. Town homes in Victoria are built on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, the city blends with the natural environment.

"To realize Victoria you must take all that the eye admires most in Bournemouth, Torquay, the Isle of Wight, the Happy Valley of Hong Kong - the Doon, Sorrento, and Camps Bay; and reminiscences of the Thousand Islands and arrange the whole around the bay of Naples, with some Himalayas for the background." – Rudyard Kipling, 1889

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Dallas Road

To the south, the Olympic Mountains form a massive, snow-capped wall rising above the 32-km wide Strait of Juan de Fuca. Best enjoyed from the five kilometer stretch of parks and beaches along Dallas Rd., the enormity of the Olympic Mountain range is always breathtaking even for long-term residents. Dallas Road winds along the ocean front and is the southern-most road in Victoria. A 250 meter greenbelt along its southern median sits above a long 30-meter cliff providing wonderful views of the mountains, water, grass and sky. To the west, the forests of the Sooke Hills roll towards the open ocean.

Victorians spend a lot of time walking the paths along Dallas Road. One of the most popular local attractions, Dallas Road is an extraordinary part of the most beautiful city in Canada.

Downtown Victoria

Originally, Victoria was the first stage for prospectors and miners heading to the Caribou and Yukon gold-rushes. Built around the site of a small Hudson’s Bay fort, Downtown Victoria has the feel of old San Francisco. Colourful gingerbread facades front many of the storefronts in the Old Town district nestled around the Inner Harbour. With much of its heritage preserved, parts of Victoria still resemble a 19th century city.

Inner Harour

Victoria was built on one of the most remarkable harbours in North America. Considered one of the busiest working harbours in Canada, the Inner Harbour bustles with ferries, barges, float planes, several tall ships, sail boats, and numerous water-taxies. Several docks and marinas provide downtown mooring to hundreds of private boats, creating a bobbing forest of masts, lines and flags along the Government Street causeway. Home to much of the southern fishing fleet, Victoria’s Inner Harbour offers no end of inspiration for artists and photographers.

Several condominium developments line the shores of the Inner Harbour giving residents an unending series of interesting views. The Inner Harbour opens to the Stait of Juan de Fuca and offers residents amazing views of the Olympic Mountains.

Upper Harbour

The Inner Harbour transitions into the Upper Harbour at the signature Johnson Street Lift-Bridge. Affectionately known as The Blue Bridge, the steel structure uses two massive counterweights suspended above the road and railway to lift when larger boats need to pass.

The Upper Harbour is a far mellower place than the Inner Harbour. Formerly the industrial heart of Victoria, the Upper Harbour is quickly being rehabilitated with several extraordinary residential projects based along its beautiful shores. The Upper Harbour is one of the best inner city environments to build new developments. Very close to the downtown core, the Upper Harbour provides a number of recreational water activities including kayaking, fishing, and canoeing. The Upper Harbour is also used for training by competitive racers including Canada’s Olympic rowing teams and numerous dragon-boat squads.

Mount Baker

Mount Baker is a mountain on the mainland that often appears to dominate the background. Though Mount Baker is almost 200 kilometers to the east, its size and scale make it one of the most prominent features, when it can be seen.

Whale Watching

Whales abound in the waters off Victoria. Home to three unique resident pods of orcas, Victoria offers year-round whale-watching. Many residents know the trick of heading to the Gonzales Observatory where the whale-watching companies place their whale spotters.

Rainforest

Vancouver Island is a sub-tropic rainforest. Less than an hours drive and Victorians can hike among some of the largest living trees on the planet. A day trip between Sooke and Port Renfrew bring locals and visitors to four unique beaches with well-marked raised trails into remaining old growth and older second growth rainforest. A few hours “up-island” bring Victorians to vast stretches of remaining old growth forest. Campers and photographers will find endless inspiration and challenge.

The decision to purchase condos in Victoria is not extremely difficult to make. Victoria being one of the most sought after locations in Canada to due to it's lush natural environment and mild weather conditions make it the number one choice.

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336/338A - 1999 Country Club Way     For Sale: $74,900 CAD MLS®: 406504

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Amazing quarter share opportunity to own two units (lockoff) in the Westin Bear Mountain Golf Resort & Hotel. Set at the base of picturesque Mt. Finlayson, this spacious 1390 sqft 2 bdrm (3 beds)/3 bath suite features a full kitchen in main suite & kitchenette in the Jr Suite, fireplace & extra large deck. Stay in luxury & enjoy the two 18 hole Jack Nicklaus designed golf courses. Only 25 minutes outside of Victoria, Bear Mountain Golf Resort & Hotel provides world-class golfing, fine dining, full access to the recreation centre featuring year round pool, hot tub & expansive fitness centre, local market & spa facilities.  •  Read more
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