CLAYOQUOT SOUND WILDERNESS PROPERTY - GROUP PURCHASE

geza vamos geza_vamos at mindlink.bc.ca
Fri Apr 4 23:01:26 EST 1997


CLAYOQUOT SOUND WILDERNESS PROPERTY - GROUP PURCHASE

We are seeking about 30 Conservation Minded People to participate 
in the Group Purchase of a large property at Hot Springs Cove, 
BC, Canada.  Hotsprings Cove is situated in Clayoquot Sound on 
the West Coast of Vancouver Island.  Clayoquot Sound is famous 
because it has one of the few remaining intact Ancient Temperate 
Rainforests on the planet.  An area of outstanding natural beauty 
(the Hawaii of Canada), Clayoquot Sound offers fabulous outdoor 
adventure, relaxation, and nature (yachting, scuba diving, 
fishing, whale watching, wildlife viewing, birdwatching, 
kayaking, and hiking).  The property is situated on Openit 
Peninsula, between Estevan Point on the Hesquiat Peninsula, and 
Flores Island.  Hotsprings Cove is 40 km north of the town of 
Tofino, and the Pacific Rim National Park, which attracts 
visitors a year from all over the world.  Immediately adjacent to 
the property is Hot Springs Cove (Maquinna) Provincial Park.  The 
property is in a magical setting, a stone’s throw from the 
Pacific Ocean, with views to the snowy peaks of Strathcona 
Provincial Park.  You have a rare opportunity to participate in 
the group purchase of this magnificant 206 acre property for 
$30,000!

After purchasing the lot as an incorporated company, we intend to 
subdivide it into 33 two acre strata title lots, with shared use 
of the remaining 140 acres.  The strata title is intended to 
safeguard the scenic integrity of the property, and the Ancient 
Forest that covers about 90% of it.  Each lot will have at least 
200’ (60 m) of waterfront on Sydney Inlet, or Hot Springs Cove.  
Our intention is to allow environmenatlly sensitive development 
of cabins for retirement, retreat, holiday, or rental, on 
individual lots, and perhaps a group lodge or cabins.  The group 
may also approve use of lots for small businesses based on nature 
tours, ecotourism, outdoor activities, Bed and Breakfast, arts 
and crafts, alternative health etc. There is a Hesquiat Band 
settlement of 40 families on the opposite side of Hot Springs 
Cove, with a small motel.  The peninsula also houses a small 
privately onwned campsite, and unoccupied Indian Reserve.  Access 
to Hot Springs Cove is by air or water only.  Several companies 
operate air and boat tours and taxi service out of Tofino.  A 
public dock provides access to the hotsprings.

Due to the urgency of finding 30 appropriate buyers, there is a 
$2,000 incentive offered to people who sucessfully "sell" a share 
to someone.  PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO APPROPRIATE PEOPLE AND 
ORGANISATIONS!
For more information, and/or directions to view the property 
(before April 28th), please call Geza Vamos +1 (604) 873-5504, 
email geza_vamos at mindlink.net




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