Unit for Sale (August 2022)
3 bedrooms and den. 1545 square feet.
Price $659,000. Strata fees: $655.79
Unit #201 is a corner unit with windows that look over the pond, gardens, and an apple tree that blossoms in spring. It has a main floor with kitchen, dining/living room, den, one bedroom and full bathroom. You can walk right out to the atrium from the front door. The downstairs master bedroom has a large walk-in closet and opens out to a patio. A third bedroom, second full bathroom, large walk-in laundry room and ample under-stair storage complete the lower floor.
Photos of the unit can be found of the Canadian Cohousing Network’s website.
Nestled in a secluded 4 acre site on the Chase River, surrounded by trees, Pacific Gardens Cohousing Community is a 25-unit development designed for community living. Close to VIU, University Village Mall, Harewood Heights Mall, and the Old City Quarter, its amenities include a kitchen/dining hall, music room, crafts room, exercise room, woodworking shop, and a children’s playroom.
Family-friendly, Pacific Gardens is the welcoming neighbourhood you’ve always dreamed of. To find out more e-mail us at email@example.com
Conveniently located just minutes from downtown Nanaimo and the Vancouver Island University, Pacific Gardens is an intentional community that creates a safe, healthy, scent-free community for all. We welcome families with children as well as seniors and pets. Our community consists of 25 units located on a 4.37 acre parcel in a beautiful natural setting. In addition to a large common kitchen, our facility also boasts a children’s room, craft room, music/meditation space, gym, office, woodworking shop, two guest suites and more.
We aspire to be a thriving, multigenerational, environmentally conscious community that celebrates connection with each other and personal growth while having fun!
At Pacific Gardens, we value the energy, wisdom and voices of all members and practice a shift from “Me to We”. We share and steward our resources, care for each other, and work to reduce our environmental footprint for the well-being of ourselves, the wider community and future generations.