Unit for Sale (August 2022)
3 bedrooms and den. 1592 square feet.
Price $600,000. 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 on the Canadian Cohousing Network’s website. You can find it at www.cohousing.ca and look under the buy or rent a home tab on their home page.
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.