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1709 WARD Court
Sechelt District Sechelt V0N 3A1

Business with Property, Land Commercial

Prop. Type:
Business with Property, Land Commercial
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Bus Major:
Bus Minor:
MF - Misc Manufacturing
Build. Type:
A great business opportunity that qualifies for Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP). 'Sunshine Coast Springs' is located on 1.3 acres of ocean view property midwaybetween Gibsons & Sechelt on the Sunshine Coast. Well and water bottling facility are new and updated regularly and rigorously to produce great tasting water monitored by the Vancouver Coast Health department. 3 green houses, large outdoor space and a 2 bedroom Manufactured home complete the package. There is huge potential to make a profitable living by simply developing a distributorship for the water bottling facility. The current owner spent $50,000 on drilling a 2nd water wells. This exciting opportunity awaits the buyer who wants to create their own employment and to create to create a thriving profitable business.
Sale Type:
Property Type:
Business with Property, Land Commercial
Major Bus Type:
Minor Bus Type:
MF - Misc Manufacturing
Wood Frame, Other
Building Type:
Year built:
2007 (Age: 13)
Total Floor Area:
984 sq. ft.
Land Use/Zoning:
$4,592.17 / 2019
Storefront, Storage, Visitor Parking
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Data was last updated February 18, 2020 at 01:10 AM (UTC)
Vivian Jiang
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