The AVENUE Modest Elegance: the finest in Comox


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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
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Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: House

The AVENUE Modest Elegance: the finest in Comox

This stately home is placed squarely in the yard on the loop of the circle drive, behind wrought-iron fencing lining the green of the tree-lined avenue.

The home has old-world elegance yet is modest and not at all showy-for-the-sake-of-it.

It is both central to the little town and at the same time very peaceful and gives you large private outdoor spaces. It is a sanctuary for visitors, and birds. You may take an easy stroll down the avenue and into town where all the basic amenities are available. The Marina Park and the boardwalk out beyond the Marina make an excellent destination. I recommend this stroll after dining at Martine's Bistro, a couple ...Read more

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The AVENUE Modest Elegance: the finest in Comox
Comox, British Columbia, Canada

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The Comox Valley was awarded the Cultural capital of Canada with the Music Fest, Annual Music Business Conference, Originals Only Art show, Kitty Coleman Garden shows and Filberg Art fest and Marina Park Nautical Days, Historical Cumberland Days, Snow-birds Aeronautical show, Shell-fish celebration, Ski to Surf triathlon, Golf tourneys, to name a few of the valley's regular events. And of course the Mountain! World class Mt. Washington is there for both Nordic and Alpine skiing fall to spring. The walking trails and swimming holes up on the mountain are also a special retreat in summer. The mountain also has rugged mtn bike trails and enroute to Comox Lake is another network of well-run trails. Horse-riding and running trails connect through to Seal bay park. Take a kayak out on the waters to enjoy the aptly named park or paddle to Tree island. The Comox valley is renowned for its fresh organic produce. And still the valley has a small-town feel and is easy to get around.

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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Lake nearby, Mountain nearby

Getting There

Nearest airport: Comox, , 4 miles
Nearest ferry port: Little River, or Nanaimo
Car is essential



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