Luxury Oceanfront With Year-Round Private Moorage!

2881 North Beach Drive, Campbell River, BC, V9W 0B5, Canada
CAD|2638000CAD $2,638,000USD $2,032,585
MLS 453977
Web code MUHM
Status Active

Key Details

6094 ft2
Total Beds
Full Baths
Year Built
Mountain, Water


Unrivaled in design, location and amenities, this exquisite waterfront masterpiece with a private protected 80 foot dock, offering year-round freshwater moorage, truly sets a new standard in luxury and lifestyle. Located in the private gated community of prestigious Newport Landing, a development of six luxury homes backing onto the Campbell River Estuary, sits this modern unprecedented showpiece, thoughtfully designed by award winning Crowne Pacific Development. More than 5000 square footage of designer influenced open concept living with soaring 20 foot ceilings, floor to ceiling windows bringing ocean, mountain and estuary views into the home, a stunning master suite with grand...

his-and-hers over-sized walk-in closet and spa-inspired en-suite, massive laundry, four natural gas fireplaces, custom temperature-controlled wine cellar, full home automation by Vantage, in floor radiant heating, luxury in and out LED lighting, and six foot heated crawl. Outside you will bask on over 1320 square foot of sundrenched east-facing patios with built-in BBQ, fireplace, heaters and gas fire bowl or you can enjoy time with friends in your detached lounge complete with media, wet bar and urinal, offering a total of 866 square footage of space for your imagination.

The list goes on with four garage bays, exclusive RV parking and a .64 acre professionally landscaped double lot with a fully fenced private yard. Just minutes in either direction, boaters will enjoy world renowned salmon fishing up the river, or breathtaking ocean adventures of the North Island coast and the Discovery Islands. This rare jewel offers solitude and privacy while only a five-minute drive to the heart of vibrant Campbell River. This home was designed, crafted and built with such a high standard that words alone cannot offer a worthy description.

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