5179 East Sooke Road, Victoria, BC | $7,500,000

Property Details

Price: $7,500,000

Address: 5179 East Sooke Road, Becher Bay, BC, V9Z 1B8, Canada

Type: House

Style: West Coast

Year Built: 2015

Taxes: $13,310 (2018)

Living Area: 5,672 sq.ft.

Ocean Frontage: 1,620 ft

Lot Size: 9.91 acres

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 5

Parking: 5+ cars

Oceanfront playground! A unique 10 acre headland with 1,620 spectacular linear feet of shoreline. Located within a micro climate on the sheltered shores of Becher Bay with a southerly exposure protected by Wolf Island.

This quality, 2015 custom home of 5,672 sq. ft. has direct access to a phenomenal private dock which provides a launchpad to some of the most coveted sports fishing grounds on the West Coast. The 4 or 5 bedroom residence was designed by Keith Baker for comfortable living and constructed from the finest materials by renowned builder, Christopher Developments - a smart home with Control4 technology.

The property also contains a separate 1,214 sq ft. workshop with attached high-quality 882 sq. ft. guest accommodation.

This fabulous opportunity has its own cove and pebble beach on the Metchosin/Sooke border and enjoys amazing views across the Straits of Juan de Fuca to the Olympic Mountains. A pleasurable drive through the rolling hills of Metchosin to Victoria, just 40 away. No Speculation Tax!

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