When it is winter almost everywhere else in Canada the cherry trees blossom with a splash of colour, heralding the arrival of spring on Vancouver Island.
One of the primary reasons people relocate to Vancouver Island is because of our mild climate and our long gardening season. Daffodils typically pop up in February and tulips are close behind, starting to blossom in March and April along with the helleborus and camellias.
The streets look beautiful when the cherry and plum trees bloom, showing off their magnificent canopies in a variety of shades of pink.
Once April and May warm up, you will find a large variety of Rhododendrons and Dogwoods showing off their spectacular blooms. In Courtenay, you can enjoy the splendour of all of the blossoming trees and flowers.
The beautiful coast of Vancouver Island, BC is well known for its temperate climate – and the warmest weather in Canada! Vancouver Islanders enjoy mild temperatures year-round.
Relocating to the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island
Families and retirees are looking to relocate where they can recreate, enjoy a temperate climate and live in a vibrant community. In Courtenay, you are within 20 minutes of numerous golf courses, hiking, snow sports, world-class mountain biking, water sports, fishing, beach walks and other outside activities. The Ridge in the Courtenay offers close proximity to all of this with a variety of new homes to choose from. Our friendly community is also a 30-minute drive to Mount Washington and a 20-minute drive to the Comox Airport (YQQ).
New homeowners at The Ridge have come from many other provinces to discover the joys of sitting on a balcony or an outdoor patio with ocean or mountain views. The Ridge is located in the city of Courtenay in the Comox Valley, an outdoor lover’s paradise.
Contact our preferred builders for more information on homes for sale at The Ridge.
Are you interested in choosing a lot and building a custom home? Contact us to find out more about our beautiful ocean and mountain view lots for sale in Courtenay on Vancouver Island.
Contact Bruce Clapham, Buckstone Developments
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