For those interested in purchasing an island within Canada, British Columbia is a region most worth exploring. As the country’s westmost province, BC enjoys the crisp, salty waters of the Pacific Ocean and a rugged coastline that stretches over 27,000 kilometres. The BC coast offers a unique landscape that includes world-famous mountains, temperate rainforests, breath-taking inlets, and approximately 6,000 islands.
Private Islands Incorporated proudly lists the largest selection in the world of British Columbian islands for sale, and works closely with all of the reputable agents in the region.
Our various island listings in British Columbia currently offer a wide variety in price range and lifestyle accommodations. Here are a few of the listings we recommend you explore:
James Island, British Columbia – Price Upon Request
James Island, the second-largest privately-owned island within the Gulf Islands, is a 780-acre private island developed with a 5,000-square-foot main residence, 6 guest cottages, a reclaimed barn house, an entertainment venue, a pool, and an 18-hole golf course.
Fox Island, British Columbia – CAD$ 4,495,000
Fox Island is a 46-acre island ideally located in Blind Bay, about two to three hours north of Vancouver, and developed with a comfortable, 1500-square-foot, 4-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage.
Schloss Island, British Columbia – CAD$ 987,000
Schloss Island is a lush 82-acre private island situated in Koprino Harbour, Quatsino Sound – 7 miles from the Pacific ocean between Winter Harbour and the village of Quatsino. Popular for its sport fishing, this area is also home to an abundance of wildlife, such as whales, salmon, tuna, sea otters and eagles.
Bees Island, British Columbia – CAD$ 925,500
Bees Island is a 1.25-acre private island tucked into a small cove on the South side of Cowichan Lake – west of Gordon Bay Park area. It is developed with a comfortable and warm custom-built, 1382-square-foot, one-level home.
Sweet Island, British Columbia – USD$ 130,000
Sweet Island is a 3.3-acre island with high elevation, no cliffs, many Pine and Aspen trees, an old house, a half-acre cleared for a garden, and a 170-kilometer shoreline on Stuart Lake. The property is excellent for fishing and hunting animals such as moose, elk, bear, and deer.