Events in Qualicum Beach

Qualicum Beach Web Cam

The web cam at Qualicum Beach

Qualicum Beach Photos

Open Houses

56 - 5251 Island W Highway

Qualicum Beach, BC - MLS No. 402421


56 - 5251 ISLAND W HWY
$445,000
More Photos

Enjoy 1180 sqft of open concept living in your 3 bed, 2 bath, detached ‘Whytecliff’ beach cottage at Qualicum Landing Luxury Beach House Community. Attractive Cape Cod styling with high end finishes. Upgrades include fireplace built-ins, crown moulding throughout and extended patio that backs on to quiet and spacious yard.

Condo/Strata
1,180 sqft • 3 bdrm/2 bath
Driving Directions

OPEN HOUSE Jan 30th 2016 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Area News

from Google News

This RSS feed URL is deprecated

Duelling visions plague Parksville supportive housing project

Parksville Qualicum Beach News

The project is being taken on through a partnership with the Regional District of Nanaimo, the City of Parksville and the Town of Qualicum Beach. Island Crisis Care Society (ICCS) will be contracted by BC Housing to staff the facility and provide full ...and more »

Qualicum Beach working to limit, control airport activity

Parksville Qualicum Beach News

Qualicum Beach engineering director Bob Weir said the town is working toward limiting and controlling the helicopter activity at the Qualicum Beach Airport. During a presentation to council Monday (April 16), Weir, who is also the airport manager, said ...and more »

BC naturopath treats boy with rabid dog saliva

Parksville Qualicum Beach News

A long-time B.C. naturopath is on the receiving end of criticism and confusion after speaking out about treating a four-year-old boy with rabid dog saliva. In a post on her website under “successful clinical cases,” Victoria-based Dr. Anke Zimmermann ...

RDN, Parksville water services move to Stage 2 restrictions

Parksville Qualicum Beach News

In addition to the nine RDN Water Service Areas — Nanoose Bay Peninsula, Englishman River Community (River's Edge), French Creek/ Sandpiper, San Pareil, Whisky Creek, Westurne Heights, Melrose Terrace, Decourcey (Pylades), and Surfside) other local ...and more »

BC real estate regulator to undergo NDP review

Parksville Qualicum Beach News

The NDP government is launching its own review of B.C.'s real estate regulators, two years after they were overhauled by the previous Liberal government. The review will examine the roles and responsibilities of the Real Estate Council of BC and the ...and more »

Let the hunting begin… for the golden shoe

Parksville Qualicum Beach News

The 12th Annual Golden Shoe Hunt is on. The Regional District of Nanaimo Recreation and Parks event started on the auspicious day of Friday, April 13th. Family and friends can explore the region's natural treasures during the hunt that encompasses ...

Seniors, families focus of BC rental housing fund

Parksville Qualicum Beach News

Premier John Horgan parcelled out a $1.89 billion share of the B.C. government's decade-long housing plan Wednesday, to assist municipalities and non-profits to add 14,000 new rental units around the province. The provincial agency B.C. Housing is ...and more »

Builder of Kinder Morgan reinforces concerns over project

Parksville Qualicum Beach News

British Columbia has announced it will head to court by month end to clarify the province's jurisdiction over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. Also Wednesday, the CEO of the pipeline's builder, Kinder Morgan said the events of recent days ...

Family Day move 'disastrous,' says BC ski hill

Parksville Qualicum Beach News

The NDP government's decision to move the Family Day holiday to the third week of February will be a disaster both for the tourism industry and for British Columbians keen on spending time on the slopes over a long weekend, says the executive vice ...and more »

BC Liberal leader stops in Parksville

Parksville Qualicum Beach News

“I can tell you that the after effects are still there, even though we've been exempted,” said Lefebvre. He added that while some developments are back on track, the developers are having some troubles getting some of the previous potential buyers to ...and more »