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#1 VicHockeyFan

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Posted 15 July 2013 - 01:24 PM


From the $300s

Only 35 minutes from Victoria and just before the town of Sooke, you will find the most spectacular waterfront cottage properties on British Columbia’s extreme southwest tip of land. Welcome to Canada’s south pacific at Sookepoint.

Catch trophy salmon right out front. Kayak among the orcas and sea lions. Enjoy incredible underwater diving just steps from your back door. Hike the 10km Coast Trail right next door. Enjoy adventure by day and comfort by night as you watch the sunset sink into the open ocean from your cottage deck overlooking the scenic Olympic Mountains.

Designed with stone accents, shingle-siding and walls of glass, the cottages at Sookepoint enhance the rugged pacific coastline and fit perfectly with your active lifestyle. Your cottage home comes with a choice of interior finishing, tasteful furnishings and a resort rental management program so you have the potential for rental income when you are not in residence. Live the ultimate west coast adventure today with individual cottage property ownership from an amazing $299,900.

500 sq. ft. and up I think.

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Posted 20 February 2016 - 08:50 PM

We went out for Hike in East Sooke Park Today then decided to have a look at this place.

The show home is a 2 level home. Each level sold individually for 600 K.

Very small 2 br.

Some of the homes will be 3 floors or levels. Each level is sold individually.


The Show home has a spectacular view from Downtown Sooke in the west to Beechey Head in the east


The area is within the district of Sooke Boundaries which is very odd. It is served by the East Sooke Fire Dept.

City water is on site form a pipe that crosses Sooke Harbou



The whole development is strata everyone pays $240 per month. So a 3 floor house pays $240 x 3


they say there will be a Whale research facility on site and a seasonal restaurant









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Posted 22 February 2016 - 08:29 AM

#4 viccity

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Posted 04 March 2016 - 05:37 PM

Not a good place to be when the earthquake hits the west coast of the island... Worse, a tsunami.

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#5 Mixed365

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Posted 04 March 2016 - 09:41 PM

I can't believe how close you are to the water. Wow. 

It's like a new-age "Lodge" at the Sooke Potholes! Anyone been there? If not, here. You'll see the resemblance.  ;)

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#6 VicHockeyFan

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Posted 27 March 2017 - 12:49 PM

Included in the development is the new SookePoint Cottage Resort w/95 cottages sold as of March 2017, a planned restaurant & other amenities within walking distance!


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Posted 31 May 2020 - 02:13 PM

Stayed at Sookepoint over the weekend as they now have a number of units completed.  It was nice.  :)


Definitely a place that you'll either love or not due to it being exposed to the ocean point.  It is about a 40 minute drive, which for us is fine as it feels like we are getting away without the drive to Parkville, Ucluelet etc.   Build quality seems very good and units are comfortable albeit a little small as compared to some other vacation rentals.  The views are spectacular but you are going to be on a rocky point off Sooke, so expect heavy wind, fog and rain.  We preferred the lower unit as it's closer to the water but other might not as you'll be carrying luggage down some stairs.  It's especially work for me as Mrs. Level brings half of our kitchen with us  :P


There will be ongoing construction for the next few years, so there are no standard amenities yet (hot tubs, pool, restaurant etc).  There is an exercise room normally available but it is shut due to Covid.  There are trails to walk over towards East Sooke Park, but it was too windy to venture far from the room this time around.  We also had to keep the door to the deck closed but enjoyed watching the water over some pretty amazing meals.  Had family drop in for dinner which worked well. 


Anyways.....it's worth checking out.

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#8 Mike K.

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Posted 31 May 2020 - 07:26 PM

Looks great, OTL! Looks like you saw quite a spectrum of weather during your stay.

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