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Pender Island Home For Sale In BC Is So Private There's A Bath Tub On The Deck

Live right next to bright blue water at this stunning Pender Island home for sale in B.C.

The hidden 3.41-acre paradise comes with 350 feet of private oceanfront for you to enjoy.

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This place is made for outdoor living and comes with a three-level deck to soak up the sun.

Plus, you can take a dip in the water whenever you wish, right off the dock.

Outside you'll even be able to treat yourself to a soothing bubble bath as you listen to the crashing waves.

The interior has an open layout with a woodburning stove to keep things cozy, and an eye-catching spiral staircase to the top floor.

But it the bedroom that is truly exceptional, as you can view the water while tucked under your duvet.

For just under 2 million, you could snatch up this one-bedroom retreat that will make every day feel like a vacation.

Island Getaway

Price: $1,888,000

Address: 8802 Ainslie Point Rd., Pender Island, BC

Description: The lovely house also comes with apple trees and grapevines so you can harvest your own fresh fruit.

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