We know the term “once in a lifetime property” is thrown around pretty liberally these days. But trust us, this Salt Spring Island estate is just that and more. In fact, it has over 230 acres and 6,000 feet of waterfront. And we don’t know who could say no to that.
Home of the Week: 230 Smith Road, Salt Spring Island
The Musgrave Estate as it’s known is an extremely unique grouping of four land titles that spans 232 acres. And on that acreage, you’ll find the main home, guest cottage, caretakers cottage, cabin, treehouse, and a tennis court. Not to mention several orchards, a horse shelter, and chicken house. But what makes this all super unique is that the building dates range from the 1910s all the way up to the 1990s.
Now it’s also important to note that this land has been identified by local viticulturists as one of the best vineyard potentials in the region. So while the sellers are looking for someone to preserve the land, this might be the perfect place to work on your green thumb.
Or if you want to start a super bougie commune, you could do that too. After all, you have houses and plenty of land. But just purchasing the estate alone will cost you $14 million. So you have to be seriously bankrolled to own this place. But that being said, it’s pretty much a steal for that amount of acreage.
And even if you’re not in the market for this beautiful Salt Spring Island estate, we highly recommend that you take a peek. After all, it could be some good inspo for future home goals. You know, cottage core but to the nth degree.