Parkland and Native Plants a Priority for Vancouver Island's Fairwinds Development

Posted: Apr 11, 2011


Fairwinds Vancouver Island real estateFairwinds in Nanoose Bay, on the east coast of Vancouver Island offers one of Canada's mildest climates. This is a place Garry Oaks and Arbutus trees cling to rock outcrops and eagles and deer are a daily slight for residents. All developments at Fairwinds, including the lots at Bonnington Ridge, which are currently for sale, are planned around parkland.
With only five residential lots remaining at Bonnington Ridge, now is the time to learn more about building a dream homes at this oceanfront golf community.
Fairwinds encourages all residents to take their personal environmental stewardship seriously. They recommend building plans that consider the natural amenities of each building site and encourage the use of native plant species in landscaping.
The residential lots at Bonnington Ridge are set on quiet cul-de-sace only minutes from Fairwinds Centre. Available lots range in size from .32 -.54 acre and start at $209,000. Visit their website at for more information.
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