THE MIDLANDS

The Midlands occupy the central heart of the Ittatsoo Bay lands and rise from preserved wetlands to the surrounding ridges. A wide diversity of ecosystems characterizing the Midlands including meadows, creeks, wetlands and old growth forests.
Rezoning it into 16 potential 5-acre lots was approved by the ACRD in March, 2014. Future Lot 15 has been named “The Lodge” as at it’s peak it enjoys expansive Pacific Ocean views. Future Lot 20, The Sanctuary, offers an old growth rainforest retreat. Future Lot 21, The Gardens, speak for itself, as does the semi-waterfront future Lot 30.

THE MOORS

The Moors – the twin marshes in the Midlands – are unlike any other ecosystem at Ittatsoo Bay. Occupying the base of small valleys with creeks that drain to west and to the main stem of Ittatsoo Creek, The Moors store vast quantities of ancient pure water.  A test well has been drilled on Lot 21, The Gardens, which produces 30 gallons of water per minute. Hydrological studies of the entire site are available to qualified buyers.

WATER ACCESS

All Ittatsoo Bay land owners have exclusive use of the private marine access boat ramp and boat trailer parking area at Hunt Bay, one of the only protected coves on the west side of Barkley Sound with such access.

THE MIDLANDS — WHERE DIVERSE ECOSYSTEMS CONVERGE