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Oak Bay Real Estate

Oak Bay is one of the most sought after residential areas on South Vancouver Island, with its turn of the century homes lined with Garry Oak Cedar Trees that make this area a feast for the eyes in every season. Its attractive shopping district in the village along Oak Bay Avenue, endless walking opportunities along serene waterfront and nature trails, among Vancouver Islands finest homes.

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About Oak Bay, BC

Oak Bay’s Beaches are mostly sandy, and protected from prevailing winds and waves, making them very safe and ideal for kayaking and small water-craft enthusiasts. The varied coastline of Oak Bay offers both sandy beaches for sun tanning, and rocky coastline for tide pool exploration, bird watching or storm watching.

Highlights

Sandy beaches

Charming village

Location

Tours & Day Trips

Recreation

Parks/Beaches

Golfing

Marina

Yacht Club

Public Schools

District 61

Willows Elementary

Monterey Middle School

Oak Bay High School

Education

University of Victoria

Private Schools

St. Michaels University School

Glenlyon Norfolk School

Sandy Willows

Sandy Willows Beach is Victoria’s best sun-tanning and swimming beach and is a popular spot for socializing. A children’s playground is located on an adjoining grassy area.

The Kiwanis Tearoom

The Kiwanis Tearoom is open throughout the summer months for drinks and snacks, or walk the short distance to Estevan Village for some of Victoria’s best fish and chips

Cattle Point

The beach at Cattle Point offers interesting rock features and sea life if you can catch it at low tide. On clear days the view of Mt. Baker is spectacular.

Gonzales Bay

Gonzales Bay, at the south end of Foul Bay Road, is a sandy, crescent shaped beach that is rarely crowded even through the summer. This is a favourite spot for skim-boarders who take advantage of the suitable waves and flat beach.

McNeill Bay

McNeill Bay, at the south end of Oak Bay, is also a sandy beach that is more suitable for strolling than sun tanning with beautiful views of Trial Island and the Olympic peninsula beyond.

Fun Facts

The oldest home in Oak Bay is Tod house, located at 2564 Heron Street. John Tod built the house in 1850, and it holds the distinction of being the longest continually occupied residence in Western Canada. Tod House is also a designated heritage property.

Oak Bay sits on the traditional land of the First Nations Lək̓ʷəŋən people. Known as the Lekwungen or Songhees, the Lək̓ʷəŋən people have lived in this area for thousands of years. The “Signs of  Lekwungen” are seven bronze markers placed on culturally significant sites in the area.

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