To buy and sell real estate in the Comox Valley, call Phil.

Toll-Free: 1-800-615-5605
Local: 250-897-5089

I can serve all your real estate needs: from 1-bedroom condos to new retirement patio homes; from luxury waterfront homes to private rural retreats.
Commercial and investment opportunities are also available.

Complete coverage of Vancouver Island Real Estate, including the regional islands.

I also have connections throughout the Island and across Canada to help
you with your Real Estate needs.

Phil Edgett

Vancouver Island Real Estate includes the major cities of Comox, Courtenay, and Cumberland. Smaller rural locations are also beautiful places to escape to, and include Oyster River and Black Creek (just south of Campbell River) through the Comox Valley, down to Royston and all the way to Bowser. Head back up to Buckley Bay and Fanny Bay with beautiful views of Baynes Sound and Denman Island, then picturesque Hornby Island on the other side. All of these locations and more are within your reach, so call today!

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Are you dreaming of being in a beautiful suite by the beach? If so, you’ll love the new Hornby Island Resort Vacation Suites that are currently under construction. These suites are designed to offer you the best of west-coastal living, with spacious rooms, modern amenities, and stunning views of the ocean. They also operate a fully-managed rental pool for when you’re not staying in your new suite.

Don’t miss this opportunity to buy one of these amazing suites and enjoy the beach lifestyle you deserve. Contact Phil today to reserve your spot!


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Local Sights of the Valley: Webcams

The “Valley View” from Back Road. Overlooking Farquharson Farm, the Kus Kus Sum Estuary, Comox/Dyke Road, and downtown Courtenay. The famous Comox Glacier can be seen in the background.

Crown Isle is an award-winning course, resort, and restaurant at “the top of the hill”. Minutes from Costco and the North Island College, this high-end community features some of the most beautiful homes in the valley.

Driving down Ryan Road Hill gives you a view of the Glacier and the start of the commercial area. You’ll pass Chances Casino, plus hotels, apartment blocks, and Superstore. Take a left to Comox, right to the Vanier Sportsplex, and stay straight to get to downtown.

Beautiful Bates Beach view from the oceanfront resort. Nestled between Seal Bay Nature Park, Kitty Coleman Woodland Gardens, and the ferry terminal to nearby Powell River.

Point Holmes and Lazo Beach, recently renovated with a multi-use waterfront trail, is popular for its sightseeing: herring boats trawl through the waters in the spring, and kayakers and swimmers can be seen in summer and winter!

The Courtenay Fish and Game Club is on the waterfront of Comox Lake, on the “Courtenay Side” and has an up-close view of the Glacier. Take the Comox Logging Road then Bevan Road to make your may back to Cumberland Village’s downtown core: local food, brewery, and shopping. Explore the mountain biking and hiking trails throughout the Cumberland forest.

Located in the heart of downtown Comox, the Blackfin Pub overlooks the Comox Marina and Park: famous for Nautical Days in the summertime. Enjoy a walk on the wharf after dinner!

Mt. Washington is one of the most popular ski resorts in all of BC. Condos, Chalets, and Cabins keep you close to the action of downhill, cross-country, and hiking trails. Paradise Meadows is a must-see in all four seasons.

The Courtenay Airpark houses over 60 aircraft, including amateur-built and a helicopter! Walk the outskirts of the airpark to view the estuary and a variety of birds in the pond. You might even catch a floatplane coming in or seals playing in the bay.

If any of these webcam links aren’t working, please contact Phil.

About the Comox Valley

The Comox Valley is located midway up the east coast of Vancouver Island, 94 miles (150k) from Vancouver. It has three main communities: the City of Courtenay, the Town of Comox and the Village of Cumberland. Area population of the three centres, and outlying areas from Bowser to Oyster River is about 75,000.

The Comox Valley enjoys some of the most favourable weather in Canada, with short, mild winters and warm, dry summers. In the winter months, one can ski in the morning and golf in the afternoon. The Valley is known as the “Recreation Capital of Canada”. There is no shortage of fun activities: snowboard and ski the Mount Washington Ski Resort; try any of the eight golf courses; explore various marine adventures encompassing everything from kayaking to salmon fishing. On the arts scene, the Valley has one of the highest concentrations of artists in Canada, with over 600 resident artists. Live theatres, music venues, museums and numerous galleries create a thriving cultural community. Don’t miss events at Sid Williams Theatre, Musicfest, or Cumberland Wild.

A variety of health professionals ensure a high degree of medical and dental care. There is a full-care hospital, and many extended care options. There are plenty of choices for chiropractor, massage, and spas too. School facilities range from preschools through senior secondary to North Island College. Retail stores service all needs: from the farmer’s market and specialty shops downtown, to malls and major grocery chain outlets.

How to Get Here:

There are ferry terminals at Vancouver (Horseshoe Bay or Tsawassen), Naniamo (Departure Bay and Duke Point), and Powell River that all lead to the Comox Valley. The trip across Georgia Strait from Horseshoe Bay to Nanaimo is approximately 90 minutes. For more information check out the BC Ferries web site.

If driving, check Google Maps and take either the main Inland Island Highway 1, or take 1A (the scenic route) along the coast. Driving from Victoria takes over 2 hours, and from Nanaimo to Courtenay just an hour. Island Link Express Bus provides passenger express bus service between most Vancouver Island points and BC Ferries’ services at Nanaimo Departure Bay. Book reservations at

Below are links to the airlines that service the Comox Valley Airport (YQQ). The flight from Vancouver to Comox is about 28 minutes.

For general information about the Comox Valley, cultural events, attractions, and accommodations visit the Comox Valley Tourism web site.

We’re not far from the capital city of BC, Victoria, located on the south of the island. To the east, world-famous Tofino and Ucluelet are a wonderful drive through old-growth forest. Campbell River is North, along with many of the small islands between Vancouver Island and the mainland. There’s a lifetime of places to see here, so what are you waiting for? Call Phil, today.

Royal Lepage in the Comox Valley
121 – 750 Comox Rd Courtenay BC V9N 3P6