History and natural beauty

Union Bay

Known for its charm and natural beauty, the historically rich community of Union Bay is home to roughly 1200 people, and is a wonderful place to call home. Considered a well-kept secret by many, residents enjoy breathtaking views of the bay, the Strait of Georgia, AND nearby islands! The community's proximity to Comox Lake provides residents with ample opportunity to partake in water activities such as boating, fishing, kayaking,  canoeing, and camping.  Anglers will be delighted to learn that trout and char can be caught in the lake year-round. Our local avid golfers have the opportunity to enjoy challenging courses in Courtenay and Comox, only a short drive away. 

Union Bay Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $915K
Lowest Price $315K
Highest Price $2.6M
Total Listings 6
Avg. Days On Market 58
Avg. Price/SQFT $484

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About Union Bay Homes For Sale

Founded in 1887, Union Bay was initially established as Union Wharf, a name derived from the nearly six hundred foot long docking area along the bay. With productive coal mines in the nearby area that is now known as Cumberland, the docks served as a port for vessels that would ship the high quality coal around the world. The town was developed primarily to support the thriving coal mining industry and the mining industry workers and their families. The area maintained its status as a major shipping port until 1960, and the foundation of the local economy has since transitioned from coal to oysters. Several of the original buildings still stand in an area known as “Heritage Row,” a must-see during any visit to Union Bay! 

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