Royston Wrecks, photo by David Stanley
Courtenay’s southern neighbour has much appeal
Settled in the early 1900s, Royston was the major port for the Comox Valley logging industry. Today, its residents come here to be close to the water, close to town and close to the highway.
What’s not to like about that?
Why Royston is a great place to live
Royston is situated across the harbour from Comox and just southeast of the municipal boundary of Courtenay. So not only does it have the beautiful ocean views and proximity to the ocean within easy access of the Island Highway, it also has the convenience of being just minutes from the center of the Comox Valley’s shopping areas. And the part that people like best about this settlement is that it still has a rural feel, despite its advantageous location. Picturesque and pastoral, you need to take a closer look at properties in this area of the Comox Valley!
Royston properties offer both new and older homes, many of which feature views of the harbour. Lot sizes can range from city sized to small acreages. Royston is part of the regional water system; there is a mix of sewage and septic within the area. For information on properties available within this community, or anywhere else within the Comox Valley, please get in contact with my associate Andrea Davis or me.
Make sure to visit our website mikefisherhomes.com for all the latest listings within the Comox Valley. And feel free to call me directly at 250.218.3895 with your real estate questions.
Don’t forget to download my free homebuyer’s guide to moving to the Comox Valley. Full of information, links to and facts about the Valley’s recreation, communities and more, it’s a great resource for those thinking of relocating to this spectacular region of Vancouver Island. And check out my new guide to selling, while you're at it!