This page lists new home developments in Nanaimo that are bare land strata or regular strata (jump to list of developments). But what's the difference between strata and BARE LAND strata?
Bare Land Strata:
The owners have sole possession of their respective lots, and are entirely responsible for their own buildings. However, they may be subject to bylaws that govern their homes' placement, colours, materials, landscaping, fencing, etc. They pay strata fees, but those are generally lower because they only need to maintain the infrastructure shared by the homes (sewer, water, powerlines, etc.) plus any shared parkspace or other common facilities.
Each owner has exclusive right to their unit, but they have shares in the common property - which includes the walls and roof, the pipes and electric conduits, the building entrance, gazebos, parking lot, etc. The strata body takes care of most building and grounds maintenance.
If you have questions about any of this, please give me a call or email me.
Build your new home with the best outlook available. These bare land strata lots above Lantzville and Pleasant Valley offer luxurious views of the Salish Sea, North Nanaimo, Mount Benson, the BC Coastal Mountain range, the Winchelsea Islands, Nanoose Bay, Brannen Lake and Green Lake, and Rutherford Ridge.
Read more about The Foothills.
The Plateau 2
Perched atop a hill between Hammond Bay Road and the ocean, the first of these gorgeous strata patio homes are already completed and selling.
Linley Park Estates
Though completion is scheduled for early 2018, these stratified patio homes are already for sale, and some are sold. The development backs onto a wetland and offers a fabulous proximity to the trails of the Linley Valley park system.
Read more about this development.
4066 Old Slope Place
This is between the Nanaimo Parkway and the Shaw Building near Mostar Road. There will be 70 townhome units available on a dead-end street, with great views of Mt Benson. I've written more about this development in a blog post here: 4066 Old Slope Place.