FILLED – LAND OPPORTUNITY: 2+ Acres with 2 Bedroom Farmhouse for Long Term Lease – Mill Bay, BC

Posted by Azja Jones Martin on April 12, 2021

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This 2.35 acres with a 2 bedroom farmhouse is available for lease as soon as May 1 or 15.

An approximately 1 acre pasture was previously grazed by horses, and additional smaller growing spaces around the property are available for use as well. A triangular area with good tree/shrub cover is an ideal space for a chicken or duck run.

About .35 sloping acres is forested, on the other side of a small creek that runs through the back of the property. The property is on a well which supplies water to the house and is also available for irrigation.

Perimeter fencing is in place, and some additional fencing materials are available on site for the farmers’ use if desired. This opportunity does not include any tools, machinery or outbuildings. The house has an attic, basement and large mudroom space which could be great spaces for storing tools/product, and the landowners may be open to building additional infrastructure in the future if needed.


This opportunity is available for long term lease to the right tenant, to make  productive agricultural use of and maintain the land. The leasing farmers will be the only residents of the property.

The rent for the house and land is $2500/month, with hydro billed to the farmer.

What’s your vision? Reach out with your business or farm plan to start a conversation.


This land opportunity is available through the B.C. Land Matching Program. If you are interested in this opportunity, reach out to the Vancouver Island Land Matcher, Azja, at to start a conversation!

Learn more about the land (and other Land Listings in your region) on the Young Agrarians UMAP. For more about the B.C. Land Matching Program, please visit

The B.C. Land Matching Program is funded on Vancouver Island by the Province of British Columbia, with support from the Real Estate Foundation of B.C. and Patagonia.

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