This farm for sale in Qualicum Beach comes with a market store, massive house, and five acres of rich farmland.

For Sale: Established produce and fruit farm in beautiful Qualicum Beach

So many possibilities in this fully functional Vancouver Island farm+market+home!

Looking for a change of pace? The place to do it is this rare property in the oceanside area of Vancouver Island!

Whether you’re an experienced farmer looking to move to an island paradise, or a novice dreaming of a career change that will let you work the soil, this fully-functional fertile farm in Qualicum Beach is a great opportunity!

“Well-known Mindi’s Farm has a great reputation and is supported by locals,” says the listing agent Carol Riera, “The current owners sell on-site, and at the farmers’ markets in the area.”

You’ll get just over five acres of rich farmland, a shop with a concrete floor and walk-in cooler, two greenhouses and other out-buildings.

“The large 3574 square foot home accommodates two families side by side, complete with two full kitchens, two living rooms, six bedrooms and four bathrooms,” Riera says.

For mainland residents used to long drives to get to the beach or the woods, Qualicum Beach is an outdoor paradise.

“I love Qualicum Beach — the lifestyle is wonderful! Many active seniors and young families live in this area. They take advantage of the walking trails and nearby attractions like Englishman River Falls and the Horne Lake Caves, doing yoga and going to the beach.”

Riera says residents are well-established and enthusiastic about supporting growers at local farmer’s markets. That means there’s a big demand for your crops. All you have to do is move in and start growing them!

Financial statements will be provided to qualified buyers who have signed a non-disclosure agreement. To take an aerial tour of the property, visit

Put down roots in a thriving community

The opportunities are endless on this farm. Bring your own ideas or continue growing vegetables and fruit on this rich land. You can feel good about your investment, knowing Riera donates a portion of every sale or listing to the Children’s Miracle Network.

Riera is an active sponsor in the community, believing that it’s important to give back. She’s currently a director on the board for the Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce. Since coming to Qualicum Beach she has handed out a variety of scholarships at the local high school through donations from her own business, and on behalf of RE/MAX Anchor and First Realties and the Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce.

Visit to learn more about Riera, go to to see all her listings, and call 250-951-1019 to view this wonderful farm!

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Real estate agent Carol Riera and husband Bruno Sterckeman enjoy the walking trails in Qualicum Beach. Buy the productive farm for sale at 797 Qualicum Road and you can take advantage of the beaches, trails and natural beauty of the area.

The farm store has parking for customers and shelving for all your produce.

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