The 122-acre landholding on Butedale Bay in the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia, Canada, is a coastal development opportunity like no other. The property includes 30 acres of deeded land, 28 acres of deep tidewater bay, 64 acres of long-term leased land and rights of way, hydro-electric licenses, and freshwater and approved marine operation rights. Butedale Lake is a natural source of freshwater that flows through Butedale’s freehold lands and cascades down a waterfall into the deep tidewater bay below. This merging of freshwater with seawater creates a diverse ecosystem that attracts a variety of marine life.