Musgrave Farm is an assemblage of 4 titles on the only stretch of flat land on the island’s southwest corner. Nearly 2km of shoreline with a beautiful protected bay & pristine beach. The estate faces west across Sansum Narrows toward Cowichan Bay & Vancouver Island & boasts multiple 19th & 20th century farm & family structures, open fields, Cedar & Douglas fir forests & year-round creek. The property’s orientation provides sun and mild temperatures all year ideal for agriculture. Residences include main house designed by David Adler (1941), the cedar-sided farmhouse (1985), waterfront cedar pan-abode (1972) caretaker’s residence (1912), cedar barn house (1992), forest cabin(1996), & tree house built by Pete Nelson. Residents enjoy a tennis court, two docks, boathouse, greenhouse, tool shed, truck garage, tractor shed, barn & chicken house. Additional buildings include a horse shelter, boat barn, utility shed, garden shed, several orchards, & fenced vegetable garden.