Greenaway Realty provides real estate brokerage and consulting services. Our industry knowledge, extensive experience, and dedicated customer service will deliver successful real estate solutions whether you are looking to buy or sell.
The benefits that you receive comes for our keen focus on client relationship building and retention. Our bespoke service to you is largely due to the fact that we are a Husband and wife team working 100% together with every client, we can express frank opinions to each other that enable us to bring forth the best results from the two perspectives, ideas and skill sets to deliver one enhanced unified service. We are trained Real Estate negotiators and detail orientated which ensures your best interests are at the heart of the contract. As a bonus we can offer guidance as certified interior designers and stagers. You receive our guarantee because we use our family name to identify our service, we are a locally family owned and operated Real Estate Company.
Sooke's popularity as a scenic tourist destination has existed for generations. Well-known destinations in Sooke, such as Whiffin Spit Park, the Sooke Potholes Regional Park and adjacent Sooke Potholes Provincial Park attract visitors both locally and from around the world. Sooke is also home to the Sooke Region Museum and Visitor Centre; where visitors and locals are able to get information on regional attractions and history. The area's popularity has increased as a base for visiting the wilderness parks of Vancouver Island's southwest coast — the West Coast Trail and the Juan de Fuca Provincial Park which includes the now highly popular Juan de Fuca Marine Trail. Sooke, BC is also famous for its beaches just on the outskirts of its neighbouring communities such as Shirley and Jordan River. These beaches include Sandcut, French beach, Fishboat bay, China beach, Mystic beach and more.
Back country recreation, or off-road recreation brings a constant stream of 4X4s, quads, ATVs, dirt bikes and home built off-highway vehicles through Sooke as people search out back country access. Hundreds of kilometres of logging roads thread through the hills north of Sooke in the Rural Resource Lands of the Juan de Fuca electoral area, enabling access to several community lakes and small reservoirs. Two large reservoirs, Bear Creek and Diversion, are popular destinations north and west of Sooke.
Mountain biking is growing in popularity in British Columbia, and Sooke is establishing itself as a destination for the sport. Local advocacy groups such as the Sooke Bike Club are working to have areas such as Broom Hill set aside as parkland.
The Galloping Goose Regional Trail, part of the Trans-Canada Trail, runs through Sooke
and is a popular cycling route to Victoria.