on Bowen Island is causing a stir for its ocean-front land of 137 acres and its bucolic, working farm. It is the first time in nearly 60 years that the property, known as Endswell, has been for sale.
It has a remarkable history, which includes a rickety cabin built in the late 1890s, Canadian author Ethel Wilson, the University of B.C. medical faculty, and the memories of a Vancouver family.
Source:: Vancouver Sun – Entertainment