70 Redonda Way | $799,900
Shelley King, Shaelysse Frankland & Andrew Rivett* Agent Photo
Shelley King, Shaelysse Frankland &
Andrew Rivett*
C. (250) 287-0120
P. (250) 286-3293
Phone Shelley King, Shaelysse Frankland & ilrbc.com
972 Shoppers Row
Campbell River, BC
Canada V9W 2C5


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Address 70 Redonda Way
AreaCampbell River
Sub AreaCampbell River South
State/ProvinceBritish Columbia
Property TypeSingle Family
Floor Space1526 Square Feet
Lot Size14810.40 Square Feet
Year Built1979
Taxes $2,882
Tax Year2022
MLS® #943646

Welcome to 70 Redonda Way in desirable Mitlenatch! This elegantly renovated 2 bedroom + den rancher sits on .34 acres of peace, tranquility and privacy. Stone countertops and an abundance of storage are just two of the things you will love about the newly updated, well-equipped kitchen. The spacious breakfast area includes floor to ceiling cabinetry. Flowing seamlessly off the kitchen is a dining room perfect for entertaining and the cozy sunken living room provides the perfect space for coffee with friends or a private afternoon read. The large primary bedroom comes complete with an updated ensuite and a tiled walk-in shower. Your guests will enjoy the generous guest bedroom with private access to the backyard oasis complete with an abundant variety of fruit trees. The covered area outside provides a charming al fresco dining space while the detached shop includes ample storage and space for the master craftsman or the casual putterer. What are you waiting for, book a showing today!


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Buying and selling real estate can be an intimidating and stressful task.  My life and work experiences have given me the tools to guide you through the process with a calm, pressure free approach with an added bit of humour.  My ability to solve issues before they develop (as well as ones that pop up unexpectedly along the way) by thinking outside the box is one of the core reasons for my success.  

My work life started in restaurants, then came a few years running automotive repair shops, finally spending 23 years in the forest industry up and down the coast in remote camps. The last 19 years were spent helicopter logging for Helifor Canada as a rigger, then camp foreman running the logging operations and camp facility. The move from forest industry to real estate may not have an obvious connection but when you look deeper, both careers involve solving problems and dealing with people.  

I grew up in a real estate family so I had some understanding of the business before I jumped in, but it was the opportunity to take over my family‚Äôs business and clientele that made the move logical.  My step-father Hans Op De Beek and his wife Poppy Steele were top producers for years and in the business for 32 and 22 years respectfully. Their knowledge, systems, training, mentoring and respect in the industry and community gave me the base I needed to build my own successful business.  As a measure of that success, I have been in the Top 10 Realtors in my office of 40 realtors every year for the last 5 years.

There are several causes that I participate or contribute to:

Royal LePage Shelter Foundation - A portion of every deal goes to help support the prevention and protection of women and children from violence and abuse.  The contribution goes directly to the Anne Elmore Society here in Campbell River. 

Big Red Bike for the Heart and Stroke Foundation - Every year I raise funds and ride in the local event.

Movember Canada - I grow a terrible moustache every November to help raise money to bring awareness of men's physical and mental health issues.  

Royal LePage Advance Realty Campbell River Salmon Derby - Our committee brought the derby back from years gone by and raised over $44,000 to equally benefit the Shelter Foundation and Campbell River Salmon Foundation.

What spare time I have left I spend with my boys who are 15 & 17, spending lots of time traveling the province watching hockey games, fishing, skiing, camping or playing on the lake.  I spent lots of time outside, riding motorcycles in the spring and summer, playing in the woods in the fall, and skiing in the winter.