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New property listed in Langley

I have listed a new property at 21422 4th Ave in Langley.

Rare Opportunity to purchase a firsh farm with huge business potential.

The subject property is located in Campbell Valley, an expensive agriculture area in Langley. It is centrally laid at 4th Ave and 216 St, across the street of Campbell Valley Park, surrounded by the high-ended homes. Just 5 minutes drive from the US border. The 4.63 Acres subject lot has a 2.8-Acre Greenhouse and a 2000 square feet 3-bedroom house for Owner or Employees.

The well water quality in this area is exceptionally good, most suitable for farming fish. There are 95 fish tanks with 28 ton water capacity in this farm. World standard chemistry lab capable for academic research and fish-farm related examination and tests. There are few fish farms in the greater Vancouver, and this location is one of the largest fish farm.

The owner holds a few farming licences including Tilapia fish and white shrimp. Moreover, this property has a very large capacity to store fish imported from Arizona, USA, the trading amount is over 60,000-70,000 lbs/month. It could occupy approximately 50% the market of Greater Vancouver. The owner has over 13 years seafood business in Canada The company is a major supplier to supermarkets, seafood stores, restaurants etc. The Vancouver Aquarium will rent the fish tank for its el breeding study, generating even more potential rental income for this property.



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