Bente Pilgaard is the resident Realtor, Owner, and Managing Broker of RE/MAX The Islands on Denman Island. With a background in design, education, conservation, and real estate development, Bente combines 45 years of service-oriented business into a unique and personalized experience for her clients.Working diligently to further her clients’ real estate and lifestyle interests, Bente demonstrates the highest degree of integrity and professionalism. Rooted in her Danish cultural values of thrift and common sense, Bente’s sales philosophy is to achieve the highest possible value for her clients, and to support them in every step of their real estate experience. Her intense passion for, and knowledge of, the local communities makes Bente your real estate agent of choice, whether buying or selling a home on these beautiful islands.
About Denman Island
Situated on beautiful British Columbia’s west coast, Denman Island is one of the northern Gulf Islands, part of a vast and unspoiled archipelago in the Straight of Georgia. Protected from harsh weather and strong currents by Vancouver Island and the Beaufort Mountain Range, Denman is surprisingly easy to access by boat, car ferry, or air.
Featuring sandy beaches, rocky coves, lush forests and open, rolling pastures, Denman Island provides ample opportunity for outdoor adventure. The parks and nature reserves feature plenty of hiking trails and beachfront suitable for swimming, kayaking or fishing. The Island’s bird, deer, otters, mink and beaver population is prolific.
Find out about all of Denman's services for residents and visitors alike at visitdenmanisland.ca
About Horby Island
Hornby Island is located at the northern end of the Strait of Georgia, a geo-climatic zone of lower precipitation, protection from Pacific winter storms, and a longer growing season for the garden enthusiast.
The beauty of the natural environment of Hornby has earned it the moniker “Hawaii of the North” while also contributing to the ecological and real estate values of this gem of an island. Natural grasslands, rich in rare wildflowers, are found in rocky, exposed areas near the shoreline and above the coastal bluffs. Find out about all of Hornby's services for residents and visitors alike at hornbyisland.com