These Comox Valley homes worth a visit due to Christmas displays

As promised, here are some impressive Comox Valley Christmas displays that our readers have told us about.

As promised, here are some impressive Comox Valley Christmas displays that our readers have told us about.

You might want to head out for a drive and check them out.

• 1250 Hobson Ave., Courtenay;

• 1300 Hobson Ave., Courtenay;

• 47-1970 Fitzgerald Ave., Courtenay;

• 1467 Sonora Pl., Comox;

• 909 Highwood Dr. in Comox;

• 5975 Garvin Rd., Union Bay.

If you know about a good display of Christmas lights that is not on this list, e-mail the address to editor@comoxvalleyrecord.com.

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