Search has 444 results in North Vancouver Condos For Sale.
Average Price: $959,377, Highest Price: $5,980,000,
Lower Price: $365,000, Medium Price: $3,172,500,
Average Property Tax: $2,362, Average Square Foot: 1,212,
Average Days On Market: 48, Average Year Built: 2001
2 bathroom, 2 bedroom, 2003, Bike Room, Condos, Corner Unit, development, Elevator, End Unit, exercise centre, Floor to ceiling windows, functional, in-suite laundry, Inspired, Sauna/Steam Room, Spacious, Stainless Steel, Storage
2 bathroom, 2 bedroom, 2018, Air Cond./Central, Condos, Day Care Centre, exercise centre, in-suite laundry, ocean, Pool; Indoor, Resort, Spacious, Spectacular Views, Stainless Steel, Storage, Upper Unit
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What a wonderful area this is! From the beautiful Rocky Mountains to the wonderful trails in nature that awaits you, you will not be disappointed by the slush natural wonder.
The cost of actually developing near the mountain areas in the ocean foreshore was historically a big deterred For developers to erect condominiums in this area. This is why in the beginning the development of this district was quite slow and for instance, in 1901 there are only 360 people in this area. However, the best of development nowadays is just spectacular, with a lush and beautiful waterfront district in the lower Lonsdale area many people will be attracted to the district’s lifestyle entertainment and convenience.
The North Vancouver mountains have wonderful rivers and creeks, like the Capilano River, And Lynn Valley Creek‘s. You will also find here Lynn Canyon I lush and beautiful canyon filled with waterfalls and wonderful areas for picnics in the summer and a swim.
Geographically North Van is dissected from Vancouver by the Burrard passage. The city is very heavily populated with high-rise buildings especially in the central Lonsdale and lower Lonsdale area. The climate in the area gets more precipitation in rain than the rest of the lower mainland. This is because it is so closely located to the Rocky Mountains. This makes for a spectacular lush and green environment with the cleanest air.
Some interesting sites to see in this area are the museum. TransCanada trail. The Lonsdale Quay market, And of course Grouse mountain.
Transportation in and out of the city is a little bit more complicated than the rest of the lower mainland because one of the main bridges, the Lions gate Bridge, is usually quite tied up during heavy traffic times. This results in a bottleneck during rush hour and potential he does turn off some people from wanting to live in the area.
According to the Canadian census, the population in the city is just over 48,000. The median age is about 40 years old anymore, which is much higher than the average into Canada. The city has a large population of Asians, around 7.2%.
The neighbourhoods in the city include upper Lonsdale, Strathcona, Seymour, Riverside, Queensbury, Pemberton Heights, Norgate, Maplewood, Lynn Valley, Lynnmour, Lynn Creek, Lionsview, Keith Lynn, Hamilton, Grouse woods, Forest Hills, Edgemont village, Delbrook, deep Cove, Cove Cliff, Cleveland Park, Capilano, Canyon Heights, Boulevard, and Blueridge.
In these areas, the makeup of real estate includes properties such as duplexes, townhouses, triplexes, one bedroom apartments, and other condos that range from 2 to 4 bedrooms each.
In recent years there has been a tremendous amount of buildings being built in the area. Because of the influx of migration, this area has continually been a target for new residents coming into Vancouver, especially since it is a little bit more reasonable in price!
The new lifestyle is coming to the city and a bit by bit, a very fun City is being built. Take advantage of this and the ski attractions nearby with Seymour mountain, and Cypress Mountain. It is a skier’s Paradise!
Well, there you have it! I hope you enjoyed this little blurb about this wonderful city of North Vancouver.