Homes for Sale in Coquitlam

Coquitlam, British Columbia is a city rich with suburban feel, and a population of over 120,000. The town center offers entertainment, cultural and education facilities, in addition to offices and dense housing. It’s also served by a rapid transit service. The single family houses in the area give you an escape from your busy work life, and blend current construction techniques with an eye to traditional craftsmanship. It’s a popular area in which to purchase homes for residency or investment purposes.  Apart from homes, Coquitlam offers many Condos and Townhouses.

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Coquitlam, British Columbia

The community of Coquitlam has a population of nearly 127,000, making it the sixth-largest city in British Columbia. Primarily a suburban city, Coquitlam's origin can be traced back as far as 1860 when the area was settled by Europeans. It was around 1890 when the settlement was officially recognized as a township or city. The city's growth was facilitated by the opening of Fraser Mills, as French Canadians were brought in to work for the lumber mill company, and this growth continued at a rapid rate after the Second World War.

Public Transportation

One of the more important assessments of any community is mobility and access, and Coquitlam is highly accessible. The city can be entered via the Lougheed highway, which enters the west side of the city. Once the Lougheed crosses into the city limits it is known as Barnett highway and it travels completely across the city, exiting on the east side. Two additional primary means of travel are David Avenue and Guilford Way, which are major roads that move parallel to one another north of the main highway. For individuals who prefer using public transportation, this can be accomplished with very little effort. The transit system is operated by TransLink. For a commuter coming into the city, there is the 97 B-line and the West Coast Express that allow those living in the outlying areas to easily enter and exit Coquitlam without having to deal with rush hour road traffic.

Primary and Secondary School System

With more than 30,000 students in 67 different schools, the community has a flourishing school system that focuses on preparing students to be productive and respectful adult citizens. Lord Baden-Powell Elementary is one of the standout elementary schools in the city; the school not only provides an excellent academic curriculum for young students, but also places a significant emphasis on providing their students with the tools necessary to become solid citizens. The same emphasis on excellence can be seen in the middle and high schools throughout the district. As children mature emotionally, psychologically and physically, their needs change and the secondary schools in the district do not allow these needs to go unaddressed. These schools also place a great emphasis on ensuring that the students are prepared to move on to local higher learning institutions after graduating from high school, such as Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia.

Local Recreation and Resources Available

If you're interested in the environment, you're in luck: Coquitlam has an abundance of natural recreational resources. The city has more than 50 family-oriented parks and green area, making for great family outings that facilitate young children becoming acquainted with nature and the ecosystem. In addition to parks, such as Blue Mountain, Bramble and Town Centre Park, there are a number of arts and cultural centres available, including the two-branch Coquitlam Public Library. Coquitlam is the ideal community for the family that is looking for a suburban lifestyle. The city is large enough to provide entertainment and resource amenities while remaining intimate enough to create the perfect level of comfort and familiarity.

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Listing information last updated on October 23rd, 2017 at 3:57pm CDT.