Homes for Sale in North Vancouver

North Vancouver is sometimes called The City by its officials and residents. Backed by the exhilarating beauty of the Coastal Mountain Range, North Vancouver is home to some of the finest scenery in Greater Vancouver. They concentrate on wellness and health, with many opportunities for recreation. There are outdoor as well as indoor activities for all ages, including ice rinks, racquet courts and swimming pools. The homes in the area have magnificent views and some also include boat moorage. Bright rooms and private spaces give you homes you won't ever want to leave. It's like a year-round holiday. 

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  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 5,108 SqFt
  • 0.40 Acres

Residential Detached

North Vancouver, BC

MLS® #R2763612

Trophy Location Overlooking Panoramic Close In City/mountain Views. Huge 17000 Sqft Sub-divided L...

Angell, Hasman & Associates (The Angell Group) Realty Ltd.

North Vancouver, British Columbia

The municipality of North Vancouver was originally incorporated in the late 1800s, after the oldest settlement in the area, Moodyville, brought logging to the North Shore. Logging continued to be the one of the area's main industries, but over time, North Vancouver became more and more urbanized. Now, the urban area is home to around 90,000 residents, and offers a diversity of jobs and activities, as well as natural attractions such as ski resorts and regional parks.

Community Resources and Recreation

A number of parks and natural attractions surround the city, which offer nature lovers plenty of places to visit, whether they are looking for an afternoon hike, a day trip, or a weekend camping trip. The popular Lynn Canyon Park offers hiking trails, an ecology centre, a suspension bridge, and sightseeing at the Twin Falls. Beach lovers can bring their families and their dogs to Ambleside Park's Dog Beach, or visit the peaceful and scenic waterfront at Deep Cove. Other area attractions include golf, public art tours, paddle boarding, and mountain biking.

Local Access and Public Transportation

North Vancouver is connected to Vancouver by a ferry and two bridges, the Lions Gate Bridge and the Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing. The Coast Mountain Bus Company runs the ferry and the bus system for North Vancouver. Highway 1, which connects to nearby cities such as Victoria, Nanaimo, and Kamloops, runs through the northern section of the city.

Education: Elementary and Secondary Schools

School District 44 serves both the City and District of North Vancouver, and is home to several dozen elementary and secondary schools. There are also several private schools, including a Christian school. Six of these schools offer Early French Immersion programs, and two offer Late Immersion programs. Students in these programs can progress into the district's Secondary French Immersion Centres, which are established at three of the area schools.

Income Demographics and Local Tax Rates

North Vancouver's 2006 census determined that 76% of the population was Caucasian, 22% was composed of other minorities, including a higher percent of Asians than nearby areas, with almost 1% of the total population being First Nations. The income for the city tends to be higher than surrounding areas, with a median household total income of almost $60,000 in 2010. In general, North Vancouver remains competitive in terms of both municipal taxes and utilities. In 2013, the average strata residence assessed at $445,374 paid $1,037. The annual tax increase for that year was 3%, which ranked in the lower half of tax increases when compared to other nearby cities and districts.

Annual Events and Festivals

For nine days in February, the unique Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival showcases films, slides, speakers, and more. Begun in 1998, this festival has grown to attract more than 20,000 viewers in North Vancouver, Vancouver, and rest of Canada. The Banff Mountain Film Festival is the only other festival that is comparable in size. Other major events include the annual Anonymous Art Show, the annual North Shore Art Crawl, and the Annual Boat Show at the Creek.

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Listing information last updated on June 6th, 2023 at 3:03pm CDT.