Comox, BC Real Estate & Houses for Sale

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Open Houses in Comox, BC

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Comox, BC

Located on the eastern edge of Vancouver Island, Comox covers 16.74 square kilometres on the coast of the Salish Sea. This town of over 13,000 people is situated near the communities of Courtenay, Royston, Cumberland, and Grantham. Part of the city extends along the shoreline of the Comox Harbour on part of the Comox Peninsula. The area is home to plenty of wildlife and natural beauty, with mountain areas, forests, and beaches. Recently, the town has become something of a tourist destination, especially for those interested in skiing.


Comox, British Columbia

Comox, British Columbia
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: British Columbia

  • Population: 13,627

  • Area: 16.74 km2


Lifestyle and Culture

Comox’s northern section is sparsely populated compared to the southern section. Parks, campgrounds, and beaches can be found along the coastline here, and there are a few restaurants, shops, and accommodations (hotels/motels).

The central section of Comox features the Comox Valley Airport, as well as a golf course, a museum, a few parks, and residential areas. Views of the Salish Sea are available along the eastern part of this section.

The most densely populated section of the town is the southern section, which has residential areas, as well as multiple parks, schools, a recreation centre, a golf course, a shopping mall, restaurants, service providers, a hospital, a fire hall, and churches. A large marina area is located along the southern edge of this section.


Entertainment and Tourism

Goose Spit Park is located in the southern section of the town, and features rocky and sandy beaches, fire ring areas with firewood available for purchase, wheelchair accessibility, wildlife viewing opportunities, scenic views, toilet facilities, picnic tables and benches, and links to walking trails in the area. Wildlife in the park includes waterfowl, deer, otters, seals, sea lions, and various types of marine life. Anderton Park, also in the southern section of Comox, offers tennis courts, a basketball court, a playground, a short walking path, treed areas, and greenspace.

The Filberg Festival, held in early August each year, is a celebration of Canadian arts, crafts, and music, and features family-friendly entertainment, food vendors, and artisans selling clothing, jewelry, ceramics, glassware, textiles, beauty products, leather products, wood products, and various works of art. The festival takes place at the Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park, which is a former private home situated on nine acres of waterfront greenspace. The property includes gardens and heritage buildings, and is open to visitors.

Entertainment and Tourism


Comox is home to St. Joseph’s General Hospital (1,200 employees), the Royal Canadian Air Force 19 Wing Comox (1,600 employees), and the Comox Valley Airport (the largest airport on Vancouver Island), all of which are major employers in the town. Major industries in the area include tourism, education, health care, government, law enforcement, and retail.

The Comox Valley Economic Development Society provides support and promotion for small and large business in the area, as well as encouraging investment in economic activities in the region.


Real Estate Market

There are a range of residential real estate options in the northern section of Comox, from affordable mobile home options, to older single-family homes, to high-priced newer single-family homes. Most single-family homes here are located on large, rural-style lots.

In the central section of town, there is also a mix of residential options, with a range of prices. Mobile homes, older single-family homes, and large luxury homes can all be found here. Many homes are on large lots, with some offering waterfront views. High-priced vacant land is also available in this section.

Anywhere along the southern edge of the southern section of town offers large homes with beautiful views, and price tags to reflect their desirability. However, with the exception of some luxury homes here, the majority of the single-family homes in this section are more mid-range in price. There are also condo options here, as well as commercial property (mostly retail or restaurant-based). Vacant land comes at a range of prices, depending on location.

Real Estate Market


Schools in the area are mostly operated by School District No. 71 (Comox Valley) and include Aspen Park Elementary School, Brooklyn Elementary School, Highland Secondary, Robb Road Elementary School, Village Park Elementary, Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School, Valley View Elementary School, and Airport Elementary School. Other schooling options are available in nearby Courtenay.

Residents must go to nearby Courtenay for post-secondary options such as North Island College and Excel Career College. Other options can be found farther south in Nanaimo.

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