North Vancouver, BC Real Estate & Houses for Sale

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On Point2, there are 465  homes for sale  in North Vancouver, BC to choose from. You can browse through multiple property types, from single-family homes for sale to townhouses, condos and even commercial real estate in North Vancouver, BC.

How much do houses in North Vancouver, BC cost?

Homes for sale in North Vancouver, BC vary with prices ranging from $299,000 to $7,388,000.

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The City of North Vancouver, located in British Columbia close to Vancouver, is a waterfront community surrounded by beautiful mountains and ocean views.

North Vancouver has a population of around 84,000 and spans an area of 11.8 sq. kilometres.

The Burrard Inlet separates North Vancouver from the Downtown area, and the city is a residential, commercial, and recreational hub.

Framed by the North Shore mountains, North Vancouver offers a lovely lifestyle and standard of living.

With easy access to both Downtown Vancouver and nature and wilderness, the city is popular among young people, families, and retirees. Located just a 20-minute drive from Vancouver, the city is very pleasant and many residents commute from here to Downtown Vancouver and take advantage of the great transit links, particularly the SeaBus.

Residents can also enjoy nearby ski resort Grouse Mountain in the winter time, which is located just 15 minutes from North Vancouver.

North Vancouver’s landscape is known for huge mountains that tower over the city, as well as waterfalls, creeks, forests, and of course, the Burrard Inlet.

The city enjoys a temperate coastal rainforest climate, and experiences an abundance of sunshine in summer, and generous levels of precipitation in the winter.

Average daily temperatures in summer reach around 17°C, and in winter average at around 3°C. However, in winter, much of the rain turns to snowfall in the mountains.


North Vancouver, British Columbia

North Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: British Columbia

  • Nickname(s): -

  • Population: 84,412 

  • Area:

    Land: 160.76 km2  


North Vancouver offers a number of recreational activities in the nearby North Shore mountains. You can ski and snowboard at local Grouse Mountain during the winter months, and wander the many trails that sprawl across nearby Grouse, Seymour, and Cypress Mountain year-round. Lonsdale Quay is a popular attraction known for its beautiful views of Downtown Vancouver and the Burrard Inlet. The Quay is home to a number of First Nations art galleries, and a microbrewery. Capilano Suspension Bridge is also a popular spot, as well as Cleveland Dam and Capilano Suspension Fish Hatchery. Other activities in the area include zip lining, paragliding, and wildlife watching. Deep Cove is another popular destination, which is a seaside community perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, kayakers, and boaters.



North Vancouver is split into the waterfront city and the surrounding District of Vancouver, however, most people refer to the area as “The North Shore” since there are no physical or political borders. Notable neighbourhoods around North Vancouver and the North Shore include:



If buyers can’t find a home in Edgemont Village, Capilano is often the next best thing. The area is incredibly sought after and features a mix of large, family homes as well as small bungalows and ranchers. It’s also within walking distance to Edgemont Village, has good access to Marine Drive and Lion’s Gate Bridge, and is in a very desirable area in terms of school catchments. Capilano Highlands is also a very charming area with older, larger homes and some of the most expensive properties in North Vancouver.

Deep Cove

Deep Cove is a lovely area located at the foot of Mount Seymour. The area offers a pleasant lifestyle with access to the waterfront and harbour, along with activities such as hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding, and biking. The housing is a mix of luxury and rustic cabins, and detached houses. There are 2 elementary schools and 1 secondary school in the area.

Lower Lonsdale

Lower Lonsdale is the waterfront neighbourhood that runs up Lonsdale Avenue and has incredibly easy access to public transit, particularly the SeaBus which provides access to Downtown Vancouver across the Burrard Inlet. The area is undergoing development, as old shipyards are being torn down to make way for retail units and condominiums. Central Lonsdale is considered by many as the heart of North Vancouver, and features high-rise homes, townhouses, and retail amenities. Upper Lonsdale is one of the city’s more prestigious areas and contains luxury detached properties with more land, as well as townhouses, condos, and smaller detached homes.

Lynn Valley

Located between the slopes of Mount Fromme and Mount Seymour, Lynn Valley is a beautiful forested area with natural parks and outdoor activities, as well as a large Shopping Centre and a range of housing options. New family homes and condominiums have been emerging over the years and are currently in development to accommodate more residents. Detached housing prices have become more expensive and average around $1,000,000.

Real Estate Market

North Vancouver’s real estate is incredibly desirable due to its proximity to the mountains, city, and ocean. Like the surrounding areas, the market is hot and sales are continually topping the monthly averages. Housing in the city consists of condos and multi-unit residences, especially in areas like Lonsdale Quay, and detached properties are more common in areas such as Capilano. The benchmark price of a detached property in North Vancouver hit $1,566,500 in May 2016, while apartment prices averaged at $501,000.

Housing demand in Vancouver is undeniably high, largely led by foreign investors and the city’s desirability. However, North Vancouver and its surrounding areas offer an incredibly pleasant lifestyle due to its positioning close to both the city and outdoor activities.

North Vancouver has great transit and road links to other areas. The city is served by Highway 1, which is part of the Trans-Canada Highway, which runs to Whistler and beyond, and to neighbouring areas such as Burnaby. The City is connected to Vancouver by the Lion’s Gate Bridge and the Second Narrows Crossing.

  • Average Home Price: $868,200
  • Average Condo Price: $437,313  
  • Average Detached Home Price: $1,699,200
Home Style Average Price
Home $1,512,966
Detached $1,386,556
Condo $437,313

The following table, based on data taken from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA’s) National MLS® Report for April 2016 (the latest information available), demonstrates how homes in LSTAR’s jurisdiction continue to maintain their affordability compared to other major British Columbia and Canadian centres.



There are 30 elementary schools and 8 high schools in the District of North Vancouver, as well as École André-Piolat, a Francophone primary and secondary school. North Vancouver also has multiple private schools, including Lions Gate Christian Academy and Bodwell High School. The city is home to Capilano University, and Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia are located in neighbouring areas.

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