Canyon Heights Homes for Sale

Canyon Heights Homes for Sale in North Vancouver

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Canyon Heights Homes for Sale July 13, 2024
28
Listed
50
Avg. DOM
$1,728.17
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$2,889,500
Med. List Price
28 Properties
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Canyon Heights

Canyon Heights is situated in the North Shore region of British Columbia, which is known for its stunning natural landscapes, including mountains, forests, and ocean views. The area is famous for its outdoor recreational opportunities, such as hiking, biking, and skiing, making it a paradise for nature lovers.

As part of North Vancouver, Canyon Heights is located in close proximity to the vibrant city of Vancouver, offering residents easy access to urban amenities while still enjoying the peacefulness of suburban living. The neighbouring community of West Vancouver is also just a short drive away, with its upscale shopping districts, waterfront parks, and world-class dining options.

Why Live in Canyon Heights?

Residents of Canyon Heights enjoy boundless recreational opportunities. Nestled at the foot of Grouse Mountain, the neighborhood provides access to skiing and the Grouse Grind. It is also close to Capilano Canyon, featuring the Cleveland Dam and Capilano Water Reservoir to the north. The Capilano Fish Hatchery and suspension bridge lie to the south, connected by an extensive trail network.

Is Canyon Heights a Good Place to Live?

Living in Canyon Heights comes with its own unique charm. The neighbourhood is located just minutes away from Edgemont Village, a charming shopping district with a variety of boutique shops, restaurants, and cafes. Residents can enjoy leisurely strolls through the village and take advantage of the amenities it has to offer.

The proximity to the Capilano River and its famous suspension bridge is another highlight of living in Canyon Heights. Residents can visit the bridge and take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding nature, or explore the nearby trails for hiking or biking adventures. The charm of Canyon Heights living is truly unmatched.

What's it Like Living in Canyon Heights?

Is there anything bad or negative about Canyon Heights?

Many residents of Canyon Heights have lived in their homes for decades, gradually upgrading and expanding them over the years. However, the trend of building large "monster houses" is beginning to emerge, facilitated by the area's generously sized lots. Despite this, the neighborhood's stability has slowed this transformation compared to other parts of the Lower Mainland. As a result, Canyon Heights retains much of its original charm and character.

I grew up in Lynn Valley, it's changed a lot since then but mostly for the better. The schools are pretty good, and there's lots of excellent hiking/walking/mountain biking trails. It does seem like it's been getting more developed and busy, so hopefully that doesn't ruin the charm. There's some good coffee/hangout places and the library is quite nice. The rec center is decent in terms of the gym, but the pool is basically only for kids/toddlers. Having a car is definitely extremely useful since you'd be out of the way of most of the local happenings (more events will be in places like Lonsdale and downtown, etc.) but there is still some stuff to do there (lynn valley days is good for kids, for example). Also the only movie theaters in North Van are Park & Tilford (old, not great), and Esplanade (only slightly better), neither of which are particularly close to LV or Canyon Heights. Most people I know who live or have lived in North Van would just drive to Metrotown to see movies (or maybe the new west van theater). Overall, it's a good place if you like to enjoy nature, go for a good walk or bike ride, get a nice coffee and don't need to be in an area with a lot of stuff going on (or if you have a car). Although from what I've seen recently, the traffic is getting kinda bad there (everyone drives and density has been increasing with very little infrastructure expansion).

Canyon heights is similar in terms of access to trails (LV has a nicer trail network though IMO), although there isn't much at all in terms of shops/coffee places. I'd be heading down to the Edgemont area for that, which is a very nice community and not too far. I would say these are some of the nicer areas in Vancouver, given that you can live with the cons. Hope this helps! - Reddit

Canyon Heights School

5 public & 7 Catholic schools serve this home. Of these, 2 have catchments. There are 2 private schools nearby.

Public schools in Calverhall fall under the North Vancouver School District, which operates Canyon Heights Elementary (K-12) and Carson Graham Secondary (8-12).

For higher education, residents can attend Capilano University within the district, or venture to nearby Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia for further options.

North Vancouver Real Estate

In North Vancouver City, 1/3 of the residences are single-family houses. The remaining housing options primarily include apartment complexes, small apartment buildings, townhouses, condos and duplexes. The city offers a variety of housing sizes, ranging from lofts to four-bedroom homes. 70% of the city's population own their homes, while the remaining 30% rent. About a third of the houses were built between 1960 and 1980, with most other structures dating from before 1960 or from the 1980s.

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