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Dollarton Condos for Sale in North Vancouver

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Dollarton is a neighborhood in the municipal district of North VancouverBritish ColumbiaCanada. It was founded in 1916 as the site of a sawmill and a village for sawmill workers by Robert Dollar, a San Francisco businessman. Already at this time Dollarton was part of the District Municipality of North Vancouver. In 1917 The Deep Cove Lumber Company began logging the east side of Mount Seymour supplying logs to local mills. In 1918 a road connection was provided to connect it to the rest of the municipality and the more recently created City of North Vancouver. This road was likely an extension of Keith Road which stretched from Horseshoe Bay to Deep Cove. A later road connection known as the Dollarton Highway was completed in 1931. In 1936 Mount Seymour Park was established. In 1942 the Dollarton sawmill was closed. Since that time Dollarton and the surrounding area has developed as a residential and recreational area. In 1948 a road was build up Mount Seymour to develop a ski area. Sometime between 1955 and 1958 a large municipal park, Cates Park, was established in South Dollarton on Burrard Inlet. Since the closure of the sawmill the area to become Cates Park had developed into a desirable squatter community consisting of reasonably well build cabins. Upon creation of the Cates Park the residents were evicted. Native communities who had a village in the area are also reclaiming some ownership over the land beyond the designated Indian Reserves further west along the shore of Burrard Inlet. Besides developing as a residential area, Dollarton, along with Mount Seymour and the adjoining Neighborhood of Deep Cove offer recreational opportunities for people from all over the Vancouver Lower Mainland. The area is generally referred to as Deep Cove by non-residents. - Wikipedia

Why Live in Dollarton? 

Discover the allure of Dollarton through its serene surroundings, vibrant community, and proximity to nature. Experience a peaceful lifestyle with access to outdoor adventures, top-notch schools, and a tight-knit neighborhood. Uncover why Dollarton is a coveted place to call home.

Is Dollarton a Good Place to Live?

Yes, Dollarton is a fantastic place to live. The neighborhood is known for its beautiful single-family homes, many of which offer stunning views of the surrounding mountains and water. With its close-knit community and safe neighborhoods, Dollarton is an ideal place to raise a family. Dollarton Village, located in the heart of the neighborhood, provides residents with a variety of amenities and services, including boutique retailers, JJ Bean café, and friendly local businesses. The area is known for its strong sense of community and is often host to community events and local festivities, fostering a vibrant and connected neighborhood.

What's it Like Living in Dollarton?

Is there anything bad or negative about Dollarton?

Living in Dollarton offers a serene coastal lifestyle with stunning waterfront views, outdoor activities, and a tight-knit community feel. While it boasts natural beauty and a peaceful ambiance, some may find the lack of major amenities or nightlife options to be a downside.

I have spent most of my life living in the District of North Vancouver, and for a few years before kids in the City of North Vancouver. The City is progressive and vibrant since it is centred around Lonsdale. The shipyards and brewery district in LoLo is one the best places in all of Metro Vancouver for its ability to bring people together. The District of North Vancouver is very very suburban and dominated by old but expensive single family homes. Very conservative municipal council and land use policies have restricted supply of housing for decades. Growth is concentrated around a few Town Centres like Lynn Valley and SeyLynn but very little affordable non market rental housing so DNV is becoming an exclusive place. I am very fortunate to have a house in a great neighbourhood but the trade off is the quality and age of housing stock. Assessed value is $1.6M yet doesn’t even compare to what that would still buy you further outside of Vancouver. 1950s construction and layout and frustrations that come with it. But I enjoy the close proximity to downtown and north shore mountains and trails. So it’s worth the trade off for us. Also great schools and good to fair transit. - Reddit

Dollarton Schools

Public schools in North Vancouver are overseen by the North Vancouver School District, which administers 8 high schools and 30 elementary schools across both the city and the District of North Vancouver.

Sherwood Park Elementary

Seycove Secondary School

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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