North Vancouver Townhomes for Sale

North Vancouver Townhomes for Sale

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While technically part of Vancouver BC, North Vancouver is its own city. The City of North Vancouver is a compact region nestled within the District Municipality of North Vancouver. To the west lies the District Municipality of West Vancouver. Together, these areas are known as "the North Shore."

Within the City of Vancouver itself is Downtown Vancouver, situated on a peninsula along English Bay. Adjacent to Downtown to the west is the West End. This should not be confused with the West Side of Vancouver, which is located south of Downtown, across False Creek. North Vancouver is a haven for those who love the outdoors, offering plenty of activities like skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking, and watersports. The North Shore Mountains, including Britannia, Cypress, Grouse, Lynn, Fannin, and Lions, form a stunning backdrop visible from most parts of Vancouver. These mountains are not only a visual delight but also are also home to many popular hiking trails and scenic routes.

North Vancouver's waterfront, overlooking the Burrard Inlet, downtown Vancouver's skyline, and the majestic North Shore mountains, is the crown jewel of the community. Here, you can immerse yourself in nature and enjoy peaceful morning walks along the scenic shores.

If you're considering moving to Vancouver, we want to encourage you to look closer at North Vancouver.

Why Live in North Vancouver?

North Vancouver is across the Vancouver Harbor from downtown Vancouver and is a little less crowded with the same great neighbourhoods, community features and amenities. However, it's a little more laid back where you can watch the fishing boats and cruise ships come in and out of the harbor without the noise and bustle of downtown. 

Is North Vancouver a Good Place to Live?

Well, isn't that all relative? However, there are several great places TO live in North Vancouver. Here are just some of our favorites: 

  • Lower and Upper Lonsdale - Along with Upper Lonsdale, these two major areas are popular for homeowners.  Lower Lonsdale, the more urban of the two, is a waterfront oasis along the Burrard Inlet shoreline. It's a vibrant hub for recreation and business, featuring attractions like the SeaBus terminal, The Shipyards District, The Polygon Gallery, Lonsdale Quay Market, and the Museum of North Vancouver. This area is immensely walkable and bikeable, with an array of restaurants, shops, and the North Shore's Spirit Trail nearby. The residential mix here includes high-end luxury condos with stunning views of the water, mountains, and city skyline, alongside stately townhomes, craftsman duplexes, and traditional homes.

    Upper Lonsdale, in contrast, offers a more rustic and relaxing atmosphere. Straddling both the city and district, it provides panoramic views of Vancouver's skyline and surrounding waters. Homes here are often luxurious and spacious, filled with amenities and nestled at higher elevations. Its proximity to Grouse Mountain makes it ideal for winter sports enthusiasts, while the abundance of trails, parks, and open spaces ensures year-round outdoor enjoyment. Like Lower Lonsdale, Upper Lonsdale maintains convenience with a variety of shopping and dining options along Lonsdale Avenue, making it a sought-after destination for home seekers.

  • Lynn Valley -  Celebrated for its stunning public parks, numerous family-oriented activities, and the lively Lynn Valley Centre, this area of the North Shore is perfect for exploring. With abundant nature trails and parks, it offers a lifestyle deeply rooted in the outdoors. Lynn Valley, home to a range of excellent public and private schools, is perhaps the most suburban-like among North Vancouver's esteemed communities. Yet, surrounded by lush natural scenery, it feels more like a rural village than a typical urban-adjacent bedroom community for families. Like other parts of the District of North Vancouver, housing options here vary from condos to single-family homes, making Lynn Valley an ideal starting point for outdoor adventures and suited to various lifestyles.
  • Canyon Heights - Canyon Heights, located in the far northwestern part of the District of North Vancouver is a peaceful residential area is celebrated for its beautiful landscape, set among mature trees and mountainous terrain, making it perfect for those who want to step directly from their home into nature. Homes here often have large yards and scenic views, providing residents with a private sanctuary close to modern conveniences. The community is also near the famous Capilano Suspension Bridge, ideal for family outings. Canyon Heights stands out as one of North Vancouver's most naturally beautiful areas, with tree-lined streets and proximity to vast green spaces like Cleveland Dam and Capilano River Regional Park
  • Deep Cove -  Deep Cove is a village nestled on the shores of Indian Arm, located at the furthest eastern point of the district. Renowned for its refreshing way of life, Deep Cove offers breathtaking views of the water and lush hillsides. The homes in this area are integrated into the landscape and either hidden among the trees or perched by the water's edge providing both seclusion and awe-inspiring panoramas.

What's it Like Living in North Vancouver?

Is there anything bad or negative about North Vancouver?

North Vancouver Real EstateBe aware that travel to Vancouver can take time, as there are only two bridges spanning the Burrard Inlet and a single SeaBus service. The SeaBus typically operates every 15 minutes, with a crossing time of about 15 minutes, terminating at Waterfront Station. This station connects to two SkyTrain lines—the Canada Line and the Expo Line—as well as the West Coast Express train and multiple bus routes. It's conveniently located just a short walk from downtown Vancouver. At The Quay in North Vancouver, the SeaBus station provides connections to a wide array of bus services for both North Vancouver and West Vancouver and from North Shore to Downtown Vancouver.

"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."

"I have lived in North Van for all of my life, my great- grandparents lived here. I love it. I live close to Capilano Mall and it’s perfect. You have lots of trails to walk, you can walk to the Lonsdale Quay and back easily. You are close enough to walk to do groceries, labs and access social services. If you don’t want to plan your day around rush hour you can access transit easily."- Reddit

North Vancouver 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.

The Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique provides Francophone education at école André-Piolat, offering both primary and secondary levels.

In addition, the area hosts several independent private schools, including Bodwell High School and Lions Gate Christian Academy.

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.

North Vancouver Real Estate Agents

If North Vancouver sounds like the place you'd like to be, start browsing all the listings above. Our North Vancouver agents are ready to help you find the perfect home, condo or property to suit your needs and your budget. We'd love to have you join us here in North Vancouver. Start your only search or browse by Neighbourhood below.  When you're ready, reach out to our North Vancouver real estate agents for a personalized tour of any listing for sale!

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