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Cheapest, most expensive homes sold in Port Coquitlam — and one has eight bedrooms

Here's what people purchased in Port Coquitlam last month for prices of less than $500,000 to more than $2.4 million.

Port Coquitlam real estate is slowly waking from a winter slumber.

A 60 per cent jump in homes sold in March, compared to February, suggests buyers and sellers are slowly getting back in the market.

According to the latest figures from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, as many as 69 homes sold in March compared to 40 in February.

Buyers purchased a wide variety of properties — from one-bedroom condos that sold for under $500,000 to an eight-bedroom home that sold for $2.4 million.

There were more listings in March as well: 38 houses, 27 townhomes and 61 apartments were put up for sale.

Home prices also rose lightly in PoCo, which may be why some people listed their properties.

In fact, the average price for a detached house rose 2.2 per cent to $1,310,300 in March compared to February; townhouses rose 1.6 per cent to $898,400 and apartment prices increased 0.6 per cent to an average of $615,300.

Port Coquitlam remains value priced, compared to Coquitlam and Port Moody where home prices are higher.

The benchmark price for a home in Port Coquitlam, for example, was $915,700 last month, compared to $1,065,800 for Coquitlam and $1,105,400 in Port Moody.

Here's the least expensive and most costly homes in Port Coquitlam that sold in the last 30 days, as reported by


Least expansive

111-1669 Grant Ave., $473,000

  • Sold: March 25 after four days on the market
  • Size: One bedroom, one bathroom, 695 sq. ft.
  • Age: 27 years

Most expensive

409-2268 Shaughnessy St., $715,000

  • Sold: March 11 after 44 days on the market
  • Size: Two bedrooms, two bathroom home, 1,025 sq.ft.
  • Age: Seven years


Least expensive

112-1386 Lincoln Dr., $775,000

  • Sold: March 2 after two days on the market
  • Size: Two bedrooms, three bathrooms, two storey townhome, 1,307 sq.ft.
  • Age: 34 years

Most expensive

6-1750 Salisbury Ave., The Oxford, $1,195,000 

  • Sold: March 7 after six days on the market
  • Size: Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two-storey, with basement, 1,706 sq. ft., one of nine townhomes being built by The Apna Group
  • Age: New construction

Single-family home

Least expensive

39-2986 Coast Meridian Rd., $818,000

  • Sold March 12 after 11 days on the market
  • Size: Four bedroom, two bathroom, 1,538 sq.ft. home sits on a 2,973 sq.ft. lot
  • Age: 45 years

Most expensive

1764 Manning Ave., 2.4 million

  • Sold March 25 after 59 days on the market
  • Size: Eight bedroom, eight bathroom, 5,774 sq. ft. home sits on a large 7,320 sq.ft.
  • Age: Four years