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Here’s what real estate is selling in Port Moody instead of single-family homes

Port Moody has a lot of older townhomes that are great for families. Recently, five large, older townhomes between 26 years and 50 years old sold in Port Moody in 10 days or less.

Check out and you'll find many large, gorgeous singe-family detached homes for sale in Port Moody.

And some even come complete with a laneway home with two bedrooms and a legal basement suite you can rent.

But for those looking for size and space at prices they can afford, many local real estate buyers are purchasing large, older townhomes in established Port Moody neighbourhoods.

In recent weeks, there were no single-family homes reportedly sold in Port Moody; however, there were five larger and older townhomes that sold in early January — one in just one day.

Sale prices ranged from $870,000 to $1.275 million, according to, and they offered sizable square footage, with the biggest coming in at a massive 2,733 sq. ft.

The age range of these homes is between 26 and 50 years old, and the homes were reportedly sold in early to mid-January, even as interest rates were about to increase again.

Still, what may have appealed to buyers, besides the price and living space, is the feel of being in an established neighbourhood: One was located on a greenbelt, most had tall trees and mature landscaping, two had incredible views while another had trees and was close to SkyTrain.

Here's what buyers got for their hard-earned dollars (most expensive to east expensive):

1. 26-795 Noons Creek Dr. — sold Jan. 8 in five days

  • Price: $1.275 million
  • Price per sq. ft. $507
  • Size: 2,514 sq. ft.
  • Age: 33 years 
  • Features: Centrally located three bedroom plus den (or fourth bedroom) three bath townhouse with patio and large living/dining area. Mature landscaping close to a forest trail.

2. 70 Shoreline Cir. — sold Jan. 4 in 10 days

  • Price: $1.139 million
  • Price per sq. ft.  $414 
  • Size: 2,753 sq, ft.
  • Age: 26 years
  • Features: Duplex-style townhome in College Park, offering for bedrooms and four bath room with views overlooking Burrard Inlet.

3. 219 Cambridge Way — sold. Jan. 4  after one day on the market

  • Price: $918,000
  • Price per sq. ft. $560
  • Size: 1,638 sq. ft.
  • Age: 46 years
  • Features: Located in College Park, this three-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home was recently renovated and upgraded with stainless steel appliances. Complex has a playground and an indoor pool and recreation centre.

4. 77-65 Foxwood Dr. —  sold Jan. 16 in seven days 

  • Price: $870,000
  • Price per sq. ft. $621
  • Size: 1,400 sq. ft.
  • Age: 29 years 
  • Features: Offered at below government assessment of $940,000, the Heritage Mountain home sold for $21,000 above asking. Features included a new roof, and renovations, including a chef's kitchen in this three-bedroom, three-bathroom home. It has mature landscaping and backed onto Foxwood Park.

5. 158 Brookside Dr. — sold Jan. 13 after four days on market

  • Price: $799,000
  • Price per sq. ft. $509
  • Size. 1,569 sq. ft.
  • Age: 50 years old
  • Features: Three large bedrooms, two bathrooms, spacious open design with a patio on a green belt. The Moody Centre home includes a new gas insert fireplace and is close to Inlet Centre SkyTrain station.