Spring sales activity is busy in the Tri-Cities with home prices available at several price points.
But it’s always interesting to see what’s available at the top and lower end of the market in Metro Vancouver real estate, especially when it comes to single family homes.
Despite high inflation and a recent interest rate hike, buyers and sellers are doing a brisk business in the Tri-Cities, according to information posted to the Zealty.ca website.
Here’s what’s available at the high end of the housing market.
A five bedroom home at top of Burke Mountain with stunning views is listed for $3.99 million.
It’s a new 5,362 sq-ft. Coquitlam home including a basement suite with a separate entrance and it’s located at located at 1445 Shay St., according to the listing by Sisi Lu.
Starter homes for under $1 million
For those looking for a starter home, there are two listings at less than $1 million, a rarity in the Tri-Cities, although there could be a multiple offer situation that could eventually raise the price.
Located at 128 San Antonio Pl. in the Cape Horn neighbourhood of Coquitlam, this property has over 2,200 sq. ft. of living space and includes a freshly-painted one bedroom basement suite with a separate entrance.
There’s also a small fenced back yard with a patio, four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a newly renovated kitchen, according to the listing by Team 3000 Realty.
The two-storey house is 25 years old and is listed at $999,000.
Bargain house for $990,880 in PoCo
Nearby in Port Coquitlam, at 1820 Pitt River Rd., just off the Mary Hill Bypass, is a recently renovated charmer.
At two storeys, with three bedrooms and a lovely backyard shaded by a blossoming cherry tree, this 44-year-old home is listed at $990,880, according to Zealty.ca.
The seller’s agent is Raffi Antepyan, according to the listing.
The listings are current to April 29, 2022, according to Zealty.ca.