Top 10 list of most valuable addresses in the Tri-Cities

The value of a Belcarra property doubled in a year after a 10,000 sq. ft. home was completed on the land in 2016.

If you owned land in the Tri-Cities last year — a lot of land — it's likely your parcel is rated at the top of BC Assessment's 2017 roll as the most valuable property in the region.

According to the agency, which released its figures this week, properties with a significant amount of acreage were the most expensive in all of the local municipalities but one.

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In Belcarra, properties with single-family houses dominated the village's Top 10 list.

And Belcarra held the distinction of having the most expensive residence in the Tri-Cities: The value of the property at 185 Turtlehead Rd., in the Woodhaven neighbourhood, has doubled in a year, from $3.85 million to $7.2 million.

That's because a new 10,000 sq. ft. house — with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms — was completed on the land last year, by owners Gang Lu and Ben Qian.

Still, the highest-valued properties in the other four Tri-City jurisdictions contain much smaller and older homes on their large estates.

For example, in the village of Anmore, the priciest parcel — at 2220 East Rd., worth $6.6 million on the 2017 roll (versus $4.8 million last year) — has a modest 2,961 sq. ft. home that was built in 1992, with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, on 25 acres.

In Coquitlam, the highest valued property — at 3655 Crouch Ave., worth $15.7 million (versus $12.2 million last year) — has a 4,476 sq. ft. home that was built in 1989 with five bedrooms and four bathrooms, on 34.4 acres.

In Port Coquitlam, the most expensive property — at 1381 Dominion Ave., worth $7.7 million (versus $5.6 million last year) — has a 3,845 sq. ft. residence that was built in 2003 with six bedrooms and five bathrooms, on six acres.

And in Port Moody, its most valued property — at 1300 Ioco Rd., worth $7.5 million (versus $7.2 million last year) — has a basic 1,098 sq. ft. home that was built in 1965 with one bedroom and two bathrooms, on 5.3 acres.

Below, the addresses of the 10 most valuable homes for each of our five municipalities:



3655 Crouch Ave., $15.7 million

3333 Caliente Pl., $8.9 million

3615 David Ave., $8.3 million

3646 Victoria Dr., $5.9 million

3695 Victoria Dr., $5.2 million

3486 Wessex Crt., $4.6 million

3685 Victoria Dr., $4.6 million

1411 Edwards St., $4.4 million

2966 Sunridge Crt., $4.4 million

1350 Edwards St., $4.2 million



1381 Dominion Ave., $7.7 million

584 Laurier Ave., $3 million

1397 Pitt River Rd., $2.3 million

300 Laurier Ave., $2.2 million

749 Capital Crt., $2.1 million

965 Fort Fraser Rise, $2 million

757 Capital Crt., $2 million

752 Capital Crt., $2 million

3047 Burns Rd., $2 million

2420 Burns Rd., $1.9 million



1300 Ioco Rd., $8.2 million

3240 Red Gate Rd., $6.7 million

1256 Alderside Rd., $5 million

1122 Alderside Rd., $5 million

3400 Red Gate Rd., $4.6 million

1008 Alderside Rd., $4.5 million

1254 Alderside Rd., $4.1 million

652 Alderside Rd., $3.9 million

852 Alderside Rd., $3.9 million

824 Alderside Rd., $3.8 million



2220 East Rd., $6.6 million

2300 Sunnyside Rd., $5.8 million

3053 Anmore Creek Way, $5.2 million

2610 Sunnyside Rd., $4.6 million

1450 Crystal Creek Dr., $4.6 million

3299 Black Bear Way, $4.5 million

3051 Anmore Creek Way, $4.2 million

1755 Lancaster Crt., $4.1 million

1730 Lancaster Crt., $4.1 million

172 Wollny Crt., $3.9 million



185 Turtlehead Rd., $7.2 million

4593 Belcarra Bay Rd., $6.4 million

4535 Belcarra Bay Rd., $5.1 million

3495 Senkler Rd., $5 million

5225 Coombe Lane, $4.8 million

5269 Coombe Lane, $4.7 million

5063 Whiskey Cove Lane, $4.6 million

5061 Whiskey Cove Lane, $4.3 million

5191 Belcarra Bay Rd., $4.3 million

5065 Whiskey Cove Lane, $4.3 million




















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