Quaint and peaceful, Deep Cove offers small-town living close to the big city bustle. A waterfront community with an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities, it is laid back, charming, and family friendly.
Average home price 2015: $1.1 million
5-year price change: 4%
Properties in Deep Cove ran the gamut from family home and condos to townhouses and stunning waterfront properties. Deep Cove is one of Vancouver’s undiscovered gems with prices rising just 4% in the last 5 years. As in other neighbourhoods there has been an uptick in sale prices in the last year.
It’s a seller’s market in Deep Cove with 2.9 sales for every 10 listings in May 2016. The sales ratio of 29% means that home prices continue to experience upward pressure. Yet with the sales ratio in North Vancouver at 65%, Deep Cove is still a great neighbourhood for buyers.*
Here is why you should consider moving to Deep Cove:
A world-away from the busyness of Downtown, Deep Cove’s main street offers galleries, a fine selection of boutiques and bistros, and relaxed atmosphere. Tranquil, quirky, and welcoming, Deep Cove offers laid back community living.
Spectacular outdoor recreation
Nestled at the base of Mount Seymour and looking out over Indian Arm, Deep Cove is an outdoor lover’s delight. Explore the pristine islands of the Indian Arm Provincial Marine Park by kayak, canoe or pleasure boat. Set out on hike along the Baden Powell Trail. Get out your paddle board. Enjoy one of the many waterfront parks. Spectacular views, wilderness hikes, and tranquillity are yours to find in Deep Cove.
Easy access to Downtown
East of Downtown, Deep Cove is a 20-minute drive over Second Narrows or easily accessible by public transport.
Ready to live on the waterfront? Contact David Crawford at 604 418 7653.