Aberdeen Houses for Sale
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Aberdeen Real Estate Listings
Real Estate in Aberdeen
Aberdeen's real estate consists primarily of single-family homes and row houses, some three levels, with up to six bedrooms, four bathrooms, large decks, double garages, covered car parks, and outdoor pools. The majority of the homes were built in the 1960s and 1980s, while about a third were built in the 1990s.
Mature neighbourhoods with older homes have spacious backyards and low-maintenance landscaping throughout Aberdeen. Many areas have cul-de-sacs, perfect for family living. Aberdeen is home to some custom-built million-dollar dwellings with at least half an acre of private land.
There are some apartments and townhomes to choose from and a few different Strata condo developments that are popular around the community with varying price ranges. There is a Strata mobile home park on Howe Road surrounded by mature trees and wildlife. If you are looking to build your own dream home, there are vacant lots available in the neighbourhood of Juniper West. Galore West is the newest 42-lot development with some of the best views and is surrounded by parks, bike/hiking trails, tennis courts, and a neighbourhood store.
Located in the southern part of Kamloops, Aberdeen is one of the fastest-growing communities in the area. It borders the Old Merritt highway and overlooks the Thompson River, the largest tributary of the Fraser River. The seventh Earl of Aberdeen and Governor-General of Canada for five years, John Campbell Gordon, was the person behind the name chosen for Aberdeen. This community enjoys the living style of a more relaxed environment, and the neighbouring streets are quiet most of the time. There are at least ten beautiful green spaces in Aberdeen, including Aberdeen Hills Off-Leash Dog Park.
Surrounding neighbourhoods include Brocklehurst and West End, and Lower and Upper Sahali are within walking distance. This community has one of the better public transit access routes with service from Aberdeen and Pacific Way bus routes. If you are using a vehicle as your primary mode of transportation, parking is never a challenge, the Kamloops Airport is only about 25 minutes driving, and the Trans-Canada Highway is easy to access by car.
Aberdeen is one of the only areas with a praiseworthy mall and its own Costco, only five minutes away. Schools in the area include McGowan Park Elementary School, Aberdeen Elementary School, Summit Elementary School, Pacific Way Elementary School, and South Sa-Hali Elementary School.
Things To Do in Aberdeen
There are at least ten restaurants to dine at in Aberdeen, and the many shops inside the mall are friendly and convenient. Make sure to visit Tournament Capital Centre, which offers many different facilities, such as gymnastics, swimming, indoor track, fitness facility, courts, and other types of sports fields. Cascades Casino is located in the Aberdeen area, and it houses three restaurants and gambling, slot machines, and tables.
Kenna Cartwright Park
The largest municipal park in the province is Kenna Cartwright Park, only ten minutes away. Over 800 hectares of Mount Dufferin, the park was named in honour of Kenna Cartwright, former Councillor and Mayor of Kamloops. The park has three different trailheads with beautiful views for biking and hiking. The trails range from easy, moderate, to difficult. Enjoy the picnic area, wetland, and off-leash dog space.
Boogie Bus Shuttle
Gather up all your friends and take advantage of the coolest transportation in Kamloops. Boogie Bus Shuttles offers transportation for beer and wine tours or even a trip up to the ski hill. Wine tours include snacks, goodie bags, and door-to-door pickup. The shuttle can accommodate up to 14 people and is perfect for your next stagette, golf or baseball tournaments, Christmas parties, family reunions, pub crawls, or even shopping trips.
Cliffs Climbing Gym
Cliffside Climbing Gym is fun for the whole family while keeping yourself in good shape. Built in the early 90s, this was one of the first climbing gyms to pop up in BC and is now a thriving establishment. Cliffs is a great place to experience the challenge and excitement of rock climbing in a safe and friendly indoor environment. With over 60 routes and 100 boulder challenges, this climb fits any skill level. They offer introductory lessons, and they host birthday parties and other events.
Kamloops Longboard Park
Kamloops Longboard Park boasts the first and currently the only one of its kind for the avid boarder. Construction was finished in 2014 on Pacific Way, only minutes from Aberdeen. This is the perfect spot to safely ride your longboard/downhill skateboard without having to navigate the dangers of an open road or shared space. The park is 355 metres long, with two runs and the Kamloops Longboard Club maintains the park.