Kinsmen Park Houses for Sale
Search all Kinsmen Park Houses for Sale and real estate listings below. Kinsmen Park is a neighbourhood in Esquimalt, BC, known for its quiet streets and friendly neighbourhood vibe.
Being near the water, many homes in the area have been built with windowed walls that can take in panoramic views, excellent for a sunset view over the ocean in the summertime, and storm watching in the winter months. Be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever new Kinsmen Park properties come on the market.
Real Estate in Kinsmen Park
Real estate for sale in Kinsmen Park includes everything from duplexes on family-friendly cul-de-sacs to multi-million-dollar waterfront estates. Many houses face the Gorge Waterway (known locally as “The Gorge”), a picturesque, narrow tidal inlet connecting the Inner Harbour of downtown Victoria to the Portage inlet home to animals such as sea otters, seals, great herons, and Olympia oysters.
Kinsmen Park has many lovely, affordable, 2-3-bedroom condos for sale that feature amenities like modern appliances, an in-unit washer and dryer, a natural gas fireplace, bedrooms with ensuites, soaker tubs, large balconies, and plenty of storage and parking. Many units will allow dogs and cats of any size. Your realtor will help find you an apartment with large windows to let the sunshine in, so you can enjoy ocean and mountain views as you live an easy-care lifestyle, with home maintenance fees covered by monthly strata fees.
There are plenty of recently updated heritage homes in this natural West Coast setting. Nowhere else will you have the opportunity to buy a character home just steps from the ocean that is also close enough to commute by bicycle to the downtown core of Victoria. This community also has plenty of recent builds, with new single-family homes throughout the area.
First-time buyers may want to consider an affordable 1-, 2-, or 3-bedroom, modern townhouse outfitted with all the conveniences a young family needs in a peaceful and welcoming community. The Kinsmen Park area of Esquimalt can be an excellent place to purchase a second property for a rental income.
Whether you are looking for an open concept home with room for family gatherings, a cozy home tucked on a cozy side street, or a penthouse condo with the luxury amenities, your real estate agent will find what you are looking for in Kinsmen Park.
About Kinsmen Park, Esquimalt, BC
Kinsmen Park is a neighbourhood of the township of Esquimalt, one of the most attractive residential areas of Victoria, BC. It is a bustling community close to downtown Victoria but surrounded by water and charming mountain views.
Kinsmen Park has a high livability score, excellent amenities within walking distance, a low crime rate, good schools, and friendly neighbours. There are multiple grocery stores, convenience stores, gas stations, restaurants, hotels, and shopping centres nearby.
Popular pastimes in Kinsmen Park include walking and paddling the waterways in personal watercraft like canoes, rafts, and kayaks. The area is rich in history and has public art for the entire community to enjoy.
Things to Do in Kinsmen Park
Gorge Vale Golf Club
Golfing is a popular pastime in Victoria, and the Gorge Vale Golf Club provides a lovely, inclusive golfing experience to all who want to play on their green. You must join the club as a member to play, and there are multiple membership categories to choose from.
Lampson Lions Park
Lampson Lions Park is an urban Esquimalt park that is 7 hectares in size. The park area has been recently graded, with newly planted trees, picnic areas, and benches for a family-friendly environment. There are two baseball diamonds, bleachers, a seasonal concession stand and washrooms, a playground, walking trails, and a grassy area for frisbee or bocce games.
Visit Esquimalt Gorge Park
The Esquimalt Gorge Park, formerly known as Kinsmen Gorge Park, is 11.5 hectares of landscaped playlands on the south side of the Gorge Waterway, with wood chip and gravel pathways leading through a variety of garden areas, including a Japanese garden, a rose garden, and a host of Douglas Fir and other heritage trees. Walk the pedestrian bridges over the creek, have a picnic, or take advantage of the small swimming area for a soak or launch your personal watercraft. Wheelchair accessible, with beaches, playgrounds, and restroom facilities, this park is suitable for all ages and abilities.