Gonzales Houses for Sale
Search all Gonzales houses for sale and real estate listings below. Gonzales is a prestigious neighbourhood in Oak Bay, BC. Real estate in the Gonzales neighbourhood is highly coveted due to its well-kept beautiful homes, oceanfront property, and the pristine, understated elegance of the area.
Residents enjoy the peace and luxury of a beautiful, quiet neighbourhood, with all the convenience of city living, when they buy property in the Gonzales. Large single-family homes are typical, and modern homes with floor-to-ceiling windows are common to maximize the ocean views. There are a few exquisite mansions with pools and private oceanfront access. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Gonzales, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Oak Bay real estate experts today!
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Real Estate in Gonzales
In 2022, the Gonzales neighborhood saw 9 single-family homes change hands. As per the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board (VIREB) statistics for that year, these homes had an average list price of $2,734,700 and an average sale price of $2,666,800. On average, these homes were sold at 98% of their listing price, with an average time on the market of just 14 days.
Your real estate agent can show you anything from a cozy cottage-style house, a contemporary beach house, or a multi-million-dollar oceanfront estate in the Gonzales neighbourhood. Homes in this area have immaculately landscaped gardens and lawns, the streets are lined with protected Garry oak trees, and the people living in this area are both sophisticated and down to earth.
On the waterfront area between Hollywood Crescent and Dallas Road are condos and eco-friendly beach houses. The neighbourhood features restored heritage homes and character buildings from the 1800s and early 1900s and Tudor-style dwellings that have been perfectly restored.
Living in Gonzales is proof that you can have it all; you can live an island life without sacrificing luxury and elegance. This quiet, well-kept neighbourhood will provide you and your family with the peace and quiet, green spaces, and ocean views you want, with all the conveniences of living in a city.
Ask your realtor to show you what is for sale in this prestigious, distinguished neighbourhood. From well-kept mid-century houses to brand new condos and apartment buildings on the waterfront, you are sure to find a home that will suit your discerning tastes in the Gonzales neighbourhood of Victoria, BC.
About Gonzales, Oak Bay, BC
The neighbourhood of Gonzales, Victoria was established in the mid-1800s and is home to grand estates built in the early 1900s. Located at the southernmost tip of Victoria, BC, on Vancouver Island, Gonzales is a waterfront district and one of Victoria's most affluent neighborhoods. Sharing a border with Oak Bay, it is conveniently sandwiched between Oak Bay Village, Fairfield, and Cook Street Village, popular areas for visitors to Victoria and residents alike.
Modern-day Gonzales living is peaceful, convenient for seniors, and family-friendly, with plenty of outdoor activities available. There are sandy beaches, green spaces, and public parks with play equipment, multi-use sports fields, public washrooms, and benches. It is a pet-friendly neighbourhood, with plenty of on-leash dog walking areas and some seasonal off-leash beaches and parks. The Oak Bay Marina is a 35-minutes stroll away, and there is plenty of safe walking and running trails.
There are multiple small marketplaces and shopping complexes located just outside the Gonzales borders, including the Fairfield Village Shopping Centre, Athlone Court, and the centre at Fort Street and Foul Bay Road. It is also a walkable distance from Oak Bay Village, with stores, restaurants, cafes, salons, grocers, and medical services, making it possible to run all your errands on foot or by bicycle. Gonzales is also near dentists, medical specialists, private practices, and a five-minute drive from the Royal Jubilee Hospital.
Gonzales community belongs to BC School District 61, which includes 27 elementary schools, ten middle schools, and seven secondary schools, including alternative schools, French Immersion schools, art studios and photography schools, piano and music schools, and the Gillybird Nature Academy. The Lansdowne Campus of Camosun College and the University of Victoria are also nearby.
Public transit routes go through the Gonzales area, and the closest public library is within the Monterey Recreation Centre near Oak Bay Village. It has a stained-glass window, a sunny reading room, and a magazine room with a cozy fireplace, along with modern conveniences like mobile charging stations and public computers.
Neighbours get to know one another in this close-knit community. Gonzales is a peaceful, low-traffic neighbourhood far enough from the bustle of downtown that you can feel you've escaped the rat race, but still only a convenient 8-minute drive away. The airport and Swartz Bay ferry terminal are only 30 minutes away by car.
Things to Do in Gonzales
Visit Gonzales Beach
Near the end of Foul Bay Rd (to the south), Gonzales Beach is sandy and a popular spot for sunbathing in the summer, and families spend days there year-round. There is a grassy area above the beach where off-leash dogs are welcome year-round, and during the off-season (Between September through May), you can bring your canine pals onto the beach for off-leash play. At this beach, you may see herons, seals, and even sea lions occasionally.
Visit the Gonzales Observatory and enjoy Walbran Park.
The Gonzales Observatory is a historical weather station that has been on top of Gonzales Hill for over 75 years. From its highest point, at 66 metres, you can watch the incredible sunsets over the water in the evening. Bring a picnic during a spring day and eat amongst the wildflowers, or explore the Historical WWII lookout that offers scenic views of the surrounding area.
Walbran Park is a nearly 2-hectare piece of protected natural landscape in the heart of Victoria established in 1992. This park is open from sunrise to sunset year-round, parking is available, and a #7 bus stop is a short walk away from the park entrance.