Homes for Sale in Nanoose, BC

Search all Nanoose houses for sale and real estate listings below. Nanoose is a semi-rural community near Parksville, BC, surrounding a prominent hill called "the notch." Homes are conveniently spaced out in Nanoose, offering a little space between neighbours. Residents will find several local restaurants and pubs in Nanoose, but travelling to Parksville or Nanaimo will be best for more extensive shopping.

The newest housing development in Nanoose is the Fairwinds waterfront community. It is promoted as a prime oceanfront location that offers residents a high quality of living with a balance of natural beauty and first-class amenities. Ranchers are common in Nanoose and often have large floor plans. Older, well-maintained homes set among tall trees offer tranquil living, and The Westerly is an oceanfront condo overlooking Schooner Cove Marina. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Nanoose, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Parksville real estate experts today!  

 Newest Nanoose Real Estate Listings

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Real Estate in Nanoose

71 single-family homes were sold in Nanoose in 2022. According to the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board’s (VIREB) 2022 statistics for single-family homes, the average list price was $1,515,100, while the average sale price was $1,506,600. On average,single-family homes sold at 99% of the listing price in 2022. The average days on the market for homes in Nanoose was a brief 28 days.

Nanoose's housing types range from modest single-family homes, cabins in wooded areas, or small rural valleys to spectacular custom-built ocean view homes on acreage. Most housing is single-family detached, but there are some townhouses and condos. Approximately 90% of residents are homeowners, and 10% are renters. Most houses were built between the 1980s and 1990s or later, with about 30% made in the 1960s and 1970s. This community of Nanoose is known for being quiet and peaceful.

About Nanoose, Parksville, BC

The community of Nanoose, population 4,200, can be found off Hwy 19 on the east coast of Central Vancouver Island, 15 km south of Parksville and 26 km north of Nanaimo. This beautiful lush area of farmland, hills, woods, and beaches was originally called Arlington after the Arlington Hall and Post Office. In 1916 it was renamed Nanoose after Nanoose Bay, a 6 km long deepwater bay. An 1864 map shows Nannose spelled 'Noonooa', and the current anglicized spelling was adopted in the early 1870s.

Living here requires a car to get to the local shopping centre or further out to either Parksville or Nanaimo. Retired individuals, artisans, or hobby farmers make up the bulk of the population, but there is an elementary school and daycare for younger families. High schoolers must commute to Parksville.

There is a marina at Schooners Cove, which is also the home of the local yacht club and a local pub. Nanoose is also where you'll find one of the most spectacular golf courses on Vancouver Island - Fairwinds Golf Club. New luxury condos and townhouses have been built near Fairwinds and are all part of the Fairwinds community with access to a health club with a fitness centre, indoor pool, and hot tub.

Things to Do in Nanoose

The heart of this community is the Nanoose Place Community Centre across the road from Thrifty's Food Store. Locals enjoy various fitness activities offered here, including Tai Chi, Keeping Fit classes, and Pickleball. The Pie Factory is also located nearby, which is a popular spot for locals. You can pick up a homemade savoury pie for a delicious and quick dinner or a sweet pie for a special dessert.

Beachcomber Regional Park

This one-acre seaside park located at the end of Nanoose's Beachcomber Peninsula offers scenic views of Craig Bay, north across the Strait of Georgia (the Salish Sea) and the coast mountains on BC's mainland. Sizeable flat rock formations are accessible at low tide, making them ideal for exploring tidal pools.

Moorecroft Regional Park

Once home to a youth camp called Camp Moorecroft, this 35-hectare oceanfront park is managed under the Nature Conservancy of Canada and has a Conservation Covenant, prioritizing enhancement and ecological protection through low-impact recreational amenities. Visitors enjoy the Garry Oak meadows and can walk the trails, picnic by the ocean, and take in the spectacular views of the Salish Sea and Coastal Mountains.

Fairwinds Golf Club

Fairwinds is an 18 hole golf course open throughout the year overlooking the Salish Sea. It is known for requiring golfers to develop strategies for maneuvering the tree-lined fairways and contoured greens and is one of the most popular golf courses on Vancouver Island.

Springford Farm Market

Living in Nanoose means you are a short drive from Springford Farm Market, where you can pick up farm-raised (free of hormones and antibiotics) beef, eggs, and in-season fruits and vegetables. The store, which is located on the farm, also carries a selection of local produce from other farms and Island made artisan foods.