North Qualicum Real Estate

Search all North Qualicum houses for sale and real estate listings below. North Qualicum also known as Meadowood is a serene neighborhood nestled slightly north of Qualicum Beach, BC. Known for its high-end properties boasting spacious lots along the water's edge, residents enjoy a blend of older charm and modern luxury living. With options ranging from quaint cottages to grand estates, this neighborhood offers a secluded yet convenient lifestyle, with amenities such as the Arrowsmith Golf Courses nearby. Septic systems and a mix of water sources, including wells, cater to the diverse needs of its residents.

Spider Lake and Horne Lake are near this neighbourhood, offering plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities. Not to mention the multiple beach access points along the lower island highway. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Qualicum North, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Qualicum Beach real estate experts today! Read more about Qualicum North real estate.

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North Qualicum Real Estate

As a neighbourhood, Qualicum North can be described as the area located north of the central area of Qualicum Beach but south of the community of Qualicum Bay—a fifteen-minute drive away. Properties in Qualicum North are generally on larger lots than one would find in downtown Qualicum Beach, which has an extensive array of one and two-bedroom condo units, great for retirees, those looking for vacation properties, and young professionals. Growing families will find the spacious floorplans, large yards, and quiet roads of Qualicum North an excellent neighbourhood to raise kids. 

In 2022, 52 single-family homes were successfully sold in Qualicum North. According to statistics provided by the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board (VIREB), the average list price for Qualicum North single-family homes was $1,075,500, while the average sale price reached $1,082,450. Single-family homes in this neighbourhood were sold at 101% of the listed price on average. Additionally, the average time it took for homes to sell in Dashwood was  31 days.

In Qualicum North, you’ll find good-sized ranchers built in the ‘70d and ‘80s that feature large yards with plenty of privacy. These properties offer solid options that don’t necessitate sky-high budgets for those looking to enter the Vancouver Island real estate market. Though the properties available in Qualicum North are often slightly further inland than properties in Qualicum Beach, many still feature ocean views, which give them added appeal as possible vacation properties or BnBs. 

In the area of Qualicum North nearer to Horne Lake, you’ll find rustic cottage-style properties on large lots. These properties offer excellent access to outdoor recreation and hiking trails that wind through the area. The area’s cabin-style properties often feature wood stoves, beautiful country-style kitchens, and direct river and lake access. Secluded homes surrounded by nature in Qualicum North could offer great income-producing potential as vacation rental properties. 

In the area of Qualicum North near Spider Lake, you’ll find large properties that stretch into the range of multiple acres, which feature sprawling high-end properties that offer investors all the bliss of secluded Vancouver Island living but with no shortage of luxury. Some of these properties include workshops, RV storage, pools, luxurious patio areas, ponds, fruit trees, and more.

About Qualicum North Neighbourhood

Slightly north of the central area of Qualicum Beach—a short drive up the Old Island Highway—is the neighbourhood of Qualicum North. Qualicum North is a little more rural than Qualicum Beach, with the rustic charm also found in communities in nearby Lighthouse Country, including Bowser/Deep Bay, and Qualicum Bay. Qualicum North boasts proximity to some of Vancouver Island’s top natural attractions, including the Horne Lake Caves, Spider Lake, Cathedral Grove, Mount Arrowsmith, and much more. 

The Qualicum North neighbourhood strikes a balance between rural serenity and convenient amenities. It’s a little over half an hour from the nearby cities of Courtenay and Port Alberni and right next door to Parksville. It’s also near the dock for the passenger ferry to Lasqueti Island—a beautiful and largely untouched community located in the Strait of Georgia. Those looking for relatively affordable Vancouver Island real estate amidst stunning views will find intriguing opportunities in Qualicum North. 

Things to Do in Qualicum North

Explore Horne Lake Caves

Qualicum North is one of the nearest neighbourhoods to one of the top attractions on Vancouver Island—the Horne Lake Caves. The Horne Lake Caves offer the unique experience to explore a fascinating network of caves for visitors of all skill levels. Suppose you’d prefer to stay above ground. In that case, the park’s Fossil Trail offers the opportunity to hike through a relaxing coastal rainforest while learning about how a combination of volcanic activity, rivers, and fossils combine to create the unique structures of the caves present in the area. The Horne Lake Caves offer a change of pace and the opportunity to reset your senses and engage your imagination underground. 

Spend a Day at Spider Lake

Spider Lake Provincial Park is easily accessible from Qualicum North, located slightly inland, around 20 km west. Spider Lake is a small lake that only allows human-powered boats, which ensures that it’s a quiet and relaxing place to swim or paddle around. The lake is warm in the summer months, and there are sandy beach areas to enjoy. There are also shady picnic areas, making it a great destination for an afternoon trip from Qualicum North.

Qualicum Beach Farmers Market

One of the most pleasant ways to spend weekend afternoons in the small communities on Vancouver Island is by heading to a farmers market. The Qualicum Beach Farmers Market is a quaint establishment that allows visitors to procure local produce, snacks, art, crafts, and more. The vendors are friendly and ready to discuss their wares with visitors, and there are often live musical performances by local musicians. Though the Qualicum Beach Farmers Market is a popular stop for tourists, those who choose to call the area home reap the benefits of year-round access to sustainable, local products.