Maplewood Houses for Sale

Search all Maplewood Houses for Sale and real estate listings below. Maplewood is a neighbourhood in Saanich, BC, and is sandwiched between the Cedar Hill and Quadra neighbourhoods. With convenient access to UVic and downtown Victoria, Maplewood is ideal for a range of residents, including students, families, and retirees.

Mid-century homes and newly-built properties dot the neighbourhood. Apartments can be found for sale in Maplewood for those who prefer low-maintenance living. Be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever new Maplewood properties come on the market.

Maplewood MLS Real Estate Listings December 2, 2022
6
Listed
21
Avg. DOM
$433.19
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,124,500
Med. List Price
6 Properties

Real Estate in Maplewood

Living in the Maplewood community is ideal for those looking for a safe and friendly neighbourhood to raise their kids and live a relaxed island life while being part of a vibrant community. 

Property in Maplewood includes beautiful single-family homes surrounded by nature, with treed lots, rocky outcrops, and beautifully landscaped streets. Homes feature various architectural styles and ages, including character homes, mid-century bungalows, heritage houses, newer builds, and townhouses and condos. Most properties in Maplewood, British Columbia, are built on large lots with plenty of land and space to live, work, and grow. The rocky and tree-lined topography of the area provides additional privacy (and beautiful views) to many of the homes for sale. 

Maplewood is a family-friendly community with plenty of playgrounds, shopping centres, and modern conveniences, including nearby schools, community greenspaces, coffee shops, convenience stores, and transit routes throughout the city. Young families favour this neighbourhood as it provides a welcoming community feel, with a short commute to downtown Victoria

About Maplewood, Saanich, BC

Maplewood is a gorgeous neighbourhood in the Saanich East Municipality of Victoria, BC, on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. It is bordered by Saanich Road on the east, Maplewood Road to the west, Cedar Hill Cross Road to the south, and Tolmie Road to the north, putting it right at the epicentre of the busy post-secondary school neighbourhoods that surround Camosun College (Lansdowne Campus) and the University of Victoria.

Although Maplewood neighbourhood is technically landlocked, the surrounding areas of Saanich are covered with beaches and parks with incredible ocean access and views of the sea, the surf, and the nearby islands and ships sailing past. Other highlights of this area include the Cedar Hill Golf CourseCedar Hill Recreation Centre, and the natural marshland beauty of nearby Swan Lake, home to various native plants and wild animals.

Maplewood is a quiet and safe neighbourhood with proximity to everything you and your family could need, from doctors and dentists to police, fire, and emergency services. You will have all the amenities and benefits of a big city, like garbage and recycling pickup, public libraries, recreation centres, a robust transit infrastructure, bike lanes, green spaces, cultural centres, schools of all levels, and sports leagues for kids and adults alike. There are plenty of shopping centres (including the massive Mayfair Shopping Centre) and grocery stores (including Save-On-FoodsThrifty FoodsWalmartCountry Grocer, and Whole Foods Market).

Things to Do in Maplewood

Take a Walking Tour to see the Public Art Throughout Saanich

Works of Public Art are often commissioned by the city, as this forward-thinking community believes in the social, physical, and economic benefits that public art brings to an urban landscape. Murals, sculpturesmobilesfabric window coverings, and even etched glass wall panels have been commissioned in this community. 

See Live Music in the Park 

Hyacinth, Rutledge, Majestic, Beckwith, and Rudd parks throughout East Saanich host several Music in the Park events during the summer months. This is an opportunity to come together with members of your community. Pack a picnic, a lawn chair or blanket, water and sunscreen for an evening of live music. You can lounge, dance, and sing along. The music includes pop, country, blues, rock, indigenous drumming, Mexican folk, hula, and roots, so there is something for everybody. 

Visit Playfair Park

Playfair Park is a 3.71-hectare park with a children’s playground and lovely gardens with paths to walk and explore. It has an incredible display of flowering rhododendrons and azaleas that bloom in the springtime, usually in May, with the 300-foot perennial park border giving the entire area a pop of colour. According to local websites, some of these well-established and thriving plants are over 50 years old. There is open green space for picnics, seasonally open washrooms available from the first of May through the end of October, and there is plenty of parking on Rock Street. 

Playfair Park also features a Garry Oak meadow with camas, shooting stars, and other native plants. This is a restoration project site stewarded by local volunteers. Dogs must be leashed in this section of the park and within 10 metres of the playground area. Other popular parks include Topaz Park, Ruthledge Park, Summit Park, and Oswald Park.