Jubilee Houses for Sale
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For your convenience, we have included Jubilee neighbourhood information at the bottom of the page, including the real estate market and things to do.
Jubilee Real Estate Listings
Real Estate in Jubilee
The Jubilee neighborhood's overall feel is urban with a garden-friendly residential flare. It has easy access to downtown, and the perimeter of Jubilee is where the urban villages and malls are. Most of the residential properties are peaceful, with family-friendly areas, treed lots, and quiet streets.
Jubilee is a mainly residential neighbourhood with apartments, condos, and lovely heritage homes. Your realtor can find you a pre-war cottage-style home, or you can buy a property in a renovated historical building like an apartment with a mid-century or older façade. Multi-bedroom, pet-friendly contemporary condos with amenities like rooftop gardens or fitness centres are also available in the Jubille neighbourhood.
The majority of the single-family houses in both the North and South Jubilee areas are post-WW2 builds. About 1/3 were constructed before the 1960s, and the rest were built between the 1960s and the 1980s. Many old character homes have a historical feel, and the houses built along the main routes are more elaborate and ostentatious, with modest dwellings behind.
If you want to live in a quiet area on a mature tree-lined street, consider the one- or two-bedroom houses, townhouses, and condos for sale that are further back from the busy Fort Street, Bay Street, and Foul Bay Road. Low noise levels are a perk to living in Jubilee, especially in the evenings when the traffic dies down. The neighbourhood is older and very safe, with a calm and mellow ambiance, and the residents are a mix of seniors, families, and renters.
About Jubilee, Victoria, BC
The Jubilee area of Victoria, BC, is split into North and South Jubilee communities. Oak Bay and Saanich border the northern section. South Jubilee is a triangular-shaped neighbourhood extending from just south of the Royal Jubilee Hospital, bordered by Fort Street, Oak Bay Ave, and Foul Bay Road.
Known colloquially as the hospital district, within the neighbourhood of Jubilee, the Royal Jubilee Hospital, Canadian Cancer Agency, BC Cancer centre, and National Institute for the Blind can be found. Regardless of proximity to the hospital, there is no excessive ambulance noise, as they turn off sirens once they enter the residential streets.
Due to its proximity to medical services, Jubilee has become quite busy on the main corridors with many important streets and routes leading to all city points. It is the main transit corridor to UVic, parks, and neighbouring communities.
With its flat landscape, the 20-minute walk from downtown is easy, and many city bus lines pass through the community. Parking is easily found if you drive, but it is walkable enough to be suitable for running errands on foot or by bicycle.
Shopping options in Jubilee include boutiques, ethnic restaurants, a grocery store, a liquor store, and other major shopping centres are just outside the Jubilee neighbourhood. There are green spaces and well-used parks, places of worship, restaurants, and cafes within walking distance wherever you are. Schools and daycares can be walked-to with two elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school nearby.
Things to Do in Jubilee
Visit Fern Street and Redfern Parks
Fern St Park has an upgraded playground that is suitable for children aged 18 months to 5 years. There is a quiet green space for families to enjoy, and dog walkers also make good use of this space.
Redfern Park is a small, 1/3-hectare neighbourhood park with a playground, benches, picnic tables, and a paved pathway lit once the sun goes down. In the early mornings and late evenings, an off-leash dog area is partially fenced, with signs indicating appropriate off-leash hours.
Shop at local Businesses
Shopping is engaging in Jubilee, with unique historical shops, consignment stores, and art stores, where you can find the perfect gift or piece for your home.
Have a Locally Roasted Coffee at Discovery
Discovery Coffee is a local Victoria BC roaster that focuses on quality with ethically sourced beans. The ambiance features music played on vinyl records and local art on the walls for an inviting, warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Join a Neighbourhood Association
The South Jubilee Neighbourhood Association aims to enhance the neighbourhood's livability, social and economic health through environmental projects and traffic calming features. They are working with local artists and business owners on murals that will bring the community together, beautifying the neighbourhood while reducing tagging and graffiti.
The North Jubilee Neighbourhood Association came together in the early '90s to support this community's present and future growth, acting as a 'watchdog' to keep neighbours informed to create an ever-evolving plan for a healthy community. They also run the Spirit Garden, a volunteer-run community garden.