Six Mile Houses for Sale
Search all Six Mile houses for sale and real estate listings below. Six Mile is a diverse neighbourhood in View Royal, BC, with a mix of newer, compact houses, large mid-century homes, apartments, condos, and everything in between. There are affordable, pet-friendly mobile homes with large windows and plenty of storage, practical low-maintenance condo listings for young professionals, and spacious two or three-bedroom townhouses with 2+ bathrooms.
Six Mile's neighbourhood borders rest on Mill Hill Regional Park and Thetis Lake Regional Park, offering endless outdoor recreation for residents. Shopping and amenities can be found in Langford, a 10-minute drive away. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Six Mile, or to arrange a private showing, contact your View Royal real estate experts today!
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Real Estate in Six Mile
If you're looking for a newly built, single-family home, Six Mile is the neighbourhood for you. These new-construction properties are more affordable than those in most neighbourhoods in Greater Victoria and have been developed near transit corridors to minimize the need to commute via car. Inside many of these suburban homes for sale, you will find updated kitchens, flex rooms, rec rooms, bedrooms with adjoining ensuite bathrooms, modern appliances, laundry facilities, and plenty of storage space.
If you want to purchase a home with a fully fenced, sunny backyard on a quiet street with mature trees, your realtor can find properties such as renovated character homes, Tudor-style builds and heritage buildings for you and your family to live in. Some homes feature a shed, workshop, or garage and plenty of room for kids and animals to play.
There are many contemporary, bright, and airy new builds with features like skylights, fireplaces, covered patios, fenced yards, heated floors, high ceilings and secure storage facilities.
About Six Mile, View Royal
This neighbourhood boasts a collaborative leadership that shares decision-making opportunities with regional partners and First Nations communities. All of whom are dedicated to protecting the integrity and beauty of natural amenities like creeks, beaches, and forests. View Royal's neighbourhoods, including Six Mile, promote good community through a culture that fosters accountability, respect, ethical behaviour, efficiency, innovation, and collaboration.
Six Mile is an affordable and safe suburban neighbourhood with a small-town feel and a thriving arts community. You can exercise at the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre, eat at one of the incredible restaurants, and enjoy the island life in a wild, tree-filled park.
There are libraries, a fire department, bus stops, grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants, a hospital, and health and emergency services located within the boundaries of View Royal, with West Shore RCMP as the local policing body. Six Mile is also near two popular destinations for all residents of Greater Victoria: the Galloping Goose Trail and Thetis Lake Regional Park.
Because of the moderate year-round weather, the access to major highways and the convenient proximity to downtown Victoria and the West Shore communities, Six Mile is a highly sought-after place to live.
Things to Do at Six Mile
Enjoy All the West Shore Recreation Centre Has to Offer
West Shore Parks and Recreation is a 44-hectare site with the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre, the Q Centre Arena and the Juan de Fuca Branch of the Greater Victoria Public Library. There are sports fields, playgrounds, walking trails onsite, and numerous health and wellness programs to join. The Centennial Centre for Arts, Culture and Community has a variety of programs for children and adults, including dance, yoga, an art studio and a potter studio, a kitchen and winter/spring break camps.
Check out the Oldest Pub in Greater Victoria
Established in 1855, the Six Mile Pub is a local eatery with an artisanal menu, craft beer, and interesting history. Once owned by the Hudson Bay Company, this establishment was built as an accompaniment to a grist mill as a roadhouse for those looking for gold and British sailors from the Esquimalt naval base. Rumour has it this establishment used to be headquarters for rum-running in the 1880s and was used for talks of politics and drinks during the prohibition era. After prohibition, the Six Mile House (and pub) became popular and changed hands numerous times until 2002, when the current owners purchased the Pub and restored the building. Today this establishment is a community staple, with a small garden for fresh herbs and vegetables, food made from scratch, ocean-wise seafood, and hormone/antibiotic-free meats.
Accompanying the food is a large variety of local craft beers from brewers like Phillips Brewing Company, Hoyne Brewing Company, and Lighthouse Brewing Company, as well as the Six Mile Lager, made by Russel Brewing Company. There are musical performances, and a lovely riverside patio opens between mid-spring and mid-fall.