Homes for Sale in Victoria, BC

Welcome to Victoria! Below you will find the newest homes for sale and real estate in Victoria, BC. If you would like more information on any of these Victoria real estate listings, simply click on the property, register for a free account, and you’ll have access to the full details. From there, you can click Schedule a Tour to request more information from our Loyal Homes Client Care Coordinators or schedule a viewing. Our Client Care Coordinators will be happy to provide you with property disclosure statements, past sales history, comparable properties which have recently sold nearby, and more, so please don’t hesitate to ask for help!

For your convenience, we have included Victoria community information at the bottom of the page, including directions for getting here and information about weather, culture, healthcare, recreation, schools, and the real estate market.

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Welcome to Victoria, BC

Victoria, British Columbia's capital, is Vancouver Islands' largest city located at the southern tip of this island. Due to its mild winter climate, Victoria is referred to as the Garden City. Many travel to Victoria from all over to witness the stunning floral displays at Butchart Gardens. Victoria is the perfect balance between big city and outdoor living; with shopping centers, high-end accommodation, and restaurants, Victoria gives a similar feeling to its neighbour across the Strait of Georgia, Vancouver. Drive 15 minutes from town, and you are surrounded by beautiful forests and trails that are waiting to be explored.

Victoria has a rich history that is visible in and around the city through the beautiful heritage architecture. Many of Victoria's homes hold the cities heritage. Take a drive around different neighborhoods and witness the beautiful homes for yourself. You can take a tour of the Parliament building, cross the street to the Royal BC Museum, experience the IMAX Theatre, or visit one of the many festivals. With downtown surrounded by water in nearly any direction, Victoria is a truly unique city.

For anyone who prefers to bike, Victoria is the cycling capital of Canada due to its extensive bike networks around the city. So if you have always wanted to bike to work, with the great climate and vast bike-friendly streets and trails, Victoria is the place to do it.

Getting to Victoria

In the mid-1800s, Victoria became the gateway to the mainland for gold miners worldwide. To this day, Victoria ports still connect them to international markets. The Swartz Bay Ferry terminal, located only 30 minutes north of Victoria, is a heavily trafficked network from Victoria to the mainland and surrounding gulf island. With multiple ferries running daily, it is exceptionally convenient for people to use.

If you prefer to travel by air than land or sea, then you are in luck! Victoria International Airport has direct flights to Vancouver, Calgary, Kelowna, Prince George, and other destinations. Victoria Harbour Airport terminal offers quick and easy flights via floatplane! Victoria’s location provides for an ideal way of life and acts as a fantastic service and transportation hub for Vancouver Island.

Victoria Weather

Victoria enjoys a sub-Mediterranean-like climate and experiences consistent offshore breezes perfect for hot summer days. This means Victoria has warm, dry summers and mildly cool, rainy winters. Victoria receives annual precipitation of 583 mm, which is substantially lower than the Vancouver Islands' average of 1850 mm. Victoria averages only 260 mm on snow annually, which is nearly half of what Vancouver receives. The rain Victoria does receive during the winter sets the stage for beautiful plant growth throughout the spring and summer.

These long warm summers are perfect for barbeque season! Create your backyard sanctuary and host your friends and family on the back patio, long into the clear summer nights. Furthermore. Victoria’s mild weather is ideal for anyone who loves to be outdoors year-round. Victoria residents take advantage of all this beautiful weather by hanging out on the beaches, swimming in the local rivers or lakes, and of course, enjoying their favourite beverages on one of the many patio restaurants throughout the city.

Victoria Culture

The Victoria region has been home to bands of the First Nations People long before European settlement. These peoples can be separated into Songhees, Sooke First Nations, and Saanich, who spoke different dialects of the Lekwungaynung or North Strait Salish language. Beacon Hill Park is a popular landmark in Victoria, yet its history is not commonly known. Beacon Hill was once the site of a prehistoric village and is very sacred to the Lekwungen People. The park encompasses multiple known and believed sites, such as the burial ground at the park's southeast.

In the mid-1800s, gold was discovered in the Fraser River on the mainland, and Victoria became the gateway to the mainland for gold miners worldwide. Before the gold rush, Victoria had a tiny population of roughly 500 people, but only two months after news got out about gold, over 30,000 people made their way through Victoria!

Believe it or not, into the late nineteenth century Victoria was the largest city in BC until Vancouver emerged as the largest city and became the major port for British Columbia’s west coast. Although, to this day, Victoria’s British heritage can be seen through the beautiful heritage homes, architecture, historic sites, and energetic downtown. There are many ways you can experience Victoria’s history and culture. Take a guided tour of Victoria’s Parliament Building and visit the huge Royal BC Museum, which will keep the whole family entertained. The BC Museum also has exhibits that highlight the region’s First Nations people.

Victoria Education

Victoria and its surrounding subdivisions are a part of school district 61. Due to many elementary schools, they are sectioned into regions below to make it easier to navigate.

Elementary School

West Victoria:

Craigflower Elementary: 250 384 8157

Eagle View Elementary: 250 744 2701

Macaulay Elementary: 250 385 3441

Marigold Elementary: 250 479 8256

Strawberry Vale Elementary: 250 479 4014

Tillicum Elementary: 250 386 1408

Victoria West Elementary: 250 382 9131

View Royal Elementary: 250 479 1671

North Victoria:

Braefoot Elementary: 250 477 6948

Cloverdale Traditional School: 250 382 7231

Doncaster Elementary: 250 595 3611

Hillcrest Elementary: 250 477 7273

Lake Hill Elementary: 250 479 2896

Rogers Elementary: 250 727 0188

Torquay Elementary: 2250 477 9511

South Victoria:

George Jay Elementary: 250 385 3381

James Bay Community School: 250 384 7184

Margaret Jenkins Elementary: 250 598 5191

Oaklands Elementary: 250 595 2444

Quadra Elementary: 250 382 8296

Sir James Douglas Elementary: 250 382 7788

South Park Family School: 250 382 5234

East Victoria:

Campus View Elementary: 250 477 0178

Frank Hobbs Elementary: 250 477 1804

Willows Elementary: 250 592 2486

Middle Schools

Arbutus Global Middle School: 250 477 1878

Cedar Hill: 250 477 6945

Central Middle School: 250 386 3591

Colquitz Middle School: 250 479 1678

Gordon Head Middle School: 250 477 1855

Glanford Middle School: 250 479 7179

Lansdowne Middle School: 250 598 3336

Monterey Middle School: 250 598 4589

Rockheights Middle School: 250 384 7125

Shoreline Community Middle School: 250 386 8367

Secondary Schools

Esquimalt High School: 250 382 9226

Oak Bay High School: 250 598 3361

Lambrick Park Secondary School: 250 477 0181

Mount Douglas Secondary: 250 477 6977

Reynolds Secondary: 250 479 1696

Spectrum Community School: 250 479 8271

Victoria High: 250 388 5456

Alternative Schools

SJ Burnside Continuing Education: 250 360 4300

The Link: 250 360 4300

Victor School: 250 595 7511

Post Secondary

University of Victoria: 250 721 7211

Royal Roads University: 877 778 6227

Camosun College: 250 370 3550

St Michaels University School: 250 592 2411

Victoria Health Care

Victoria is part of the Island Health Network, which has a network of care centers, clinics, and hospitals. Within this network, Victoria has two major hospitals, Victoria General Hospital and Royal Jubilee Hospital. Victoria also hosts many private nonemergent services such as dentists, chiropractors, physio, and other medical practitioners to assist you in all your health needs.

Victoria General Hospital: 250 727 4212

1 Hospital Way, Victoria, BC

Royal Jubilee Hospital: 250 370 8000

1952 Bay St, Victoria, BC

Things to do in Victoria

Victoria has an endless number of recreational activities for people of all ages and skill levels, which is what makes this city so unique. Furthermore, due to its location, it boasts the perfect balance of water and land activities. Whether going on a bike ride through the city or renting a boat for the evening, or going on a day trip through Pacific Marine Circle Route, there is no doubt you will find something you like. Due to Victoria’s location, there are numerous beaches one can enjoy while also having an abundance of hiking trails.

If you like wildlife, you are only a short boat ride away from whale watching. Many tour companies offer marine tours, and it is common to see humpbacks, orca’s, dolphins, sea lions, and more! This is an excellent activity for the whole family. Victoria is home to many indoor recreations and aquatic centers, many of which offer an array of lessons and classes. Victoria truly is an outdoor person’s paradise. Not to mention the breathtaking sunrises and sunsets Victoria boasts.

Victoria Real Estate Market

Victoria is one of the most desirable cities in the country. With excellent weather, plenty of amenities, and natural beauty everywhere one looks, it’s an ideal place to call home for young professionals, retirees, those starting a family, and more. The attractiveness of Victoria is reflected in the high cost of real estate in the area. While slightly more affordable than Vancouver, real estate in Victoria can be prohibitive for first-time buyers.

Downtown Victoria has seen a boom in new high-rise condos recently, which offer the convenience of living in an urban centre and proximity to the excellent artistic, culinary, and historical attractions that the city has to offer. Many of these new condo units are relatively small in size, balanced out by the walkability and excellent atmosphere of the area, making it a great place to be out and about.

One prestigious area of Victoria is Fairfield, located in the most southern part of the city. It provides the ocean and mountain views that Victoria is known for and offers residents the convenience of living near downtown while maintaining a quaint, old-fashioned charm. Many of the available properties in Fairfield are large single-family homes that are a hundred years old or more, located on quiet, tree-lined streets. Fairfield offers quintessential Victoria living on the waterfront, right next to beautiful Beacon Hill Park. 

View Royal is technically a town and offers affordable options for real estate investors who don’t mind being slightly outside of the city itself. View Royal is twenty minutes from Victoria by car and easily accessible by bike on the convenient Galloping Goose Trail—a popular commuting route. View Royal is home to reasonably new affordable condos and townhomes, although it also features large ocean-front properties. 

Finally, Hillside Quadra is a centrally located neighbourhood a little north of downtown Victoria. Blanchard, Bay, and Cook Streets offer easy access to the surrounding areas by car. In Hillside Quadra, you’ll find relatively affordable single-family homes built in the ‘50s and ‘60s. These homes are typically two or three bedrooms and have commonly undergone renovations, making them excellent options for young families. Character homes in Hillside Quadra that date back to the early 20th century offer ambitious real estate investors unique opportunities.

Victoria Realtors

Are you thinking of buying or selling a home in Victoria? If you’re looking to buy a home, contact our Loyal Homes real estate agents, who can answer all your Victoria community, neighbourhood, and real estate questions.

If you’re thinking of selling your Victoria, BC home, our associated Listing Realtors can provide information on recently sold comparable properties, up-to-date real estate market information, and professional tips to help you prepare and sell your house for top dollar.