Matsqui Houses for Sale

Search all Matsqui houses for sale and real estate listings below. Matsqui is a rural neighbourhood in Abbotsford, BC, bordering the Fraser River. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the plenty of walking trails, including the Matsqui Trail parallel to the Fraser River and an abundance of fishing spots. Located 10 minutes from Abbotsford and 5 minutes from Mission makes shopping convenient for Matsqui residents.

Drive through sprawling farmland and stunning homes on acreage across this neighbourhood. Equestrian properties and agricultural properties can be found for sale. Houses range from large mid-century homes to craftsman-style ranchers and executive Tuscan-style mansions with multi-car garages. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Matsqui, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Abbotsford real estate experts today!  

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Real Estate in Matsqui

Hobby farms and horse properties are plentiful in Matsqui. The area is 95% agricultural land, as the soil is abundant and highly productive for farmers. 

Over one-third of Matsqui homes were built prior to 1960, and most are single-detached. The houses are charming and spacious, with up to five bedrooms and large driveways and many homes are surrounded by acres of green space. Homes in Matsqui are typically more affordable than in the rest of the Lower Mainland. Makes it a perfect neighbourhood for first-time home buyers and young families. The mountain scenery and acres of lush farmland are a gorgeous backdrop for residents. 

About Matsqui

Matsqui is a rural farming neighbourhood with quaint residential dwellings spaced out. It truly gives that small-town feeling while still living near the city of Abbotsford. The District Municipality of Matsqui and Abbotsford officially merged in 1995 to form the new city of Abbotsford. Before that, the area was Matsqui but is now considered Abbotsford West and Clearbrook. With just over 2,000 residents, this rural neighbourhood is on the North end of Abbotsford and relies heavily on the agriculture industry. It is well known for its large areas of spacious farmland. Matsqui is considered a bottomland and was said to have been formed by the annual spring flood of heavy rain that swept through the Fraser River. The floodplain was then dyked, and in early 1900, it was converted to abundant farmland. The Fraser River Salish language Halkomelem is where the name Matsqui comes from, meaning "stretch of higher ground."

Being so close to acres of farmland means fresh, locally grown produce. Wong Farms is a popular spot for some of the freshest produce in town, which specializes in fresh items such as green and red cabbage, pumpkins, squash, corn, and other vegetables. 

Lepp Farm Market is only five minutes away and is a family-owned and operated spot with lots to choose from, including fruits and veggies, and they even have their own poultry, pork, and fresh Black Angus Beef. Additional shops and restaurants are only minutes away in the downtown area, along with a few different shopping centres. The Abbotsford Regional Hospital is about fifteen minutes away, and the Abbotsford International Airport is twenty minutes. 

Several schools offer education for K to 12. Matsqui Elementary, part of Abbotsford's School District 34, is a historic school built over a century ago. Dasmesh Punjabi School is a private school hosting K-12 students. Chief Dan George Middle School and Clayburn Middle service grades 6-8. Chief Dan George is focused on the fine arts and was rated one of the forty best schools in Canada by Today's Parent Magazine. Students grades 9-12 attend W.J. Mouat Secondary School or Robert Bateman Secondary School. 

Things To Do in Matsqui

On the southern edge of Matsqui, there are three popular parks to enjoy. Willband Creek Park has several walking trails to enjoy as well as a wetland area and bird sanctuary. Bateman Park is home to the Abbotsford Mariners, with a large soccer stadium and three soccer fields. Lastly is the Hidden Waterfalls, which are home to some gorgeous falls.    

The Mission Museum      

The Mission Museum is less than ten minutes away and works hard to preserve the local history and heritage. They host various events and offer multiple programs, including their Summer Kids' Club and Historical Downtown Walking Tours. The Mission Museum has an array of museum collections and exhibits to view. 

Matsqui Village Park and Matsqui Trail 

Matsqui Village Park has many family activities to entertain the day, with a picnic shelter, BBQ stands, playground, washrooms, and lots of green space, including a ball field and tennis court. The Matsqui Trail segment is part of the Great Trail and connects with Bradner's Douglas Taylor Park. Take the family for a peaceful hike, or take your dog for a long stroll. Pack a lunch, and if you want a pit stop, there are areas with benches and tables to enjoy a picnic. 

Cinemazoo Petting Zoo.  

Cinemazoo Petting Zoo is the only mobile petting zoo in the Fraser Valley and travels anywhere in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver. They care for all kinds of farm animals that need a better home, and their goal is to provide a setting for children to explore and experience farm animals in their natural environment. Host your next birthday or special occasion with them; they even host corporate events!

Valley Golf Centre  

Valley Golf Centre on Gladwin Road is an entertaining and scenic course with varying lengths; you will be able to use every club in your golf bag. This is a perfect course for all kinds of skill levels and abilities. They offer a pro shop, driving range, snack bar, and even lessons.