Greendale Houses for Sale

Search all Greendale houses for sale and real estate listings below. Greendale is a large rural neighbourhood in Chilliwack, BC, bordered by the Chilliwack River to the south and west, the Trans Canada Highway to the north and Evans Rd to the east. Greendale is home to the Chilliwack Heritage Park, which hosts an abundance of events, including the Chilliwack Fair, Lower Mainland Dog Show and more.

Real Estate in Greendale is primarily established family homes, with 1/3 of the homes built before 1960. Multi-family properties in the form of duplexes can also be found in Greendale, and awe-inspiring mansions on vast acreages and farms with barns, in-ground pools and more are sprinkled throughout Greendale. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Greendale, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Chilliwack real estate experts today!  

Newest Greendale Real Estate Listings

Greendale MLS Real Estate Listings March 1, 2024
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$916.64
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$1,865,000
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11 Properties

Real Estate in Greendale

Almost all of the real estate stock in this area of Chilliwack comprises single-family detached homes. Most of these homes are occupied by homeowners, with a small percentage being rented. Greendale is far from a luxury area, and most of the existing structures in this neighbourhood were built in the 1960s, while about one-third of the properties have been erected more recently after the year 2000. The majority of the homes in this area of the city have three, four, or more bedrooms. Being nearly 100 km east of Vancouver means that the Greendale area is often tranquil, as there is little traffic or city clamour.

In 2022 the number of homes sold in Greendale was 18 single-family homes. According to the statistics provided by the Chilliwack & District Real Estate Board (CADREB), the average list price for these homes reached $2,025,500, while the average sale price amounted to $1,954,400. On average, single-family homes sold at 96% of their listed price and the average days on the market was 41 days.

Homes in Greendale tend to be situated on acreages as part of a working farm or commercial business. There are few luxury homes, as most of these properties are used by working families. Greendale also lacks density - no real commercial core, and most businesses you find listed on Google Maps are run off the owner’s land. As such, Greendale offers the stereotypical rural Chilliwack lifestyle. Greendale is a short drive from downtown Chilliwack for any of your required essentials, and the local farms offer many opportunities to purchase high-quality organic food and vegetables directly from the source. If you are OK with needing to drive for pretty much anything else and are willing to sacrifice the amenities of a more urban lifestyle, Greendale could offer attractive living opportunities. 

About Greendale

The Greater Chilliwack metropolitan region includes the city of Chilliwack, British Columbia, which is home to the Greendale neighbourhood. This predominantly agricultural community is situated 92 kilometres east of the City of Vancouver. Greendale borders the eastern edge of the City of Abbotsford. The Vedder River separates the southern community of Yarrow and Greendale. Sumas was the original name of Greendale, but it was changed in 1951 to avoid confusion with the District of Sumas, a neighbouring municipality now a part of the City of Abbotsford.

Between 3,000 - 4,000 people live full-time in Greendale. The Sumas Lake, into which the Chilliwack and Vedder rivers flowed more frequently after 1894, included a portion of what is now Greendale. 10,000 acres grew to 33,000 during spring flooding, fueled by the Chilliwack/Vedder River system and additional rivers coming in from Washington State. Engineer Fred Sinclair created a proposal to drain the Sumas lake around the start of the 1920s. By 1924, the Vedder River had been changed into the Vedder Canal, and the lake’s water had been pumped over the dykes into the Fraser River through the Sumas River and Sumas Drainage Canal. As a result, more farmland covering hundreds of acres was produced. To this day, Greendale remains a fertile area ideal for raising crops and producing excellent quality dairy.

Things to do in Greendale

Greendale’s rural character makes it a sanctuary for flora and fauna. We’ve found three fun activities that will allow you to connect with the natural environment and understand the importance of preserving Greendale’s fields and farms. 

See Rare Birds at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve

On the Vedder River’s floodplain, 325 acres of wetlands are managed by the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve Society. The vast breeding colony of Pacific Great Blue Herons that nest there is an incredible natural attraction that can be observed from various perspectives by exploring the five nature trails that have gently wind throughout the reserve. The colony, which has more than 150 nests, is active every year from March through July. Boardwalks, benches, an observation tower, a picturesque footbridge and viewing blinds provide varied viewpoints.

The Great Blue Heron is one of BC’s most distinctive birds, and the Pacific Great Blue Herons are reliant on the wetlands of the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island to survive. Considerable conservation efforts are required to guarantee the long-term health of this threatened population.

The Society is committed to educating locals and visitors through enjoyable, interesting, and participatory environmental awareness activities to inform and motivate people to recognize, respect, and conserve the wetland habitat and its fauna. Skilled environmental educators present environmental programs, while an enthusiastic local artist leads our wildlife art classes.

Get Lost in the Chilliwack Corn Maze

The Chilliwack Corn Maze was built in Greendale Acres in 1999, making it Canada’s first corn maze! This experiential farm is where the community comes together, and traditions are born. The owners of this family farm and agricultural destination pride themselves on treating visitors like friends and family. Greendale Acres offers a corn maze as well as lavender fields, seasonal flowers, pumpkin patches, jumping pillows, rope obstacle courses, bubble bars, pedal kart tracks, hay bale mazes, corn sandboxes, farm animal displays, farm carousels, garden and picnic areas, seasonal farm food, misting stations, ball zones, sandbox/kids playground areas, antique farm equipment, and much more. 

Greendale Acres is dedicated to educating youngsters about agriculture and its significance to the neighbourhood. Educational excursions are available for children in private and public schools to give students an engaging, practical learning experience that allows them to engage with agriculture. 

Enjoy the Chilliwack Sunflower or Tulip Festival

The Chilliwack Tulip Festival started in 2006 after years of growing a vibrant assortment of tulips in the magnificent Fraser Valley. It is the first and biggest tulip festival in Western Canada. Since then, the lovely fields of flowers have mesmerized both residents and guests each spring. 

The festival organizers realized after researching that sunflowers would make the ideal addition to the current crops. In addition to the Tulip Festival, the organizers also launched the sunflower festival, the first and only one in British Columbia to include sunflowers as the main attraction. The intention of both festivals has always been to provide a place where friends and family may gather to appreciate the beauty of nature and farming while enjoying quality time together.

These rural neighbourhoods in Chilliwack offer a unique combination of farm life in proximity to a bigger city. If you have any questions about property in Greendale, connect with our client care coordinator team. They can support you with any questions you may have and provide you with the contact information of local experts if we do not have an immediate answer to your question. Let us know if you’ve ever visited one of the three highlighted activities!