Central Coquitlam Houses for Sale

Welcome to the neighbourhood of Central Coquitlam in Coquitlam, BC! Below you will find the newest houses for sale and real estate in Central Coquitlam. If you would like more information on any of these Central Coquitlam real estate listings, 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 can provide you with additional property information, so please don’t hesitate to ask for help!

For your convenience, we have included Central Coquitlam neighbourhood information at the bottom of the page, including the real estate market and things to do.

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Real Estate in Central Coquitlam

Homes here are predominantly single-family dwellings, with a few multi-family duplexes and four-plexes, many of which have scenic views of Mount Baker and the Fraser River. In the Austin Heights neighbourhood, homes tend to be larger, multi-family dwellings with a few apartment buildings. Apartments in this area range from 1 to 3 beds, like 505 Nelson Street. This building is marketed as high-end apartments and includes outdoor terraces, concierge, and co-working lounges. Austin Heights is the most urban sub-neighbourhood of Central Coquitlam/East, with commercial real estate options available. 

Dartmoor/Mundy is a suburban area of Central Coquitlam/East. Featured here are old-growth trees and larger lot sizes. These homes are primarily single-family homes built in the 1980s, well-maintained, and cared for. Located on the boundary of Mundy park, this area also includes Hickey Street and Reservoir Park. Southern Dartmoor features newer built homes, wide streets with sidewalks on both sides. Homes range from 3-6 bedrooms and sometimes have legal basement suites for a mortgage helper.

In Coquitlam East, there are two main areas, Ranch Park/River Heights and səmiq̓wəʔelə (Riverview). There are some single-family homes located near səmiq̓wəʔelə, and these lots tend to be spacious and well kept. Homes in Ranch Park are large and typically renovated to be modern. Six to seven bedrooms are not uncommon here. Basements are often finished with an inlaw or rental suite.

About Central Coquitlam

This large neighbourhood also referred to as Coquitlam East, is vastly residential and is the second-largest neighbourhood in Coquitlam. There are many sub-neighbourhoods like Mundy and Austin Heights. Multiple parks and an extensive array of housing types are present in Central Coquitlam. This neighbourhood borders Mallairdville and is situated centrally in Coquitlam. Numerous bus routes by TransLink service this area, and an easy 10-minute drive away is multiple SkyTrain stations which are perfect for commuting. The Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex and Poirer branch of the Coquitlam Public Library are popular. Central Coquitlam has several public schools in this neighbourhood, including 4 Elementary Schools (K-5), 3 Middle Schools (6-8), and 2 High Schools (9-12). 

There is also səmiq̓wəʔelə (pronounced suh-mEE-kwuh EL-uh) - Place of the Great Blue Heron (formerly known as Riverview). A very historic grounds with sprawling lawns and maintained gardens. This 244-acre site is home to various mental health programs and facilities. This site is a living representation of a reconciliation-based partnership with BC Housing and kʷikʷəƛ̓əm. This ongoing site and space focus on mental health, ecological stewardship, and housing. This site also is used in filming various shows, such as Supernatural and Deadpool 2.

Things to do in Central Coquitlam

Mundy Park

This park is located in Central Coquitlam and is an integral feature for nearby communities. This 178-acre park is a beautiful forested habitat, home to much wildlife. All manner of wildlife can be spotted here, so remember to be bear aware! Mundy Park features two lakes, sports facilities, disc golf, and an outdoor park. It has multiple parking lots and bathrooms for your convenience and is a family-friendly and dog-friendly park. There are numerous interlaced small trails and no set loop, making for a stroll of your own choosing.

Shopping In Austin Heights

This area is full of locally owned unique shops, professional services, and restaurants. One such shop is Artisan Gifts and Flowers, and the flowers are always fresh. They have diverse arrays of pottery, woodwork, and jewelry, focusing on community-made items. Stop in at Coffee + Vanilla for a lovely coffee shop experience! They offer handmade pastries and locally roasted coffee. Their full menu is available online, and you can even order online!

Blue Mountain Park

This park is a perfect park for families and recreation. Blue Mountain has tonnes of old tall trees, with little historical plaques nestled throughout. There is a rotary playground for kids, an inclusive playground, and a water park. There are also picnic shelters, so this park is perfect for an afternoon out! Tennis courts, pickleball, baseball, and multipurpose fields are spread throughout the park. Blue Mountain Park is one of the oldest community parks in Coquitlam and continues to be a well-maintained community space. 

Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex

The Poirier complex has extensive aquatic, fitness, and ice skating programs! There are drop-in fitness classes for the community gym. The entire complex is accessible, including the leisure and main pool, which has accessible programs that adapt to a host of needs. The center has programs for adults, teenagers, and children. It is nestled into a residential area, making some neighbourhoods within walking distance, and there is a bus that stops right outside the complex. Check the website for COVID safety precautions.