Harbour Place/Harbour Chines/Chineside Houses for Sale
Search all Harbour Place/Harbour Chines/Chineside houses for sale and real estate listings below. Harbour Place/Harbour Chines/Chineside are neighbourhoods in Coquitlam, BC. These neighbourhoods are a peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of nearby areas. Mundy Park is a gorgeous green space with endless trails and a lake. Trails are wide and feature boardwalks and seating benches and even have an off-leash section for dogs.
Harbour Chines and Chineside are entirely comprised of detached single-family homes, and Harbour Place is primarily single-family detached. However, there are a few multi-family dwellings, including duplexes and fourplexes. Houses are typically large and include Contemporary, Modern, and mid-century building types. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Harbour Place/Harbour Chines/Chineside, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Coquitlam real estate experts today!
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Houses in Harbour Chines are often built between the 1980s to 1990s. This neighbourhood has plenty of cul-de-sacs streets, which is highly desirable for those who like low traffic streets. Harborview Elementary is located in Harbour Place, perfect for kids walking to school! Homes here range from 3 to 6 bedrooms, and you will find many rebuilt homes, like those on Lillian Street, which often feature upgrades like EV charging and solar panels.
The Harbour Place sub-neighbourhood has plenty of mountain views. Many houses here have mortgage helping basement suites! Detached single-family homes are often renovated and situated on huge lots, with front and back lawns. Gatenbury St. is the dividing street between Harbour Place and Harbour Chines and is a road to the beautiful Port Moody waterfront.
Chineside is home to a Montessori School, Baker Drive Elementary, and Dr. Charles Best Secondary School. Many homes here are re-constructed new builds, and the benefit of this is modern, brand new homes on older larger-sized lots. Established trees, gardens, and impeccable lawns are showcased in this well-cared-for neighbourhood. It is located on a hill overlooking Coquitlam, which boasts stunning views for your bedroom, living room, or patio, and the Coquitlam Crunch can be seen from here!
About Harbour Place/Harbour Chines/Chineside
This neighbourhood is within the city of Coquitlam and borders Port Moody. Due to its location, this neighbourhood is conveniently centrally located. The southern border of Harbour Place/Harbour Chines/Chineside is the main thoroughfare of Como Lake Ave. This neighbourhood is quiet and is perfect for avoiding the hustle and bustle of nearby, more urban areas. Close to Harbour Place is Como Lake, a lovely lake within walking distance with an attractive small neighbourhood feel and makes a perfect day outing with no overcrowding.
This neighbourhood has a beautiful view of the mountains, and some parts have an overlooking view of Coquitlam and Port Moody. Harbour Place/Harbour Chines/Chineside is conveniently situated between multiple SkyTrain stations, and residents can easily commute to Vancouver and Surrey. There is also access to the West Coast Express within a 10-minute drive, which provides transportation to the Vancouver waterfront. There are several local schools within walking distance and various home-based childcare options.
Harbour Place/Harbour Chines/Chineside has schools for all ages: Harbour View Elementary (K-5), Como Lake Middle School / Hillcrest Middle School (6-8), Dr. Charles Best Secondary School (9-12), and Centennial Secondary School (9-12). Due to these easily accessible schools, this neighborhood is a perfect place to start and grow a family, with children able to graduate K-12.
Things to in Harbour Place/Harbour Chines/Chineside
The Coquitlam Crunch exemplifies west coast living! This trail is touted as the mini Grouse Grind! It is a local trail that some people include in their daily routine. The Coquitlam Crunch can be seen across the valley from Chineside and is a 5-minute drive from this neighbourhood. Round trip, the hike is 4.5km and takes roughly 1.5 hours. It is open year-round and is dog-friendly. There is a dog off-leash area along the path, perfect for stopping at on the way back down. There is a large parking lot at the bottom, and typically parking is not an issue.
Evergreen Cultural Center
The Evergreen Cultural Center is a lovely community-based arts center that hosts concerts, shows, and other acts, roughly a 10-minute drive away. It hosts an art gallery called the Art Gallery at Evergreen, focusing on showcasing West Coast artists. Everything shown at this center has an aim to be both beautiful and educational. This center also hosts lessons and classes - anything from painting to tango class! They host several seasonal kids and youth programs, including musical theatre and yoga. There is something to offer families of any age and size.
Mundy Park is a massive 178-hectare park with multiple trails totalling roughly 5.5 kilometres! This park is full of wildlife, both small and large, including deer and bears. Therefore make sure to remain aware of your surroundings while you enjoy these beautiful trails. In addition to the trails, there are various amenities, such as ball diamonds, a lacrosse box, a nine-hole disc golf course, and a sheltered picnic area. There is also an off-leash dog area in the east of the park.
Rocky Point Park
Rocky Point is a stunning waterfront park with a beautiful view and pier, 5 minutes from this neighbourhood. Seasonally, the waterpark and playground are enjoyed by young ones. There are kayak and paddleboard rentals, or you can walk along the Rocky Point Trail for a scenic walk. This area also features craft breweries like Yellow Dog Brewery and Parkside Brewery. A train museum is nearby, and several ice cream shops, including the 5-star, rated Rocky Point Ice Cream.