Brookswood Houses for Sale

Search all Brookswood houses for sale and real estate listings below. Brookswood is a charming neighbourhood in Langley, BC. South of the downtown core, Brookswood offers convenient access to amenities with a quiet suburban feel. Residents take advantage of the Brookswood Village Shopping Centre, which has a Shoppers Drug Mart, gas station, Subway, Starbucks and more. The George Preston Rec Centre has an ice rink, curling centre, and pub.

Real estate is primarily detached homes and condos. Home buyers will find anything from a small rancher or a mid-century family home to newer-built executive homes with contemporary architecture and features. Houses are situated on well-sized lots and often have mature trees offering privacy from neighbours. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Brookswood, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Langley real estate experts today!  

Newest Brookswood Real Estate Listings

Brookswood MLS Real Estate Listings April 14, 2024
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Listed
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Avg. DOM
$1,789.05
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$2,650,000
Med. List Price
96 Properties
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Real Estate in Brookswood – Fernridge

Covering over 3,500 acres of land, the neighbourhood of Brookswood – Fernridge is located in the southwestern area of Langley. Older detached homes on larger lots are most common in Brookswood. Many of which offer spacious, fenced backyards. With several parks nearby, this neighbourhood is excellent for families. 

Traditionally this land was the territory of the Coast Salish peoples, with various archeological and historical sites reported throughout the area. Major road infrastructure projects and residential growth and development in the 1950s and 1960s transformed this neighbourhood from a historically rural farming community into the lively, family-friendly community it is today.

Real estate in Brookswood – Fernridge can be divided into two sections: the northern area, primarily developed in the 1960s to 1990s with residential property types mainly consisting of single-family houses on large lots of land (with only a tiny percentage of strata apartments built), and the southern area, consisting primarily of vacant lots of land, farmland for agricultural purposes and manufactured home parks. Commercial, retail, and institutional buildings have also been built to support the needs of neighbourhood residents. 

About Brookswood - Fernridge

Formerly a rural farming community, today, many people call Brookswood – Fernridge home.

There are over 115 acres of park space for residents and visitors to enjoy in this neighbourhood, including Brookswood Park, Noel Booth Community Park and Dale Ball Passive Park. There’s even a skateboard park available for those looking for concrete instead of grass! Other recreation amenities are available, such as an off-leash dog park, the Fernbridge Community Hall and a private equestrian club. George Preston Community Centre serves as the primary hub for residents, with an ice arena, curling centre, outdoor sports box, a steakhouse, a pub and banquet room rentals (be sure to check out rental prices and availability on the Township of Langley website)

Brookswood – Fernridge is accessible via 200 Street and 208 Street, major arterial roads that connect with Fraser Highway and Highway 10 to the north of the neighbourhood. The community includes several elementary schools, a middle school, and a secondary school.

Brookswood Village, located next to Brookswood Park by the intersection of 200 Street and 40 Avenue, is the primary commercial area in the neighbourhood and includes banking institutions, Brookswood Library, pharmacies, health care facilities, restaurants, a post office and commercial office space.

On the other side of the neighbourhood, by the intersection of 208 Street (between 40 Avenue and 42 Avenue), is a smaller commercial district with a gas station and retail shops (primarily hardware and home improvement stores). 

Things to Do in Brookswood - Fernridge 

Get front-row Seats to a Langley Rivermen Hockey Game

The Langley Rivermen is the beloved local Junior A Hockey Club. A member of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL), team home games are played at the George Preston Recreation Centre. Originally known as the Langley Chiefs, the team’s name was changed to the Langley Rivermen during a change of ownership in the 2011-2012 season. The name is a homage to Langley’s rich history and relationship to the Fraser River, dating back to the fur traders and explorers with the Hudson’s Bay Company.

Single-game or season tickets for the hockey game can be purchased at the box office or online via HappsNow.

Enjoy a Glass at Festina Lente Estate Winery

Located at 21113 16 Avenue, Festina Lente Estate Winery sprawls over five acres and is unlike other wineries in the Fraser Valley: it serves mead and honey wine! They are open daily from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. While walk-ins (and leashed pets!) are welcome, reservations are available whether you’re looking for a romantic date night for two or celebrating an occasion with a large group of friends. They also offer a special Wine Club Membership, with benefits including complimentary tastings, exclusive wines for purchase at a 15% discount and special offers and events.

Get in the Holiday Spirit at Fernridge Christmas Tree Forest

Visit the Fernridge Christmas Tree Forest, an annual holiday tradition! Since 1988, this 12-acre, family-owned and operated Christmas tree farm has offered four types of Fir trees for you and your family to choose from: Douglas, Grand, Fraser or Noble (pre-cut only). Cutting down your tree is part of the festive experience: while they provide hand saws on-site, feel free to bring your own if you have one. Weekends can get busy, so try planning your visit on a weekday to avoid the crowds.

Check out the Langley Rod and Gun Club

Since 1946, the Langley Rod and Gun Club have aimed to provide its members with a safe and environmentally responsible space to practice their sport. Facilities include a trap field, skeet field, indoor range, and indoor and outdoor archery. Hours of operation depend on the season and sporting type, so check out their website before planning your visit. Membership packages (minimum one year) are also available for purchase online