Glen Valley Houses for Sale

Search all Glen Valley houses for sale and real estate listings below. Glen Valley is a serene neighbourhood in Langley, BC, with the Fraser River bordering the north and Highway 1 to the south. Glen Valley strikes a perfect balance of country living near the city. and is primarily farmland and properties. Pagoda Ridge Golf Course, Glen Valley Regional Park, and Thunderbird Show Park are a few of the rec amenities in the community. 

Gorgeous acreages with 5+ bedrooms are throughout Glen Valley, some of which have views of the Fraser River. Smaller, well-maintained family homes can also be found for sale, along with one-of-a-kind mansions. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Glen Valley, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Langley real estate experts today!  

Newest Glen Valley Real Estate Listings

Glen Valley MLS Real Estate Listings May 26, 2024
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$3,679,300
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Real Estate in Glen Valley 

Located in the northeastern portion of Langley, BC, sits the quiet neighbourhood of Glen Valley. The Fraser River bounds the neighbourhood to the north, the city of Abbotsford to the east, the Trans-Canada Highway to the south and Fort Langley to the west. 

Property types in Glen Valley primarily consist of single-family homes on large lots of land and acreage properties of various sizes. There is also a limited number of strata properties, including low-rise apartment buildings and townhouse/rowhouse communities. 

About Glen Valley 

Early settlement in Glen Valley was primarily due to the development and activity from the Hudson Bay Company at nearby Fort Langley. The proximity to the Fraser River and the relatively flat and fertile land made the area an ideal place to grow a community. Settlement further continued to boom because of the Canadian Northern Railway line that arrived in 1910.

Glen Valley was also involved in the Soldiers’ Settlement Board after the First World War. As part of this program from the federal government, returning soldiers were able to acquire land in the neighbourhood and were encouraged to use it for farming purposes. Jack Hassall is a notable veteran who settled here, with the original Hassall Residence built in 1917 still standing today as a formally recognized Canadian historic site. 

You can access Glen Valley by vehicle via Trans-Canda Highway (Highway #1). Public transportation options are limited in this area. 

Community amenities such as schools, retail options, commercial spaces, restaurants, grocery stores and medical facilities are not readily or easily available in Glen Valley, as the neighbourhood is mainly residential and comprises sizeable private acreage properties. Residents need to venture to the adjacent communities of Fort Langley, Walnut Grove or Aldergrove to obtain these services.

Things to Do in Glen Valley

Go fishing at Glen Valley Regional Park

Glen Valley Regional Park, also known by some as Two-bit Bar, earned this nickname from when the Hassall family would charge “two bits” (25 cents) for fishermen to park and fish by their property on the shore. The park today is popular with anglers looking to catch salmon or trout, but without the two bits charge. 

The park is known as the site of Glen Valley’s original first store, post office and wharf. Dogs are welcome on leash at the park as well. Visitors are reminded that tidal fishing is subject to provincial regulations and license requirements. Please note that many active farms surround the park, and to be respectful of any operational farm vehicles and activity while you are there. 

The Bog Riverside Cranberry Farm

The family-owned and operated Bog Riverside Cranberry Farm is ready for you to visit! The retail Farm Store is online year-round: get a jar of their popular bog cranberry sauce, cold-pressed cranberry juice, cranberry pepper jelly, or a bag of premium frozen cranberries. Harvest tour season is typically from late September to October, offering an opportunity to stroll the perimeter of the field to see the active harvest, or for those brave enough, go on the “cranberry plunge” and put on a pair of waders to go directly into the field of floating cranberries! Please note that as an active farm, all visitors are requested to be respectful of the working environment when stopping by. 

Visit Aldor Acres

Aldor Acres is best known for its main crop: pumpkins. The family started selling pumpkins in 1988 and have since become a beloved neighbourhood spot. The Fall “Pumpkin Patch,” open every September and October, offers visitors a chance to pick their own pumpkin on the field, as well as a Farm Market and over 5 acres of animal interaction space (with sheep, bunnies, pigs, ducks, horses and more!). 

While best known for pumpkins, Aldor Acres is open year-round, with events for Easter, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, as well as a popular Christmas Tree Farm during the holiday season. Aldor Acres also hosts private events, with a covered shed, picnic tables, and bathrooms available for your next big event.

Play a round at GreenTee Country Club (Pagoda Ridge)

GreenTee Country Club, also sometimes referred to as Pagoda Ridge, prides itself in providing an affordable golfing option to visitors and residents in the Fraser Valley. Spanning 165 acres, GreenTee has been providing memorable 18-hole golfing experiences since it opened in 2012. The course was designed to provide opportunities for golfers of all levels to enjoy, with six tee options available to choose from. The facility also hosts a Men’s and Ladies League every Tuesday and Wednesday.