Langley City Houses for Sale
Search all Langley City houses for sale and real estate listings below. Langley City is a vibrant neighbourhood in the heart of Langley, BC. Desirable among homeowners for its unbelievable shopping, dining and convenient transportation, Langley City is sure to appeal to everyone. Although dense in infrastructure, there is still plenty of green space and parks to enjoy, including City Park, Penzer Action Park and Sendall Gardens.
Real estate includes detached houses, townhomes, condos & apartments, lots and commercial real estate. Popular condo buildings include Legacy, the Forme on 54th, and the Wesley Building. Updated ranchers with fenced yards offer great investments for first-time buyers. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Langley City, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Langley real estate experts today!
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Real Estate in Langley City
Langley City, not to be confused with the Township of Langley, is located just under 50 kilometres east of Vancouver, south of Fraser Highway.
While real estate in this neighbourhood is active in industrial, service and commercial property markets, residential properties are also abundant here, particularly single-family homes. Townhomes and low-rise strata condo buildings can also be found in the area in increasing numbers. As an established neighbourhood, the community remains tight-knit and true to its original heritage roots and identity while also experiencing residential growth and development to welcome new residents who wish to call Langley City home.
Factors affecting residential development in this neighbourhood include the Airport Zoning Regulation, as the Langley Regional Airport sits just outside the eastern edge of the city and the Floodplain Elevation Bylaw related to the Nicomekl River. The Langley City Official Community Plan, adopted by City Council on November 22, 2021, will address the area’s current and future housing needs.
About Langley City
Langley City is a relatively small community making up just 10 square kilometres. Originally referred to as “Innes Corners” and “Langley Prairie,” Langley City became its own municipality on March 15, 1955. The City prides itself in what they refer to as “P.R.I.D.E.” values: People, Respect, Integrity, Dynamics and Expectations.
Langley City is accessible by car via multiple major arterial roads: you can find your way here through 200 Street, Highway 10 and Fraser Highway. The Surrey-Langley Skytrain Line, anticipated to start service in late 2028, has a scheduled stop planned in the neighbourhood to be located in the heart of Langley City at 203 Street.
The neighbourhood is well-positioned with many community amenities, including restaurants, grocery stores, retail shops, gas stations, car dealerships, child care facilities, recreation facilities and coffee shops. Popular municipal facilities include the Fraser Valley Regional Library and Timms Community Centre.
Langley City has over 346 acres of parkland, with the Nicomekl Flood plain and floodplain providing outdoor activities such as running, walking or biking. Check out the Langley City website for a complete list of parks and trails.
In addition to having elementary, middle and secondary schools to serve its population, Langley City is also home to Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Langley Campus.
Things to Do in Langley City
Take your Chances at Cascade Casino
Located at 20393 Fraser Hwy, it doesn’t matter what time you feel like visiting Cascade Casino, as it’s open 24 hours daily. Looking for a fun night out? Gaming options include slots, table games, poker and bingo! Are you wanting a weekend getaway? Book a night with their partner, Coast Langley City Hotel and treat yourself to a spa day at Spa Tru, their on-site luxury spa. No matter how long you stay, the facility has three restaurants to choose from Match Eatery & Public House, Glacier Bar Lounge and Atlas Steak & Fish. Remember to keep gambling fun, safe and responsible as British Columbia Lottery Corporation encourages all to “know your limit, play within it.”
Jet off to the Canadian Museum of Flight
Originally located on Crescent Road in Surrey, the Canadian Museum of Flight moved near the Langley Regional Airport in 1996, where it still is today! Open Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Sunday from noon to 5:00 pm, at $10 per adult, $7 per youth/senior and children under six free. This is affordable, family-friendly fun for all to enjoy. The facility boasts an impressive collection of aircraft on display (flight not included, unfortunately), such as the Waco AC6-C, the Westland Lysander and the SE5A Replica. If you’re hoping to see a particular aircraft, check with Reception before your visit, as some exhibits are in storage or unavailable for viewing.
Play a Round at Newlands Golf and Country Club
With an Executive 11-hole course and a Championship 18-hole course available, Newlands Golf and Country Club is happy to welcome golfers of all skill levels. It is recommended to book your tee times in advance either online or by calling 604-533-3288. The facility is a sought-after tournament location, with food and beverage packages and banquet room rentals available. If you’re looking for a casual meal after your round, check out Mr. A.’s patio restaurant for their Prime Rib Dinner Buffet (open Fridays and Saturdays from 5:00 pm). Newlands also provides an all-inclusive wedding venue package for anyone looking to tie the knot: from the ceremony location, catering, flowers, cake and photography, Newlands will have everything covered for your special day.
Stroll through Salt Lane
Salt Lane is Langley City’s best-kept secret. A charming and pedestrian-friendly street, Salt Lane is a leisurely stroll featuring unique retail vendors such as an art gallery, specialty food markets, a candy shop, boutique clothing stores, a music emporium and a video game shop. Food by Fanta is popular, having received online attention for its visual appeal and creative menu items.
In the middle of the lane sits the Plaza, a decorative and welcoming community gathering space that hosts special events such as the Arts Alive Festival.