Hammond Houses for Sale

Search all Hammond houses for sale and real estate listings below. Hammond is a neighbourhood in Maple Ridge, BC, also commonly referred to as Port Hammond. Located in Maple Ridge's western area, Hammond is a quiet, family-orientated neighbourhood with peaceful tree-lined streets, several schools and plenty of green space, including the Hammond Stadium, a 5.3-hectare park. 

Detached houses make up the primary real estate in Hammond. Home buyers will find anything from a small character home, mid-century rancher to newer built custom homes. Craftsman-style homes on small acreages are also present throughout Hammond. Dewdney West and Thornberry Gardens are two townhouse complexes in Hammond. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Hammond, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Maple Ridge real estate experts today!  

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Real Estate in Hammond

In 2022, the Hammond neighborhood experienced a robust real estate market, with a total of 190 single-family homes sold. Based on the statistics provided by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, the average list price for these homes was $1,309,430, while the average sale price amounted to $1,345,675. On average, homes in Hammond were sold at an impressive 102.8% of their listed price. The average time it took for homes to sell in Hammond was 18 days in 2022.

Maple Ridge is one of the most rapidly growing cities in the Lower Mainland, as home buyers look for more affordable places to live outside Vancouver and the cities nearest to it. Maple Ridge allows potential homebuyers without sky-high budgets to enter the market. 

While new developments are springing up across Maple Ridge these days, Hammond’s stock of available properties primarily consists of older single-family homes that offer affordability and spaciousness. In Hammond, you’ll find quaint two and three-bedroom homes built in the 1940s and 1950s excellent for smaller families, given their large yards and proximity to schools and park areas. These older Hammond homes have frequently undergone extensive updates, making them move-in ready. 

Many of the streets in Hammond offer excellent tranquillity, as many of its areas have little traffic and low noise levels. The busier areas are those nearest to the Golden Ears Bridge and the Lougheed Highway. However, what these parts of Hammond lack in quietness they make up for in the convenience of transportation options they provide to residents. 

In Hammond, nearly half of the homes were built in the 1980s, while the remaining in the 1960s and earlier. Unlike in more urban parts of Maple Ridge, a substantial majority of the properties in Hammond are detached single-family homes. However, there are some duplexes and townhouses available to real estate investors. The average-sized property in Hammond falls in the three to four-bedroom range. 

Real estate investors looking for rental properties in Hammond could gravitate towards the affordable condo units just to the west of the Maple Ridge Golf Course. More than three-quarters of Hammond residents own their own homes, while the rest are renters. There are two-bedroom condo units in this part of Hammond built in the 1980s and 1990s and offer ample living space and private, fenced yard areas. 

A little to the north of the Hammond Stadium, you’ll find larger family homes featuring more than 2,500 sq. ft. of floor space. Typically built in the 1980s, these detached homes offer plenty of room for growing families and frequently feature upwards of four bedrooms. For first-time homebuyers looking to enter the market, the possibility of one or two-bedroom suites with separate entrances can go a long way towards improving the affordability of these Hammond properties. 

About Hammond

Hammond can be found in the southwest region of Maple Ridge, with the city of Pitt Meadows bordering it to the west and the mighty Fraser River bordering it to the south. The Golden Ears Bridge runs right through the neighbourhood, offering straightforward transportation options to nearby cities, including Langley and Surrey

Hammond is one of the oldest communities in the Lower Mainland and was settled by John and William Hammond back in the mid-19th century. It was home to the first train station in Maple Ridge, which led to significant development in the area. In the mid-20th century, it was briefly known as Swede Row because the site attracted so many Swedish loggers and mill workers. The neighbourhood was home to a cedar mill for much of the 20th century, though the mill closed back in 2019. 

Those looking for an affordable and charming area of Maple Ridge to call home may find just what they’re looking for in Hammond. The Hammond Stadium is a hub for baseball in the area. Cycling, golf, and soccer are also popular in this active little neighbourhood. 

Things to Do in Hammond

Hammond Stadium 

Hammond is known for providing residents with access to healthy, outdoor lifestyles. There are plenty of opportunities to play sports and watch them. At Hammond Stadium, there are baseball diamonds, basketball courts, soccer fields, tennis courts, and more—making it a hub for sports in the community. The Hammond Stadium complex also has a great outdoor pool during the summer months. 

Explore Malcolm Knapps Research Forest

One of the most beautiful outdoor destinations in Maple Ridge is located slightly to the north of Hammond. Malcolm Knapp Research Forest is about a fifteen-minute drive from Hammond and features pristine, sparkling lakes, old-growth trees that are centuries old, and scenic hiking routes with plenty of payoffs at the end, especially The Blue Trail, which offers excellent views out over the park below. 

Visit a Museum

As mentioned, Maple Ridge is one of the oldest cities in the Lower Mainland, and the Hammond neighbourhood, in particular, has a lot of exciting history. One way to engage with this history and catch a glimpse of what life was like in the past is by heading to one of the neighbourhood’s many heritage homes, like the Thomas Haney House Museum. There, you’ll find quaint collections and exhibits of historical documents and photos that can enrich your understanding of how this part of Maple Ridge came to be.