Maple Ridge Town Centre Houses for Sale

Search all Maple Ridge Town Centre houses for sale and real estate listings below. Maple Ridge Town Centre is the central neighbourhood in Maple Ridge, BC, and is currently home to more than ten percent of the city’s population. This central hub is also slated to grow significantly within the next few years—with plans that would see it double in size within the decade. 

Maple Ridge is regarded as one of the most promising areas for real estate investment in the Lower Mainland because of its beautiful green spaces, laid-back pace of life, and relatively affordable real estate. The Town Centre area is no exception, the abundance of amenities within walking distance makes it a popular neighbourhood for retirees and those without vehicles. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Maple Ridge Town Centre, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Maple Ridge real estate experts today!  

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Real Estate in Maple Ridge Town Centre

Much of the real estate development in Maple Ridge Town Centre has been developed around the Town Centre Area Plan, which emerged in 2008 to increase the density and walkability of this area. This plan has led to a considerable supply of relatively affordable condo and townhouse units in the neighbourhood, with plenty more on the way.

In the area slightly north of Dewdney Trunk Road and near 224th Street are affordable condos in buildings like the Panorama, which offer large units built around two decades ago, featuring clean, well-built interiors and plenty of perks, including recreation centres, gyms, and more. 

In 2022, 12 single-family homes were sold in Maple Ridge’s Town Centre. Based on statistics from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV), the average list price for these single-family homes was $1,341,600, while the average sale price was $1,309,040. On average, single-family homes in this area sold at 98% of the list price. The average days it took for homes to sell was only 19 days.

Those looking for more recently-built affordable apartment units in Maple Ridge Town Centre may find what their looking for at developments like Edge on Edge, a sought-after building offering beautiful open-concept living spaces and other features that make these units feel airy and larger than their square footage indicates. 

Another nearby new condo building in Maple Ridge Town Centre is The Emerson, built in 2019 and offers high-end details and scenic decks that look out over Morse Creek and the greenbelt that runs through the area. Proximity to the Lougheed Highway makes these compact units ideal for young professionals—both those who work in the Town Centre itself and those who commute to Vancouver or other nearby cities in the Lower Mainland

While there are primarily condos and townhouse units available on the real estate market in Maple Ridge Town Centre, you’ll also find single-family detached homes built in the 1960s and 1970s that offer good value to home buyers. Often in the form of ranchers, these properties provide convenient one-level living perfect for retirees or young families. 

The centrepiece of the newly designed Maple Ridge Town Centre will be the ERA master-planned community, which will come together in seven phases centred around creating a highly livable urban community that offers residents everything they need for working, playing, shopping, and relaxing. The urban centre of Maple Ridge has always been scenic—framed by mountains and near the mighty Fraser River—but new planned residential units along Dewdney Trunk Road, Brown Avenue, and Plaza Street will offer plenty of new investment options in the form of condos and city homes. 

About Maple Ridge Town Centre

Maple Ridge Town Centre features lower housing costs than many parts of the Metro Vancouver area. Average incomes in the community have been rising in recent years, translating into exciting opportunities for real estate investors in the area. The neighbourhood is being set up as a walkable urban zone—already home to more than seven hundred businesses—and there are plenty of great shops and restaurants in the area. 

Maple Ridge is one of the Lower Mainland’s most historic and livable small cities. Its vibrant Town Centre offers a high standard of living and plenty of convenient amenities and transportation options in a growing neighbourhood. 

Things to Do in Maple Ridge Town Centre

Enjoy Maple Ridge's Equestrian Presence 

Maple Ridge has some of the greenest spaces of any of the municipalities in the Lower Mainland. The Town Centre area’s central location and accessible transportation options make it a great jumping-off point for outdoor adventures of all sorts. The Trans Canada Equestrian Trail passes right through the area, and there are plenty of other equestrian trails nearby, in addition to plenty of facilities, stables, and other resources. 

Explore Golden Ears Provincial Park

A short drive slightly to the north of Maple Ridge Town Centre will bring you to Golden Ears Provincial Park, one of the biggest parks in British Columbia, situated in the Coast Mountains, offering an absolute abundance of memorable hiking trails. Golden Ears is mainly known for the challenging hiking trails for advanced hikers, but there are also paths suitable to all skill levels. To the north, Golden Ears connects with Garibaldi Provincial Park, which is even bigger and runs beyond Whistler. Golden Ears has more than sixty thousand hectares of rugged mountainous area and has three well-maintained campgrounds: North Beach, Alouette, and Gold Creek. 

Tee Off at Maple Ridge Golf Course

As one of the Lower Mainland’s oldest communities, Maple Ridge is home to many historic establishments. One of these is the Maple Ridge Golf Course, which is nearly 100 years old and was one of the first golf courses in the area. It’s a relatively challenging course, featuring tricky bunkers and multiple elevation changes. At the same time, for such a scenic and well-designed course, it’s affordable and accessible, making it an excellent option for hobbyists and beginners.