Websters Corner Houses for Sale

Search all Websters Corner houses for sale and real estate listings below. Websters Corner is a semi-rural neighbourhood located just on the outskirts of Maple Ridge, BC. The abundance of green space and Webster's Corner's safety and quietness make it an excellent option for real estate investors looking for properties in a relaxing neighbourhood that retain access to convenient amenities nearby. Golden Ears Provincial Park offers endless activities in the far northern area of Websters' Corner and Kanaka Regional Park in the south.

Detached houses are the primary housing type in Webster's Corner, many of which sit on acreages set back from the road, offering ultimate privacy. Houses themselves range from modest mid-century homes to custom estates and magnificent mansions. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Websters Corner, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Maple Ridge real estate experts today!  

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Real Estate in Webster’s Corners

In Webster’s Corner, available properties tend to be single-family detached homes on good-sized lots of around a quarter acre and up. There was a boom in development in the 1960s; roughly a third of houses on the market were built then. Many of the other properties you’ll find are homes built pre-1960, along with some options in terms of modern, newly-built properties. 

In 2022, 55 single-family homes were sold in the Websters Corner neighbourhood. Based on statistics retrieved from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV), the average list price for single-family homes was $1,910,350, while the average sale price was $1,857,600. Homes in the area sold at 97% of the listed price on average. Additionally, the average time it took for these properties to sell was a mere 35 days.

In Webster’s Corner, a large majority of the homes are occupied by their owners, while only around fifteen percent of properties are rented out to tenants. Like many neighbourhoods in Maple Ridge, Webster’s Corner is rather popular as a bedroom community for those who work in Vancouver and other more urban areas of the Lower Mainland. However, the relative scarcity of convenient public transportation options in this part of Maple Ridge can make owning a car essential.

Price surges have continued to affect real estate affordability across the Lower Mainland in recent years. It’s common to see two and three-bedroom homes built in the 1960s for around a million dollars, far below the average for detached homes in cities like Vancouver. Still, mid-century single-family homes in Webster’s Corner are some of the more affordable properties in the region. 

Frequently, single-family homes in Webster’s Corner are situated on huge lots a handful of acres in size and up. These homes are commonly two-storey, box-style homes that offer ample living space and frequently include finished basement suites that offer great potential for rental suites. These properties often make use of their abundance of land, featuring auxiliary structures including workshops, sheds, vegetable gardens, and more. The widespread access to large yard areas is considered one of Webster's Corners' most desirable aspects. 

Ambitious real estate investors will find opportunities to obtain prized Maple Ridge acreage in Webster’s Corner. You’ll sometimes find rustic rancher properties on numerous acres in appealing wooded areas that offer impressive mountain views. These properties are often situated around Dewdney Trunk Road, which is one of the more convenient areas of Webster’s Corner when it comes to accessing the central area of Maple Ridge and other nearby cities, giving these properties a great mixture of convenience and seclusion. 

About Webster’s Corner

The neighbourhood of Webster’s Corner—also frequently formatted as Websters Corner—is a small, laid-back neighbourhood of Maple Ridge that could appeal to those looking to live or invest in a scenic part of the city with a tight-knit community feeling to it. 

Maple Ridge is one of the most historic parts of the Lower Mainland, and there’s no shortage of interesting history in Webster’s Corner. The neighbourhood was named after the area’s first postmaster, James Murray Webster, who arrived in the late 1800s and named the area after himself. Several scenic historical buildings and heritage homes pepper this part of Maple Ridge, providing links to its past. 

Webster’s Corner is located to the east of the core area of Maple Ridge, around a ten-minute drive along Dewdney Trunk Road. The neighbourhood is surrounded by beautiful natural attractions, including Kanaka Creek Regional Park to the south and Golden Ears Provincial Park to the north. Webster’s Corner is located to the northeast of the Albion neighbourhood, while the communities of Whonnock and Ruskin can be found to the east. There are extensive biking and hiking trails in the neighbourhood, making it appealing to outdoor enthusiasts and those looking to live an active lifestyle. 

Things to Do in Webster’s Corners

Explore Kanaka Creek Regional Park

One appealing aspect of living in Webster’s Corners is its proximity to Kanaka Creek Regional Park, located slightly to the south. The park has more than four hundred hectares of appealing wilderness space, including a slow-moving section of Kanaka Creek that’s popular as a launching spot for canoeing and kayaking expeditions. Along the Riverfront Trail, you’ll find tall wooden viewing towers that offer great views of the winding river below, and at Cliff Falls, there’s a great swimming hole that’s popular in the summer months. 

Ride the Trails in Woodlot 0007

Webster’s Corners is a popular destination for mountain biking enthusiasts, and one great network of trails is at Woodlot 0007, which the BCIT Forest Society manages. This woodlot is located just off Dewdney Trunk Road and offers an impressive network of ladders, ramps, jumps, and hills for cyclists to navigate. The wooded terrain at the woodlot is also a popular spot for filming, and it’s common to see film crews in the area. 

Golden Ears Provincial Park

When you’re in Webster’s Corners, you’re also only around a twenty-minute drive from one of the biggest and most beautiful parks in the province—Golden Ears Provincial Park. Golden Ears is well regarded for the access to outdoor recreation that it offers visitors. The park’s network of trails is particularly impressive, which is popular with adventurous hikers and horseback riders. The terrain in this park is rugged, offering visitors a true escape into nature.