Deep Cove Houses for Sale

Welcome to the neighbourhood of Deep Cove in North Vancouver, BC! Below you will find the newest houses for sale and real estate in Deep Cove. If you would like more information on any of these Deep Cove real estate listings, click on the property, register for a free account, and you’ll have access to the full details. From there, you can click Schedule a Tour to request more information from our Loyal Homes Client Care Coordinators or schedule a viewing. Our Client Care Coordinators can provide you with additional property information, so please don’t hesitate to ask for help! 

Deep Cove Real Estate Listings

Deep Cove MLS Real Estate Listings February 2, 2023
4
Listed
38
Avg. DOM
$1,459.21
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,747,900
Med. List Price
4 Properties

Real Estate in Deep Cove

A beautifully scenic area in the Lower Mainland, Deep Cove in North Vancouver has many real estate opportunities. Homes can vary from cottage-style character properties dating back to the 1920s and 30s to new multi-million dollar waterfront estates. A considerable portion of Deep Coves’ real estate is in the form of single-family, along with a few townhouses and condos built in the area in the 70s.

This family-orientated community offers a peaceful environment to raise your children. Single-family homes have low-maintenance backyards and up to six bedrooms, and those close to the water have the most stunning oceanfront and mountain views. Privacy and seclusion in Deep Cove are huge selling points, and most gorgeous waterfront homes have their own dock and private patio. 

About Deep Cove

If you are in the eastern area of North Vancouver, you will be pleased to stumble upon the neighbourhood of Deep Cove. Deep Cove is a relaxed and peaceful area of North Vancouver, and once you visit, you won’t want to leave. Residents refer to their happy little community as “the cove.” Deep Cove sits at the foot of Mount Seymour and is the traditional territory of the Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish Nations. It is a historical area that was initially known as Deepwater. Original inhabitants used much of the community for clamming and fishing, then nearing the 1910s, the area was used as a summer resort area with small cabins. Back then, the area only had a yacht club, dance hall and general store. As the years progressed and into the 1960s and 70s, Deep Cove became easier to access, especially with the addition of the Second Narrows Bridge. Today Deep Cove still has a rural style of living but is steps from trails, parks, ocean access, restaurants and amenities. The core of Deep Cove is quaint and homely. There are a few trendy bistros, one-of-a-kind boutiques, galleries, and an entertaining local theatre.

Deep Cove is the perfect spot for all kinds of outdoor recreation. Being so close to the mountains, forests, hiking, parks, and close proximity to the water, there is always something to keep you or your family entertained. Water recreation goes beyond taking out the boat. They also have kayak rentals, lessons, a marina, and a Rowing Club. Thanks to the Deep Cove Bike Shop, the first mountain bikes were brought to Vancouver in the 1980s.

There is minimal on-street parking in Deep Cove, and the few spaces available are quickly snatched up. Several parking lots can be found in the village, but they tend to fill up early and remain full all day, especially in the summer. You would be better off using public transit, hiking, or even carpooling with a group of friends. 

There are a few community schools within Deep Cove that students will find, including Cove Cliff Elementary, Dorothy Lynas, St. Puis, and Sherwood Park Elementary School. Secondary students can attend Seycove. There are also several other schools outside of Deep Cove that students can get to by transit bus. 

Things To Do in Deep Cove

There are several well-maintained hiking trails, but one of the most popular and longest is The Baden-Powell Trail. It is a rugged, well-maintained 48 km hiking trail from Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver to Deep Cove. One of the most exciting places to visit is the Indian Arm. You can kayak or paddle while getting a unique opportunity to view the mountains and native wildlife from sea level. Deep Cove Canoe and Kayak Centre offers lessons and guides to walk you through the historic journey down the saltwater fjord. 

Cates Park (Whey-ah-wichen)      

North Vancouver’s largest waterfront park is Cates Park. There is a six-kilometre waterfront walking trail, and the beach area is easy to access at low tide. You can search for crabs or enjoy the swimming area. There are also two playgrounds and green space, and in the summer, they host concerts in the park. The park’s ancestral name is Whey-ah-Wichen, a Tsleil-Waututh word that means “faces the wind.” 

Seymour Art Gallery  

The Seymour Art Gallery is located in the heart of Deep Cove. Established in 1985, they are committed to maintaining an active and sustainable art gallery that fosters excellence and promotes interest in the arts. With more than 26,000 visitors each year, this local spot is loved and respected. Not only do they showcase creative exhibitions, but they also have music, artist demonstrations, interactive art-making, and events for children.

Takaya Tours

Takaya Tours is a First Nation-owned ecotourism adventure servicing tourists and residents since 1999. They offer a range of activities that mix outdoor exploration with an authentic interpretation of Coast Salish culture. Some of the exciting tours can include cultural boat excursions as well as canoe and kayak tours.        

Northlands Golf Course   

Northlands Golf Course is only minutes from Deep Cove. Their well-maintained green is always in perfect condition for a day of golf. The course opened in 1997 and offers an eighteen-hole course that is challenging and entertaining for all skill levels. Northlands also has a golf shop with all of the latest gear and golf fashion to look the part.