Upper Lonsdale Houses for Sale

Search all Upper Lonsdale houses for sale and real estate listings below. One of North Vancouver, BC's most desirable neighbourhoods is found in Upper Lonsdale. This area contains amenities like the Queens Cross Pub, Queensdale Market, and numerous shopping options and hiking trails. 

Most homes have one thing in common - exceptional views. The higher elevation provides views of both the mountains and the ocean. Homes in Upper Lonsdale tend to be on larger lots compared to other North Vancouver neighbourhoods and range in styles from character ranchers to luxurious custom-built homes. Smaller townhouse buildings (under four storeys) can be found near the more commercialized areas. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Upper Lonsdale, or to arrange a private showing, contact your North Vancouver real estate experts today!  

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Real Estate in Upper Lonsdale

Upper Lonsdale residents enjoy some of the best views in North Vancouver of English Bay, the North Shore mountains and Lions Gate Bridge. The real estate opportunities consist mainly of single-family houses, from mid-century bungalows and character homes to custom luxury estates. If you are looking for space, Upper Lonsdale has some of the larger lots in North Vancouver. Townhomes and a select few low-rise condominium buildings, including Strata, are close to transit and offer low-maintenance living for those busy professionals. 

The area is 850 meters above sea level, so many homes have gorgeous mountain or ocean views. Upper Lonsdale is highly desired for being a great place to raise a family or take an investment opportunity. Some homes are steps from some of the best hiking trails, and the beauty and nature surrounding the residential area are why Upper Lonsdale is so popular. The tall trees and mature bushes help keep homes secluded and private. 

Some other smaller communities nearby include the Delbrook & Upper Delbrook, Princess Park, and Braemar neighbourhoods.

About Upper Lonsdale

Lonsdale Avenue is divided into three sections, and Upper Lonsdale is located at the Northernmost tip of the Lonsdale Corridor. It is also considered a more residential part of Lonsdale Avenue. Lonsdale Avenue is named after Arthur Pemberton Heywood-Lonsdale, a wealthy landowner who resided before settlers came. Upper Lonsdale is well known for its abundant park space and access to local hiking and biking trails. It is home to various recreational amenities that keep any adventure seeker active. Harry Jerome Recreation Centre is located just South of Upper Lonsdale. On those scorching summer days, there is a twenty-five-foot swimming pool, a weight room, and a fitness centre.

In Upper Lonsdale, residents will find shops and services along the two blocks from 29th Street up to Kings Road. Every July in Vancouver, the city’s Waterfront Park is home to BC’s biggest Caribbean party. The spicy Caribbean food, live music and beautiful waterfront setting attract tens of thousands of visitors every year. 

Travelling by car has become easier recently with the new Montroyal Bridge over Mosquito Creek. It provides a more efficient commute through the northwest portion of the community and offers safer options for walking and cycling. The most efficient way to get to North Van via public transit is the 400-passenger Seabus commuter ferry. Departing from Waterfront Station, this scenic twelve-minute journey transports you across Burrard Inlet to Lonsdale Quay. You could also take advantage of the Coast Mountain Bus Company, which provides efficient service to the North Shore from Downtown Vancouver.

There are quite a few choices for your child’s education near Upper Lonsdale. They include Braemar, Capilano, Carisbrooke, Larson, Norgate, Queen Mary, Westview Elementary, Carson Graham, and Bodwell High School. Elementary schools east of Lonsdale Avenue include Brooksbank, Eastview, Queensbury, and Ridgeway. There is also one secondary school, Sutherland Secondary. Vancouver Waldorf High School is only five minutes away via driving, and transit is easy to access. There is also Andre Piolat, a prestigious French School. 

Things To Do in Upper Lonsdale

Upper Lonsdale is home to two gems: the Queens Cross Pub and the Queensdale Market. The Queens Cross Pub has been serving the area since 1979. This British-style pub offers a great atmosphere, excellent pub food, and live music to keep you entertained. The Queensdale Market is your local stop for fresh choices. They have an extensive selection of fresh meats, deli, produce, and a wide variety of cheeses. Consider using their catering options if you have a party or event.     

Grouse Mountain       

Grouse Mountain Welcomes around 1.3 million visitors a year. There is so much to take in that you will have difficulty fitting it all into one trip. The Grouse Grind is an almost vertical hike that is just about three kilometres and is sure to get your blood pumping. During the winter, take to the ski hill and check out the activities offered throughout the year.  

Maplewood Farm 

Maplewood Farm opened in 1975 and is located along the Seymour River in North Vancouver. The farm is both fun and educational, offering five acres of space there is something for the whole family. With over 200 domestic animals and birds to visit, not only can you hold and feed the animals, but they also have rides, self-guided tours, and cater to special events.  

Garden of Granite Winery  

Garden of Granite Winery prides itself on being a humble garage winery that finds inspiration everywhere. Only ten minutes from Upper Lonsdale, it was founded in 2006. They offer top-quality local wine from the second floor of an old industrial building, right above their sister project, La Cerveceria Astilleros, a new Craft Brewery.

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park 

Capilano Park hosts 1.2 million visitors per year and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in North Vancouver. There is so much to see and do. If you are looking for something entertaining that you can scratch off your bucket list, walking the 450-metre bridge should do the trick.