Central Meadows Houses for Sale
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Central Meadows Real Estate Listings
Real Estate in Central Meadows
In Central Meadows, properties come in various styles that appeal to buyers with varying goals and budgets. You'll find impressive, newly-built single-family homes, stylish modern condo and townhouse units, appealing large older single-family homes, and affordable manufactured homes perfect for those on limited budgets.
Some of the best value in the Central Meadows, real estate market comes in townhomes built in the 1980s and 1990s. In complexes like Regency Court—situated near where Ford Road meets Baynes Road—you'll find townhouse units with upwards of three bedrooms and two bathrooms, over 1,500 sq. ft. of living space. These units offer an impressive design that maximizes the beautiful views of the nearby mountain ranges. For young professionals, retirees, those looking to downsize, and real estate investors interested in income-producing rental properties, Central Meadows' townhouses could be appealing.
Those looking for new family homes may find impressive options in the area slightly to the east of Pitt Meadows Regional Airport. Considering the nearby amenities, the area's great schools, the surrounding parks, and the easy access to local transportation options, the homes in this area of Central Meadows could be high on the list of those looking for ideal homes to raise a family in. Homes in this area often offer high-end details, including chef's kitchens, airy high ceilings, luxurious spa-style bathrooms, and spacious outdoor patio areas.
There are highly-desirable condo developments built in Central Meadows in the mid-2000s. These condo units often don't last on the market for long, as they remain affordable for many and offer stylish design choices and quality materials throughout their relatively spacious living spaces. Central Meadows' Origin development is located slightly to the south of Airport Way, appealingly near the Pitt River Regional Greenway along the Fraser River—a popular nature preserve with joggers and walkers.
In developments like Meadow Highlands Park—located conveniently close to Pitt Meadows' main shopping area, Meadowtown Shopping Centre—you'll find some of the least expensive real estate in the Lower Mainland. Manufactured homes built in the mid-2000s offer relatively large living areas and quality landscaping. The Meadow Highlands Park also has a sense of community and features a pool, giving it great potential for buyers looking for affordable options.
About Central Meadows
Pitt Meadows has been attracting more and more interest from real estate investors over the past few years, and for a good reason. It's a laid-back little city surrounded by natural beauty, including the Golden Ears double summit, the mighty Fraser River, and endless lakes and forested areas.
Pitt Meadows is a well-situated city in the Lower Mainland that offers impressive affordability compared to real estate markets nearer to increasingly expensive cities like Vancouver. Neighbourhoods in Pitt Meadows come in a range of styles. One neighbourhood that offers an appealing mix of convenience and tranquillity is Central Meadows. Central Meadows is under an hour from Vancouver along the Trans-Canada Highway and Lougheed Highway during ideal traffic conditions. While things slow down considerably during rush hour, many Central Meadows residents use the West Coast Express commuter train that passes through the city for easy trips to and from Vancouver.
In Central Meadows, you'll find excellent recreation centres, quality schools, plenty of parks, and easy access to the city's amenities in nearby Mid Meadows. It's a particularly appealing neighbourhood to growing families, outdoor enthusiasts, and real estate investors looking for a neighbourhood poised for growth.
Things to Do in Central Meadows
Take in the Scenic Views along the Pitt River Regional Greenway
Pitt Meadows is known for being one of the Lower Mainland's most scenic municipalities, and green space is abundant at every turn. Along the Fraser River's dykes slightly to the south of Central Meadows, you'll find the Pitt River Regional Greenway. The greenway is a part of the Trans Canada Trail, a network of roadways, greenways, and waterways that stretches across the country. Because the Pitt River Regional Greenway is mainly flat, it's also a popular trail for cyclists to traverse. The Golden Ears mountains provide a scenic backdrop for jogs, walks or bikes along the greenway. The ample nearby farmland also adds a calm atmosphere to jaunts through this trail.
Make Use of the Multi-Purpose Pitt Meadows Athletic Park
For those with an inclination toward team sports, the Pitt Meadows Athletic Park is a hub of athletic activity in the neighbourhood. It hosts five full-sized soccer fields, two smaller fields, and numerous baseball diamonds and tennis courts. Also located on the same site is the Pitt Meadows arena complex. Which has two NHL-sized hockey rinks and plenty of community events, including public skates, parent-tot skates, events for seniors, and scheduled drop-in sports. It's also a popular venue for children's birthday parties and other special events.
Find a Park of Your Own
One of the main perks of living in Central Meadows is that there are lightly-trafficked park areas along the Fraser River—all a few minutes by car from most parts of the neighbourhood. If you choose to call Central Meadows home, you'll likely find your own little park that ticks all the boxes for you. Along this stretch, one quaint little park is Waterfront Commons Park, near Osprey Village. The park is dog-friendly and is frequently a stop along the greenway for joggers and bikers, and the Stomping Grounds Cafe and Bistro is nearby.