North Meadows Houses for Sale

Welcome to the neighbourhood of North Meadows in Pitt Meadows, BC! Below you will find the newest houses for sale and real estate in North MeadowsIf you would like more information on any of these North Meadows 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!

North Meadows Real Estate Listings

North Meadows MLS Real Estate Listings June 25, 2022
15
Listed
34
Avg. DOM
$1,096.44
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$2,999,000
Med. List Price
15 Properties
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Real Estate in North Meadows

Many of the real estate investment opportunities in North Meadows come from expansive commercial properties, including large hobby farms and berry growing estates. You'll find plots of land that stretch into the double digits of acres. Many of these commercial properties have numerous other buildings on their land. These buildings may take the form of guest accommodations, event spaces, coach house buildings, barns, stables, workshops, greenhouses, and more. 

Given the increasing popularity of online vacation rental and event space rental apps like Airbnb in recent years, the large, multi-faceted properties in North Meadows are poised to perform well on the short-term rental market. In addition, established berry farms can bring in tens of thousands of dollars per year without extensive resources—and they can also be feasibly rented out to berry farmers interested in running them. This size and scope of properties are relatively rare across the Lower Mainland's real estate market. Still, they're often in North Meadows when they can be found. 

Along Harris Road, you'll find awe-inspiring family homes that feature large, wooded yards and enough space for large families. Homes built in the 1970s have often undergone renovations to give them bright and modern-feeling living spaces. Real estate investors looking for rental income may find these properties offer great potential for renting out to families, and the size of the land that these homes are situated upon opens up opportunities for hobbyists and those looking to build auxiliary structures. 

North Meadows is a popular neighbourhood for growing families. It offers plenty of tranquillity and safety, offering kids the ability to grow up feeling safe and free. It's also appealing to professionals looking to escape the hectic city in exchange for green space while maintaining easy access to Vancouver and other nearby communities. Another demographic that North Meadows appeals to is retirees. After all, it's home to remarkable golfing and some properties back right onto the impressive Meadow Gardens Golf Club. Real estate in North Meadows can carry a hefty price tag, but this is more than matched by the sky-high standard of living that this neighbourhood's properties offer. 

About North Meadows

Pitt Meadows is one of the Lower Mainland's most charming neighbourhoods. With a population of around twenty thousand residents, it's one of the smaller cities in the region. It offers a laid-back, community-based atmosphere that it's hard to find among the busier and more densely populated parts of Metro Vancouver. 

Across Pitt Meadows, you'll find neighbourhoods in various styles. Still, they all have an abundance of natural beauty surrounding them in every direction. In the westernmost part of the city—near the Pitt River Bridge—the properties are spread out and feature impressive access to the extensive Pitt Meadows Dyke Trail System. Central Meadows and Mid Meadows present the best access to amenities, schools, and recreational facilities, and South Meadows is a scenic neighbourhood with plenty of parks near the banks of the Fraser River. 

North Meadows is situated north of where the Lougheed Highway passes through the city and near Dewdney Trunk Road. This is Pitt Meadows' most rural and agricultural neighbourhood, featuring extensive farmland. Some of Pitt Meadows' largest homes can be found in this quiet area, and commercial real estate investors and those engaged in farming and agricultural pursuits will find plenty of enticing opportunities in this neighbourhood. 

North Meadows has a welcoming community and is an excellent starting point for outdoor adventures. You'll find impressive outdoor attractions to the north of this neighbourhood, including Alouette River, Pitt Lake, and Golden Ears Provincial Park. It's also one of Pitt Meadows' most convenient neighbourhoods for commuters. Coquitlam is fewer than ten kilometres away, and the drive to Vancouver can take as little as a half-hour during ideal traffic conditions. North Meadows is a perfect neighbourhood for real estate investors with big plans. 

Things to Do in North Meadows

Get Lost in Golden Ears Provincial Park

Slightly north of North Meadows, there is truly expansive wilderness, offering outdoor enthusiasts the ability to feel lost amidst nature and take in some classic British Columbian backcountry. North Meadows is home to one of the largest parks in the province. Golden Ears Provincial Park spans more than sixty thousand kilometres and links up to Garibaldi Provincial Park, which is even bigger. Golden Ears Park is home to excellent campsites and endless opportunities for outdoor adventures, including biking, hiking, mountain climbing, and more. 

Explore Pitt Lake

The second biggest lake in the Lower Mainland region is even further to the north—Pitt Lake. Pitt Lake flies a little under the radar, considering its beauty. Towering mountain ranges and peaceful marshlands surround it. Lookout points for spotting wildlife are common along the paths surrounding the lake. The flat area along the Pitt-Addington Marsh is popular with cyclists.

Golf at Meadow Gardens

Pitt Meadows punches above its weight when it comes to its golf scene, and one of its most impressive courses is Meadow Gardens. It's an eighteen-hole par seventy-two course that is particularly known for its final hole, which has the challenging combination of two island fairways and an island green, giving it a video game-like appearance. When you've worked up an appetite golfing, the Wedge Bar and Grill has a great selection of tasty burgers, salads, appetizers, and more.