South Meadows Houses for Sale

Search all South Meadows Houses for Sale and real estate listings below. South Meadows is a neighbourhood in Pitt Meadows, BC. It is located near the commercial centres and Pitt Meadows Airport, making it an attractive neighbourhood to those who value convenience. House types in South Meadows are diverse. Anything from a charming rancher to a grand home to a townhome in the complex of Nature's Walk or Osprey Village can be found for sale in this Pitt Meadows neighbourhood.

Recreational opportunities and a range of amenities are within easy striking distance, offering a balanced lifestyle. Residents can enjoy the Pitt River Regional Greenway, which has a path parallel to the Fraser River and is perfect for walking, jogging or biking. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in South Meadows, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Pitt Meadows real estate experts today!  

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Real Estate in South Meadows

South Meadows is home to several small subdivisions that offer their charms. In South Meadows, just to the north of the Katzie First Nation reserve, you'll find impressive, large homes built in the early 2000s. One particularly appealing subdivision is Bonson's Landing, which features nearly two hundred single-family homes integrated into a community equipped with parks, schools, and convenient amenities. 

In 2022, the South Meadows neighborhood of Pitt Meadows saw 45 single-family homes change hands. According to data from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV), these homes had an average list price of $1,419,800. The average sale price was slightly higher at $1,461,800. Notably, the homes in South Meadows achieved an average sale price that was 103% of the list price. These homes also sold quickly, with an average selling time of just 14 days.

Homes in this subdivision come in a range of styles known as The Alouette, the Bonson, the Nelson, the Garibaldi, the Fraser, and a smaller option, the Hemlock. The homes in the Bonson's Landing area of South Meadows range from three to five bedrooms, with floorplans from 2,100 to 2,800 sq. ft. They include appealing design features, including high ceilings, stone feature walls, gourmet kitchens with quartz countertops, and many other high-end attributes.

Another one of the top parts of South Meadows is the area near Shoreline Park, along the Pitt River Regional Greenway. The greenway is a popular spot for walkers, joggers, and bikers. Living along this stretch of the Fraser River makes finding the time to live an active lifestyle easy. This part of South Meadows is named Osprey Village, and it previously served as farmland and a mill site before becoming a charming little riverfront community. Home to quaint, independent shops, people interested in commercial real estate may find enticing investment opportunities in the area. 

Homes in Osprey Village often feature charming designs and appealing park-front locations. Large single-family homes have been built within the past two decades, often featuring impressive upgrades. A number of the properties in this part of South Meadows feature fully-finished basements, offering excellent potential for real estate investors interested in mortgage-helper rental suites. 

Those looking for affordable large family homes built in the 1960s and 1970s may find what they're looking for in the area slightly west of Golden Ears Bridge, which connects Pitt Meadows to communities on the Fraser River's other side, including Langley and Surrey. The spacious two-storey box-style homes in South Meadows often feature updates that align with modern tastes. The large yards these properties often possess and the location of these homes along quiet streets with greenbelt views could make them ideal family homes. 

About South Meadows

Discussions about real estate markets in the Lower Mainland are often focused on Vancouver and the mid-sized cities that share borders, like Burnaby and Richmond. Moving further to the east, past Coquitlam and Surrey, charming small communities offer a more relaxed pace of life and more affordable real estate. 

Pitt Meadows has all the amenities you need and is a relatively quick drive to Vancouver—around forty minutes during ideal traffic conditions along the Lougheed Highway and Trans Canada Highway. Many Pitt Meadows residents also use the West Coast Express for their daily commute, which offers daily departures as far east as Mission City.

To the east of the Pitt Meadows Regional Airport and just to the west of Maple Ridge's Hammond neighbourhood, you'll find South Meadows. South Meadows is a quiet residential neighbourhood where you'll find appealing little parks, quality schools, and a great sense of community. Residents of South Meadows enjoy excellent panoramic mountain views. There are plenty of scenic spots along the Fraser River, which borders the neighbourhood to the south. 

Things to Do in South Meadows

Explore Pitt River Regional Greenway

Along the Fraser River in South Pitt Meadows, there are several scenic little parks and recreation areas, and they're linked together by the Pitt River Regional Greenway. This greenway is primarily paved with flat gravel, and it's well-maintained and popular with bikers. The greenway connects Osprey Village to the parks that surround it. The river dyke is popular with birdwatchers, who appreciate the incredible diversity of species and the impressive views of mountains, farmland, and abundant wildlife in the area. Pitt Meadows is also a popular community for equestrian enthusiasts, and it's common to see horses along this path.

Grab a Bite at Stomping Grounds Cafe and Bistro

For walkers, joggers, and bikers along the Pitt River Regional Greenway who've worked up an appetite, Stomping Grounds Cafe and Bistro is a great spot to grab breakfast, brunch, or dinner. The cafe features excellent organic coffee and homebaked organic goods, and the interior walls are decorated with the work of local artists. People who live in South Meadows will often head down to Stomping Grounds to grab a coffee and a snack to take to one of the nearby scenic parks.

Golf at One of the Local Golf Courses

As one of the areas of the Lower Mainland with the most green space, Pitt Meadows is also home to some of the region's best golf courses. From South Meadows, there are four golf courses within close range: Meadow Gardens Golf Club, Meadows Golf Centre, Pitt Meadows Golf Club, and nearby Maple Ridge Golf Course. Each course caters to golfers of varying skill levels, and all of them are surrounded by beautiful mountain views.