Anmore Houses for Sale
Search all Anmore houses for sale and real estate listings below. Anmore is a neighbourhood in Port Moody, BC, nestled among the mountains. Residents have unlimited access to outdoor recreation, including hiking Belcarra Regional Park, swimming at Buntzen Lake or having a picnic. If you need some groceries, Port Moody is a 20-minute drive from home.
Many of the properties in Anmore are on the neighbourhood's greenbelt. These Anmore homes located in forested areas are spectacular—often with small creeks or ponds on the large properties, with lush vegetation all around, creating a private oasis for homeowners in this area. Massive contemporary homes can be found in Anmore and offer luxury, secluded living. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Anmore, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Port Moody real estate experts today!
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Real Estate in Anmore
Almost all of the available properties in Anmore tend to be large, single-family homes. The neighbourhood's rigid zoning regulations ensure that multi-family properties and small lots aren't permitted. The homes in Anmore tend to be luxurious properties—either recently-built high-end houses or older family homes that have undergone significant renovation.
In 2022, Anmore experienced the sale of 21 single-family homes. Data sourced from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) revealed an average listing price of $2,829,800 for these homes, with an average sale price of $2,735,600. On average, these single-family homes in Anmore sold at 97% of their listed price, and they spent an average of 46 days on the market before being sold.
Anmore is a small neighbourhood in terms of size. Available properties for sale in Anmore tend to be found on and around Sunnyside Road. Near Chestnut Cresent, there are small, winding roads upon which you'll find majestic homes that stretch over 6,000 sq. ft. in size, with numerous bedrooms and bathrooms.
Anmore's luxurious family homes are geared towards high-earning real estate investors and feature high-end design details and impressive views. However, large finished basement suites offer opportunities as mortgage-helping rental suites, improving the affordability of these properties. Considering the quiet tranquillity of Anmore and the large yards these properties have, they represent ideal family homes. These properties are also walkable from the excellent Anmore Elementary School.
Most of the properties in Anmore are large custom homes, but you'll also find opportunities in terms of undeveloped lots. These undeveloped lots tend to be at least an acre in size but can stretch upwards into three and four acres. Undeveloped lots in Anmore have endless potential for real estate investors looking to build their custom home in a desirable Lower Mainland neighbourhood—with proximity to the ocean, Sasamat Lake, Buntzen Lake, and plenty of trails and green spaces. Some of these undeveloped lots are found along Legget Drive, which has plans to be extended in the coming years, which will open the neighbourhood up to easier access in the future.
About Anmore, Port Moody
Anmore is a small community just to the north of Port Moody in the Lower Mainland in British Columbia. It is one of three small, independent communities in the area—the other two being Lions Bay and Belcarra. These neighbourhoods are beautiful, semi-rural areas where residents can live in peaceful, safe areas while also retaining convenient access to nearby city amenities.
Anmore is located near the shores of the Indian Arm, and many properties were custom-built to mesh with the local environment. These Anmore houses and properties feature ocean and mountain views nestled into the area's lush vegetation. Anmore is one of the most affluent parts of the Vancouver area.
Back in the 1970s, a plan was tabled to try to grow the neighbourhood, but residents opposed it and instead, zoning was put in place to ensure Anmore remained semi-rural. Today's population sits at around two thousand residents and is unlikely to increase any time soon. For this reason, Anmore's real estate is in high demand and comes at a premium.
Anmore is a unique neighbourhood in that it offers the feeling of living in a small rural village. Still, it is well-situated near large city centres as well. For this reason, it's a popular bedroom community for those who want to work in Vancouver but live away from the city bustle.
Things to Do in Anmore
Swim and Hike at Buntzen Lake
One of the best spots for getting outdoors and engaging with nature in the Anmore area is beautiful Buntzen Lake, located just north of the neighbourhood. Scenic mountain ranges surround Buntzen Lake—Buntzen Ridge to the west and Eagle Ridge Mountain to the east. The park has a wide array of hiking trails that cater to all skill levels. The beach area is popular in the summer, and there's often a lifeguard on duty during the summer months, making it an excellent place for kids to cool off and have a swim.
Explore Eagle Mountain Hiking Trail
Also slightly to the north of Anmore is Eagle Mountain—also called Eagle Ridge—a beautiful destination for a range of outdoor activities. The trail along Eagle Mountain Powerline Road is an 8 km trail that is great for beginners and offers impressive views of the water below and the nearby snowy mountains in the wintertime. Eagle Mountain is also a popular spot for a range of adventurous outdoor pastimes like ATV riding, horseback riding, and mountain biking.
Immerse Yourself in Say Nuth Khaw Yum Provincial Park
An impressive third spot for outdoor recreation in the Anmore neighbourhood is the recently renamed Say Nuth Khaw Yum Provincial Park, formerly known as Indian Arm Park. Those looking to relax amidst nature will find serene, secluded areas of Say Nuth Khaw Yum Provincial Park, a conservation area along an 8 km stretch north of the Burrard Inlet. The park features alpine lakes, lush mountains, and everything from tranquil creeks to rushing waterfalls. Indian Arm is a popular spot for aquatic activities, including scuba diving, kayaking, canoeing, and boating.