Belcarra Houses for Sale

Search all Belcarra houses for sale and real estate listings below. Belcarra is a lovely neighbourhood in Port Moody, BC, where the Burrard Inlet and Indian Arm intersect. Residents enjoy the endless hiking trails in Belcarra Regional Park, beaches, picnic areas and more. Although homeowners are secluded in Belcarra, the amenities of Port Moody are under a 20-minute drive away.

Belcarra real estate is highly sought-after for its waterfront estates and natural beauty. Primarily secluded homes and properties on acreages are found in Belcarra. Many homes are waterfront, perched on bluffs or with private docks and views of Bedwell Bay and Indian Arm. Homeowners love the peacefulness of living in Belcarra and the escape from the city it provides. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Belcarra, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Port Moody real estate experts today!

Newest Belcarra Real Estate Listings

Belcarra MLS Real Estate Listings May 26, 2024
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Listed
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Avg. DOM
$1,157.98
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$3,225,000
Med. List Price
12 Properties

Real Estate in Belcarra

Belcarra is home to large, beautiful homes. Many residents work in Vancouver and make the daily commute to live in a quiet, green neighbourhood near the water. Many properties in Belcarra offer views of the ocean and mountains, and a high percentage of residents have access to a dock and a boat. 

During 2022, Belcarra observed the sale of four single-family homes. Information extracted from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) for that year indicated an average list price of $4,132,500, with an associated average sale price slightly lower at $3,785,000. It's worth highlighting that these single-family homes achieved a sales price at 92% of their list price throughout the year. Additionally, these properties spent an average of 57 days on the market before finding their buyers.

In Belcarra, you’ll find plenty of large custom contemporary homes, often built to complement and enhance their local surroundings. Compared to other Lower Mainland communities, homes in Belcarra often have large yards, appealing to growing families and real estate investors who are passionate about gardening or DIY projects. 

In the area of Belcarra, slightly inland—near the community of Anmore—you’ll find the Crystal Creek Drive area, which is home to huge modern homes. Many of the homes in this area were built in recent years and offer stylish open-concept floorplans, oversized windows that let in the natural surroundings, and luxurious kitchens and appliances. These houses are often on lots around a half-acre and often feature impressive decks and patios. 

In Belcarra, along Bedwell Bay Road, large family homes are nestled into the surrounding trees, with creeks running nearby and mountain views, creating an incredibly serene environment. Some older houses built in the 1950s and 1960s are found and offer plenty of space, only minutes away from the area’s walking trails, in addition to the lakes and White Pine Beach. These older homes have typically undergone renovations and updates to align with modern design trends, creating an appealing blend of mid-century charm and contemporary flair. 

Belcarra is a small neighbourhood and tends not to have an ample supply of available properties, requiring some patience and attentiveness by real estate investors. The neighbourhood is filled with large, impressive homes built in various styles, appealing to investors who want a unique home with character. For instance, there are beautifully-designed custom homes with eco-friendly features, appealing to those looking to live a slightly rustic lifestyle within close access to city conveniences. 

About Belcarra, Port Moody

Belcarra is a small neighbourhood to the northwest of Port Moody. Most of the neighbourhood is near the waterfront, along the Indian Arm segment of the Burrard Inlet. Directly across the water from Belcarra is the Deep Cove neighbourhood of North Vancouver

Belcarra has not changed much over the years and is a calm and idyllic part of the Lower Mainland. The only way to get to Belcarra by car is Bedwell Bay Road—a winding waterfront road. The neighbourhood can also be reached by private boat. Still, its relative inaccessibility has resulted in it remaining the smallest independent community in the Vancouver area, with a population of just over 600 residents. 

Located on the ocean and with plenty of small islands nearby, it’s a popular starting point for boating and marine activities. There are also a few lakes within close range, making Belcarra an appealing neighbourhood for those who love spending time on the water. Belcarra is also home to the Belcarra Regional Park—a large public green space with plenty of opportunities for hiking, picnicking, and outdoor recreation. 

Belcarra is a laid-back neighbourhood that also features proximity to shopping and big-city conveniences. For those searching for a beautiful neighbourhood to call home and for real estate investors looking for impressive properties, Belcarra is worth a look. 

Things to Do in Belcarra

Explore Belcarra Regional Park

The main attraction in Belcarra is probably Belcarra Regional Park, which is the outdoor hub for activity in the neighbourhood. It features peaceful wooded trails and excellent loop trails, including the Sasamat Lake Loop Trail and Woodhaven Swamp Loop Trail. They offer excellent wildlife spotting opportunities amidst marshy landscapes. There are two sheltered picnic areas, perfect for summertime afternoons and evenings with the family. Down by the ocean, there are opportunities for fishing, crabbing, and spotting marine life. 

Hike to Jug Island Beach Lookout

A popular outdoor adventure in Belcarra is the hike to Jug Island Beach. It’s a relatively simple hike, and it takes a little over two hours round-trip. The trail passes through mossy forested areas and offers excellent views of the ocean below. The trail eventually ends at a fantastic viewpoint of Jug Island—a scenic little round island. Jug Island isn’t accessible for exploration, but it’s pleasant to sit at the beach nearby and watch the seals, eagles, and other wildlife that frequent this location.  

Shop Till You Drop at Newport Village

The nearest larger community to Belcarra is Port Moody. Residents of Belcarra looking to do some shopping often head to Newport Village in Port Moody. Newport Village is home to a handful of boutiques and health and beauty facilities, and you’ll also find a solid assortment of establishments for eating and drinking, including some relaxing cafes. Newport Village is also a scenic destination for simple strolling and window shopping. It was designed with a European-style village atmosphere, similar to mountain resorts like Whistler.