Cloverdale Houses for Sale

Search all Cloverdale houses for sale and real estate listings below. Cloverdale is a large neighbourhood in Surrey, BC, that is home to the well-known Cloverdale Rodeo. Cloverdale itself is divided into four prominent areas: Cloverdale Town Centre, Clayton Heights, North Cloverdale, and West Cloverdale. Living in Cloverdale means you can enjoy the convenience of shopping centres and amenities in Surrey or Langley.

The neighbourhoods range from historic homes to newer developments. In Cloverdale, home buyers will find single-family homes, from mid-century to modern contemporary styles, condos including, The Ridge at Bose Farms, Waterstone Complex, and Carragie House, and townhouses mostly built after the mid-1970s in complexes such as Solana and Laredo. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Cloverdale, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Surrey real estate experts today!  

Newest Cloverdale Real Estate Listings

Cloverdale MLS Real Estate Listings April 14, 2024
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Real Estate in Cloverdale

Throughout Cloverdale you will find areas that have undergone significant development, giving rise to newer residential areas and opportunities to purchase contemporary properties. One such area of newer residential properties and corresponding amenities in Cloverdale’s Town Centre is Clayton Heights.

Amongst the three property types, single-family homes continue to be the primary residential property type in Cloverdale. Over the years, Cloverdale has seen a shift from homeownership to a larger percentage of its available real estate being rented out. It’s an excellent place if you’re looking for spacious properties with more beds and bathrooms for a growing family. 

Cloverdale has a high livability score, and the community continues to invest in funding new facilities and amenities that support its residents’ quality of life. One of its most exciting amenities is Cloverdale’s Clayton Community Centre, the first of its kind to be Passive House Certified in North America. This building was constructed to consume up to 90% less energy than other similar structures, reducing its carbon footprint. Arts, library, and recreational amenities have all been combined to be housed within this facility. Here, Cloverdale residents can enjoy a fitness studio, a 5,650 sq. ft. weight room, a gymnasium, and visual, performing, and woodworking arts studios.  

About Cloverdale, Surrey, BC

The undeniably quaint area of Cloverdale is the birthplace of Surrey, BC. It is located along the east border of Surrey beside Langley, between the neighbourhoods of Guilford and South Surrey. It all started back in 1870 as a tiny agricultural community, but it has seen much growth since then. 

Still known as the historic centre of Surrey, Cloverdale has developed into a thriving commercial centre that is full of businesses spanning from eateries, cafes, garden centres, galleries, and plenty of shops. It’s a place where modern advancement coexists beautifully with historic charm. You will find a taste of this historic ambience as you traverse down one of the most recognizable streets in all of Surrey: downtown Cloverdale’s Main Street with its buildings that boast western and railroad-Esque facades. 

Things to Do in Cloverdale

Museum of Surrey

Since Cloverdale is the birthplace of Surrey, why not step into local history with a visit to the Museum of Surrey? Honoured to be on the unceded, traditional lands of the Salish peoples, the Museum of Surrey offers free admission to the public. It is a wonderful place to take the whole family, with ever-changing exhibits that reflect the people of Surrey, its history, and current affairs. 

Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair

Cloverdale hosts its renowned Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds. The air is charged with electric excitement and an overwhelming sense of community as people from far and near come together to experience a lively parade, the famous barbeque, live entertainment, a big chili cook-off, and cowboys and cowgirls competing in a myriad of rodeo events. 

Canada Day Celebration

Suppose you are in or near Cloverdale come July. In that case, you may want to consider attending the Surrey Canada Day Festival, otherwise known as the largest Canada Day celebration in all of Western Canada. Annually hosted at the Cloverdale Rodeo & Exhibition Fairgrounds and the Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre, the Surrey Canada Day Festival is a full day of family-friendly fun, learning about the country’s history, and sharing the beautiful cultural practices of Indigenous artists. Admission is free and what awaits you is a plethora of entertainment, exhibitor booths, amusement rides, an Indigenous village, tasty food options from various food trucks, and a spectacle of fireworks to end the night. 

Honeybee Centre

Get ready for an “unbee-lievable,” unique experience at Honeybee Centre, the top commercial honey farm in Western Canada! Beyond being just a farm, this sweet destination is a buzzing visitor attraction, educational facility, country store, and CFIA registered packing facility all rolled into one. It’s a fantastic place to visit with your family and friends for a day of fascinating education on the hardworking honeybee and the entire process of honey production. Of course, your visit isn’t complete without taste-testing some delicious, locally produced honey!

The Cloverdale Market

With Cloverdale having such strong agricultural roots, visiting the longstanding Cloverdale Market is a must. Operating every Sunday since 1974 on the Cloverdale Rodeo Fairgrounds, the Cloverdale Market has had over 7 million customers explore its enormous flea market and stalls of fresh produce, plants, and fresh-cut flowers! Its flea market is a thrifter’s dream, with over 200 tables housed within two buildings and 100+ tables outdoors. If you are a purveyor of farmers’ markets, you’ll love walking through and picking from the many vendors selling vibrant, locally produced fruits and vegetables.