Boundary Beach Houses for Sale

Search all Boundary Beach houses for sale and real estate listings below. Boundary Beach is one of several oceanside neighbourhoods in Tsawwassen, BC. Bordering Boundary Bay to the east and the United States Border to the south, this neighbourhood offers scenic, quiet living. Yet, residents are only minutes from all the shopping and amenities Tsawwassen offers. 

Real estate in the Boundary Beach neighbourhood is highly coveted and includes waterfront homes and cottages. Mid-century homes, ranchers, and custom houses can all be found along the same street. Waterfront houses along Centennial Parkway enjoy beautiful sunsets across Boundary Bay. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Boundary Beach, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Tsawwassen real estate experts today!

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Real Estate in Boundary Beach 

Boundary Beach is a charming beachside neighbourhood in sunny Tsawwassen, a suburban Delta, British Columbia community. This highly sought-after neighbourhood is nestled on a peninsula between the Fraser River and Boundary Bay. It offers gorgeous coastal views and a peaceful atmosphere.

This desirable neighbourhood offers many housing options, while single-family homes remain the majority. Homes in the area often have stunning ocean views or nearby mountains. Most of the properties are situated within proximity to the water. Those not near the waterfront are conveniently located close to the popular Tsawwassen Town Centre. Due to its popularity, Boundary Bay real estate prices can be higher when compared to other neighbourhoods in Tsawwassen and Delta

Housing styles in Boundary Bay vary; many of the original beach cottages can still be found along the waterfront. Among these character homes, many have been renovated with the modern conveniences homeowners have come to expect. Along with original and renovated cottages, many West Coast-style and rancher homes can be found. Many homes boast large lots, providing ample outdoor living, gardening and privacy space. 

In addition to single-family homes, low-maintenance multi-family options can be found. The emerging Southlands area provides various options, from low-rise condominiums to townhomes, all bordering farmland while still within a close walk to the ocean. 

About Boundary Beach 

Boundary Bay is a picturesque neighbourhood in Tsawwassen that offers a beautiful coastal living experience. Its natural beauty, recreation and proximity to services make it an attractive place to live. A short commute from Vancouver, British Columbia, this relaxed, family-oriented area is nestled between the US border to the south and 12th Avenue to the north. Named after the nearby Boundary Bay, this neighbourhood is known for its natural beauty and recreational opportunities. The bay is part of a more extensive regional park bordering the neighbourhood's eastern side. This park has a diverse natural ecosystem that is made up of beaches, marshes and grasslands. 

Located a short distance from the Tsawwassen town center, residents can access amenities such as shopping malls, grocery stores, restaurants and other services. This neighbourhood connects to the Lower Mainland via established highways and transit routes. In addition, the proximity to the ferry terminal makes accessing the famous Gulf Islands an easy trip.

Things to Do in Boundary Beach

Boundary Beach is known for beaches, gardens and outdoor recreation. This seaside neighbourhood is home to Centennial Beach, Boundary Bay Regional Park, and the local gem, the Secret Garden. 

Centennial Beach is one of the most popular beaches within the more extensive Boundary Bay Regional Park. The long sandy shoreline means visitors can enjoy walking, beach combing, picnicking and sunbathing. This area boasts some high tides, and at low tides, the tidal flats create the perfect opportunities for long walks and exploring the tide pools. 

For those looking to hike and be immersed in nature, the Regional Park offers many hiking trails, including a nearly 30-kilometre trail along the dyke; many trails are bike, dog and horseback riding friendly. This park is located on the Pacific Flyway. Over 250,000 birds pass by annually, making it a bird watchers' paradise. 

Visitors and residents can find a little-known gem called the Secret Garden along 67A Avenue. A resident lovingly maintains this small park and provides a relaxing space for visitors to stroll through the manicured gardens or relax on one of the many benches. 

Visitors and residents looking for more adrenaline than hiking, sunbathing and bird watching find Boundary Bay an excellent place for windsurfing and kiteboarding. The bay is known for its flat, calm waters and consistent winds, making it an awesome place for beginners and experienced alike.