Oakridge Houses for Sale

Search all Oakridge houses for sale and real estate listings below. Oakridge is a neighbourhood in Vancouver, BC. Home to just over 13,000 residents, the neighbourhood of Oakridge boasts residential and commercial real estate areas. This neighbourhood is its own little oasis in the heart of Vancouver. The Oakridge area is home to Langara College and Langara Golf Course, which has attracted golfers for years. 

Detached houses range from character homes to mid-century and contemporary-style homes. There are several condos, including Park Station, which is within walking distance to transit, Oakridge Centre and has modern units. Hemingway is another building that is sought after near amenities, shopping and transit. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Oakridge, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Vancouver real estate experts today!

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Real Estate in Oakridge

Because Oakridge was left in its natural state for so long while surrounding areas developed, many of the structures we see there today did not exist in the area until after the Second World War. Most of the homes in the Oakridge neighbourhood are single-family homes built in the late 50s to early 60s. 

There are not as many historic sites in Oakridge that one may find in other parts of Vancouver since it is still in its infancy compared to many of the different Vancouver areas. There are bungalow homes, apartment buildings, and many multi-family homes. After the Oakridge shopping centre was constructed, the area began to flourish with developing residential areas. Oakridge is popular and constantly growing thanks to the Oakridge Mall bringing more consistent interest. Detached homes are primarily in the upper price range, with condos and apartments being slightly more affordable. 

About Oakridge, Vancouver, BC

On a map, Oakridge is in the south-central region of Vancouver, near the neighbourhoods of Marpole and Kerrisdale. While these two areas experienced steady and continuous growth in the early 1900s, Oakridge remained in its natural and organic state until the land was developed commercially and residentially in the early 1950s. 

The beginning of the development brought the first shopping centre in Vancouver, called Oakridge. The mall was built at 41st and Cambie on a 32-acre lot. Oakridge is home to a large portion of Vancouver’s Jewish Community, and as the area developed in the 1960s, the Home for the Aged and Jewish Community Centre was constructed to accommodate the increasing Community in the area. Oakridge is very easily accessible with the use of the public transportation system. The Canada Line runs right to 41st and Cambie and 49th and Cambie, both main areas of Oakridge. 

Today, Oakridge’s population consists of a relatively young community compared to the rest of Vancouver. Because Oakridge began developing later than the other communities around it, it still possesses the outdoor, forest-like feel in the neighbourhood. There are several around the Oakridge neighbourhood for schools, such as Van Horne Elementary school and Jamieson Elementary – both within a short distance of almost all the areas of Oakridge. Sir Winston Churchill Secondary is a great option for teens. Alternatively, there is a private high school called King David High School. Post-secondary education is served well by Vancouver College and Langara College

Things to Do in Oak Ridge

Explore All Oakridge Has to Offer

Nearby to the area is the Langara Golf Course for your Saturday or mid-week evening activities, including walking trails and, of course, golfing. Oakridge also boasts fitness and recreational centres such as the YMCA and the Oakridge Community Centre

Thanks to the easy-to-navigate transportation system established in the Oakridge area, many activities are easy to access around Oakridge for residents to go on a fun day trip. Transportation in the Oakridge area also provides easy access to the infamous VanDusen Botanical Garden, Queen Elizabeth Park, the Bloedel Conservatory, and a popular restaurant known for its fun atmosphere and cocktails, The Shameful Tiki Room. Oakridge has one of the biggest liquor stores in the Greater Vancouver Area. If a busy lifestyle with endless options to spend a day or a night out is something you are drawn to, then Oakridge is a great neighbourhood for you! 

Learn About the History

If you are fascinated by history, make sure to take a trip to The Jewish Museum & Archives of BC, located in South Vancouver at 6184 Ash Street. This museum is dedicated to keeping alive 160 years of Jewish history in British Columbia. This collection of memories, history, and documents was founded in 1971 and holds over 300 metres of texts, over 325,000 photographs, and 900 oral interviews. If this interests you, be sure to add the Vancouver Holocaust Centre to your list. Located in the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Campus, the Holocaust Centre is devoted to educating its visitors on anti-racism that is Holocaust-based. This Centre actively serves over 25,000 students and educators in promoting awareness and justice-driven conversation surrounding the events of the Holocaust.