Condos for Sale in Deep Cove


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Deep Cove Condo Values & Trends

Current Asking Prices in Deep Cove
$ 1,284,500
$ 1,015/FT2

Based on 2 active listings

Historical Average Price Per for Condos in Deep Cove

Average Condo Sale Prices for Condos in Deep Cove

Based on 8 condo sales in the past 12 months
LOWAvg. of lowest 10% Average HighAvg. of highest 10%
1 BED Condos $725,000977 = $742/ $725,000977 = $742/ $725,000977 = $742/
2 BED Condos $647,500981 = $660/ $744,5861039 = $719/ $850,0001000 = $850/

Area Description and Stats

Condo Living in Deep Cove

A coveted community in the easternmost portion of North Vancouver District, Deep Cove sits at the foot of Mt. Seymour and exists as a haven for those who love nature. Currently, there are only a few Vancouver condos for sale in Deep Cove, most of which are low-rise or townhouse style buildings.

Once an Indigenous fishing environment, Deep Cove became a common vacation spot for Vancouver residents in the early 20th century with a prominent yacht club and dance hall. Today, the area has expanded with many more outdoor recreations from programs for rowers, kayakers, and boating to the vast trails of Cove Forest for hikers and thrill-seeking mountain bikers. The community hub of Deep Cove is a charming waterfront strip of local shops and restaurants like Osaka Sushi and Arms Reach Bistro, all located along Gallant Avenue and Panorama Road near the marina. For a more substantial commercial centre, residents will want to pop over to Parkgate Village Shopping Centre along Mt. Seymour Parkway.

Getting around Deep Cove, residents will benefit from owning a vehicle, but there is regular public transit service from the Phibbs Exchange bus station located near Main Street and Highway 1. For trips across the harbour to Downtown Vancouver, the Iron Workers Memorial Bridge is the closest route, also connecting to Burnaby’s Metrotown.