Along with neighbouring Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam, Port Moody real estate is an increasingly attractive prospect for residents of the Lower Mainland. The 2016 opening of the SkyTrain’s Evergreen extension, in particular, has made it ideal for Vancouver commuters.
Once the terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway, Port Moody boomed at the end of the 19th century until the line was extended into Vancouver. The area is undergoing a renaissance as modern transport enables people to commute further. Thanks to the SkyTrain, the commute from Port Moody to Vancouver is only 40 minutes long. Nowadays, the city offers all the best aspects of small-town life in addition to city amenities and, of course, proximity to nature.
One of Port Moody’s biggest draws is ‘Brewery Row,’ which attracts locals and non-locals alike — no mean feat in a Vancouver-centric craft beer scene. In addition to its craft breweries, the city also offers a range of bars, restaurants and shops.
Located as it is on Burrard Inlet, Port Moody real estate also benefits from incredible scenery. Rocky Point Park, in downtown Port Moody, is a beautiful place to stroll, jog or cycle throughout the year. Also popular is Sasamat Lake, which is just outside the city and a stunning place to hike.
The map below is a quick and easy way for you to discover Port Moody homes for sale and get a feel for the market. It is also easy to find homes that are right for your needs by using the search filters, such as price, neighbourhood and size.
If you are planning to buy a home in Port Moody, make sure to speak to Cindy Paddington. An expert in the Port Moody real estate market, she can discuss your options and take the stress out of buying property in the city.