Port Moody Homes for sale
Even though Port Moody is the smallest of the tri-cities, this community continues to expand, and it is seen to be one of the sought after places to live in the lower mainland. Many Port Moody homes have a waterfront view of the Burrard Inlet because the municipality is located at the east end of Barnet Highway. Surrounded by the eastern side of Burnaby, Coquitlam, and also the villages of Anmore and Belcarra, Port Moody is the perfect location that is central but also has quick access to recreational hotspots. Port Moody is a close drive or nice bike ride to the popular beaches in the area such as Buntzen Lake as well as White Pine Beach at Sassamat Lake. Rocky Point is another park area that attracts many people living in the tri-cities which includes trails to keep active outdoors, a pool with a waterpark for the children and play areas for family fun. Visit New Port Village or Suter Brook Village if you are looking to shop at trendy boutiques or pick up your everyday necessities. Port Moody has everything you need and it is close enough to other central cities. The city is an art hub for BC as well. These factors attract many to live in the neighborhood because of the exclusive feeling that the environment gives. Port Moody is known as the “City of the Arts,” which means it is a given that there are many studios and galleries spread throughout the city. Surrounded by ocean, mountain, and lakes, Port Moody can be an escape for someone looking to be outdoors. Being at the edge of the water, there are many water sports offered in PoMo which include, kayaking, boating, and sailing. Also, there are boardwalks and a little more strenuous hikes for those interested in being on shore.
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Port Moody Demographics/Stats
The median selling price for a home in Port Moody is $592,550. Listings in PoMo tend to be on the market for an average of 22 days. There are around 35,000 people who live in the Port Moody Area. MoneySense added Port Moody to their “Best Places to Live 2014 list,” based upon the following factors: commuting, housing, health care, weather, crime, culture, demographics, taxation, wealth and amenities.
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