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- 383 Harry Road
- Sunshine Coast
- Gibsons & Area
Welcome to Gibsons, BC; an affluent neighborhood with all the signs that it is headed for greatness. Rustic homes adorn the neighborhood, some selling for top dollar, others selling for less than $500,000. Though the recent statistics indicate the neighborhood’s average home price is $455,000, the neighborhood has recently taken a form of unexpected curve and homes now sell for much more than one would expect. That is good news for avid read estate investors, as it means lucrative profit margins and of course a brighter future.
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Separated by just a 40 minute ferry ride from the West Vancouver area and the Lower Mainland, and located on the fringe of the Sunshine Coast, Gibsons neighborhood has been in real estate game for long enough to give other neighborhoods a run for their cash. The neighborhood stands out from the rest, courtesy of its charming residents, value priced homes and proximity to all amenities. Just a brief stay in the neighborhood is enough to make one experience something totally different in terms of urban convenience in an island.
Traffic in Gibsons is lighter than in other neighborhoods, making life here bearable for those who drive to and from work. Charming views of Keats and Howe Sound neighborhoods are visible from Gibsons, tempting one to linger on for a while and enjoy the views. Unfortunately, Gibson’s average home price is what many middle income earners are likely to consider exorbitant. Homes here are actually more expensively than in Sechelt, which is Gibson’s administrative center. With detached and half acre waterfront homes selling for $995,000 and $1.9 million respectively, there is no doubt at all, this is a neighborhood shifting its paradigm to top dollar earners. This is despite the fact that the neighborhood’s average home price is $455,000.
Highlights of Gibsons’ real estate include proximity to Vancouver and Fraser Valley via ferry rides. Kitsilano stands out as the main competitor which needless to say, is losing out, thanks to Gibsons’ rustic charm and a healthy real estate market. It is actually because of these factors that Gibsons’ population rose to 7.1 percent between 2001 and 2006.
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Listing information last updated on February 17th, 2019 at 5:00am PST.
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