North Shore Port Moody Real Estate & Homes for Sale

The "North Shore" is what residents call the areas containing the Heritage Mountain, Twin Creeks, Noons Creek, Mountain Meadows and Heritage Woods neighbourhoods of Port Moody. These neighbourhoods are new compared to some of the others within the city, and are composed of mostly residential homes. Most of these neighbourhoods contain families with school-age children, and the homes are as diverse as the individuals who live there: single family houses, townhouses, and multi-family housing options like duplexes, stacked townhouses and apartments. Because of a wide variety of house styles on the North Shore, more and more families and investors are becoming interested in real estate here.

The residents in these neighbourhoods enjoy beautiful views of forest area, the mountain, parkland and even views of the water. A hilly area, the North Shore is full of beautiful parks, lots of forest trails, and even sandy beaches are easily accessed from here. In combination with the urban atmosphere and amenities offered in downtown Port Moody and the surrounding areas, it's easy to see why the North Shore is such a big draw. Within Port Moody in general, there has been an increase in the number of young families moving in. The population grew 19.9% between 2006 and 2011, and research shows that of the nearly 30,000 residents of Port Moody, the majority (38%) are between the ages of 20 and 44.

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The North Shore not only offers excellent options for exploring the art and culture of the city, but has great schools within walking distance to many residents, easy access to the Trans-Canada Highway as well as the SkyTrain stations that travel regularly to Downtown Vancouver. The Eagle Ridge Hospital is just minutes away from North Shore Residents, as are a variety of different clinics and healthcare facilities.

Employment Opportunities

The Eagle Ridge Hospital is the largest employer of individuals in the Port Moody area, with nearly 1,000 employees. The Port Moody School District and the City of Port Moody are the runners up, employing approximately 350-400 employees each. These, combined with big employers in the service industry, can account for a very low unemployment rate amongst North Shore and Port Moody residents in general. Unemployment is at 4.7%, quite a bit lower than British Columbia's 6.0%. Port Moody has the 4th highest municipal median family income of $70,239. Some of the industries with the highest level of employment in the area include healthcare, sales and manufacturing, and social services.


Heritage Mountain Shoppers Village is a great choice for North Shore residents, and many shops and boutiques are clustered around the village. Here, folks can find grocery stores and other options to serve their needs. Of course, big shopping outlets are also easily accessed, such as the Coquitlam Centre, offering up the most popular retailers for clothing, jewelry, electronics and more. Quaint shops and vendor setups are found all over Port Moody, from the waterfront to downtown.


North Shore residents can take advantage of Port Moody's vast selection of dining options, which are as multi-cultural as the residents. Just a few miles' drive can offer residents choices like Chinese, Thai, Italian, or Mediterranean cuisine. Being a waterfront community, North Shore residents can access delicious, fresh seafood, like that offered at The Boathouse or Ocean Wise Seafood. Order a bowl of rich and delicious Whiskey Crab Soup from Ocean Wise or check out one of the nearby grill/pubs for a burger and fries. Also available throughout the city are bakeries, cafes, and specialty food shops.


Car is the most popular way to get around the North Shore, and typically get to desired locations through main streets like Ioco Road, Heritage Mountain Boulevard, David Street and Guilford Way. However, residents devoted to a more eco-friendly lifestyle can bike or walk to nearby areas. For those going a little further than a couple of streets, the TransLink buses have routes all over the city. Getting out of the city is as easy as accessing the Trans-Canada Highway or by taking advantage of the SkyTrain or West Coast Express light rail service, both of which have regular scheduled trips to and from Downtown Vancouver.


Many North Shore parents are within walking distance to the neighbourhood schools. Part of the School District #43, Heritage Woods Secondary School as well as two different elementary schools are located within the area. Parents also have the option of utilizing Port Moody's Homelearner's Program, which is an outstanding resource if they want to home school their children. College-age students can take advantage of the nearby Douglas College - Coquitlam Campus, which offers up a variety of degree programs and serves about 14,000 students annually.

The Arts

North Shore residents have a lot to brag about when it comes to the arts, as Port Moody is the City of the Arts, after all. A short drive can give residents access to a slew of theaters, galleries, historical museums and more. The Inlet Theatre is just a hop, skip and a jump away from North Shore neighbourhoods, and overlooks Burrard Inlet. Another option is the Port Moody Arts Centre, where a diverse collection of art is shown and changed on a regular basis. They are also host to a variety of shows and teach various art classes as well.

The Canadian Film Festival comes to town each February, giving residents the chance to screen some of the films that have created serious buzz within the industry. In September, Port Moody residents enjoy the Festival of the Arts, which is a large festival celebrating the history and art of Port Moody. City initiatives have also resulted in a large number of public art pieces being placed in local historical areas and parks, which citizens can of course enjoy for free.


When it comes to recreation and sports, North Shore residents have a plethora of options. Just exploring their own neighbourhoods can be a fantastic adventure, as the North Shore is dotted with numerous parks, and features many forest trails perfect for biking or hiking. Of course, recreation centers are always a good choice as well, and several exist throughout the city. Rocky Point Park is very close to North Shore residents, and here, they will find a variety of hiking trails, a lake, a boat launch and pier, a playground as well as a picnic area. Throughout the city there are community pools, gyms, public parks, and sports complexes where individuals can enjoy themselves.

Investing in North Shore Real Estate

Because there aren't a great deal of condos or townhouses available to North Shore residents, prices can be a little steeper than some of the surrounding Port Moody neighbourhoods. However, many experts have projected that Port Moody will become one of the most popular locations in British Columbia within the next ten years. This, in combination with more and more families and investors becoming interested in the area, forecasts rising demand for real estate as well as rising property values.  This is one of the reasons many people have recently become interested in North Shore real estate.

Families love the easy access to downtown Vancouver and downtown Port Moody, along with the many amenities and services available. Primarily, though, they enjoy the family-friendly communities and lifestyle that goes along with living in a North Shore home.

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Listing information last updated on June 24th, 2024 at 4:32pm PDT.