Lake Hill BC Listings


894 Currandale

894 Currandale Crt, Saanich East
5 bd 3,585 sq ft Royal LePage Coast Capital - Chatterton

4214 Panorama

4214 Panorama Dr, Saanich East
4 bd 3,044 sq ft Sutton Group - Westcan Rlty

4079 Quadra

4079 Quadra St, Saanich East
Pemberton Holmes - Cloverdale

985 McBriar

985 McBriar Ave, Saanich East
3 bd 1,100 sq ft

Lake Hill Real Estate Housing Market Trends

# Listings Average DOM Average Price Average $/SqFt Median Price Median $/SqFt
Active Listings 4 0.0 $989250.0 $0 $965000.0 $0

*Lake Hill Market Stats are based on Vreb data as of 2017-06-22 01:00:51 UTC.

Lake Hill Real Estate

Where is Lake Hill and who lives there?

Lake Hill is in the municipality of Saanich. It is bordered by: Quadra Street on the west, on the north by the neighbourhood of Broadmead, on the east by Blenkinsop Lake, and on the south by McKenzie Avenue.

Slightly less than 30% of the area’s residents are university educated. The median age is slightly greater than 40 years. Average annual household income exceeds $60,000 and English is by far the first language. Some 75% of all homes here are occupant-owned. Almost 55% of all households have children living at home, and of these, more than 70% are less than 20 years of age.

How do residents spend their leisure time?

Lake Hill has several local parks offering various outdoor recreation options. Beckwith Park is a large 9+ hectare recreational spot with facilities for soccer and baseball. Lakehill and Prospect Lake soccer associations play their homes games here. There’s also: a children’s playground, basketball mini court, tennis courts, picnic tables and the “Frog Pond”, a water park that is very popular in the summer months. Leading to and from the park is a variety of walking trails, one of which connects directly to the Lochside Regional Trail.

The other neighbourhood park is Ambassador Park. At just 1.5 hectares, it may be smaller than Beckwith but is still more than adequate for its 5 baseball diamonds and a children’s playground.

The numerous cul-de-sac’s in Lake Hill are frequently connected by quiet nature paths, making much of the neighbourhood very attractive for walkers.

Residents who enjoy gardening find that the nearby Saanich Municipal Yards with its recycling facilities is a real plus.

While there is no indoor recreational facility, the Commonwealth Rec Centre is a short distance away by car or bus.

What about shopping?

At the south end of Lake Hill is the Saanich Centre with some 25 shops and services. There are also some stand-alone retailers (e.g. a bicycle shop, beauty salons, garden supply store) which are all well patronized by the residents and other customers in the vicinity.

And what about churches?

Within the neighbourhood itself is the Victoria First Church of the Nazarene. Another church close by is St. Peter’s Anglican.

Are there other areas to consider?

Home buyers considering a purchase of a home with acreage in Lake Hill will often also look at properties in the High Quadra, Swan Lake and Maplewood areas.

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Disclaimer: MLS® property information is provided under copyright© by the Victoria Real Estate Board. Listing information last updated on 2017-06-22. The information is from sources deemed reliable, but should not be relied upon without independent verification. Verb f9a3f24cd66c561ecac6ebc320b95c5f94836798b76fb19c2e9b091df4cf28bc