Sidney BC Listings

$3,500,000

9861 Third

9861 Third St, Sidney
Re/Max Camosun
$2,900,000

2549 Beaufort

2549 Beaufort Rd, Sidney
4 bd 3,339 sq ft
$2,400,000

609-9809 Seaport

9809 Seaport Pl, Sidney
3 bd 2,001 sq ft Re/Max Camosun
$2,299,900

10238 Fifth

10238 Fifth St, Sidney
4 bd 2,604 sq ft Sutton Group - Westcan Rlty
$2,275,000

A-10467 Allbay

10467 Allbay Rd, Sidney
3 bd 2,796 sq ft
$1,859,000

10522 Lyme

10522 Lyme Grove, Sidney
3 bd 2,671 sq ft Holmes Realty Ltd
$1,690,000

10455 Allbay

10455 Allbay Rd, Sidney
4 bd 2,150 sq ft RE/MAX Alliance
$1,190,000

2433 Whidby

2433 Whidby Lane, Sidney
2 bd 1,665 sq ft
$1,145,000

2477 Orchard

2477 Orchard Ave, Sidney
4 bd 2,741 sq ft Sutton Group - Westcan Rlty
$1,029,000

9601 Seventh

9601 Seventh St, Sidney
14 bd 3,515 sq ft Sotheby
$998,000

10387 McDonald Park

10387 McDonald Park Rd, Sidney
8 bd 3,768 sq ft Re/Max Camosun
$998,000

10391 McDonald Park

10391 McDonald Park Rd, Sidney
4 bd 1,868 sq ft Re/Max Camosun
$997,800

2011 Linda

2011 Linda Pl, Sidney
4 bd 2,462 sq ft Re/Max Camosun
$980,000

9716 THIRD

9716 THIRD St, Sidney
3 bd 1 sq ft Re/Max Camosun
$968,000

2183 Malaview

2183 Malaview Ave, Sidney
3 bd 1,719 sq ft
$950,000

2376 Ocean

2376 Ocean Ave, Sidney
3 bd 1,673 sq ft
$945,000

25-10457 Resthaven

10457 Resthaven Dr, Sidney
3 bd 1,781 sq ft ROYAL LEPAGE By The Sea
$900,000

104-9820 Seaport

9820 Seaport Pl, Sidney
2 bd 1,789 sq ft DFH Real Estate Ltd.
$849,000

3-2525 Oakville

2525 Oakville Ave, Sidney
2 bd 1,464 sq ft
$788,000

101-2415 Amherst

2415 Amherst Ave, Sidney
3 bd 1,511 sq ft

Sidney Real Estate Housing Market Trends

# Listings Average DOM Average Price Average $/SqFt Median Price Median $/SqFt
Active Listings 43 0.0 $947979.07 $0 $1013500.0 $0

*Sidney Market Stats are based on Vreb data as of 2017-06-22 00:45:42 UTC.

Sidney Real Estate

Welcome to Sidney

Sidney BC is a beautiful waterfront town which is well known as a very “walking friendly” place to live.

About Sidney

Sidney is a small town of about 12,000 people located on the tip of the Saanich Peninsula. While Sidney is traditionally regarded as a slow-paced retirement community, the community has a rich maritime history that contributes to a truly unique local culture.

Surrounded by the Sea, With a Rich Maritime History

Sidney got its start as a service centre and transportation hub for the farms of the Saanich Peninsula. Sidney still is a transportation hub. The Anacortes Ferry offers convenient access to Washington State, BC Ferries’ Swartz Bay Terminal is also close by, and, across the highway international flights depart from Victoria International Airport (YYJ).

Sidney’s rich marine history means there is a strong local sailing and boating culture. Many residents own a sailboat or a small boat with an outboard motor. Gulf Islands National Park lies to the north of the Saanich Peninsula. The sea around Sidney is paradise for kayakers and anyone who loves exploring by boat.

World-Class Recreation

In fact, the Panorama Recreation Centre helped North Saanich snag the title of Kraft Hockeyville 2015.  In Fall 2015 North Saanich will receive the opportunity to host an NHL pre-season game between Vancouver Canucks and San Jose Sharks.

The Ardmore neighbourhood on the west side of the peninsula is close to the beach as well as two golf courses.

Just to the north, Deep Cove, with its school, fire hall, coffee shop and gas station acts as the “downtown” and heart of North Saanich.

Schools in Sidney

Sidney is part of Saanich School District. There is an elementary school located quite close to Beacon Avenue, as well as a middle school and high school, both north of the town centre.

The community of Deep Cove on the other side of Saanich Peninsula features a well-regarded French Immersion Program.

Close to Ferry Service and International Airports

Besides being quite close to the Victoria International Airport as well as BC Ferries  and service to Vancouver, Sidney is also home to the Anacortes ferry terminal, with daily service to Anacortes, Washington.

Sidney is also served by Hwy 17 (the Pat Bay Highway), which leads south to downtown Victoria. It’s a thirty-minute drive into the city, down the Saanich Peninsula, and many people commute into work from Sidney.

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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