Lower Lonsdale is a historic waterfront neighbourhood in the city of North Vancouver. Lower Lonsdale runs up Lonsdale Avenue from Lonsdale Quay to Keith Road. Its history is inseparably connected to the lumber and shipbuilding industries on the North Shore of Burrard Inlet, as well as ferry crossings connecting the area to Downtown Vancouver.
Upper Lonsdale is a suburban area in both the City and District of North Vancouver. Upper Lonsdale is the more residential part of Lonsdale Avenue, although it does have a couple blocks of shops and services.
If you find any Capilano Highlands homes that you’re interested in learning more about, contact Ralph Maglieri. The Capilano Highlands real estate market is made up of many beautiful and unique homes, both grand and quaint.
The Capilano area of North Vancouver is located just west of Lonsdale Avenue and extends up to Capilano Road, which is adjacent to the Lions Gate Bridge. Capilano Road extends as far north as Grouse Mountain and is a busy street for tour buses, skiers, hikers and mountain bikers.
The growth and the stability of the Blueridge real estate market has proven to be strong year after year. While Blueridge primarily consist of single family houses, if you’re lucky you can find a condo or two for sale. In a busier real estate market, there are usually only a dozen or so homes for sale at any given time. Blueridge is a family oriented neighbourhood with two elementary schools located within the community itself. From the serene and natural surroundings to its curb appeal and charm, you are sure to be left with a lasting impression. Located at the base of Mount Seymour, the residents of Blueridge just love it here. Perhaps it’s all that fresh mountain air!