So many opportunities exist within Victoria, British Columbia for home buyers. This is a beautiful area, located in the heart of one of the most beautiful areas of the country. It is a thriving and growing city with a strong community feel. Even though Victoria is large and has a wide range of cultures present, people who live here often feel as though they live in a smaller community. If you are planning to buy a home in Victoria, you'll need to take into consideration the range of opportunities available to you here including in communities such as James Bay.

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James Bay is only a few minutes from Downtown Victoria. In fact, you can walk there. It is a beautiful neighbourhood, dominated by older and even historical Victorian homes. Some of these are actually the homes of those who founded the city and many are well preserved. James Bay is stunning in that it provides individuals with great access to all of the entertainment, festivals, and cultural events that take place in the city. If you haven't visited lately, take a tour of Beach Hill Park or the impressive Fairmont Empress Hotel.

But, what about living in James Bay? It is a pricy area to live, but single family homes are available here. You will also find modern lofts and condo developments here, which really can put you in the heart of the big city. Walking to and from work, restaurants, and shops is very easy to do in many of these areas. Still, James Bay also offers a number of larger homes and estates, some of which remain available for sale.

Because of the limited residential options in James Bay and its high value, it is always a good idea to work closely with local real estate agents to get a better idea of what this community can offer to you. Take a closer look at what you can expect here.

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