Buying a home in Victoria, British Columbia gives you every type of community option you want. The area is one of the largest in terms of variety in home styles. You will find beautiful countryside homes with expansive properties. On the other hand, buying townhouses in one of the more urban areas can be an ideal choice for many others. When you want to be close it all, consider buying a home in Sidney. You’ll love this seaside community as well as its connection to just about anything you need.


Sidney Pier

What You’ll Love About Sidney

Sidney is a ferry hub for the area. It sits on the northern peninsula and offers easy access to those who are traveling to Sidney Island or the San Juan Islands. It is also an excellent location for those traveling to Washington in the US. It is close to the Victoria International Airport and has a large marina with plenty of larger boats as well as yachts.

Housing in Sidney varies. You will find the area is mostly single family homes, but some townhouses and larger estates are present here. Some low rise condo developments are growing up as well. This is, in part, a way the city has worked to build up its tourism demand. However, many year round residents purchase homes here as well.

Overall, this is a vibrant city. It is close to the water and beaches that so many people seek out when buying a home in Victoria. It is also close to various local amenities such as Sidney Spit Provincial Park, Sandown raceway and the Saanich Peninsula. There are several golf courses here including Ardmore.

When it comes to buying a home in Victoria, consider Sidney for its diversity and its overall access to the waterfront. In addition, it remains one of the most affordable communities in the area, with home prices maintaining their values well over the long term.

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