Metrotown, located in Burnaby South, is a popular place to live for many reasons. Beyond its huge namesake mall, the area is home to Central Park with its many walking and biking trails, the large Bonsor Community Centre and pool, lots of retail and restaurant options, and many parks and playgrounds.
Metrotown has the largest number of properties currently listed in Burnaby by a long shot, with 86 homes listed on the market today. From a one-bedroom condo asking under $300,000 to a gorgeous newly built house asking more than 10-times that amount, we’ve covered off all the highest- and lowest-priced homes listed in Metrotown right now.
Click through the links below to see the full listings and photo galleries of each of these Metrotown homes.
As these properties are sold, the online listings may no longer be available.
Highest: Nelson Avenue
Three-bedroom, three-bathroom condominium
1,369 square feet
Cost per square foot: $1,072
The costliest condo in Metrotown is this family-sized three-bedroom unit in a luxury building. There are no photos of the unit available yet, but this south-east facing sub-penthouse has sweeping vistas of the mountains, Deer Lake, ocean and Fraser River. The home is just one year old and features two ensuites, a practical floorplan, engineered hardwood and top-of-the-line appliances. The amenity-rich building hosts a concierge, karaoke room and golf simulation room. Parking for two cars as well as a sizable storage room are included.
Lowest: Telford Avenue
One-bedroom, one-bathroom condominium
702 square feet
Cost per square foot: $397
The least-expensive condo currently listed in Metrotown is a one-bedroom unit. In need of renovations, the suite is a ground-level home with a private patio and garden area. The convenient location is just a block from the shopping, restaurants and theatres of Metrotown Mall. Note, this is a court-ordered sale.
Highest: Gilley Avenue
Three-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse
1,117 square feet
Cost per square foot: $715
This three-level, three-bedroom townhome is just three years old. With high-quality finishings like quartz counters and stainless-steel appliances, a bright living area and spacious open kitchen, this home is move-in ready. The property also comes with an attached two-car garage.
Lowest: Watling Street
Two-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse
922 square feet
Cost per square foot: $616
Metrotown’s least-expensive townhome is this two-storey, two-bedroom home in a 10-year-old complex. The quiet unit is in a corner location, far from the street. Highlights include generously sized living and dining areas, nine-foot ceilings, two large parking spots and a storage locker. The townhouse is also conveniently located a 10-minute walk to the SkyTrain.
Highest: Gray Avenue
Six-bedroom, six-bathroom house
4,018 square feet
Cost per square foot: $818
The priciest detached house in Metrotown is this stunning, 4,000-plus-square-foot home on an oversized 11,090-square-foot lot. Custom-built two years ago with interiors done by a popular local designer, the layout features a wok kitchen, giant master walk-in closet and ensuites for each upper-level bedroom. The home is just a few minutes from the mall, schools and transit.
Lowest: Willingdon Avenue
Four-bedroom, three-bathroom house
1,730 square feet
Cost per square foot: $1,022
This four-bedroom, 1950 home is located in a quiet neighbourhood. There are no internal images available yet, but the listings says that the house boasts hardwood throughout, and has the potential for a two-bedroom in-law suite. The property is on a huge 77-by-111-foot lot. Centrally located, the house is walking distance to Central Park, Metrotown Mall, the SkyTrain and an elementary school.