South Cambie is a small parcel located in the south-east of Vancouver. The petite neighbourhood is bordered by Oak Street to the west, 49th Avenue to the north, Ontario Street to the east and 59th Avenue to the south. The community offers its residents a couple of parks, the golf course, Langara College, and easy access to Oakridge Mall and the Canada Line (for more cause to love South Cambie, check out our round-up of top reasons to call the area home).
Real estate price tags in this neighbourhood definitely reflect their West Side status. Below, we’ve pulled together the highest- and lowest-priced homes currently on listed in this 10-block pocket. We found spacious condos ranging from $548,000 to $945,000. The highest and lowest townhomes on the market are both on West 59th Avenue, though the difference in their list prices is north of $750K. Prices per square foot in this small community are similarly wide-ranging, from $499/square foot up to five times that amount.
Click through the links below to see the full listings and photo galleries of each of these South Cambie homes.
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Highest: W 54th Avenue
Two-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium
1,396 square feet
Cost per square foot: $677
This large 1,396 square foot condo has a practical floorplan fitting two bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a den. The bedrooms are spacious and the master suite features a big walk-in closet and ensuite with double sinks. Other highlights include a gas fireplace, newer stainless steel appliances and a deck. The quiet corner unit also comes with two side-by-side parking stalls and a locker.
Lowest: Wethersfield Drive
Two-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium
1,220 square feet
Cost per square foot: $449
The least expensive property listed in South Cambie is this two-bedroom, townhome-style condo priced at $548,000. Featuring two entrances and two terraces, the condo is laid out over two levels, with a bedroom and bathroom on each floor. The well-run building has a courtyard and indoor pool. One secured underground parking spot and one storage locker are included.
Highest: W 59th Avenue
Four-bedroom, four-bathroom townhouse
2,214 square feet
Cost per square foot: $988
This move-in-ready, corner townhome is a spacious 2,214 square feet spread across three levels. Three bedrooms are upstairs of the south-facing unit, with the master bedroom housing an ensuite and a crawl space. An additional bedroom and ensuite are in the basement and there are plenty of storage options are throughout. A wrap-around front yard and attached two-car garage complete the home.
Lowest: W 59th Avenue
Three-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse
1,390 square feet
Cost per square foot: $1,007
This three-bedroom-and-den townhome has a list price of $1.39 million. Meticulously maintained, this quiet, 11-year-old home has a practical open layout, nine-feet ceilings, fireplace and red oak floors. The sunny, private backyard is located off the gourmet kitchen, and the top floor has a sizable master bedroom with a balcony, vaulted ceilings, walk-in closet and ensuite bathroom. The home is near the shops and retail of Marine Gateway, and comes with two underground parking stalls and a roomy storage locker.
Highest: Cambie Street
Six-bedroom, three-bathroom house
2,552 square feet
Cost per square foot: $2,666
Thesix-bedroom detached house in the upper image is right on Cambie Street, a stone's throw to the Canada Line, and walking distance to Langara College, Oakridge Mall and the YMCA. The 1961 home is in excellent condition and has 2,552 square feet of living space, sitting on an oversized 65-by-130 square-foot lot. This house is one of two listed in South Cambie at $6.8 million, the other being the neighbouring house in the lower picture, also on the same size lot and built in the same year.
Lowest: Fremlin Street
Five-bedroom, three-bathroom house
3,300 square feet
Cost per square foot: $1,118
Buyers currently looking to this neighbourhood for a detached-house bargain will be disappointed. This sprawling 3,300-square-foot home is currently the lowest-priced listed single-family home in South Cambie, at $3.68 million. Like the most expensive home in the area, the house was built in 1961 and sits atop a large lot, this one measuring 57 by 145 feet. The home was renovated six years ago, and features a spacious floorplan, 22-by-14-foot sundeck and double garage. The house is walking distance to Churchill Secondary School and transit.