Highest- and Lowest-Priced Listed Homes in… Victoria East, Vancouver

We shine a spotlight on the most and least expensive listings in Vancouver’s family-friendly, increasingly popular Victoria East neighbourhood

November 14, 2016

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Family-friendly Victoria East, located in East Vancouver, is continuing to grow in popularity. Taking its place between Trout Lake and Commercial Drive, and bordering the edgy, burgeoning Knight Street neighbourhood, Victoria East has a lot to offer its residents. The small pocket is edged by Kingsway, Nanaimo Street, 41st Avenue and Argyle Street.

Current condos prices range from $253,000 for a studio to under $500,000 for a one-bedroom loft, while houses run from under a million to over $2.2 million. Right now, only one townhome is listed.

Click through the links below to see the full listings and photo galleries of each of these homes.

As these properties are sold, the online listings may no longer be available.


Highest: Commercial Street


One-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium

891 square feet

Cost per square foot: $549

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This cool, one-bedroom loft unit is located on the small, but ultra-hip, Commercial Street. The home boasts two bathrooms, a spacious 891-square-foot floorplan and a private rooftop deck. The building is 16 years old and near to transit, Trout Lake and the community centre.

Lowest: Kingsway


Studio, one-bathroom condominium

415 square feet

Cost per square foot: $610

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This cozy studio apartment is centrally located on Kingsway. The condo features a practical floorplan, stainless-steel appliances, granite counters, laminate floors and in-suite laundry and storage. The quiet end-unit faces north with a partial mountain view and the building is a mere five years old.


Stainsbury Avenue


Three-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse

1,241 square feet

Cost per square foot: $724

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The only townhome currently listed in Victoria East is this family-sized three-bedroom home, which offers hardwood floors, granite counters and stainless-steel appliances. The top floor features a sunny west-facing deck, as well as a patio off the kitchen for barbecuing. An efficient open-concept layout on main makes the most of the light-filled space. Two parking spots and one storage locker are included.  


Highest: E 22nd Avenue


Three-bedroom, two-bathroom house

2,433 square feet

Cost per square foot: $940

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This characterful, three-bedroom-andcden house sits on a wide 44-by-128-foot corner lot. Features of the 1928 home include a wood burning fireplace, oversized den and bright solarium – although decorated in an eccentric style that would not suit all tastes! On the upper level is a private in-law suite, complete with large living and dining areas, full kitchen, spacious bedroom and full bathroom. Outside is a fenced, north-facing yard with lavish gardens and water features, as well as a private patio.

Lowest: E 37th Avenue


Two-bedroom, one-bathroom house

820 square feet

Cost per square foot: $1,217

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This two-bedroom house is located on a quiet, family-oriented street. The 1956 home has hardwood floors and a sunny backyard with southern exposure. The house has solid bones and great potential with some sweat equity added, or the property could just be the perfect lot on which to build your dream home. It is centrally located near to schools, parks, retail and dining.

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