Homes in Valleycliffe

Homes in Valleycliffe:

Squamish is known for its stunning views – from glistening water to gorgeous green forests to majestic mountains. Homes in Valleycliffe are attractive as they are in the southernmost residential neighbourhood in the city of Squamish, and it is located just across the Stawamus River. This makes homes in Valleycliffe ideally located for accessing Vancouver and the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal for trips to Vancouver Island.

Valleycliffe is one of the most beautiful of the Squamish neighbourhoods. It’s proximity to the downtown area makes it desirable, as does the secluded feeling of the homes in Valleycliffe. It’s a wonderful getaway, and located halfway between Vancouver and Whistler, it’s in a great location for young professionals who want to benefit from lower home prices and amazing amenities while working in a more urban location. Homes here are situated on tree-lined streets, so although the neighbourhood is adjacent to the downtown area, there is plenty of nature around still a rural feel to the community.

As Squamish continues to grow, neighbourhoods like Valleycliffe will also grow, with the home values increasing. This makes it a fantastic return on investment for investors, and the perfect location for those who want all of what nature has to offer with the best of the amenities.


Valleycliffe residents enjoy a vast array of food types and shopping destinations, although very few are within walking distance. However most homes in Valleycliffe are not far from The Coffee Tree Cafe which is located in the neighbourhood, so it’s easy to grab morning coffee on the way to work or during the evening as a night cap. Shopping along Cleveland Avenue in Downtown Squamish is very popular among Squamish residents, and the area offers antiques, novelty items, gifts, decor items, professional services, cafes and diners, and fine-dining. A couple of favorites include Agnes Jean, where residents purchase home decor and accessories, as well as Fetish for Shoes, where visitors can find the latest shoe styles and brands. Squamish Station is a popular spot as well, with stores like Health Food Heaven, Nester’s Market, Starbucks, Corsa Cycles, TD Canada Trust and more.


Squamish, as the Outdoor Recreational Center of Canada, offers just about any kind of recreational activity a person could want. From riding trails (including the Valleycliffe mountain biking area) to rock climbing areas to kayaking and canoeing, those who love adventure will love living in Valleycliffe. Nearby parks and forests offer absolutely magnificent views for those who love to get out and explore nature. Those who love the water can also take advantage of a variety of water sports, from water skiing to rafting to kite boarding. Residents always remember to visit Eagle Run Park sometime between November and February, so they can enjoy the gorgeous bald eagles flying overhead. Overall, there are few communities as jam-packed with natural recreational activities as Squamish, making it a very popular destination among active folks.

University Highlands / Quest University:

Quest University Canada lies in the coastal mountain surrounding of Squamish, British Columbia, 70 km south of Vancouver and 60 km north of
Whistler. These two cities hosted the 2010 Winter Olympic as well as Paralympic Games. The university opened its doors in September 2007
with just 74 students enrolled, but its current enrollment stood at 700 as of February of 2015.

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