Vancouver East – Champlain Heights

Vancouver East – Champlain Heights


Champlain Heights is located in the most south-eastern corner of Vancouver East and is bounded by the East 54th Ave line to the north and by the Fraser River to the south. Kerr St and Boundary road make up its western and eastern borders respectively. Champlain Heights is also commonly referred to as Killarney and is home to Vancouver’s 5th largest park. This was one of the last neighbourhoods to be redeveloped in Vancouver. While it may not be home to as many heritage homes as other neighbourhoods, it’s tree lined streets offer unique 1920’s farm houses and great recreational green spaces. The cul-de-sac filled streets and winding rows are one of the most unique features of the neighbourhood, but often leave visitors temporarily turned around.

Neighbourhood Amenities

Champlain Heights is home to Vancouver’s 5th largest Park, Everett Crowley Park. This is a beautiful 40 acre off-leash dog park situated on the sloping hill of South Vancouver with stunning views of the North Arm of the Fraser River and the farmlands of Richmond. It is also home to the longest Earth Day celebration in Vancouver and is a protected urban wildlife habitat. Right across from the Fraserview Golf Course, the park has become a community gathering place. The golf course features an 18 hole course with views of the Fraser River. Its clubhouse is open to the public and offers a place to relax after a long day of golf. Other amenities include, two-tiered driving ranges and practice putting greens. Champlain Heights Park and Captain Cook Park can also be found in the neighbourhood.

Champlain Heights Community Centre services many of its residents with a fitness centre, an indoor cycling room, a dance studio, squash and racquetball courts, a youth centre, and preschool childcare. In addition, there is an school annex (Champlain Heights Annex) solely dedicated on teaching children K-3. 





SE Marine Dr, 49th Ave, 41st Ave and Kingsway serve as great east-west corridors for commuters driving in and out of Vancouver. For transit users, buses run throughout the Champlain Heights neighbourhood that easily transfer to the Canada Line.


Champlain Heights Real Estate

Buyers can expect to find a mix of detached homes, condos and townhomes for sale in Champlain Heights. In 2016, the average condo was $558,000; the average townhome $680,000; and the average detached home (though, in limited supply) was 

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