If you enjoy perusing real estate listings for fun, this is for you. It’s no secret that BC is one of the most expensive real estate markets in the country, but it might surprise you just how expensive some of these properties can get. And on the opposite side of the spectrum – we’ll look at some of the least expensive houses, apartments, condos, and mobile homes on the market, according to Point2Homes.

So let’s dive right in!

Most expensive homes for sale in BC

4838 Belmont Avenue, Vancouver – $55,800,000

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It’s no shocker that the most expensive house on the market right now is in Vancouver. With a hefty price tag of $55,800,000, this six-bedroom Point Grey home has 12,000 square feet of luxurious living space. This includes a huge master bedroom with a large Italian walk-in closet, marble bathtub, wine cellar, gym, large patio, and indoor pool. Oh, and a large rooftop deck with a fireplace and stunning ocean and mountain views.

12391 Pixton Road, Lake Country – $45,880,000

Situated on Lake Okanagan is the second most expensive property on the market in BC at $45,880,000. “The Waterside Farm” is a stunning lakeside retreat complete with expansive outdoor living areas and a newly installed wharf system. The former includes an outdoor pool covered patios, and multiple entertainment areas.

Arrival at the property is through a secure gated entry that leads residents past five acres of peach orchard.

730 Fairmile Road, West Vancouver – $35,888,000 

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This eight-bedroom property in West Vancouver rounds up the list of most expensive homes for sale in BC, with a $35,888,000 price tag. With four levels of living space and amazing city, mountain, and harbour views to offer, future residents will surely have no shortage of space to enjoy. The property features four bedrooms with ensuites, two private terraces, a media room/theatre, sauna room, an indoor basketball court, a wet bar, an indoor pool – and an elevator to get to it all.

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Now, let’s dive into the least expensive listings in the province, in ascending order.

Least expensive homes for sale in BC

21 5125 North Nechako Road, Prince George – $36,000

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For less than $40k, this mobile home in Prince George could be yours. It’s admittedly a fixer-upper, with the base work complete and all appliances included in the asking price. Now, it awaits the vision of its new owner, who will have access to two bedrooms, one bathroom, two mud/storage rooms, and a living room.

23 25 Century Trailer Court 23, Mackenzie – $40,000

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With two bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, and one bathroom, this 1985 mobile condo could be yours for $40,000. The bathroom has a large soaker tub and standing shower, a covered porch, and a china cabinet in the kitchen. There’s also a heated and wired ‘mudroom’ added.

80 9207 82 Street 80, Fort St. John – $49,000

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This 891-square-foot home in Fort St. John is on the market for just under $50k, and it’s got a cozy setup and a fenced backyard. The home features an open living concept with two bedrooms and a den, as well as a new furnace, newer hot water tank, and storage shed. It also has close access to both high school and elementary schools and public transit.

340 Northgate, Unit #107, Tumbler Ridge – $61,000 

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Now, we move to apartment listings. This cozy 639-square-foot corner unit comes fully furnished, complete with recently updated windows and a patio door. The building also features balconies and deck coverings that were updated a few years ago.

72 5550 Simpson Trail 72, Fort Nelson – $64,200 

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For $64,200, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse in Fort Nelson could be yours – though it requires a bit of TLC, according to the listing. It’s located near the edge of town and within walking distance of nearby schools and recreation. The main floor living room gives residents an open view through two patio doors, which lead to a small, fenced backyard.

185 Chamberlain Crescent, Unit #308, Tumbler Ridge – $64,900

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Last but not least, we come to this 597-square-foot Tumbler Ridge condo, which is priced at 64,900. The one-bedroom space is situated on the third floor of the building and comes fully furnished. Residents can enjoy mountain views from their balcony, and access to the small-town amenities of the Tumbler Ridge community.

So there you have it, BC! These are the most and least expensive homes currently on the market in BC.