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Welcome to Ladner! As a resident of this quiet, safe and charming community, my family and I know our good fortune! Ladner’s neighbourly spirit and commitment relating to heritage preservation and history is clearly evident, especially in Ladner Village. And, there are top notch sports facilities and fields, the world-famous Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary, farm fresh produce year round and harbour and mountain views. Whether you are new to the area or have been calling Ladner home for years, this website has been designed for you. Scroll around, there's something for everyone. From float homes to country estates and everything in between, Ladner provide an abundant of home ownership options. I'm here to help, so reach out with any questions you may have.
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Conveniently located with easy access to highways, transit, shopping and restaurants, Delta Manor is home to Ladner Leisure Centre’s public swimming pool, fitness room and ice rink, the Delta Hospital, central stations for Police and Fire, and the Ladner Exchange Bus loop, complete with a park and ride lot. The ice rink at the Leisure Centre is the official practice arena for the WHL Vancouver Giants and practices are often open to the public. Green space is abundant in Delta Manor, including Rotary and Maple Crescent Parks. Across from Delta Hospital, Dugald Morrision Park includes an artificial turf field with lighting and field house.
Family-friendly Delta Manor Real Estate is a mix of single family homes, townhouses and condos.View Listings Learn More
Vast acres of farms, parkland, golf courses and a small craft airport are found in the area known as East Delta, set between the South arm of the Fraser River and Boundary Bay.
East Delta is home to a diverse collection of amenities including the 300 acre Deas Island Regional Park. Quiet and serene, the park offers fishing and paddling opportunities as well as hiking, cycling, birding, picnic areas and heritage buildings.
Originally built for the RCAF prior to WWII, Boundary Bay Airport is presently a major training centre for local and international pilots. With over 200,000 takeoffs and landings per year of smaller aircraft, the airport is one of Canada’s most utilized. East Delta is also home to the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabiliation Society (OWL), and the Boundary Bay Wildlife Management area, 11,470 hectares which are protected by the BC Government for the conservation of migratory bird, fish and marine mammal habitats.
Still only minutes to major access in all directions, East Delta Real Estate offers riverfront condo living, hobby farms, operational berry farmsteads, as well as a selection of restored heritage homes on acreage.View Listings Learn More
The well-established neighbourhood of Hawthorne is one of Ladner’s most convenient and popular, with a mix of residential and commercial properties. Hawthorne Real Estate provides an opportunity of home ownership in many price ranges. Strata condos, roomy townhouses and single detached homes on generous lots are all offered in this family-oriented community.
Trenant Park Square Shopping Mall, just steps from the historic downtown Ladner Village, includes business services, groceries and retail. Parks in the community of Hawthorne include Ladner Lions Park, Bell Park and Hawthorne Park, adjacent to Hawthorne Elementary School.View Listings Learn More
Holly is close to all Ladner’s amenities just across the freeway, and there’s a distinct rural feel to the community. Bordered on two sides by undeveloped land, and by Highways 17A and 99, there is plenty of space, large houses on expansive lots and unobstructed views. Holly Real Estate is chiefly single family homes in subdivsions but there are some townhomes also available. Properties are spacious inside and out and there is a good selection of one level ranchers. The recent past has seen an influx in the development of executive-type homes due to the affordability of the larger lots. Accessibility to all major routes is also a definite fringe benefit in home ownership.
Holly has a few commercial businesses but the area is primarily residential, with some backing on to open fields. Parks in the neighbourhood include Association, Holly and Mountain View. Grass and turf sports fields, playgrounds, walking trails and basketball courts are available.View Listings Learn More
The vast Ladner Rural area incorporates thousands of acres between residential Ladner and Tsawwassen. Much of it is farmland, including some of the best blueberry crops in North America. Traveling along Arthur Drive amidst the fields offers unobstructed scenic views of the land and mountains including impressive vistas of Mount Baker in Washington State. The multi-car freight train traveling to and from Deltaport Way presents a nostalgic sight now vanishing from MetroVancouver’s landscape.
Ladner Rural Real Estate is an appealing district offering rural or waterfront living just minutes to all amenities and major traffic routes. Working farms, houses on acreage, homes on leased Tsawwassen First Nations land (Tsawwassen Shores), equestrian estates, and unique float home marinas are a sampling of the lifestyle choices.
Tsawwassen Mills Mall, architecturally designed and enhanced by indigenous-themed artwork, opened in October 2016. This fully-enclosed, 1.2 milion square foot mall, along with adjacent Tsawwassen Commons, offers a one-stop destination experience that includes traditional shopping, outlet stores and big box retailers, but with the added attraction of entertainment and restaurant options. A free ferry shopping shuttle offers trips to and from Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal coinciding with Nanaimo and Swartz Bay travel schedules.View Listings Learn More
Like most of the Ladner, this neighbourhood is primarily residential, although you will also find the historic Ladner Village shopping district within its borders of Arthur Drive, the Fraser River, 46A Street and farmland. Ladner Elementary Real Estate offers a myriad of home selections; there’s something for everyone. Many of the condos and townhouses in the neighbourhood were built in the 1980s and 1990s with larger rooms and often lovely views. Built along the Fraser, Seafarer Marina Estates is a unique adult-oriented development that offers owners a private boat moorage at the marina. Single family homes make up the majority of properties available in the community, ranging from original homes built in the 1970s and updated over the years, to new, modern dwellings. The lots are spacious with front and back yards.
Ladner Village offers a friendly neighbourhood shopping experience. The ambiance is similar to Steveston Village in Richmond, where local shops and merchants maintain strong community participation and are favourite locations for film television and movie crews.
Ladner Elementary School, in the heart of the district, is the sole Early French Immersion (K-12) school in Ladner. Parks in the community include Memorial Park, home to the Ladner May Days Fair, Bandfests, Remembrance Day ceremonies at the cenotaph, sports fields, playgrounds and a water park. Cromie Park is another park providing sports fields and courts in the area. Ladner Pioneer Library is adjacent to Memorial Park.View Listings Learn More
Ladner has distinct character and Neilson Grove delivers. Rich in history, Neilson Grove was named for Thomas Edward Neilson and his wife Ebba Sofia Bowing Neilson, who grew up on Westham Island.
Considered by many to be one of the best neighbourhoods in Ladner, Neilson Grove Real Estate offers well appointed homes, townhouses and condos, built adjacent to Cove Links Golf Course and the Captain’s Cove Marina.
The easy access to major routes and the convenience to Ladner Village shops and amenities accounts for Neilson Grove’s popularity. The neighbourhood also includes wetlands, trails, and parks, including Windjammer and Ernie Burnett. Forested Ladner Harbour Park is home to the Tsawwassen Shriner Club’s Annual Summer Barbeque.View Listings Learn More
The name Guichon is as rich in history as the name Ladner when it comes to the development of the area. Laurent Guichon, an immigrant from France, met Bill and Thomas Ladner during the 1860's gold rush in the Cariboo and forged a lifelong bond that would bring both families to the Fraser River Delta. Port Guichon emerged adjacent to Ladner’s Landing, complete with a hotel and steamship ferry landing, along with the Guichon’s dairy cattle and grain farming. It is fitting that the neighbourhood bordered by lush farmland and the banks of the Fraser be named in honour of this pioneer family, who still have ties to the area.
Historic Port Guichon is a wonderful area to raise a family as it is within walking distance to schools, Ladner Village, parks and the riverbank. Located adjacent to open fields of blueberries, potatoes and other crops, Port Guichon is a close-knit residential community. Port Guichon Real Estate offers charming lifestyle opportunities, including a selection of float homes on the river.View Listings Learn More
Perhaps the most idyllic setting in Metro Vancouver, Westham Island is a true island and part of Ladner, accessible over a century old single lane truss bridge.
A favourite destination year round, Westham Island offers many varieties of berries and other fruits, potatoes, pumpkins, vegetables, honey, farm fresh eggs and wine.
The George C Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary, a protected area and one of the most popular birdwatching sites in Canada, is at the end of the main road that meanders through lush farmland.
Westham Island Real Estate consists of rambling farmhouses on land that stretches for miles. This special location also offers a number of float homes. It’s a wonderful style of living; to enjoy acres of farmland, birdwatch, pick berries, cycle or walk, yet just minutes to all amenities in Ladner and beyond.View Listings Learn More