Lower Lantzville Real Estate
The homes for sale in Lower Lantzville can be found along the northern edges of the Lantzville city limits, where the land meets the Georgia Strait oceanfront. The winding roads are home to large, vacant lots, cozy bed and breakfasts, and oceanfront properties. Whether you're looking to live in Lower Lantzville or vacation along the waters, a home in this town is the ideal launching pad for enjoying the coast and all it has to offer. Contact Carly Carey today for more information, or learn more about Lower Lantzville below.
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Lower Lantzville Real Estate Highlights
01Peaceful Vancouver Island living
02Year-round access to parks, trails, and beaches
03Warm and welcoming community
04Conveniently located just minutes north of Nanaimo
Lower Lantzville Real Estate
The real estate market in Lower Lantzville is made up of almost entirely gorgeous, single-family homes. The town has a substantial roster of waterfront properties that back directly onto the ocean, just steps from the beaches and lapping waves. It’s not uncommon to see homes from a range of construction dates, although many older lots are being transformed into luxury waterfront estates. Before you start your Lantzville waterfront home search, read our blog post on helpful things you'll want to know!
There are also a number of exclusive properties tucked away from view of the street, which are ideal for those who long for a tranquil, forest lifestyle. These tend to be older homes with a lot of character. For those interested in renovating their own home, this might be the perfect option for you! For even more properties, including vacant lots, Upper Lantzville also has a lot to offer.
Living In Lower Lantzville
With parks and beaches nearby, there's no shortage of outdoor recreation for Lower Lantzville residents. Seabold Rotary, Huddelstone Park, and the Copley Ridge Recreation Area are where you'll find playgrounds, outdoor trails, swimming spots, and more. Lower Lantzville residents enjoy taking strolls along the beach, hiking in the forested areas surrounding the town, and spending time with family outside in the warmer months.
Nanaimo's extensive assortment of amenities, services, and entertainment opportunities are a just short drive away. The Woodgrove shopping center in particular has a Costco, Wal-Mart, various other retail stores, and a movie theatre. A local Lower Lantzville favorite, the Farmers Market, is open during the warmer months in the St. Phillips By The Sea parking lot.
Top Lower Lantzville Highlights & Attractions
The area of Lower Lantzville, located north of the Island Highway and along the waterfront, is where you’ll find the “downtown” section of the community. Here you’ll find many of Lantzville’s local businesses, including a medical clinic, a banquet hall, and some of the area’s best restaurants. Lantzville, like Nanaimo and other cities, began as a mining town. The mine was later purchased by an American, Fraser Lantz, and so the area became his namesake.
There are a small number of community parks and playgrounds in Lower Lantzville that the kids can enjoy. Of course, one of the biggest draws of Lantzville is the waterfront. Huddlestone Park and the beach adjacent to it is a popular place for families to hang out, but it’s also great for taking the dog for a walk. Both Lower Lantzville and the surrounding areas have a number of beach access points.
A little past the edge of Lantzville is May Richards Bennett Pioneer Park—which has a small forested area with hiking and cycling trails. There is also a skatepark in this area. Even more amenities are found south in Nanaimo.
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Lower Lantzville Real Estate Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Are there any beaches in Lower Lantzville?
A: Yes, there are beaches in Lower Lantzville—roughly 4.5 kilometers in total! And while Lantzville beaches are quite rocky and narrow, they offer some spectacular views.
Q: What is “Minetown Day”?
A: Lantzville celebrates its coal mine history annually with their Minetown Day Festival, which features food and fun events. It usually takes place at Huddlestone Park.
Q: How far is Nanoose Bay from Lantzville?
A: Nanoose Bay is about 12 kilometers north of Lantzville.