North Delta originally founded as Annieville, is a largely middle-class bedroom community of Delta B.C. Home Owners, most often, buyer real estate here for the combination of price and accessibility to metro areas. Read more
This central and multicultural community boasts an incredibly vast array of housing. Areas like Boundary Park have private cul-de-sacs lined with large, executive, single family homes and the perimeter of the park hosts small complexes of two story townhomes.
Property buyers can choose from travelling by the Patullo Bridge, the nearly finished South Fraser Perimeter Road, Nordel Way to the Alex Fraser Bridge, or Highway 99 to the Deas Tunnel and south for White Rock or the USA. Home sellers love it here because though prices fluctuate in nearby communities they often remain steady and high in this location.
North Delta is the most populous of the three Delta communities (North Delta, Ladner, and Tsawwassen) that make up the Corporation of Delta. It is home to numerous parks and recreational opportunities and borders the world famous Burns Bog, the largest raised peat urban bog in North America. Real estate has been under going changes here for decades basically this has been a single family theme, but the Municipal government is currently asking its home owners to allow Developers to build 30 story high rise towers along the Scott Road corridor. This would be perfect for investors.
As of the 2006 census, North Delta has a population of 51,623.
North Delta borders Surrey on the east and south sides and, to the west, across the river is Annacis Island, New Westminster and Richmond. Many home owners purchase here to take advantage of the location and all the shopping and amenities provided by their surrounding cities and communities.