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Also known as Knight Street, provides easy access to Downtown Vancouver


The Livability of Champlain Heights

The 40-hectare Everett Crowley Park, in Champlain Heights, is the 59th largest park in the city and is home to the Earth Day Celebration each year. This celebration is sought out by locals annually, and is a Vancouver-wide favourite many years running.

Real estate in the Knight neighbourhood of Vancouver sits along its eastern border within 54th Avenue to 16th Avenue, and from Elgin Street to Argyle Street, and within those borders Knight offers some beautiful single-family homes for sale.
Also known as Knight Street, this major roadway runs through the actual community of Knight, providing easy access to Downtown Vancouver and other outlying neighbourhoods of interest.

Real estate development has picked up a lot in Knight as of recent, delivering a wealth of options to homebuyers and investors alike, bringing with those options a variety of shops, restaurants and service selections for ultimate lifestyle convenience.

The Livability of Knight

The neighbourhood of Knight runs north south out of Vancouver and into Richmond, and as you approach the higher elevations of Knight, you will discover sweeping vistas from some residential locations, displaying our beautiful mountains and the skyline of Downtown Vancouver.

Duplexes, townhouses and older renovated homes can be found within the district of Knight, giving homebuyers the choices they desire. And with King Edward Village being easily accessible too, this area is an ideal choice for those looking to invest in real estate in the Knight community.

In addition to conveniences, the Kensington Park and Community Centre located in the area, offers a variety of recreational activities for people of all ages and interests – not to mention, the view!

The History of Knight

The history of this area falls into the same category as most throughways in Vancouver; which was all about making way for the Canadian Pacific Railway. With its heavy presence and the convenience it created getting in and out of Vancouver, also came the need to build this area up, helping to make Vancouver what it is today!

The Future of Knight

With three elementary schools and two secondary schools in the Knight community, this is a welcome location for families looking to move into the area. But it isn’t a family-centric location only; Knight has also seen an uprising of condos in the area too, along with the aforementioned townhouses and duplexes, giving way to a variety of real estate options for sale in Knight.

Whatever style of home you are looking for, I would love to help guide you through the Knight community, and assist you in finding exactly the home of your dreams!


East Van is home to all walks of life, and offers everything from luxurious to affordable and modern to collectables. East Vancouver houses vary in builds from spacious to quaint and single families to multi families. East Van is bordered to the north by the Burrard Inlet, with the Fraser River to the south, and the city of Burnaby to the east. In addition, the community of East Van is divided by Ontario Street on the West Side of Vancouver. Which spans quite a large area and giving people a variety of real estate buying options on every corner. I am here to help you make that happen.

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