Surrounded by luxury property with incredible views of Mount Baker and Vancouver Island, and parks, shops and beaches just minutes away is the private neighbourhood of Bayridge. Located in the West Bay Elementary catchment area and a short distance from bustling Marine Drive, Bayridge is a family-friendly neighbourhood that provides its residents with the space and privacy to enjoy its beautiful setting.
Bayridge is just walking distance to parks and trails, a short drive to Dundarave and Horseshoe Bay, and close to Highway One. Winter sports enthusiasts can put their skis and snowboards to good use, with Grouse Mountain, Seymour Mountain and Cypress Mountain a short drive away. Bayridge is also 20 minutes from downtown Vancouver, and approximately 90 minutes from Whistler.
Bayridge is a great luxury community for mature adults looking for the peace and tranquility of private living. A large proportion of residents tend to be middle-aged, with a median age of 46, and approximately two-thirds of adult residents are married. The majority of residents do not have children living at home.
Bayridge is home to a variety of luxury West Vancouver family homes with breathtaking ocean views. The average Bayridge home is listed at around $2 million, and over 92% of properties are owned in this neighbourhood.
With Bayridge being a family-friendly area, the neighbourhood is conveniently located close to all the major amenities. Nearby McKechnie Park offers tennis courts, wide trails, and heavily wooded areas to explore, while Sandy Cove Park just south of Marine Drive, is a small, secluded beach great for swimming.
Since Bayridge is a fairly private area, most of the popular dining spots are situated a short distance away at Marine Drive. Popular restaurants include Vina Vietnamese Cuisine, which has won the recognition of various food critics over the years, The Truffle House and Cafe, which only uses the freshest local and organic ingredients, and The Red Lion Bar and Grill, a traditionally family-friendly restaurant.
As with restaurants, the best spot for shopping tends to be along Marine Drive. Here, you can find convenience stores such as IGA Marketplace and Shoppers Drug Mart, as well as clothing and boutique stores including Red Horses Gallery, The Latest Scoop and Redfish Kids Clothing. If you fancy a coffee and a catch up, Starbucks and Delany’s Coffee House are conveniently located here.
Families living in the Bayridge neighbourhood are in a fantastic location to access some of the best schools in the Greater Vancouver region. Schools in the area include West Bay Elementaryand Mulgrave School, both of which offer the lnternational Baccalaureate program, as well as Caulfeild Elementary, Cypress Park Primary, Rockridge Secondary School, and Tiddlycove Montessori Preschool.
Residents who prefer public transit are well-equipped, with several community bus stops closeby. The 253 Caulfeild bus runs along Westridge Avenue and connects transit users to Eagle Harbour in the west and Park Royal and Downtown Vancouver in the east. The route runs every half hour on weekdays and every hour on Saturdays.