Ladysmith real estate has unique characteristics. As a Ladysmith realtor, David has experience with this town, having lived in the Cowichan Valley most of his life.
Ladysmith located on the 49th parallel is a charming west coast town filled with heritage. It is a sought-after place to live, work and play. Offering recreational opportunities with parks and trail systems throughout the picturesque forests as well as Ladysmith Golf Course, Ladysmith Harbour, Transfer Beach, and the Community Centre pool. When shopping and dining in historic downtown Ladysmith, you will find boutiques, antique dealers, bookstores and plenty of eateries.
Ladysmith is located just 90 minutes north of Victoria, 20 minutes south of Nanaimo, and 20 minutes north of Duncan.
It has small friendly schools: primary, intermediate, and secondary. Ladysmith is known for its community spirit with its annual celebrations: Festival of Lights and Ladysmith Days. Immerse yourself in its Arts and Culture by visiting the shops downtown, and take yourself on an interactive guided walking tour with the Ladysmith Heritage Trails App.
Ladysmith Real Estate Demographics
Ladysmith real estate is on the rise, only second to Duncan, with new subdivisions popping up. The average sale price for a single-detached home as of March, 2021 is $500,000 - $800,000.
Quick Facts about Ladysmith
- Population: 8,537
- Average home sale price: $500,000 - $800,000
- Average temperature: in January, 3.5C, and in July, 18.1C
- 26 kilometers of trails and 272 acres of parkland
I love all of the recreational opportunities that Ladysmith has to offer: biking, bird watching, golfing, paddling, boating and the numerous parks to walk and hike. I also enjoy Ladysmith’s live music events during the summer months at Transfer Beach Park’s amphitheatre. Check out In the BeanTime Café or The Old Town Bakery for a quick snack on your way to the beach!
Please contact me if you are interested in buyer or selling in Ladysmith.
Come and experience living in the beautiful Cowichan Valley.