CHINESIDE Coquitlam

NEIGHBOURHOOD INFORMATION

Chineside Coquitlam is a small residential area that is family-oriented and close to schools. A number of the homes are larger and boast gorgeous views of the Northern Mountains.

Scroll down to see prices, info, things to do, transit, schools, & more.

ABOUT

Chineside is a neighbourhood of detached homes in the central part of Coquitlam, with the north side bordering Port Moody. Chineside has great access to schools, with Baker, Hillcrest, and Charles Best Secondary all very nearby the subarea. Furthermore, it has very easy access to Simon Fraser University, and all busses that would take you to Douglas College or to downtown Vancouver. It’s an area with families, and is a great place to raise your kids. Como Lake village is within a 5 minute drive, and features local banks, a liquor store, a No Frills grocer, Starbucks, Subway, and a local bakery. (to name a few)

Mundy Park on the southern side of Chineside is a large park area stretching through Central Coquitlam with running trails, sports field, baseball diamonds, picnic areas, an outdoor pool and playgrounds.

SCHOOLS

Public Schools:

Baker Drive Elementary (K-5)

Hillcrest Middle School (6-8)

Charles Best Secondary School (9-12)

Additional Private Schools: Traditional Learning Academy

CRIME STATS

Crime: *Police Reported Crime Statistics in Canada, 2015. Released on 2016-07-20. Please note: This crime rate is city-wide, not neighbourhood-wide. Different neighbourhoods in the city might have totally different crime rate.

Violent Crime – Below Average

Property Crime – Average

Drug Crime – Below Average

Total Crime – Average

TRANSIT

Busses run directly to Lougheed Station, Coquitlam Station, and Simon Fraser University all along Como Lake Avenue.  The closest skytrain station will be accessible by heading down Thermal Drive to Ioco Station (~1.2km away). By bus it may be easier to commute down Como Lake Avenue directly in to Coquitlam or Lougheed Station. From there, you can also connect to the Evergreen Skytrain line which will take you in to Burnaby and Metro Vancouver, to name a few.

THINGS TO DO

Because Chineside border’s Port Moody (City of the Arts), people that live in Chineside get to enjoy easy access to all of the perks of Port Moody & Coquitlam! Nearby shops and restaurants are all within a 5 minute drive at either Como Lake Village in Coquitlam or on St. John’s street (a main street/hub for local businesses and restaurants in Port Moody). You’re also less than a 10 minute drive away from Coquitlam centre mall and all it has to offer. Chineside is also very close to Mundy Park, which has everything from dog parks to baseball fields and running trails.

Poirier Sports and Leisure Centre is a popular hub for sports lovers. It is a destination for ice hockey and figure skating, curling, swimming, and working out. It is also nearby the Coquitlam Public Library, Centennial outdoor field/track, and Dogwood Pavilion community centre.

CHINESIDE

DETACHED HOME STATS 2014 2015 2016 
AVG PRICE $749,039 $881,062 $1,189,707
PRICE: LOW-HIGH $540,000 – $865,000 $655,000 – $1,185,000 $848,000 – $1,525,000
AVG DAYS ON MARKET 30 17 13
# OF SALES 24 32 27

Chineside Detached Stats Last 5 Years HPI

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