s the most populous region in Greater Victoria, with over 115,000 residents, Saanich features bustling urban areas, major retail centres, and two post-secondary campuses with robust student populations. But, despite being a residential, educational, and professional hub, Saanich boasts more than its fair share of charm and beauty. With the majority of homes being single-family residences on large, beautifully curated lots, and a backdrop of expansive valleys, peaked mountains, rolling farmland, and coastal bays, Saanich is a suburban paradise.
Homes and businesses are complemented by an extensive web of bike lanes and walking and running paths and are complemented by lakes, beaches, and recreation sites. Saanich neighborhoods are a short commute to all the major Greater Victoria destinations, allowing residents to enjoy all the benefits of suburban living while remaining closely connected to the pulse of the urban core.
Lovers of urban activity who also enjoy the convenience of suburban living in a beautiful setting. They enjoy strolling along paths and coastal beach-fronts, growing vegetables in the backyard of their family home, running errands in the shopping centres, and taking day trips into the downtown core.
The collective pride of homeownership amongst neighbours, and the joy of combining accessible amenities with the charm, beauty, and infrastructure of a city integrated with natural wonders.
A “best of both worlds kind of life,” with the peace of suburban living perfectly complemented by the accessibility to vibrant urban activity.
Featuring both urban and rural landscapes and homes, Saanich dwellings are primarily single-family homes; the majority of which are owned, rather than rented. The beautiful 1960-1980s construction is highlighted by large lots with secondary suites and curated landscaping.