About Linley Point
The community of Linley Point is a new development nestled in Linley Valley Cottle Lake Park's heart. This planned community offers some of the most beautiful single-family homes built around an environmentally protected wetland filled with wildlife. Homes in this community have sprawling floorplans, beautifully landscaped yards, and access to Nanaimo's best walking trails.
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Average detached home sale price compared to the previous four years of sales data. Please note this data is only a comparison of the data collected to data in the current calendar year.
The average sale price of a home in Linley Point was $749,900 in 2020. This price is an increase of 10% from the previous year. Linley Point consists of only new construction homes built no later than 2014. Most of the houses built in this community have a legal suite, which is very popular with homebuyers due to the rental income.
Linley Point Stats (2020):
|Amount||% Change from 2019|
|Days on Market||34||+66% Faster|
|Active Listings||13||+31% Increase|
|List/sale price||98%||+0.9% Increase|
The average days-on-market to sell a home in this community has decreased to 34 days in 2020. That means that homes in Linley Point are selling 66% faster than in 2019 when selling a home in this area took 76 days. Linley Point is a trendy community, and there is a high demand for houses by homebuyers, which means real estate will continue to sell quickly in 2021.
There are only 13 active listings in Linley Point, which is higher than usual. That's a slight increase in the available house when compared to 2019. A new phase will be beginning in 2021, and more homes will be on the market in early 2022 or possibly sooner.
Though most homes in Linley Point are single-family dwellings, more attached multi-family townhomes will be built in 2021. This addition to Linley Valley will welcome change from the current building in the first two phases. Check back for updates on the latest listings in Linley Point.
In 2020, there were 23 home sales in this community, less than the previous year. However, sellers have seen an increase in the list price to sale price ratio to 98%. This statistic means that homeowners are getting accepted offers, on average 2% below the asking price.
WHY LINLEY POINT
This community is fantastic for families looking for a new home in a safe neighbourhood with unlimited green space access. This entire development has underground services, an environmentally protected park around a wetland, and accessible walking paths for people of all ages to enjoy. Houses here are moderately priced and purchased from $600,000 and as high as $1.2 Million.
This community is among nature, but still, only minutes away from all the amenities you could need. Right next to Linley Point are locally owned shops with a variety of services. Bodhi's Artisan Bakery has fantastic fresh bread and tables to enjoy coffee and sweets. Thai Orchid has phenomenal Thai food that is terrific for take-out on short notice. Make sure you visit soon!
Linley Point is found at the start of Linley Valley Cottle Lake Park, known for its beauty and natural wonders. There is so much to explore that you could find a new trail every day for a month and still barely seen all this place has to offer. Outdoor enthusiasts can hike and mountain bike year-round and even make their way to Departure Bay if you follow the correct trails.
Children that live in Linley Point fall into the Randerson Ridge catchment area. Randerson Ridge Elementary School is within walking distance of Linley Point as it is found just off of Nelson Road. This School is top-rated for parents with young children as it's on a safe street, has copious amounts of outdoor space to play, and is surrounded by forests and family homes.
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