10 most expensive homes for sale in the Fraser Valley

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Many of us dream of escaping to the countryside and raising goats or growing blueberries. Or both. British Columbians, and particularly city-dwellers, hoping to fulfil their Green Acres fantasy need look no further than the Fraser Valley. The Valley has properties of all shapes and sizes for sale, of course, but some are more expansive than others, with acres of land for farming — or running a bed-and-breakfast.

According to REW.com , these are the most expensive homes in the Fraser Valley.


1. $7,500,000: 5291 Mt Lehman Rd.

an old brick house with trees in the background

Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, 4,800 sq. ft. 

Enjoy country living on this plot of pristine, fenced certified-organic fields occupying the hills of Mount Lehman. An English-style home, complete with a brick and stucco exterior and rich woodwork throughout, sits at the peak of one of the hills. A barn with additional living quarters and natural spring pond are also situated on the 60 acres. The acreage offers 360-degree views of the Fraser Valley and the Pacific Northwest mountains.

2. $4,750,000: 1116 Gladwin Rd.

a small house in front of Shakespeare's Birthplace

Nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, 10,270 sq. ft.

A custom-built estate home with an attached 1,002 square foot insulated 4 car garage sits on 10.67 acres. The spacious home boasts a large chef’s kitchen, large media room with wet bar, large decks overlooking Mt. Baker, and a walk-out patio. The farm includes three large shops: one is 5,700 square feet and two are 7,200 square feet. 6.25 acres of raspberries were planted in 2015. It’s close to the UFV, Highway #1 and the U.S./Canada border crossing.

3. $4,500,000: 450 Laxton St.

a living room filled with furniture and a fireplace

Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, 4,738 sq. ft.

This property sprawls over 80 acres, including a 50+ acre lake. If privacy is your thing, you’ll find it here, where no other homes are in sight. The vast, south-facing, unobstructed views of Mt. Baker and the manicured landscape have made it a popular location for Hallmark Channel movies. The custom-built home features living space on two levels, a three-car garage, a caretaker’s suite and an additional 850-square-foot detached shop.

4. $5,390,000: 2019 Marion Rd.

a house in the middle of a lush green field

Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, 4,176 sq. ft.  

This 48+ acres farm in Sumas Prairie supports three homes, including a rancher with walkout basement. The second and third homes are approximately 850 square feet (both are currently rented). According to the write-up at REW.ca, the property has “some of the best soil in the valley” and is ideal for vegetables, dairy or small fruits.

5. $3,889,900: 5390 Gladwin Rd.

a house covered in green grass

Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, 2,074 sq. ft.

Here’s your chance to own a 19.27-acre blueberry farm. Located on the main artery route of Abbotsford, the property features an approximately 2000-square-foot house along with five large barns. The field is currently planted with Duke, Liberty, Elliott, and Reka blueberry varieties.

6. $3,950,000: 2379 Chardonnay Lane

a car parked in front of a house with Shakespeare's Birthplace in the background

Nine bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 8,293 sq. ft. 

Maybe you’d rather host than farm? Then you might be interested in this boutique bed and breakfast in Abbotsford. Located in a new development near the Abbotsford International Airport, this property features six large 450-square-foot 600-square-foot suites with their own private luxury bathroom, living room area, kitchen area and a private garden patio or deck. A large vineyard is situated next door. The property is zoned for eight accommodation units and up to 20 guests. A large luxury four-bedroom home/innkeeper’s suite is attached.

7. $3,750,000: 7460 Bradner Rd.

a living area with a building in the background

Six bedrooms, five bathrooms, 7,038 sq. ft. 

A great room with views of the valley and mountains highlight the attention to detail this home was given during construction. The open design and rustic touches of the timber frame construction and stamped concrete floors are designed to last. The 11.09-acre property also includes a triple-car garage and a 50×100-foot Quonset hut.


8. $7,500,000: 34809 Ferndale Ave.

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Five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, 14,677 sq. ft.

The massive home sits on five acres with panoramic views. Soaring ceilings, open spaces, and generous room sizes combine with designer touches. An open staircase leads to an open level above with multiple living areas for the whole family including a master bedroom retreat. The deck includes a hot tub and the home is wheelchair accessible.

9. $4,750,000: 34869 Ferndale Ave.

a room filled with furniture and a large window

Four bedrooms, five bathrooms, 7,640 sq. ft.

Five acres give way to panoramic views of Mt. Baker and the Fraser Rivers. A private gate and heated driveway leads to a home with a gourmet kitchen including granite countertops, Italian sandstone floors, top-of-the-line appliances, and much more. You’ll also find an outdoor BBQ kitchen, infinity pool, hot tub and full spa with steam room, slate rain shower, state-of-the-art sound system, laundry on every floor — and room for your very own helipad.

10. $4,000,000: 34801 Ferndale Ave

a group of lawn chairs sitting on top of a swimming pool

Two bedrooms, three bathrooms, 3,053 sq. ft.

From these 42 acres in Eagles Reach, known as one of the more spectacular locations in Mission, you have views of Cheam Mountains, the San Juan Islands, the Gulf Islands, and Vancouver. A pool comes with split granite decks. Foreclosure property.


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