• info@aedisrealty.com (604) 688-8669 Head Office: 2895 West 33rd Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6N 2G3
Advanced Search

$ 0 to $ 0

we found 0 results
Your search results

14420 CAMBIE Road in Richmond: East Richmond Home for sale : MLS®# R2253689

Posted by Aedis Realty on April 25, 2018
| Uncategorized
| 0

Richmond, on the Coast

Richmond in Metro Vancouver

Richmond 2 The City of Richmond on the coast of British Columbia, Canada, part of the Metro Vancouver area, occupies all of Lulu Island in the Fraser River Delta except the small New Westminster portion upriver and all of Sea Island, site of Vancouver International Airport, across a river channel to the northwest between Richmond and the City of Vancouver. Vancouver and Burnaby are neighbors across the river to the north, New Westminster to the east, and Delta across another channel of the river to the south. The ocean as the Strait of Georgia is to the west. Burkeville on Sea Island next to the airport and Steveston in the southwest corner of Lulu Island were independent villages before they became parts of Richmond

Richmond’s 2011 Census population of 190,473 ranks it fourth in Metro Vancouver and in the province behind Vancouver, Surrey, and Burnaby. At 60 percent, mostly Chinese, Richmond is the North American city with the largest proportion of Asians, more than half, many of whom have immigrated from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Mainland China since the early 1990s.

Geography and Hydrography

Richmond has plenty of rich, alluvial soil for farming, but the land is ever prone to floods at high tides and especially when the river crests at high levels during seasons of heavy snowfalls. As a safeguard, a system of dykes now surrounds the major islands to hold back and divert such inundations that can cause catastrophic damage, so although farming had a fast start with dairy, grain, vegetables, and berries as staples in Richmond’s flat terrain of rich, fertile soil, it was necessary to clear, drain, and dyke the land to protect it from flooding and make it safe for successful farming. Today, the British Columbia Agricultural Land Reserve sets most of eastern Richmond aside for farming. Cranberries and blueberries are the principal crops. Other staples are strawberries, corn, and potatoes. In 2001 about 47 percent of British Columbia’s cranberry farm acreage was in Richmond.

Richmond 1The groundwater table is high, so very few homes have basements and very few buildings are more than three storeys high. The proximity of the airport limits building height to 150 feet.

History

In November 1879 the Township of Richmond became an incorporated municipality though not as a city until December 1990. The first town hall was near the main settlement on the northwestern tip of Lulu Island at North Arm.

In the 1870s, salmon canning became a major industry in the fishing village of Steveston. By the 1890s, there were nearly 50 canneries, and many ships docked in Steveston to take on big loads of canned salmon. Boatbuilding thrived too. The Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site in Steveston displays the city’s canning history in an 1894 waterfront facility with a museum.

Information Links:

Richmond 3http://www.richmondchamber.ca
http://www.richmond.ca/home.htm
http://www.richmond.ca/parksrec/overview.htm
http://www.richmond.ca/plandev/planning2/ocp/about.htm

Transportation

Richmond connects to Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, and Delta by bridges and tunnels. Three bridges connect Lulu Island to Sea Island and the airport, one bridge connects Sea Island to Vancouver, two connect Lulu Island to Vancouver, one connects eastern Lulu Island to Burnaby and New Westminster, and one bridge and an underwater tunnel connect Richmond to Delta.

Richmond has two high-speed freeways, Highway 99, which includes the tunnel to Delta and ends at Interstate 5 at the USA border, and Highway 91, which starts in Richmond’s Garden City Lands, runs eastward to New Westminster, then turns southward, crosses the river into Delta, and joins Highway 99 a few miles from the international border. SkyTrain service connects both central Richmond and the airport to Downtown Vancouver.

New Richmond Live MLS Listings

14420 CAMBIE Road
East Richmond Richmond V6V 1Z7

$11,800,000
Land Only

Main Photo: 14420 CAMBIE Road in Richmond: East Richmond Home for sale : MLS®# R2253689
Prop. Type:
Land Only
MLS® Num:
R2253689
Status:
Active
This beautiful 73.9 Acres berry farm has lots to offer! This property has an amazing frontage on Cambie Rd & Highway 91. The subject property is located in East Richmond on Cambie Rd between No 6 Road & No 7 Road. The property has about 35 Acres of 5 different varieties of blueberries such as Elliot, Bluegold, Rikka, Bluecorp and Duke. About 28 Acres of blackberry, raspberry & strawberry. 7.5 Acres currently leased to a communication corp. The property has a full irrigation system. This location provides quick access to Highway 91 & Knight Street and close to many other amenities.
Property Type:
Land Only
Taxes:
$13,121.32 / 2017
Lot Area:
73.93 acre(s)
Lot Frontage:
1343'6"
Lot Depth:
2404.47
Water Supply:
Plan:
88278
Title to Land:
Freehold NonStrata
BLK 5N LD 36 SEC 33 RNG 5W. PART E 1/2, EXCEPT PLAN PCL A SRW NWP88278, & SECONDLY: PT 2.036 HA NOW RD ON SRW PL 88278. **ALSO LISTED AS COMM LAND C8018187**
Access to property:
Road Access
Cable Service:
Available Nearby
Natural Gas:
Available
Electricity:
Available
Sanitary Sewer:
None
Telephone Service:
Available Nearby
Trees:
No
Storm Sewer:
None
Sketch Attached:
No
Restrictions:
None
Listed Date:
Previous Price:
Original Price:
  • Photo 1: 14420 CAMBIE Road in Richmond: East Richmond Home for sale : MLS®# R2253689
    Photo 1 of 2
  • Photo 2: 14420 CAMBIE Road in Richmond: East Richmond Home for sale : MLS®# R2253689
    Photo 2 of 2
Larger map options:
Royal Pacific Realty Corp.
Listing information last updated on April 6, 2018 at 10:27 PM (UTC)
powered by myRealPage.com

Compare Listings