Burke Mountain

Burke Mountain is a rapidly growing master-planned community in Northeast Coquitlam, BC, Canada.  It is a new community of family-oriented neighborhoods connected through an extensive trail network, parksschools, plenty of green space and a planned pedestrian-friendly village centre.

Surrounded by green space, Burke Mountain has a wild backyard just waiting to be explored.

It’s nestled on the doorstep of a provincial park and is fast becoming known for its mountain biking and hiking trails. The neighborhood is largely residential, situated on the edge of nature. Its innovative parks, such as Queenston Park, are widely received as among the best throughout Metro Vancouver. Located in northeast Coquitlam and just minutes from City Centre, the area also has a strong sense of community and a small commercial hub at the corner of David Ave. and Coast Meridian Rd.

Current Burke Mountain MLS® stats indicate an average house price of $1,080,628 and 98 new listings in the last 56 days. As of today, Burke Mountain housing data shows median days on market for a home is 15 days.

Burke Mountain is a rapidly growing master-planned community in Northeast Coquitlam, BC, Canada.  It is a new community of family-oriented neighborhoods connected through an extensive trail network, parksschools, plenty of green space and a planned pedestrian-friendly village centre.

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BURKE MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAILS

The network of trails on Burke is large and complex. Some date back to the logging days in the early 1900’s, when it was known as Dollar Mountain. Most of the mountain biking trails are located on the lower half of the mountain, with endpoints on the Coquitlam River, Harper Road and Victoria Drive. BC Parks is currently drafting a Management Plan for the Park.

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The network of trails on Burke is large and complex. Some date back to the logging days in the early 1900’s, when it was known as Dollar Mountain. Most of the mountain biking trails are located on the lower half of the mountain, with endpoints on the Coquitlam River, Harper Road and Victoria Drive. BC Parks is currently drafting a Management Plan for the Park.

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APARTMENTS/CONDOS

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TOWNHOUSES

The average townhouse in the Burke Mountain, Coquitlam has an average listing price of $946,000. In Burke Mountain, the most expensive townhouse is listed at $1,288,000 and the most affordable townhome for sale is listed at $744,900. What are nearby neighbourhoods to Burke Mountain, Coquitlam, BC? The closest neighbourhoods to Burke Mountain include New Horizons, North Coquitlam.

Burke Mountain Community Development

Burke Mountain boasts Coquitlam’s first green street and a park within a five-minute walk of every residence. Beautiful landscaping, stunning views, front porches and pedestrian-friendly sidewalks create an immediate sense of community that is rarely found in today’s urban neighbourhoods. There is a strong community connection amongst the residents of the area, with block parties and community events popping up regularly.

BURKE MOUNTAIN SCHOOLS

The Burke Mountain Community is part of Coquitlam’s School District #43, serving the community of Coquitlam as well as the neighboring communities of Anmore, Belcarra, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody.  Current schools for the Burke Mountain area are Leigh Elementary, Minnekhada Middle School, Smiling Creek Elementary School, Kwayquitlam Middle School and Terry Fox Secondary School.

Also located nearby are Douglas College and Simon Fraser University, with many options available for adult education and recreational learning.


When fully developed, Burke Mountain will feature five elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school.


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