Sooke’s Sunriver Estates is On Sale

Sunriver Estates
Sunriver Estates

Driving home from a shift at Royal LePage’s Mayfair Mall kiosk last night, I heard a radio ad on CFAX 1070 for Sunriver Estates.

They are offering a “builder’s coupon” discount of $15,000 for purchasers. The popular planned community along the Sooke River is obviously experiencing a slowdown in sales like everyone else, so this is a great time to head on out and have a look. The ad mentioned getting a $369,000 brand new home for $354,000. It wasn’t clear from the ad whether this applied only to that plan or to any plan. The discount can be taken off the price or used for upgrades or appliance packages.

There are also 12 existing homes for sale in Sunriver, ranging from $349,900 to $500,000. Click the following link to view these Sunriver Estates homes for sale

If you are considering a new or resale home in Sunriver Estates and would like to be represented by an experienced agent, give me a call at 250-885-0512, fill in my contact form, or shoot me an e-mail at My services are available to you, the buyer, at no cost; REALTORS® are paid by the seller.

Tim Ayres – Sooke Real Estate Professional

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Published by Tim Ayres

Tim Ayres is a Sooke and Victoria BC REALTOR®, with Royal LePage Coast Capital Realty. Tim is actively involved in helping clients buying and selling real estate in the southern Vancouver Island region. Tim is an active member of the Victoria Real Estate Board and served seven years (2009-2015) as a director, including serving as President in 2014.

3 thoughts on “Sooke’s Sunriver Estates is On Sale

  1. hahaha….the 12 for sale were obviously bought by flippers who held onto them for too long.350,000 to 500,000 is still too much money,anyone buying these will be underwater in months on their mortgage.

    Ive been in Sunriver estates,its perched on a scrubby hillside,you can’t walk to any store,its a long ugly drive to Victoria where the jobs are,the houses are heated by natural gas which is on the decline in Canada.
    Anyone thinking of buying there hasn’t seen the greater fool website.

    1. Sorry to hear you feel that way Peter, but I’m afraid you’re wrong.

      The homes for sale are actually families who are for various reasons selling their homes to make a move in the marketplace. In fact, I know of at least 2 or 3 homeowners in Sun River that are selling to buy another home in the subdivision! I don’t know why you would assume it’s “flippers who held on too long.”

      People absolutely love living there, and it is a beautifully designed neighbourhood. The newer lots being sold now have great views, too. The drive to Victoria is about 35-40 minutes from Sunriver, and it’s a nice, scenic drive. When you consider the house you get and the price you pay compared to Victoria or even Langford, the homes are great value.

      Most of the homes in Sunriver are heated with either electric baseboard or with heat pumps. There are very few natural gas furnaces in Sunriver.

      Thanks for your comments,


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