The Five Most Expensive Homes For Sale In Nanaimo

The Five Most Expensive Homes For Sale In Nanaimo

Top Five Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Nanaimo

Nanaimo is a very sought after city for its beaches, hiking, waterfront activities and friendly atmosphere. Its proximity to larger cities such as Victoria and Vancouver as well as easy access to very desirable destinations like Sproat Lake and Tofino make it the perfect starting point for anywhere you want to go!

With in our city limits we also have some amazing properties to offer. Acreage and waterfront is something many people are searching for and we’ve got just that. We have put together a list of the Top 5 Most Expensive Homes For Sale in Nanaimo Right Now! Take a moment to scroll through these beautiful homes and let your dreams begin!

Expensive Homes For Sale in Nanaimo Timber frame home Nanaimo

5. 2920 Meadow Drive

Listed for $2,800,000, 7104 sqft, 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms.

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4. 6470 Ptarmigan Way

Listed for $2,998,000, 4639 sqft, 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.

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3. 3070 Nelson Road

Listed for 2,999,000, 4,977 sqft, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms

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2. 1326 Ivy Lane

Listed for 2,999,000, 4678 sqft, 4 beds, 4 baths.

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Expensive Homes For Sale in Nanaimo Sunsets Nanaimo Homes

1. 5238 Norton Road

Listed for $2,999,000, 4572 sqft, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms.

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