Central Saanich Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Saanichton, British Columbia is a village, in the municipality of Central Saanich, located between Victoria and the BC Ferry Terminal, west of the Pat Bay Highway (Hwy 17), at the junction of Mount Newton Cross Road and East Saanich Road. The Village of Saanichton enjoys shops, schools and a Hospital. Close to the airport this close knit community is a perfect spot to raise a family.

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 13
Residential Listings: 13
Average Taxes/Year: $3,015
Average Price: $1,090,815
Highest Price: $3,795,000
Lowest Price: $179,000
Average Beds: 3
Average Baths: 3
Average House Size(Sq Ft): 120,685
Average Lot Size(Sq Ft): 125,453
Average Built Year: 1,420
Average Price/Sq Ft: $340
Highest Price/Sq Ft: $1,146
Lowest Price/Sq Ft: $3

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Welcome Home To “the Nest”, A Contemporary Desi...

NEW Photo of Listing #417054

$3,795,000 Current

  • 5 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 1.05 Acres
  • 4,900 ft²


8407 Lochside Dr, Central Saanich, BC

MLS® #417054

Welcome Home To “the Nest”, A Contemporary Design That Is Simply Sublime In It’s Timeless Magnificence. Bold & Striking, The Architectural Details Are Showcased Against A Backdrop Of Spectacular Sunrises, Colourful Sunsets & An Abundance Of Marine Wildlife....

Macdonald Realty Ltd. (Sid)

A Gem Of A Family Home Caringly And Tastefully ...

REDUCED 1% Photo of Listing #418866

$739,900 Current

  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 0.19 Acres
  • 1,892 ft²


7292 East Saanich Rd, Central Saanich, BC

MLS® #418866

A Gem Of A Family Home Caringly And Tastefully Renovated Top To Bottom Offering 4 Bedrms & 3 Bathrms On Two Levels Of Living. Layout Includes 3 Bedroooms Upstairs, Gas Fireplace In Living Room, Completely Renovated Kitchen With Corian Countertops & Oak Cab...

Holmes Realty Ltd

Stunning 2 Bedroom Rancher Ideally Situated On ...

REDUCED 3% Photo of Listing #417357

$669,900 Current

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 0.21 Acres
  • 812 ft²


1860 Cultra Ave, Central Saanich, BC

MLS® #417357

Stunning 2 Bedroom Rancher Ideally Situated On A Pristine And Manicured 9100+ Square Foot Garden! Beautiful Flooring Throughout This Updated Home, Wood Burning Fireplace, Stainless Steel Appliances And Garage With Plenty Of Storage Space. Gorgeous Lawns, Pa...

Macdonald Realty Victoria

Enjoy The Quiet Lifestyle In This Exceptionally...

NEW Photo of Listing #419344

$559,000 Current

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 0.03 Acres
  • 1,113 ft²


7980 East Saanich Rd 9, Central Saanich, BC

MLS® #419344

Enjoy The Quiet Lifestyle In This Exceptionally Maintained One Level End Unit Townhome. Polo Park Gardens, Located In Saanichton Village Is Just Steps From Shops, Bus, Parks Restaurants And Healthcare. This 2bd, 2 Bth Home Features 9' Ceilings, A Spacious A...

Newport Realty Ltd. - Sidney

A Fabulous Adult Life Style At An Affordable Pr...

REDUCED 4% Photo of Listing #413964

$219,000 Current

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 1,400 ft²


7701 Central Saanich Rd 54, Central Saanich, BC

MLS® #413964

A Fabulous Adult Life Style At An Affordable Price! This Home Offers 1400 Square Feet, Featuring A Spacious And Bright "country Style" Kitchen, Bay Window, 2 Skylights, Loads Of Cupboards And Counter Space Plus Pantry And Dining Area, Large Living Room With...

Pemberton Holmes - Cloverdale


About 14,000 years ago, the Saanich Peninsula emerged from under the thick glaciers of the last Ice Age. As the ice melted and vegetation returned to the barren landscape, herds of large mammals – including now-extinct mammoths and giant bison – roamed the developing grasslands. Soon the First People arrived in the region. For thousands of years the Coast Salish people of the WSÁNEC (Saanich) First Nation thrived on the Saanich Peninsula including at the historic village site of STÁUTW (Tsawout).

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Following establishment of HBC Fort Victoria in the 1840s everything changed as the first Europeans began to set down roots on the Saanich Peninsula in the beautiful Mount Newton Valley just west of present-day Saanichton. In 1854, Andrew MacPhail built his cabin on what is now Woodwyn Farm. William Thomson soon followed, building his first permanent house at Bannockburn, today a beautiful heritage home. More Europeans settled in Valley and up the slopes into Saanichton, establishing a thriving farming community. By 1859, settler William Simpson built the original Prairie Tavern on a site adjacent to the current Prairie Inn (1893). In 1862, St Stephen’s Church was built in the Valley, and two years later, the first school on the Saanich Peninsula was established at what is now Ravenhill Farm. Following its first year in North Saanich, the historic Saanich Fair was held at the site of the original school in the Valley before permanently moving into Saanichton in the 1870s, where it operated for 120 years until 1992, when it moved to its current site on Stelly’s Cross Road. Saanichton was also a railway centre. The Victoria and Sidney Railway (V&S) steamed through Saanichton from Victoria on its way to Sidney, from 1894 to 1919. The BC Electric Railway ran passenger service along Wallace Drive, beginning in 1912 and continuing operations into the 1920s.

You can learn more about the colourful history of Saanichton with a visit to the Log Cabin Museum (managed by the Saanich Pioneer Society), located in Saanichton Green (

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