Barber Street is a short section of street just south of Pleasantside Elementary near Port Moody, British Columbia. Barber Street is set-back just three streets from the waterfront and runs northeast from Ioco Road for just two blocks before turning sharply at the school. Barber Street then runs northwest where it joins the streets of Barber Lane and Axford Bay. Barber Street is a beautiful area not more than 15 minutes from Coquitlam.
The area around Port Moody was once home to the Squamish and Musqueam bands of the Coast Salish people. Their ancestors occupy the Lower Mainland for a thousand years. These Native Indians hunted, gathered shellfish, and fished in the area. There is evidence they camped in the region during the summer based on artifacts found at the eastern portion of Burrard Inlet. Europeans begin to occupy the area in the eighteen-hundreds. Fur traders frequented this region and gold prospectors arrived during the Cariboo Gold Rush in 1858. Colonel Richard Moody commanded a group of Royal engineers in 1859 to blaze the trail that would be known as North Road. This allowed ships anchored in the Burrard Inlet to unload equipment should the area be attacked from the south. The town was never attacked and began to grow. Today Port Moody is known as “The City of Arts”. Artists were originally attracted to Port Moody because of beautiful scenery and low rent. Today art groups and a wide variety of facilities help to create a diverse artistic community which supports numerous annual festivals. Popular festivals in Port Moody include the Festival of Arts in September, Golden Spike Days in July, and the Canadian Film Festival in February.
Housing on Barber Street is limited to single-family homes, however a wide variety of other options are available in other parts of the Port Moody area, and include condominiums, townhomes, and lots of upon which to build. Listing prices for single-family homes start low and soar upwards along with the home’s size and the desirability of its location. For example, a 6 bedroom, 8 bathroom home with more than 7,000 square feet will likely have a seven figure listing price. Contact us today with any questions or to schedule an appointment to see any of our magnificent properties in the area of Barber Street or any other community of Port Moody, British Columbia.
Awe inspiring ocean views from this rebuilt home on what many say is the very best family oriented & quiet cul-de-sac street in Port Moody's Pleasantside area. Heavily re...
Listing courtesy of Elliot Mandelcorn from Royal LePage Sterling Realty
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