Fairfield, City of Victoria

City area: City of Victoria
City sub-area: Fairfield
Avg. house price: $811,650
Avg. condo price: $295,100

Fairfield is the southern-most neighbourhood in the city of Victoria, on southern Vancouver Island. It is Victoria's largest community by population and area, when considered together with the adjacent Gonzales neighbourhood.
Fairfield is a pleasant, residential community with a mix of low-rise apartments and single family homes on well-maintained, tree-lined streets, such as Wellington Avenue. It is bounded to the east by Oak Bay, to the north by the community of Rockland, to the west by Beacon Hill Park and to the south by the ocean shoreline of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Fairfield features the historic Ross Bay Cemetery, as well as many heritage buildings dating from the late Victorian and Edwardian periods.
The City of Victoria, located on the Southern tip of Vancouver Island, is Western Canada's oldest city and the capital of British Columbia. As such, it is home to the provincial legislature.
Victoria has the mildest climate in Canada. It boasts a setting of ocean and mountain vistas and offers numerous economic, cultural and recreational opportunities.
The Inner Harbour is the heart of Victoria and for many boaters is the gateway to the City of Gardens. Bordering the harbour are the ivy-covered Fairmont Empress hotel, the world-renowned Royal British Columbia Museum and the BC Parliament Buildings.

Gary is proud to be a successful Realtor with RE/MAX Camosun. RE/MAX Camosun sells more listings, helps more Buyers purchase than any other Real Estate office in Greater Victoria. Contact me anytime if you would like assistance moving to Fairfield or any other neighbourhood in Victoria.