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    High-End Country Estate - South Langley, BC

    Metro Vancouver & the Fraser Valley Listing No. 24156

    Premier estate on 20.25 acres. 10-acre hay field. Private breeding kennel. Easy conversion to equestrian estate. Showpiece stone exterior home. High ceilings, west facing patio, gourmet country kitchen. 3-car garage, 53' x 40' shop, 30' x 24' barn, 55' x 25' kennel.


    20.25 acres

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    Premier estate property on 20.25 acres in one of Langley’s most sought-after locations. This is the epicenter of BC’s equestrian community and acreages such as this are in high demand. The back yard is west facing and overlooks the 10-acre hay field with additional 5-acre treed section at the rear of the property. The entire acreage is quite flat and usable. Presently a private breeding kennel for award winning Rhodesian Ridgeback dogs. This estate could easily be converted to a high-end equestrian estate with many equestrian trails in area.

    The home and outbuildings have been thoughtfully laid out, with a second driveway for farm vehicle access allowing tractors and haying equipment to bypass the homesite area. The home has a beautiful stone exterior and is an absolute showpiece. This 3,000+ sq. ft. open concept rancher includes exceptional architecture with over height ceilings, a west facing sprawling patio, 3 large bedrooms and the finest gourmet country kitchens. There is no deferred maintenance on this property and quality is unsurpassed throughout!

    In the yard you’ll find an oversized 3 car garage, 53' x 40' shop with full bathroom, 30' x 24' barn, 55' x 25' kennel (5 stalls). All of this secured behind a private gate and long paved driveway. This one may induce boughts of jealously from your friends.

    Don’t wait to call the listing REALTOR® for more information or to book a time to go by for a look.


    1009 248th Street - Aldergrove, BC


    Vancouver to Aldergrove: east on Highway 1 (Trans-Canada Highway) for approximately 50 kilometres. Take Exit 73 for 264 Street South and continue south on 264 Street for about 10 kilometres until you reach Aldergrove.

    Area Data

    Aldergrove is a small community located in the Township of Langley within the Greater Vancouver area. Covering a modest area, Aldergrove serves as a residential and commercial hub for its residents, characterized by a mix of suburban and rural landscapes. Its boundaries are defined by the Fraser Highway to the north, and it stretches south towards the Canada-US border. The community’s proximity to major transportation routes, including Highway 1 and Fraser Highway, makes it an accessible and strategically significant location within the Lower Mainland.

    Economically, Aldergrove benefits from a blend of agricultural and commercial enterprises. The area is home to numerous farms, contributing to the local and regional economy through the production of fruits, vegetables, and dairy products. Commercially, Aldergrove has a vibrant downtown core with a variety of shops, restaurants, and services catering to both locals and visitors. The community also hosts several annual events, such as the Aldergrove Fair Days, which celebrate local culture and bring together residents for festivities and entertainment. Overall, Aldergrove’s mix of residential, commercial, and recreational elements, along with its key landmarks, make it a unique and integral part of the Township of Langley.


    The community's recreational opportunities span from parks and trails to sports facilities and community centers, ensuring that there's something for everyone to enjoy.

    Parks and Outdoor Recreation

    Aldergrove Regional Park
    This expansive park is a highlight of the area, featuring a variety of trails for hiking, cycling, and horseback riding. The park also includes picnic areas, scenic viewpoints, and wetlands, making it a great spot for nature enthusiasts and families looking to spend time outdoors.

    Aldergrove Athletic Park
    Equipped with soccer fields, baseball diamonds, and a playground, this park is perfect for sports activities and family outings. The athletic park also has a walking track and facilities for community events.

    Otter Park
    A smaller neighborhood park with a playground and open green space, ideal for picnics and casual outdoor activities.

    Recreational Facilities

    Aldergrove Credit Union Community Centre
    This state-of-the-art facility includes a swimming pool with water slides, a hot tub, and a sauna. It also features an ice rink for skating and hockey, a fitness center, and multipurpose rooms for classes and community events. The community centre is a central hub for recreation and social gatherings in Aldergrove.

    Greater Vancouver Zoo
    While primarily a zoo, it offers educational programs and interactive experiences that make it a unique recreational destination. Visitors can explore various animal exhibits, participate in guided tours, and enjoy the expansive grounds.

    Sports and Activities

    Langley Riders Society
    For equestrian enthusiasts, this society offers horseback riding lessons, shows, and events, catering to all levels of riders.

    Aldergrove Skatepark
    Located near the community center, this skatepark provides a dedicated space for skateboarders and BMX riders to practice and enjoy their sport.

    Events and Community Activities

    Aldergrove Fair Days
    An annual event that brings the community together for a weekend of entertainment, including parades, live music, games, and agricultural exhibits. It is a significant event that highlights the local culture and community spirit.

    Seasonal Events and Markets
    Throughout the year, Aldergrove hosts seasonal markets, craft fairs, and community celebrations that offer recreational and social opportunities for residents.


    Established in the late 19th century, Aldergrove began as a small agricultural community with its roots in farming and forestry. Named for the abundance of alder trees in the area, it grew steadily with the construction of the Interurban Railway in the early 1900s, which connected it to other parts of the Lower Mainland. The community saw further development post-World War II, evolving from a primarily agricultural hub into a more diversified residential and commercial area.

    Located in the traditional territories of the Stólō Nation, it has a rich Indigenous history predating European settlement. The Stólō people, also known as the "People of the River," have lived in the Fraser Valley for thousands of years. Efforts to acknowledge and respect the First Nations' history and ongoing contributions are evident in local educational programs and community events that highlight Indigenous culture and history.


    Please see mapping section, all boundaries are approximate.

    Map Reference

    49° 1'12.48"N and 122°32'33.86"W


    • Power
    • Drilled well
    • Telephone
    • Internet
    • Natural gas
    • Septic


    • Showpiece stone exterior home with high ceilings, west facing patio, and gourmet country kitchen
    • Oversized 3-car garage
    • 53' x 40' shop with full bathroom
    • 30' x 24' barn
    • 55' x 25' kennel

    Tax Details

    $2,497.36 (2023)




    PID 009-352-911

    Maps & Plans

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    Maps & Plans

    Our property descriptions and geographical information are taken from the BC Assessment Authority, Land Titles Office, government maps and other sources. While LandQuest® does not guarantee the information, we believe it to be accurate, but should not be relied upon without verification. This communication is not intended to cause or induce breach of an existing agency agreement.