With some of the most affordable housing prices in the lower mainland and the Fraser Valley specifically, every home in Hope, B.C. comes with an awe-inspiring view of mountains, forests, or rivers. In addition to a highly accessible downtown, our walking, cycling, and hiking trails provide easy access to nature, as well as a vital connection to neighborhoods and facilities.
Hope, B.C. has five distinct neighborhoods to consider when looking to purchase or rent a home. Each neighborhood has its own set of features and attractions.
Silver Creek and Floods
Kawkawa Lake & Thacker
The Junction: Hope Princeton Way/Coquihalla
Hope, B.C. is a great place for retirees thanks to its quality of life. The peaceful, small-town atmosphere and limited crowds makes it an inviting community to downsize and spend your golden years. Hope has a convenient transportation system allowing residents to easily access downtown, Kawkawa Lake, and neighboring communities, as well as many walking trails to get to and from different areas of town. Hope, B.C. also has many service clubs and opportunities for residents to volunteer and become involved in their community.
Hope, B.C. has different accommodation providers for individuals looking to downsize or for those that require assistance with their day-to-day lives. There are two affordable housing community complexes: The Ryder « Anhart, which has 40 units, and The Riverstone, a new complex opened in 2021, which has 37 apartments and 8 townhomes.
Other options include Park St Manor, an independent senior retirement home where meals, laundry, and room cleaning are included in the fees. Riverside Manor is an assisted living community part of Fraser Health that caters to seniors who are self-sufficient, well, active and autonomous, but need a little extra care. The Fraser Hope Lodge is a long-term care home that provides 24/7 nursing care.