The village of Anmore is a cozy, rural community situated above Port Moody. Anmore's name is derived from a combination of the first settler's wife's and
daughter's names, Annie and Lenore. Anmore officially became a village in 1987, and is home to the very popular summer destination, Buntzen Lake.
Anmore's General Store offers canoe rentals to take down to the lake, and Buntzen Lake also consists of many horse and bike trails. Recent upscale
developments places Anmore in the higher end of the real estate market. There are stil some older properties in the lower range of the market but
these properties are diminishing as new upscale homes in the $1,000,000+ range of the market are becoming the norm. Anmore zoning bylaws allow for
minimum lot sizes of 1 acre parcels. Only a few properties present prior to the bylaw have lot sizes smaller.
Anmore's amenities are basic. Recreational include Buntzen Lake picnic, swimming areas and hiking trails. An Elementary school. A general convenience store. A campground and horse trails.
Most amenities can be accessed in the lower portion of Port Moody or neighbouring Coquitlam.
The beauty of Anmore is its natural setting away from the hustle and bustle of the city below while still being close enough to all the urban amenities we require while living in
the Greater Vancouver area. It can best be described as a tranquil jewel hidden above the busy streets of the Tri-Cities and Greater Vancouver.
Team Phil Haig specializes in the particular needs of those buying or selling in Anmore for its unique geography within the Port Moody and the desire for those looking
for an exclusive area within the Tri-City area.
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