Homes for sale in Orleans and Cumberland, all neighbourhoods included.

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225 Alvin Road, Suite 212
$224,500 CAD Manor Park Condominium 2 2
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985 Sheenboro CR
MLS® $369,900 CAD Fallingbrook/Pineridge Residential 3 3
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309 Amiens St
MLS® $309,000 CAD Queenswood Heights Residential 3 1
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3568 Wilhaven Drive
MLS® $199,900 CAD Cumberland Residential 2 1
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1624 Trenholm La, Suite Ottawa ON
$294,900 CAD Fallingbrook/Pineridge Residential 3 2
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750 St Andre Dr, Suite 71B
MLS® $194,900 CAD Hiawatha Park Condominium 2 2
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300 Fairlakes
$495,000 CAD Avalon Residential 4 3
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1379 Superior Court
$569,900 CAD Chateauneuf Residential 4 4
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1022 Candlewood
MLS® $329,900 CAD Avalon Residential 4 3
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886 Ashenvale Way
MLS® $349,900 CAD Avalon Residential 3 3
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More information about the Orleans areas and neighbourhoods.

Orleans has a great selection of housing types, from townhomes, single family homes, as well as condos, some with superb waterfront views. Some areas are on the fringe of the country where you'll see lots of wildlife.

There's a lot of construction going on here, residential as well as the commercial strip along Inness Road, where you'll find all the big outlets, as well as the new Athletic Club, Rona and a new Movie Theatre.

If you're not sure about the area, we can help guide you to the neighbourhoods that will best suit your needs.

The commute time to downtown Ottawa can be done in 15-20 minutes, but that can double during rush hours. You can also take the bus, and use the Park-And-Ride.

Orleans West neighbourhoods

Chapel Hill

  • It’s divided into Chapel Hill North and Chapel Hill South, Innes Rd is the dividing line.

  • Homes were planned amidst breathtaking woodlands, a ravine, and extensive parkland with many calling it the “Enchanting Woodland Community”

  • The neighbourhood is one of the outer suburbs of Ottawa

  • The west side of the community of Chapel Hill features Green’s Creek Conservation area


  • A community with a strong francophone population

  • There is easy access to two grocery stores including a specialty food store, two schools, and a large selection of recreation sites and facilities.

Convent Glen

  • Lots of park space including: Hiawatha Park, Tery Fox Participark Park, Mystery Park, Bilberry Park, and Jeanne D’Arc Park

  • Neighbourhood is located on the south bank of the Ottawa River

Haiwatha Park

  • Located on the shores of the Ottawa River, is said to be a charming and scenic neighbourhood to reside.

Mer Bleue/Bradley Estates/Anderson Park

  • Home of the Mer Bleue Conversation area

Orleans/Sunridge, Orleans Wood

  • A short drive by car or bus ride brings you to Orleans Town Centre and Place d’Orleans Mall, where the 28,000-square-foot Ruddy Family Y, a Mayfair cinema, and the busy Shenkman Arts Centre are located.


Orleans East Neighbourhoods

  • Historically consisted of a predominantly francophone population

  • Avalon is a newer development at 5 years old in Orleans just west of Beaconhill, offers close access to all the amenities found in the greater Orleans areas like YMCA, Place d’Orleans Mall.

  • Easy access to Highway 417

  • Orleans served as a police village from 1922 to 1974 where it was known as St. Joseph d’Orleans.


  • A suburb in Orleans bounded by Tenth Line Road west, St. Joseph Boulevard North, Trim Road east and Innes Road south.

  • Closest beach is Petrie Island

  • A natural beauty located in the neighbourhood is Princess Louise Falls located below Princess Louise Drive, residents can access the falls through pedestrian trails.

Queenswood Heights

  • The neighbourhood of Queenswood is a suburb of East Ottawa bounded by St. Joseph Boulevard north, Innes Road south and Tenth Line Road east.

  • There are 3 elementary schools located in the area: Our Lady of Wisdom Catholic School, Ecole Elementaire catholique Reines-Des-Bois and Dunning Foubert Elementary school


  • A small community on the Ottawa River

  • Population in 2001 was 3,647

  • Home of the Cumberland Village Heritage Museum


  • The European settlements in this area date back to the 1820s when it was known as Bearbrook Station.


  • The first residents in the area, today known as Sarsfield were mostly French-Canadians from Lower Canada.

  • The village got its name in 1874 when Irishman Michael O’Meara opened a post office and gave it the name of an Irish hero, Patrick Sarsfield.  


  • The origins of the name Vars is said to have two stories.

  • First is that the people decided to name the community after the four people who brought the post office to the area: Mc(V)eigh, (A)rmstrong, (R)onan, and (S)mith.

  • Secondly, a retired priest from Embrun named Abbé C. Guillaume, gave it the name in memory of the village of Vars, in France.


areas covered in Orleans

Neighbourhoods covered in Orleans include:

Chatelaine Village, Bilberry Creek, Queenswood Heights, Fallingbrook and Ridgemount, Queenswood Heights South, Fallingbrook/Pineridge, Fallingbrook, Gardenway, Avalon, Nottingate, Springridge, Convent Glen, Hiawatha Park/Convent Glen, Orleans Wood, Convent Glen South, Convent Glen North, Chapel Hill, Chateauneuf, Orleans/Sunridge, Chapel Hill South, Mer Bleue, Bradley Estates, Anderson Park, Cumberland areas, and Navan.