Avalon includes Nottingate, Notting Hill, Springridge and Summerside neighbourhoods too.
History of Average Sold House Prices in the Avalon area
The table below shows you the historical prices for Avalon going back as far as 2000, with the percent change each year
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Avalon Historically consisted of a predominantly francophone population and is a newer development in Orleans just west of Beaconhill. Avalon offers close access to all the amenities found in the greater Orleans areas like YMCA, Place d’Orleans Mall, as well as Easy access to Highway 417. Orleans served as a police village from 1922 to 1974 where it was known as St. Joseph d’Orleans.
You can find a lot of newer homes as well as under construction and in all price ranges to suit your needs There are many home types here and different builders to choose from. Large Single Family Detached homes, Freehold Townhomes as well as Stacked Condo Terrace Homes and new Apartment Buildings too. Minto is probably the main builder in this area.
This neighbourhood in Orleans is located south of Innes Road, West of Mer-Bleue Road, North of Wall Road and East of Trim Road. Home builders in this neighbourhood include Ashcroft, Brigil, Minto, Mattamy, Richcraft, Tamarack and Urbandale.Highway 417 is easily accessible to take you downtown and to other parts of the city with ease. The OC Transpo also services the area.
Residents have access to the François Dupuis Recreation Centre that features 2 pools, a fitness center and 3 multipurpose rooms.There is no shortage of parks and green space in the area with Aquaview Park being the largest with walking trails and a Community Hall.