Carleton Heights and Mooneys Bay real estate market report

Statistics for the last 90 Days ending May 12, 2024 in Carleton Heights & Mooney's Bay

There were 6 homes sold in Carleton Heights in the last 3 months, with an average price of $566,333, that's an decrease of 46.2% over this same period last year, this includes all house types.

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Statistics for 2023 in Carleton Heights and Mooney's Bay

There were 23 homes sold in Carleton Heights and Mooney's Bay in 2023, with an average price of $841,183, that's an increase of 67% over the same period last year, and includes all house types.

What is the average price for a home in Carleton Heights, by type of property in 2023?

  • Single Family House average price was $1,229,067
  • Bungalow average price was $960,000
  • Townhouse average price was $426,667
  • Condo average price was $414,800

Carleton Heights historical home prices, with the percent change over the previous year

Year # Sales Average Price % Change
2000 22 $200,395  
2001 25 $194,126 -3.2%
2002 20 $190,925 -1.7%
2003 20 $274,950 44.0%
2004 14 $385,979 40.4%
2005 23 $315,474 -22.3%
2006 29 $291,334 -8.3%
2007 20 $347,450 19.3%
2008 20 $332,398 -4.5%
2009 19 $346,366 4.2%
2010 17 $318,765 -8.6%
2011 18 $418,678 31.3%
2012 23 $425,768 1.7%
2013 19 $442,216 3.9%
2014 17 $447,147 1.1%
2015 17 $503,999 12.7%
2016 19 $421,489 -19.6%
2017 29 $470,702 11.7%
2018 23 $454,020 -3.5%
2019 22 $485,670 7%
2020 25 $647,692 33%
2021 25 $792,321 22.3%
2022 20 $818,900 3.4%
2023 23 $841,183 2.7%

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About Carleton Heights

The laid back neighbourhood of Carleton Heights has a population of 7,586 at Canada 2016 Census and you'll find it in Ottawa's River Ward, bounded by the Central Experimental Farm to the north, Rideau River to the east, Fisher Avenue to the west and at the junction of Prince of Wales Drive and Fisher Avenue to the south.

Here homes were developed after World War II for War Veterans, thanks to the Veterans' Land Act. Most homes were built in the 1950s. While the houses are small, they were built on larger lots which were later subdivided. Today you can find many inexpensive condos and townhomes in Carleton Heights. The neighbourhood has an abundance of apartment buildings as well as detached and semi-detached homes, giving lots of choice. Most of the available housing was built between 1960 and 1980.

Located within the area is the Carleton Heights Community Centre, run by the City of Ottawa and offering recreation for preschoolers all the way up to older adults, including play groups, camps, fitness classes, sports, and arts; and Curling Club. 

Carleton Heights Public School is for Junior Kindergarten to Grade Six, offering English and Middle French Immersion

The northern part of the neighbourhood is sometimes referred to as Hog's Back owing to its proximity to the Hog's Back Falls and its associated Park. Residents can also take advantage of Mooney's Bay, just down Riverside Drive.

Walking in this neighbourhood is pretty much exclusively for exercise, as residents rely on owning a car or travelling by bus.