Chatelaine Village real estate market report

Real Estate Stats & Sold House Prices in Chatelaine Village

Statistics for the last 90 Days ending April 15, 2024 in Chatelaine Village

There were 16 homes sold in Chatelaine Village in the last 3 months, with an average price of $544,394, that's a decrease of 5.1% over this same period last year, and includes all house types.

Statistics for 2023 in Chatelaine Village

The average price of a home in Chatelaine Village in 2023 was $553,501, that's a decrease of 0.3% over the previous year, this includes all house types.

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

  • Single Family House average price was $644,540
  • Bungalow average price was $606,066
  • Townhouse average price was $556,420
  • Condo average price was $470,398

Chatelaine Village Historical Home Prices, with Percentage change over Previous Year.

Year # Sales Average Price % Change
2000 84 $129,940  
2001 92 $145,640 12.1%
2002 71 $160,330 10.1%
2003 62 $179,579 12.0%
2004 82 $189,937 5.8%
2005 72 $199,528 5.0%
2006 61 $204,494 2.5%
2007 71 $216,165 5.7%
2008 70 $228,345 5.6%
2009 68 $257,063 12.6%
2010 99 $293,448 14.2%
2011 81 $290,517 -1.0%
2012 95 $301,580 3.8%
2013 80 $279,719 -7.8%
2014 71 $296,466 6.0%
2015 86 $286,969 -3.3%
2016 70 $309,334 7.8%
2017 84 $284,746 -8.6%
2018 70 $337,101 18.4%
2019 91 $351,649 4%
2020 93 $488,424 39%
2021 120 $519,833 6.4%
2022 76 $553,264 6.4%
2023 61 $553,501 -0.3%

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About Chatelaine Village

Chatelaine Village is south of the Ottawa River with its woods and walking paths, north of the Queensway, west of Trim Road and east of Champlain Street. Residents enjoy stunning views across the Ottawa River to neighbouring Quebec. 

The north end of this neighbourhood is right on the Ottawa River at Petrie Island with a great Sandy Beach and Marina. Brigil is currently building Condo Towers in this area called Petrie's Landing, with Phase 1 now completed and Tower 3 for possession in 2023, and Petrie's Landing II, now 85% rented; it's "hotel living at home." This is the most northern neighbourhood in Orleans, with very easy access to the Queensway west to Shenkman Arts Centre, Place d'Orleans and onward to Ottawa. Jeanne D'Arc Boulevard runs right through the middle to access the rest of Orleans.

After a 10-month delay owing to the pandemic, residents can now look forward to completion of the eastern section of the Confederation O-Train Line from Blair Station to Trim Road which is on track to be finished in 2024.