Compare house prices and Sales, see how they've changed in Orleans Neighbourhoods

compare house prices in orleans march 2022

These stats are for the last 6 months ending March 16, 2022 compared to the same period in 2021. Find out which area had the most sales, where the highest priced sales were and which one had the highest increase in price.

  • Most Sales: Fallingbrook saw 157 homes sold
  • Highest Average Selling Prices: Cardinal Creek and Camelot at $750,395
  • Largest Price Increases: Chapel Hill up 27%
  • Fastest Sales: Cardinal Creek/Camelot homes sold in an average of just 6 days
  • Highest Sale Price: Detached 2-storey, 4-bed, 5-bath in Chapel Hill for $1,450,000

Notable statistics for Orleans Neighbourhoods

Cardinal Creek and Camelot are standing out this month with the fastest sales and highest average selling price, while Chapel Hill prices are up the most with the highest priced sale.

Of the 665 homes that sold in Orleans over the past 6 months, all neighbourhoods saw average price increases from 4% to 27%, 78 were sold for $400,000 or lower and 22 sold for $1,000,000 and above.


Click on any Orleans neighbourhood to see more information as well as the history of house prices for that area. DN = District Neighbourhood Code

Avalon, Nottingate, Springridge (DN 1107)

The average house price in Avalon area was $662,039, an increase of 4%. There were 36 home sales versus 49 last year and it took an average of 10 days for homes to sell versus 9 days last year.

Mer Bleue/Bradley Estates/Anderson Park (DN 2013)

The average house price in Bradley Estates was $709,487, an increase of 13%. There were 76 home sales versus 81 last year and it took an average of 17 days for homes to sell versus 11 days last year.

Chapel Hill/Chapel Hill South (DN 2008,2009,2012)

The average house price in Chapel Hill was $741,762, an increase of 27%. There were 84 home sales versus 113 last year and it took an average of 13 days for homes to sell versus 10 days last year.

Convent Glen (DN 2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006,2007)

The average house price in Convent Glen was $508,483, an increase of 6%. There were 113 home sales versus 138 last year and it took an average of 14 days for homes to sell versus 11 last year.

Chateauneuf (DN 2010)

The average house price in Chateauneuf was $630,681, an increase of 12%. There were 48 home sales versus 62 last year and it took an average of 11 days for homes to sell versus 8 days last year.

Chatelaine Village (DN 1101)

The average house price in Chatelaine Village was $529,809, an increase of 11%. There were 43 home sales in Chatelaine Village versus 59 last year and it took an average of 13 days for homes to sell versus 18 days last year.

Cardinal Creek and Camelot (DN 1110)

The average house price in Cardinal Creek area was $750,395, an increase of 5%. There were 19 home sales versus 9 last year and it took an average of 6 days for homes to sell versus 21 days last year.

Queenswood Heights/Billberry Creek (DN 1104,1102)

The average house price in Queenswood Heights was $583,671, an increase of 14%. There were 68 home sales versus 111 last year and it took an average of 12 days for homes to sell versus 11 days last year.

Fallingbrook/Pineridge/Gardenway/Ridgemount (DN 1106,1105,1103)

The average house price in Fallingbrook was $622,811, an increase of 15%. There were 157 home sales versus 178 last year and it took an average of 12 days for homes to sell versus 10 days last year.

Orleans Village/Sunridge (DN 2011)

The average house price in Orleans Village and Sunridge was $661,814, an increase of 13%. There were 21 home sales versus 33 last year and it took an average of 23 days for homes to sell versus 9 days last year.

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