Manotick real estate market report

Real Estate Stats & Sold House Prices in Manotick

Statistics for the last 90 Days ending May 27, 2024 in Manotick

There were 59 homes sold in Manotick in the last 3 months, with an average price of $1,086,414, that's an increase of 5.4% over this same period last year, and includes all house types.

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Statistics for 2023 in Manotick

There were 174 homes sold in Manotick in 2023, with an average price of $1,033,164, that's an increase of 1.3% over the previous year, this includes all house types.

Manotick Historical Home Prices, with Percentage change over Previous Year.

Year # Sales Average Price % Change
2000 173 $280,690  
2001 109 $327,701 16.7%
2002 123 $346,533 5.7%
2003 112 $401,453 15.8%
2004 132 $405,423 1.0%
2005 126 $426,772 5.3%
2006 128 $467,458 9.5%
2007 148 $496,566 6.2%
2008 116 $538,345 8.4%
2009 105 $549,728 2.1%
2010 114 $557,094 1.3%
2011 114 $592,728 6.4%
2012 108 $618,766 4.4%
2013 101 $628,773 1.6%
2014 113 $615,190 -2.2%
2015 121 $682,257 10.9%
2016 130 $654,632 -4.2%
2017 166 $702,318 7.3%
2018 134 $755,188 7.5%
2019 138 $781,293 3.5%
2020 177 $995,927 27.5%
2021 170 $1,284,372 24.2%
2022 183 $1,061,610 -17.3%
2023 174 $1,075,034 1.3%

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About Manotick

Manotick is a charming and tranquil waterfront village along the Rideau River, approximately 25 kilometres south of Ottawa. It was settled in the 1830s for the purpose of logging, milling and trading after the Rideau Canal was constructed.  Moss Kent Dickenson in 1864 named it after the Ojibwa word for island in the river, and he and Joseph Currier opened the grist mill which is now called Watson's Mill - Canada's oldest operating grist and flour mill. You can take a tour and learn all about the process.

A strong surge of residential development started in the 1980s and in 2001, Manotick was amalgamated with the City of Ottawa and at 2016 Census, about 4,500 people now reside here. Mahogany Community is a sub-neighbourhood in Manotick, originally planned by Minto to have 1,800 homes built but was cut down to 1,400 due to the opposition of residents afraid of losing its small town ambience. The growth has been cut down to 70 homes per year for better growth assimilation. You'll find up-scale homes here and limited availability. The town is walkable which adds to the peace and charm you'll experience. In 2021 with 170 home sales the average price was over $1M. It's a very coveted area being out of the hustle and bustle, with easy access to the rest of Ottawa and other rural towns.

Manotick is a popular spot for travelers and locals to enjoy boutique and art gallery shopping and patio lunches. The Black Dog and Babbos Cucina Italiana are both mainstays for delicious food and ambience. At the same time, everyday needs can be satisfied with brands such as LCBO, Rexall, The Beer Store, Anytime Fitness, Home Hardware and McDonough's Independent Grocer. In addition you'll find massage therapy, chiropractors, a medical clinic and optometric centre.

In nearby North Gower, golfers can enjoy Manderley on the Green, with 3 9-hole golf courses.

Schools include: Manotick Public School and the St. Leonard Catholic School, offering English and French. Students in high school can attend St. Mark Catholic High School locally or South Carleton High School in Richmond. Local nursery schools include: My Little Preschool and Manotick Montessori. Others can be found in the surrounding communities of Barrhaven and Riverside South.