2020 house prices in ottawa neighbourhoods recap

Which neighbourhoods had the highest average prices and the biggest increase in price in 2020?

This blog post is taking a look at the larger communities throughout Ottawa and showing you which neighbourhood had the highest sales price for that communty, as well as which had the buggest increase in price over the previous year.

Central

Most expensive homes sold were in the Glebe and Dows Lake areas, average price of $997,407

The biggest increase in price was in Lowertown at 26%

East

Most expensive homes sold were in Rockcliffe Park, average price of $1,914,863

The biggest increase in price was in CFB and area at 36.2%

West

Most expensive home sold was in Civic Hospital and Experimental Farm average price of $996,525

The biggest increase in price was in Glabar Park McKellar Heights with prices up by 46.6%

Far West

Most expensive home sold was in Whitehaven, average prices were $854,487

The biggest increase in price was in Redwood Park at 38%

South

Most expensive home sold was in Pineglen and Country Place, average price was $733,656

The biggest increase in price was in Windsor Park Village at 51%

Barrhaven

Most expensive home sold was in Cedar Hill and Orchard Estates, average was $1,465,535

The biggest increase in price was in Cedar Hill and Orchard Estates at 36.5%

Kanata

Most expensive home sold was in Rural Kanata areas, where average price was $864,457

The biggest increase in price was in Glencairn Hazeldean at 29%

Orleans

Most expensive home sold was in Cardinal Creek and Camelot, with average prices at $608,293

The biggest increase in price was in Chatelaine Village at 39%

Outskirts

Most expensive home sold was in Manotick, with average price of $859,526

The biggest increase in price was in Clarence Rockland at 27.9%

Want more local statistics and historical prices for all neighbourhoods over the years, check out our Local Market Reports