Qualicum real estate market report

Real Estate Stats & Sold House Prices in Qualicum

Statistics for the last 90 Days ending May 14, 2024 in Qualicum and Graham Park

There were 5 homes sold in Qualicum and Graham Park in the last 3 months, with an average price of $1,011,500, that's an increase of 11% over this same period last year, and includes all house types.

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Statistics for 2023 in Qualicum

There were 17 homes sold in Qualicum in 2023, with an average price of $1,016,659, that's an increase of 14.1% over the previous year, this includes all house types.

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

  • Single Family House average price was $1,016,659
  • Bungalow average price was $768,975

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

Year # Sales Average Price % Change
2000  26 $250,177  
2001  16 $277,181 10.8%
2002  26 $297,188 7.2%
2003  30 $379,308 27.6%
2004  20 $356,900 -6.3%
2005  19 $389,842 9.2%
2006  21 $361,762 -7.8%
2007  24 $424,377 17.3%
2008  18 $411,011 -3.2%
2009  26 $436,862 6.3%
2010  14 $463,979 6.2%
2011  18 $570,222 22.9%
2012  18 $487,261 -17.0%
2013  19 $531,132 9.0%
2014  18 $550,817 3.7%
2015  26 $525,190 -4.9%
2016  34 $542,971 3.4%
2017  19 $561,053 3.3%
2018  28 $616,979 10%
2019  28 $674,839 9.4%
2020  22 $798,591 18.3%
2021  22 $956,602 23.8%
2022 16 $890,840 -6.9%
2023 17 $1,016,659 14.1%

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About Qualicum

Qualicum-Graham Park or Qualicum as it's known, is named after Qualicum Beach in BC. Qualicum is comprised of two distinct neighbourhoods: Graham Park to the east and Bruce Farm to the west. It's located in the far west of Ottawa and sits just south of the Queensway, east of Richmond Road, north of Baseline Road and west of Morrison Drive. Just to the west of this neighbourhood is the Queensway Carleton Hospital. 

This neighbourhood is comprised of large executive homes with a population of approximately 1,720 residents. The streets are largely named after Aboriginal Peoples and towns in British Columbia such as Esquimalt Avenue, Kitimat Crescent, Mohawk Crescent and Nanaimo Drive. In 2015, Kitsilano Park was built on the former school grounds of Graham Park Public School. You'll find custom homes as well as tract homes built by Minto, Teron and Campeau with some of the most unique examples of mid-century homes.

Amenities include Bayshore Shopping Center, Pinecrest Mall, College Square located on Baseline Road, and the Valley Stream Tennis Park and Tennis Club. Plenty of green space too with Morrison Park to the west and Mohawk Park just north of the neighbourhood.

The area just east is Redwood Park. Walk south and you're in the Leslie Park neighbourhood. You have easy access to the 417 or Highway 416 South.

Schools in the area include:

  • Our Lady of Peace Catholic School (Bells Corners, adjacent)
  • Knoxdale Public School
  • St. Paul's High School
  • Franco Ouest High School
  • Sir Robert Borden High School
  • Bell High School