Russell and Embrun real estate market report

Real Estate Stats & Sold House Prices in Russell Embrun

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

There were 116 homes sold in Russell Embrun in the last 3 months, with an average price of $609,186, that's a decrease of 4% over this same period last year, and includes all house types.

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Statistics for 2023 in Russell Embrun

There were 298 homes sold in Russell and Embrun in 2023, with an average price of $613,996, that's a decrease of 10.7% over the previous year, this includes all house types.

Russell / Embrun Historical Home Prices, with Percentage change over Previous Year.

Year # Sales Average Price % Change
2000 166 $134,058 -- 
2001 140 $149,120 11.2%
2002 156 $169,493 13.7%
2003 178 $193,366 14.1%
2004 172 $213,178 10.2%
2005 193 $216,341 1.5%
2006 220 $228,860 5.8%
2007 183 $239,661 4.7%
2008 221 $257,816 7.6%
2009 196 $269,783 4.6%
2010 181 $276,709 2.6%
2011 200 $305,018 10.2%
2012 181 $300,517 -1.5%
2013 176 $307,850 2.4%
2014 223 $308,500 0.2%
2015 252 $319,278 3.5%
2016 235 $309,654 3%
2017 273 $329,947 6.6%
2018 289 $340,150 3.1%
2019 317 $373,027 9.7%
2020 305 $463,081 24.1%
2021 351 $610,667 31.9%
2022 274 $687,751 12.6%
2023 298 $613,996 -10.7%

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About Russell / Embrun

The bedroom community of Russell is part of Russell Township in Eastern Ontario, about 40km southeast of Ottawa. With a predominantly English-speaking community it's a police village with the majority of its 4,464 (at 2016 Census) inhabitants commuting to Ottawa for work. 

The town produces quite a number of hockey prospects; the most notable are to the Embrun Panthers Jr. C hockey team. They have a swimming pool, skating area, library, all-weather running track, curling rink and daily services. Residents can take advantage of practicing lawyers, doctors, dentists and other professionals.

Named after Embrun, France, Embrun is the largest community in the Township of Russell in Eastern Ontario, neighbouring Russell. With 57% of its residents speaking French, Embrun is a bedroom community with most having a post-secondary education working in Ottawa's civil service or large high-tech sector. After the Great Depression, decline in agriculture industry and rural depopulation, Embrun recovered and began to grow rapidly with the construction of Highway 417 which significantly cut down travel time to Ottawa. Embrun's population has seen a 25% jump from 2016 to 2021 to 8,680 residents.

Prior to  mid-20th century, agriculture was the main employment base, and it still has a strong presence as a major distributor of dairy products and bovine. Embrun has a large number of French-Canadian families that grow and sell their own produce in the village as well as in Farmers' Markets in Ottawa's Byward Market and Westboro neighbourhood.

Embrun has a number of distinct neighbourhoods, separated by open space. This will likely change with the amount of infill planned in the municipality.

  • Embrun Business Park: extreme west, home to almost all major business in the town, Place d'Embrun Shopping Centre, restaurant chains and major services, but lacks small business. Mostly commercial.
  • Industrial Park: mostly warehouses, OPP station
  • Chantal Development: quiet residential in the west, infill subdivision planned to the north
  • Town Centre/Centre-Ville: two schools and a church, with some infill and more planned
  • Lapointe Development: in the eastern part of Embrun, currently undergoing infill expansion.
  • Embrun South: housing subdivision, and older, mixed development.
  • Maplevale: South of Lapointe Development, more affuent with higher land values and larger homes.

Transit:

While OC Transpo doesn't directly service the area, there is a Park and Ride 8 km away to take communters to Ottawa for the work day. They also have a Trillium Coach Lines service with 3 peak-hour express routes to downtown Ottawa, but it's more expensive than OC Transpo.

Schools:

There are a large number of schools serving Russell and Embrun students.

  • English Public: Cambridge Public School, Russell High School
  • English Catholic: Mother Teresa Elementary School, St. Thomas Acquinas Secondary School
  • French Public: De la Rivière Castor Elementary School, L'Académie de la Seigneurie
  • French Catholic: École élémentaire catholique Embrun, École secondaire catholique Embrun