Carleton Place Real Estate Stats & History of Average Prices, # Sales from 2000-Present
Carleton Place Home Prices (including Condos), Percentage Increase / Decrease over Previous Year.
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There's a choice of older homes with substantial new developments ongoing. Country living and friendly people is what Carleton Place offers. The population of Carleton Place has increased by almost 18% between Census 2016 and 2021, now sitting at 12,517 residents, making it the fastest growing municipality in Canada. The median household income in 2016 was $71,481, suggesting that has likely also grown at a similar pace.
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Born and raised in Carleton Place, Canadian Captain Arthur Roy Brown was recognized as one of the last Allied airmen to fight and shoot down WWI German fighter pilot Manfred von Richthofen, better known as the Red Baron. You can see flying ace Captain Brown proudly displayed on a huge mural by Ottawa artist Shaun McInnis, on an exterior wall of the Beckwith Heritage Museum, and learn about his life inside the Museum and at the Carleton Place Visitor Information Centre.
Must Eats / Must Experience in Carleton Place
- Black Tartan Kitchen, rated 4.9 on Google Reviews
- FREKSA Café and Eatery open 9-3 daily for Breakfast and Lunch
- Sagar Indian Cuisine
- Boulton House
- St. James Gate Irish Pub and Restaurant
- The Waterfront Gastropub
- Sinders Bridal House - dressing brides and their parties for decades
- The Grand Hotel
- Braumeister Brewing Company
- Parrot Partners wildlife rehabilitation
- Beckwith Nature Trail
- Mississippi River Walk
- Carleton Place Farmers' Market
Carleton Place has seen many changes, with the big-box stores arriving and new home builders moving in and developing new neighbourhoods. You'll find some great architecture with some of the old textile mills converted to condos, all with a nice view. The widening of highway #7 to Ottawa means the travel time to downtown has been cut substantially to about 20 minutes to get to a Sens game!
Access to the Mississippi Lake is another hallmark of Carleton Place, home to the oldest canoe club in Canada. Carleton Place Farmers' Market opened in 1991 where residents can buy locally grown and crafted products. Dog owners and nature lovers can enjoy the myriad parks and walking trails in and around Carleton Place.
Schools in Carleton Place include: Arklan Community Public School, Caldwell Street Public School, Carambeck Public School, Carleton Place High School, École Catholique J.L. Couroux as well as the Mississippi School for the Arts.