If you want to live in Carp, check out the real estate listings below. You might also consider looking into Dunrobin or the more Rural areas of West Carleton.
This little village has now expanded to become large enough to stand out from the other small towns in the area. Located in the township of Huntley, and named after the Carp River that runs through the area, the population of this small village is around 9,000 people. The popular Carp Farmer’s Market takes place every Saturday from April/May to October, where local fresh produce is available. Can't get out to Carp, there is another market nearer downtown. Carp usually sees between 30 and 40 home sales per year, which is not that many, but it is a pretty small neighbourhood.
Since 2000 there were 3 years when home prices decreased, but there were also 6 years since 2000 where we saw double digit increases. Carps' main attraction is the Diefenbunker, created as a top secret underground bunker to house the Prime Minister and government members during a nuclear attack in Ottawa. It is now Canada's Cold War museum located just north of the village. The Diefenbunker was also the site of an alleged UFO landing in 1992. The Carp Fair takes place every September.
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