Famous Fredericton Real Estate Listings

Fredericton real estate sales hit a decade-high according to recently released reports by the Real Estate Board of the Fredericton MLS Area. Sales of residential properties reached 158 units in October 2017 with an increase of 8.2% from sales in the same month in 2016. It was the highest number of sales since October 2007 and the third highest in the history of Fredericton.

There were 1,898 MLS properties sold in the first ten months of 2017, which shows an increase of 5.1% from last year. Sales prices were up by 13% for properties priced $150,000 to $250,00 and an increase of 54,5% for sales ranging from $250,000 to $350,00. The number of listing reached 290 units and showed an increase of 14.6% for October. The Board's MLS Fredericton nb system showed 1,187 active residential listings at the end of October, and the value of residential sales activity was worth $26.8 million.

Fredericton Most Famous Listings

House sales reached a five year high in 216 that saw 2,024 units sold last year and realtors agree that it is a buyer's market that is very favourable to the influx of people moving to Fredericton. Known for offering houses and properties that cost far less other provinces such as Ontario, now is the time to leave your condo in Toronto, enjoy the many Fredericton attractions, and head east to snatch up the most famous MLS listings in Fredericton.

  • As for upscale houses, 125 Golf Club Road, Fredericton, offers Victorian charm on nearly 4 acres. The house built in 1889 offers a unique blend of architectural detail, restored beauty and modern updates prized at $1.150.000.
  • Perfect for individuals that love a river view and outdoor pools, 128 Dunedin Road, Rothesay offers a 4,320 sq ft entertainers dream. Priced at $1,350,00.
  • 269 Rogers Road, Moncton offers its new owner the opportunity to move into a private kingdom. The 6,000-square foot house built on 157.8 acres features a great room overlooking the indoor pool and can only be described as something out of the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, priced at $1,995,000.00.
  • A 14,000-square foot home built on 2.18 acres is what awaits at 8 Rothesay Park Road, Rothesay and for $3,800,000 the new owner has access to 250 feet of Kennebecasis River beachfront.

Fredericton offers a fantastic diversity of properties, catering for all home-owner needs, and each area offers a unique blend of cultures, as well as the desired community built through personal prerequisites.

Frederickson's Neighborhoods

Downtown is waterfront park bordered on the north, and the neighbourhood is home to several historical sites and museums. It is the perfect area for individuals seeking aquatic activities.

Woodstock is situated west of downtown and includes recreational pathways connected to the Trans-Canada Trail. Numerous small parks make it the perfect area for senior citizens.

Hanwell, Kingsclear features both elementary and high schools while several shopping centres offer residence convenient shopping. Excellent athletic facilities are offered by the neighbourhood running track, outdoor pool, ice arena and tennis courts.

New Maryland is a sought-after area with numerous new developments including Castle Acres, Peterson Park, and Springwater Place. Shopping is readily accessible to the city shopping malls, and the neighbourhood is largely rural with huge open spaces and has around 4,000 residents.

Maryville is serviced by a number of high and elementary schools as well as a public library. A senior citizen home is situated in the area known for fantastic Christmas decorations and shopping is convenient at three malls serving the area.

Lincoln is known for its green spaces, students can commute to schools, and the neighbourhood is not far from the shopping malls along Prospect Street. The rural area is home to two mobile home trailer parks, and currently, around 6,000 residents live in Lincoln.

Fredericton Most Desirable Community to Live in

Fredericton's unique population diversity ensures that it is one of the most desirable communities to live in, the minority of the population consists of 0.1 % of Southeast Asian's, 0.3% Latin Americans, 0.1% Pilipino, 1,3 % Black, 1,0 % Chinese and 0.8% South Asian's making up 4.5% of the population. Major Frederickson attractions and city highlights include the Old Government House, Odell Park, Fredericton Exhibition, New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame and The Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival.

Some of the most popular people born in Fredericton includes actress Anna Silk and Gia Milani, Ghostbuster producer Joe Medjuck, actor Booth Savage, Denis Theriault, producer William Beatty, Director Meredith Ralson and composer Time Rideout.

Fredericton is home to several universities including Lansbridge University, Yorkville University, University of Fredericton to name only a few, and has a cosmopolitan air desired by many other cities its size. Its healthful mixture of the city's students offers tourists and residents many ethnic restaurants offering Greek, Caribbean, Indian, Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Japanese, and Lebanese, cuisines, while numerous stores retail ethnic products.