Houses for sale in St Norbert, Winnipeg are in a southern Winnipeg community featuring a mix of residential, institutional, educational, and recreational developments. Residents can take advantage of indoor and outdoor rinks at the St. Norbert Community Centre, hike the St. Norbert Heritage Trails, or enjoy the tranquil environment of the St. Norbert Arts Centre. This historic community offers a rural setting with plenty of urban amenities close at hand. Residents can stroll through the picturesque neighbourhood, taking in historical sites such as the Trappist Monastery Provincial Park or meet up for drinks, dining, and entertainment at the St. Norbert Hotel. To reflect the community's French heritage, many of the newer buildings have incorporated details such as French-paned windows and wrought-iron balconies.
Houses for sale in Grandmont Park and Richmond Lakes, Winnipeg are in communities where there are beautiful areas with a small forest, lake, and play structures that connect to Ducharme Park, whose trails eventually lead to Pembina Highway and the Community Centre.
The greater city area, considered simply Fort Garry, has neigbourhoods running alongside both sides of Pembina offering a range of housing prices from bungalows in Fort Garry proper, to large multi-storey homes in the older area of Whyte Ridge and the new ever-expanding burbs of Bridgwater, to farm-style abodes down in St. Norbert, where the city meets the prairie. Due to the constant growth of the Bridgwater area, more and more amenities like restaurants and shopping continue to pop up, however the area lacks primary and secondary schools.
Real Estate Statistics
The total units of single family detached homes sold in 2020 were
For recent annual statistics of the entire Winnipeg Regional Real Estate market read this article 2020 Winnipeg Real Estate Market In Review
School divisions generally include multiple MLS® areas. Other schools within the same school division may also serve this area and the following schools are within this MLS area: