Edmundston Real Estate

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Edmundston is at the edge of the New Brunswick "panhandle".

It is in the northwestern part of the province, near both the Quebec and US borders.

High and rocky, Edmundston is in the northeastern section of the Appalachian Mountains.

The first role Edmundston served was as a meeting place and campsite for the Wolastoqiyik Nation when they migrated.

In the late 1800’s it became a refuge site for other Wabanaki people.

Edmundston is located near the falls where the Madawaska and the Saint John rivers meet.

Edmundston surrounds the St. Basile 10/Madawaska Maliseet First Nation reserve.

It was originally called Petit Sault but was renamed Edmundston in 1851 in honor of Sir Edmund Walker Head, Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick from 1848 to 1854.

He then served as Governor-General of Canada from 1854 to 1861.


Edmundston, New Brunswick

  • Country: Canada

  • Province: New Brunswick

  • Population: 16,032

  • Area:

    Land: 107.00 km2

    Urban: 38.07 km2

    Metro: 902.18 km2


Lifestyle and Culture

In its earliest days, Edmundston was a logging settlement. The present population is largely French and Catholic. It is the third largest predominately francophone city in New Brunswick. Edmundston’s climate is humid continental. The highest summer temperature was just under 100 F in June of 1919. Its lowest recorded temperature was -46.5 °F, January 16, 2009. Normal January lows average -18 F and June average highs are around 71 F.


Entertainment and Tourism

In June, the cityhosts the Edmundston Jazz and Blues Festival. Each August, there is a large cultural festival, the French-themed FoireBrayonne. Two provincial historical sites lure historians to the area. Built in 1924, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is a fine example of Roman and Gothic architecture.

Erected in 1841, Fortin du Petit-Sault was erected duringa boundary dispute betweenthe Britishand the Americans. It was rebuilt in 2000. République Provincial Park is a large area of green space with facilities. There is also a pedestrian downtown including retail stores, restaurants, a hotel and a convention centre. Edmundstonalso has several museums including the Antique Automobile Museumand the Madawaska Historic Museum. The New Brunswick Botanical Gardencovers seven hectares of land and has over 80,000 plants. It is the largest Canadian arboretum east of Montreal. Cycle the Petit Temis Trail or rent a mountain bike and try the mountain trails. Take a walk downtown and sample the local food, andbe sure to try the ployes (traditional Acadian flatbread). While you are at it, why not sample the local brew as well? At the Petit Sault Brewery you can taste before you buy.

Try the IPA or the summer favorite Tante Blance with its citrus taste. You can buy a few growlers and a six pack. Perfect for a picnic. In winter, visitors to Edmundstoncan go downhill skiing at nearby Mont Farlagne. The rivers provide a venue for fishing, water sports, boating and swimming.

Entertainment and Tourism

Real Estate Market

Edmundston, located at the northern tip of the US state of Maine, is near many appealing sites. With a population of just over 16,000 the area is easy to drive around yet large enough to provide cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities. The area is rich in cultural, historical landmarks and has many religious and social venues. The economy is booming in Edmundston. Not surprisingly real estate is too. The fact that the American dollar has such buying power at the moment makes a summer home in Canada appealing to American buyers. Across the country as a whole, Edmundston is in the lowest priced 40% when all of Canada’s suburbs are listed in order of real estate listing prices.

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Home Style Median Price
Home $147,000
Apartment $124,500

The table above is based on data from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) National MLS® Report for April 2016 (the latest information available). Median prices are based on data from www.canadianrealestatemagazine.ca.



Situated in the midst of heavily forested terrain, it’s not surprising that Edmundston’s economy is dependent upon trees. The river supplies water for the pulp and paper industry and product is moved by rail. Historically, the St. John River also supplied the means of moving logs from upstream forests. Pulpwood is now delivered to manufacturing plants by truck and rail. Sawmills and pulp and paper plants dot the city,the largest owned by Twin Rivers, Norbord and Nexfor. Another important hirer is Pattison Sign,maker of illuminated signs and plastics.