Hampton Real Estate

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Homes for sale in Hampton, NB vary with prices ranging from $49,900 to $699,900.

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The friendly neighbourhood of Hampton is bordered by bodies of water, such as the picturesque Kennebecasis River, and features beautiful treed areas and parks. The town is proud of its history and residents enjoy sharing stories and information with visitors. Hampton is located only about 30 minutes away from Saint John, which provides residents with easy access to many amenities that the larger city has to offer. A mostly residential neighbourhood, Hampton’s dining and commercial options can be found clustered on the area’s main streets.

Hampton is located in the southern section of the province along the Kennebecasis River, near the communities of Lakeside, Passekeag, and Kingston Corner.The neighbourhood extends from Kennebecasis River Road in the west to Hall Road in the east, and from Pickwauket Road in the north toHighway 1in the south. Hampton has a small-town feel, with limited amenities, but plenty of charm and community spirit. Residents enjoy a number of recreational activities and get together at various community events held throughout the year. Public transportation doesn’t really exist in the neighbourhood, so owning a car is recommended.


Hampton, NB

Hampton Real Estate

Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

Kings County Museum has a large collection of artifacts from various periods in Kings County’s history. Exhibits can be found in both the Centennial Building and the nearby jail. The museum provides various workshops, talks, and events throughout the year and also offers genealogy services. The Hampton Golf Club has an 18-hole course set amongst rolling hills and bodies of water. The club offers lessons, a driving range, a chipping green, and a putting green, as well as power cart and club rentals. The clubhouse has an onsite golf shop and bar and grill. Zelda’s River Adventures provides small group tours along the Kennebecasis River in a Zephryus (pontoon boat) that can seat up to 12 people. Tourists can fish from the boat, listen to stories the tour guides tell, or simply enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Hampton’s dining options are somewhat limited, which can be typical of a small town. Kozy Korner on Railway Crescent is a diner offering hearty options like fish and chips, burgers and fries, and full breakfast specials. The restaurant has a simple, cozy interior and friendly service. Pretentious Pig Gastropub on Main Street serves gourmet pub grub and a wide selection of wine and craft beers. The rustic-style venue holds special events like trivia nights and dance parties, and offers live music at various times throughout the week. For Italian cuisine, residents can head to Angelo’s Pizza and Pasta on Main Street, which has dine-in and take-out options. Flavourful dishes are served in a small but comfortable setting in a local strip mall. Station 33 Café and Yoga on Railway Crescent is a brand new spot serving coffee, natural baked goods, smoothies, and other fare featuring local and organic ingredients in a cute, homey location. In the evenings, the space turns into a yoga studio.

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Real Estate

Hampton offers a mix of single-family homes and smaller apartment buildings.The average price for single-detached homes in the area is $209,900, which is higherthan the average price for single-detachedhomes in the province overall($163,793). The population of Hampton is 3,436, and this has increased slightly over the past 15 years. Families make up 21% of the population here, 47% are couples, and 32% are single. The average annual income is $66,319, which is similar to the average annual income in the province as a whole, and 52% of residents are university or college educated.


Pollution/ Noise

Despite Hampton’s proximity to Saint John, the neighbourhood rarely experiences air pollution problems. Noise is generally only an issue near major roadways/highways.

Crime Rate

While the crime rate has risen slightly in Hampton, crime severity has decreased. The most common types of crime in the neighbourhood include breaking and entering (residential and commercial), and fraud.



The Anglophone South School District operates public primary and secondary schools in Hampton.Schools in the neighbourhood include Dr. A. T. Leatherbarrow Primary School, Hampton Elementary School, Hampton Middle School, Hampton High School, and Partners in Alternative Learning. There are no post-secondary institutions in Hampton, so residents must travel outside of the neighbourhood for university or college options. Kingswood University in Sussex (located northeast of Hampton) is a private Christian university that offers classes in ministry, theology, and education. Other post-secondary options can be found in Saint John (southwest of Hampton), and include Eastern College – Saint John Campus, NNBC Saint John, and the University of New Brunswick.

Public Transportation

Hampton does not have its own public transportation system, but the neighbourhood is served by Saint John Transit’s Comex service, which has a bus rapid transit route between Saint John and Hampton that runs from Monday to Friday. Most residents have their own vehicles or get around by walking/biking.


Family Life

Hampton’s parks include the Rotary Nature Park at Spooner Island, which has walking trails, beautiful forested areas, benches, and marshland; Hampton Town Square, featuring a playground, a pavilion, benches, and large grassy areas great for picnicking or enjoying one of the free movies screened there in the summer months; Hampton Community Garden, a garden area where the community comes together to grow produce for those in need; Sunset Villa Playground, with a large grassy area and a playground; Randall Drive Park, which has a basketball net, walking paths, and a grassy area; Lighthouse Park, with a picnic area and access to a public wharf and boat ramp; and Dutch Point Park, which has a playground, large grassy area, and an entrance for the Dutch Point Trail System.

The Hampton Community Centre has an ice rink, an outdoor heated pool, and a T-ball field. Residents enjoy participating in activities such as hockey, swimming, T-ball, speed skating, ball hockey, figure skating, and public skating at the centre. The upper level of the centre has a room available for programs, workshops, and meetings.The Vivien Myles Fowler Library has a large selection of books of various genres for people of all ages. A variety of programs and community events take place at the library throughout the year. Lifestyles Health & Fitness Studio has a wide variety of exercise equipment and offers personal training, nutrition and wellness assessments and counselling, and a variety of special programs and classes.


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