Bay Roberts Real Estate

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CITY GUIDE
Bay Roberts, Newfoundland

Located in the southeastern portion of the province, Bay Roberts is home to over 11,000 people. The city covers 103.71 square kilometres near the communities of Spaniard’s Bay, Coley’s Point South, Otterbury, and Clarke’s Beach and is located on the north shore of Conception Bay on the northeastern Avalon Peninsula.

Highway 70 (Conception Bay Highway) runs through the city and connects it to a number of nearby communities. Numerous small ponds surround the city, including Shearstown Pond, Beaver Pond, Rocky Pond, Goose Pond, Third Pond, Long Beach Pond, and Black Duck Pond.

KEY FACTS:

Bay Roberts, Newfoundland

Bay Roberts, Newfoundland
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Newfoundland

  • Population: 6,012

  • Area: 23.92 km2

Lifestyle

Lifestyle and Culture

The northern section of Bay Roberts includes residential areas, churches, schools, service providers, shops, parks, ponds, shoreline, government offices, attractions, a few small restaurants, beautiful scenery, a post office, and a medical centre.

The city’s central section has residential areas, shops, restaurants, service providers, churches, accommodations, an arena, schools, parks, and a bowling alley.

Residential areas, a shopping mall, restaurants, service providers, a post office, an animal hospital, ponds, parks, accommodations, churches, and schools can all be found in the city’s southern section.

Lifestyle

Entertainment and Tourism

The Christopher Pratt Gallery is an art gallery showcasing works by Newfoundland artist Christopher Pratt, as well as permanent and temporary exhibitions of works by a variety of other artists, both local and international. The gallery is located in the Cable Building National Historic Site, which also houses the Road to Yesterday Museum. This museum focuses on exhibits and information on the commercial history and lifestyles of Bay Roberts at the turn of the 20th century. Around 3,000 artifacts are on display, depicting things such as military history, pottery fragments found in the area from the 1500s, and clothing worn in the past.

Bay Roberts’ park areas include Shearstown Playground, East End Playground, Coley’s Point Playground, Butlerville Playground Area, and the Community Gardens, which are used for a variety of events, including picnics, Canada Day celebrations, and seasonal events like the Halloween Lantern Festival. Goose Pond Eco Park features a walking trail that follows the shore of Goose Pond, beautiful greenspace, benches, and many birdwatching and wildlife viewing opportunities. The park is a popular spot for walking, picnicking, geocaching, and enjoying the variety of wildlife in the warmer months, and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the colder months.

Entertainment and Tourism
economy

Economic

Bay Roberts’ economic history was built on the fishing industry, but today major industries in the city include services, retail, trades, manufacturing, healthcare, and tourism. About half of the province’s population can get to the city within an hour, which provides easy access for shopping, dining, and enjoying the city’s entertainment and recreation options. The Bay Roberts Business Park offers space for a number of different businesses, including retail and service companies.

The city’s Tourism and Development Department provides information, resources, and assistance to new and existing businesses, as well as those who are interested in investing in the city’s economic development.

economy

Real Estate Market

A mix of affordable vacant land, reasonably priced single-family homes, and commercial space can be found in the city’s northern section. There are both older and newer single-family homes available here, both of which can provide affordable homeownership options. Many homes are situated on large, rural-style lots.

Vacant land is plentiful in Bay Roberts’ central section, and comes at a variety of price points, depending on location and size. Single-family homes tend to be affordable here, although there are some larger, newer, higher-priced options available also. Commercial space in this section tends to be retail or restaurant-based.

In the city’s southern section, single-family homes make up the majority of the real estate and tend to be slightly more expensive than the homes are in the northern and central sections. Single-family homes are often larger and are on desirable lots in this section.

Real Estate Market
Education

Education

School options in Bay Roberts include Amalgamated Academy, Ascension Collegiate, and Coley’s Point Primary. Other options found nearby include Holy Redeemer Elementary, St. Peter’s Elementary School, Bishop O’Neill Collegiate, and St. Francis High School.

Canadian Training Institute is the only post-secondary option located in the city, and offers programs in commercial truck driving and heavy equipment operation. Other options in nearby communities include College of the North Atlantic, Keyin College, Operating Engineers College, and Ibew College.

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