Whitby, ON Real Estate & Houses for Sale

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Homes for sale in Whitby, ON vary with prices ranging from $214,900 to $4,500,000.

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Located in Southern Ontario with a population of approximately 122,000 people, Whitby is a town that covers 146 square kilometers of land and is considered to be a part of the Greater Toronto Area.

Whitby is known for having a mix of urban and rural sections. This made it an attractive town that contains a diversity of ethnicities and backgrounds within its demographics. Whitby is also known by many as an extremely warm and welcoming community to newcomers.

Whitby is one of the few towns that possess a strong balance of economic significance between the private sector and public sector employers. In the private sector, pharmaceuticals, electronics, and manufacturing are the dominant industries.

Whitby is one of the few towns that possess a strong balance of economic significance between the private sector and public sector employers. In the private sector, pharmaceuticals, electronics, and manufacturing are the dominant industries.

Another attractive feature of the town is its low tax rates for small businesses and their properties. This alone has piqued the interest of entrepreneurs and multinational corporations across the nation. To top it off, Whitby has an incredibly supportive business community that provides plenty of resources to help individuals and teams get started on their new ventures.


Whitby, Ontario

London, Ontario
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Ontario

  • Population: 122,022

  • Area:

    Land: 146.53 km2

Entertainment and Tourism

Despite being a small town, Whitby has a lot to offer its citizens and prospective visitors. The town keeps a regularly updated website that provides a calendar view of all the events that are scheduled to take place in the community.

Whitby is also home to several recreation complexes that offer a wide variety of sports. Anyone of any age bracket can show up and find something that they want to get more involved in.

Port Whitby Marina is hailed as one of the must-see spots within the town. In addition to getting a first person view of the sparkling Lake Ontario, you also have access to several restaurants and small boutiques.

You can ride a bike across the available paths, or even go fishing for trout and salmon. It’s several features packed into a small space combined with the friendly atmosphere that you would expect from a small town!

Entertainment and Tourism


Whitby consists of a total of 11 neighbourhoods, each providing very high quality of life in terms of high safety, low crime, and community inclusiveness. Unofficially, Whitby is divided into a northern section and a southern section.


Northern Region

North Whitby is considered to be the rural area of the town, consisting of the neighbourhoods Taunton North, Brooklin, and Rural Whitby. The only amenities that you will find here are small shopping plazas, a community center, golf courses, and some community parks.

This is indeed the quietest part of the town, and maybe people prefer to live in such a community. It is worth mentioning that it only takes a few minutes to reach Whitby’s urban hub, and so residents have the added convenience of enjoying the best of both worlds. Real estate developments in this area are rather rare unless a high net-worth individual has plans to build his own private home here.

Southern Region

South Whitby, on the other hand, is the urban part of the city where most of the major economic contributors are located.

The neighbourhoods that reside here are as follows: Williamsburg, Pringle Creek, Rolling Acres, Blue Grass Meadows, Whitby Industrial, Port Whitby, Downtown Whitby, and Lynde Creek.

Here, you can expect to find the best that the town has to offer in dining, shopping, sport facilities, entertainment, and healthcare.

All of the major employers are situated here and locals have frequently commented that this hub will see major real estate and business development over the next few years.

Real Estate Market

Rural Whitby, also known as the northern region of the town, is home to a diverse mix of properties. There are several modern-designed residential homes that are suitable for smaller families and bachelors.

In the other hand, there are also farm properties and mansions that are within the 7-figure range for their price tags. This is not hard to see when you take one look at these gorgeous homes.

Multiple beds and bathrooms, a vast amount of land that is yours, and a fully furnished interior. What’s not to love?

If you are looking for affordable apartments for rent along with low-rise and high-rise condos that have recently been developed, Urban Whitby (a.k.a. South Whitby) is where you want to be. Specifically, Downtown Whitby and Port Whitby are the two areas in which these types of homes are found in high concentrations.

On the other hand, more suburban neighbourhoods such as Williamsburg and Blue Grass Meadows contain fully attached townhomes, semi-detached residential homes, bungalows, and the occasional mansion or two. These homes come at a price that is just right for most working middle and upper class families that reside in Whitby. The remaining neighbourhoods in the southern side of Whitby possess similar characteristics to Blue Grass Meadows and Williamsburg.

  • Average Home Price: $549,450
  • Average Rent Price: $1,150.00
  • Average Condo Price: $307,981
  • Average Detached Home Price: $677,723
Home Style Average Price
2 storey $556,822
Bungalow $538,104
Condominium $307,981

The following table, based on data taken from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA’s) National MLS® Report for April 2016 (the latest information available), demonstrates how homes in LSTAR’s jurisdiction continue to maintain their affordability compared to other major Ontario and Canadian centers.



Whitby is entirely made up of secondary schools and elementary schools. Due to its small town nature, students often travel to the Greater Toronto Area or even out of province in order to attend university or college.

In terms of elementary schools (K-8), Whitby has 24 public English-speaking schools, 12 Catholic English-speaking Sshools, and a select number of Montessori schools for those parents seeking an alternative path of education for their children.

Some of the top ranked schools in Whitby include Earl A Fairman, St Mark the Evangelist, Sir Samuel Steele, and Jack Miner. There is a list of criteria selected for these schools such as basic skills in reading and writing, mathematic aptitude, and opportunities provided for further scholastic achievement.

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