Charlottetown Real Estate

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Charlottetown is a Canadian city in the province of Prince Edward Island.

It has a population of over 34,000 people and it stretches over an area of 44.33 square kilometers near the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Northumberland Strait.

The climate in the city varies, with spring and summer being comparatively cool while the winters are long and tend to be comparatively warm.

The city has a rich history behind it with The Charlottetown Conference leading to the city being referred to as “Canada’s Birthplace.”

The buildings that these historical events took place in are still standing tall in the city today


Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Prince Edward Island

  • Nickname(s): Birthplace of Confederation

  • Population: 34,562

  • Area:

    City: 44.33 km2

    Urban: 57.89 km2

    Metro: 798.54 km2


Economic Overview

Charlottetown’s workforce has many advantages. Much of the workforce sticks with a company for many years and the average amount of time spent in a position is 8.5 years. Another advantage is thatthe city has one of the lowest costs of doing business in the country. The city has shown economic growth each year since 2005.

Some of the larger employment sectors in Charlottetown are biotechnology, financial services and tourism. The biotechnology sector is growing rapidly and more companies from this industry are setting up shop in Charlottetown. The financial services industry in Charlottetown is also a sector that is growing with many companies making the city their home to take advantage of the workforce. The largest industry in the city is tourism. The city attracts many people with its beauty, events and entertainment.


Entertainment and Tourism

Charlottetown is home to plenty of nightlife. There are bars, nightclubs and pubs throughout the city to enjoy. One notable establishment is Baba’s Lounge which hosts live music and events. It has helped a few bands get their start in

The city also provides a wide selection of tours and excursions. Being close to waterways, different types of boat tours are available. These tours can include anything from sightseeing to activities like flyboarding. The boat tours show off the unique area of Charlottetown.

Entertainment and Tourism


The city is divided in four main areas: the neighbourhood of Springpark, the East End, the West End and Brighton.



The neighbourhood of Springpark is located near the University of Prince Edward Island. There are many parks in the area as well as places to shop. Schools can be found here as well as plenty of housing. There are places to dine and other amenities close to the area.

The East End

The East End is located along the Hillsborough River. There is a mix of housing and businesses here. Holland College and the Charlottetown Event Grounds are located towards the south of the area. Neighbourhoods such as Stonepark and East Royalty are found to the northeast of the area as well.

The West End

The West End includes the Downtown area of the city. There is housing in the southwest and the Downtown area is towards the northeast. In the Downtown core there are shops, places to dine, and other amenities. Attractions also line the area with a historic site and a theatre along Queen Street and Richmond Street.


Brighton is located to the west of the city along the North River. The area is largely occupied by homes, with schools and parks nearby making it a great community for families. The Brighton Lighthouse is located by the river. There are a few services scattered throughout the area and Victoria Park is located towards the south.

Real Estate Market

Springpark has many single-family homes as well as land for sale by the river. The homes are a moderate size and many have multiple bedrooms and bathrooms. Most properties have small yards making the homes here a great place for children and families. Most of the land that is for sale is by the water. The land is perfect for building a house or a cottage.
In the East End you’ll find apartments, condominiums, land, single-family and multi-family homes as well as commercial space. Most of these properties are very affordable and are quite large. Many of the homes have attached garages.
The West End includes single-family and multi-family homes, condominiums and commercial space. Homes in this area range in size, but most are a moderate size and price. Renting is an option that is quite affordable here. The commercial properties are perfect for retail and office space.
Brighton has single-family and multi-family homes. These homes vary in size and price. Most homes have multiple bedrooms and bathrooms as well as a small yard surrounding the home. Many of the homes are quite affordable and located in a great community.

Home Style Median Price
Home $228,000
Apartment $289,000

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



There are two public school boards in Charlottetown: Public Schools Branch and La Commission scolaire de langue française.The former has 16 schools under their management in the citywhile the latter has one. There are two post-secondary options for students in Charlottetown. The University of Prince Edward Island and Holland College are both located in the city for students who want to attend classes close to home.

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