Russell Township, ON, Canada Real Estate Listings and Information

Search
55 Active Listings
$385,752 Avg. List Price:
Russell Township Neighbourhoods

We have detailed information for 1 Neighbourhood in Russell Township!

Explore Russell Township Neighbourhoods
Recently Listed
Pin It
Russell Township, ON

The Township of Russell is a municipal township, located south-east of Canada’s capital of Ottawa in eastern Ontario, in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell, on the Castor River. Russell Township is located within Canada’s National Capital Region. The township had a population of 13,883 in the Canada 2006 Census. 

The primary communities are Embrun and Russell.

Smaller communities listed in the official Ontario place names database are Felton, Forget, Marionville, North Russell and Pana. Both the municipal government and Canada Post consider Brisson and Forget to be part of Embrun, and Felton, North Russell, and Pana as part of Russell. Canada Post also considers Marionville to be part of Russell, although the municipality considers Marionville to be separate. It should be noted that the village of Marionville is divided into three jurisdictions: The Township of Russell, The Township of North Dundas and The City of Ottawa. Marionville's population is predominantly francophone where the sole Church is the French Catholic "Eglise Ste. Therese d'Avila"

The community of Russell is primarily Anglophone, although it does have a small French community, while Embrun is predominantly Francophone. In the township as a whole, Anglophones form a slim majority.

Local Attractions

Blog Posts About: Local Attractions
Three bedroom, three bathroom townhouse in Huntclub Park, close to all amenities. $269,000    Mls#901553 Call Diane DeCooman 613-837-3800 ext 134 Read More...
Posted by Diane DeCooman on 2014-03-12
Two bedroom / two bathroom condo bungalow in Stittsville. Renovated kitchen, hardwood floors, livingroom with gas fireplace and patio doors to solarium. Large unspoiled basement waiting to be finished. Call Diane DeCooman 613-863-7449 Read More...
Posted by Diane DeCooman on 2014-02-03

Construction and Expansion

Blog Posts About: Construction and Expansion
AVOID THESE DEAL KILLERS: You stage your home so that it offers maximum appeal to the largest number of potential buyers. I have already mentioned the need to declutter and depersonalize it so that buyers can better visualize themselves living in each room that they enter. There are other deal killers though and here are a few examples. 1. Odors, the number 1 deal killer of sales Have carpets, ... Read More...
Posted by Bev Beardsley on 2014-03-17
New Lisitng in Kanata    19meadowbreeze.com Charming 3 bedroom townhome with welcoming foyer,rich hardwood floors in living and dining rooms, updated kitchen with plenty of cupboards and counter space & stainless steel appliances.  Second level offers spacious master bedroom with walk in closet & luxurious en suite. Lower level has a nicely finished fam/rec ... Read More...
Posted by Stephen George on 2014-03-04

Community Events

Blog Posts About: Community Events
Canada's longest outdoor skating rink 7.8 km. becomes the hub for fun outdoor activities Feb. 1 to 18th (weekends only for special activities). Music, other entertainment, snack stands where you can devour a tasty Beavertail to suit all appetites.  Bring your own skates, rent or borrow your neighbour's equipment.  Skate or walk it is time well spent. The Byward Market is also holding an ... Read More...
Posted by Helen Lafontaine on 2014-01-24
Momentum is building for consumers looking into the option of choosing a factory built home.  There are more choices in the styles of homes offered and features available in this category than ever before.  When you think of the long winter and rainy seasons in Canada,  it could make good sense to consider choosing  these homes as they are built inside under controlled conditions ... Read More...
Posted by Helen Lafontaine on 2014-01-22

Family & Kids

Blog Posts About: Family & Kids
First Steps, Part 2 In Part one, we looked at a few of the first steps someone should take before setting out on a house hunting expedition. This included: Decide if you really want or need to move Decide on what type of home you want Know what you can afford. Under point three, I had asked Jill Gravelle, a mobile mortgage specialist with RBC (613-266-0328) to explain what it means to be ... Read More...
Posted by Keith Beardsley on 2014-04-13
It's cold in Ottawa again this week.  Many people are starting to feel a bit of cabin fever setting in.  I have 2 young boys and I don't think they have spent more than 10 minutes outside this week.  I just hope this stretch of -20 something weather is almost over.  In the meantime, it's nice to curl up with a blanket and a hot drink during a frigid night.  Here's one of the ... Read More...
Posted by Sylvia Robbins on 2014-01-23

Parks & Recreation

Blog Posts About: Parks & Recreation
As the deadline for contributing to your RRSP is drawing nearer, one should weigh their options.  Sometimes, it makes better sense to pay down a mortgage than contributing to your RRSP.  Each person's situation is different that is why it makes good sense to speak to a financial advisor who can help you make an informed decision. Read More...
Posted by Helen Lafontaine on 2014-02-03

Market Reports and Conditions

Blog Posts About: Market Reports and Conditions
More young Canadians believe owning a home is a very good investment, according to those who responded to a new RBC home ownership survey. The poll, conducted online between Feb. 4 and 14, found 86 per cent of Canadian respondents aged 25 to 34 believed owning a house or condo is a solid investment. That’s up from 78 per cent in 2013, a year when many believed rising mortgage rates would soon ... Read More...
Posted by Bernard Haché on 2014-04-15
Canadian home sales jump in March as buyers come out of hibernation Sales of existing homes in Canada jumped in March from February as the winter deep freeze ended and home buyers started to come back into the market, the Canadian Real Estate Association said on Tuesday. The Canadian Real Estate Association says the number of homes sold last month was up 4.9% compared with the same month last year, ... Read More...
Posted by Bernard Haché on 2014-04-15

Restaurants / Bars / Coffee Houses

Heart of Little Italy Licensed restaurant for 50 seats. Great location, Close to Dows Lake. Call Diane DeCooman 613-863-7449 Read More...
Posted by Diane DeCooman on 2014-02-03

Schools & Universities

Blog Posts About: Schools & Universities
Our next career in real estate information session will be held Wednesday January 22nd at 6:00pm in Orleans. We'll be discussing what courses are required and what to expect when you're a licensed real estate agent. To reserve your seat email joyce.wilkie@c21apt.com.  Read More...
Posted by Pasquale Ricciuti on 2014-01-20
Our career in real estate information session has been rescheduled due to weather. We'll be holding it on Tuesday March 26th at 7pm in Orleans. We will be discussing the courses that are required and what to expect once you're a licensed sales representative.To reserve your seat call our office at 613-837-3800 or email joyce.wilkie@c21apt.com. Read More...
Posted by Pasquale Ricciuti on 2013-03-08

Shopping

Blog Posts About: Shopping
Have you replaced all your lights with these new energy saving bulbs?  If not, it is wise to consider putting them in hard to reach fixtures as well as the most commonly used light fixtures.  Read More...
Posted by Helen Lafontaine on 2013-08-17
Top Bloggers in Russell Township All Russell Township Blog Posts