Real Estate in Belleville, Ontario

Belleville, Ontario, nestled in the heart of the stunning Bay of Quinte region, offers residents a quality of life that's hard to find elsewhere.

Belleville, ON is the perfect combination of urban meets rural: a city with a vibrant community and cultural centre, restaurants and entertainment – yet steps from stunning waterways, provincial parks and the great outdoors.

With easy access to a wide range of services from banking to healthcare and one of the highest rated school systems in Ontario, it is no wonder Belleville has been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Communities 3 different times.

As the middle point between Ottawa and Toronto, along with its proximity to the 401 and now famous Prince Edward County, Belleville has grown substantially in the past 10 years, and is only expected to continue. For families, retirees, and entrepreneurs seeking a more affordable and tranquil lifestyle outside of Toronto and Ottawa, Belleville is the perfect destination.

Belleville Real Estate Quick Facts

  • 10 schools
  • 3 hospitals in the region
  • 55 parks

  • 2023 Median Home Price: $525,000
  • 2023 number of homes sold: 492

“Living in Belleville is the perfect blend of city meets country. When I first visited here from Toronto, I knew this was meant to be home"

-Jennifer Menard

St. Michael the Archangel Parish oldest Roman Catholic church in Belleville Ontario
Happy mom and daughter immigrant family living in belleville ontario


Downtown Belleville serves as the heart of the Bay of Quinte area. This vibrant hub seamlessly combines historic charm with contemporary convenience. The district is home to landmarks like the Quinte Bridge, the Empire Theatre and the beautiful Moira River which flows through the centre of town and into the Bay of Quinte. Residents also have access to a wide range of shops, restaurants, and outdoor venues including Farmers Markets. Families in Downtown Belleville enjoy close proximity to Quinte Ballet School and Albert College, Canada's oldest co-educational day and boarding school.


Corbyville, made famous in the late 1800s, is a charming neighbourhood with a unique character. It's a popular choice for those who appreciate peace and quiet, and the beautiful winding Moira river which runs through its heart. The proximity to Belleville (10 minutes) makes Corbyville a desirable location for retirees, families and anyone wanting a slower pace of life. 


Named after three Thomases who first settled there, Thomasburg is known for its close-knit, outdoorsy community. At the heart of the village is Vanderwater Park, a 635-acre conservation area that is beautiful throughout all seasons. The rural village hosts a variety of entertainment that is off the beaten path at the Thomasburg Hall. It’s 25 minutes from Belleville located just off Hwy 37.


Located 10 minutes from Belleville's core, Foxboro offers a quiet, family-friendly atmosphere that's perfect for raising kids. With excellent schools like the Foxboro Public School, and recreational facilities, families will find everything they need here.


Thurlow offers a mix of rural and suburban living. It dates back to 1839 making it one of the oldest towns in the Hastings area. The convenience of nearby schools and easy access to Belleville's shopping districts make Thurlow a top choice for those looking for a peaceful retreat without sacrificing urban amenities.


According to the legends Plainfield is home to a secret trove of silver. Many have come seeking the supposed treasure that's believed to be hidden in the Scuttlehole Caves. Found just north of Belleville -- and home of Maple Dale cheese, Plainfield is a rural community known for traditional farmhouses and acreage. If you're looking for peace and quiet in the country while still staying close to larger conveniences found in Belleville, Plainfield may be for you.

Listings in Belleville, Ontario



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