Real Estate in Greater Belleville, Ontario

Outside of the downtown core, the Greater Belleville Area is thriving with small towns, communities and stunning waterways.

The Greater Belleville area is known for its' picturesque lake, rivers and inlets. Dotted with tiny hamlets and communities across open fields, stunning forests and wildlife reserves, you'll find names like Tweed, Stirling, Madoc, Shannonville, Tyendinaga, Deseronto and Marmora within a 45 minute drive of the Belleville core. Close to conveniences, Greater Belleville holds steadfast to the small-town charm Ontario is proud of.

In the Greater Belleville area, you'll find beautiful modern homes, charming town houses and small farms with acreage that spreads as far as the eye can see.

Greater Belleville Real Estate Quick Facts

  • 4+ schools
  • 3 hospitals in the region
  • 34 parks

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

''We love living up in Stirling because it's close enough to Belleville to be convenient yet far enough away that it feels like we live in our own private world."

-Jack Jones (client)

frozen riverbanks north of belleville
Cabin Getaways located in Stirling Ontario
Marmora Mine flooded with vibrant blue water, Marmora, Ontario, Canada


Tweed, dating back to 1852, is bordered by Stoco Lake and Skootamatta River – well known for epic fishing. Home to just under 7,000 people, Tweed is famous for its natural beauty and recreational opportunities. With schools and community facilities, it's also a great place for families to raise kids. It’s a 35 minute drive from Belleville. For those looking to escape the city and embrace a quieter, nature-centric lifestyle, Tweed is the perfect choice.


Stirling, known for its rich agricultural history and Amish communities, is where country dreams really can come true. Leaving behind the hustle and bustle of the city, yet still providing everyday conveniences, Stirling is home to an estimated 2,500 residents as well as the popular Stirling Fair & Festival. It’s got boutique shopping, charm and is only a 25 minutes drive north of Belleville.


Madoc, a 35 minute drive from Belleville, welcomes residents with its small-town charm. With excellent schools and a close-knit community, Madoc is the kind of place where you say hello on the street and know all your neighbours by name. If you're seeking a peaceful, family-friendly environment away from the city, Madoc is the town for you.


Tyendinaga is a First Nations community with a population of several thousand residents. It’s known for its cultural heritage and the Mohawk Landing Monument, commemorating the Mohawk people's historical presence in the area. Locals know the region for cheap gas and dispensaries. Tyendinaga direct is limited as to where you can purchase land if you are not indigenous, however the immediate surrounding area is home to well priced sprawling farm houses and large acreage rural homes.


Desoronto is 15 minutes from Napanee, next to the Skyway bridge, which is the only access point to Prince Edward County for over 40km. Hugging the Mohawk Bay, this cute little town is also home to the O’Conner English Tea Room. You’ll also find a sailing school, yacht club and all your everyday amenities like Home Hardware, LCBO, Pharmasave and Foodmart. When it comes to real estate, a lot of waterfront cottages are mixed with traditional townhouses. Desoronto has seen a lot of growth in the past couple of years, but is still a very affordable town with all the makings of a good investment.


With a long history in mining, Marmora once played a leading role in the export of copper, lead, silver, gold and limestone. Today, the Marmora Open Pit Mine is a stunning attraction at 75 acres in area with four hundred feet of crystal clear spring water. Marmora's centre rests on the shores of the Crowe River where you'll find small town homes with big wrap around porches, the Marmora Arena, Tim Hortons, LCBO and other conveniences shared among the towns' 5,000 residents.


Shannonville, a mere 13 km outside of Belleville's core, is found on the riverbank of Salmon River. Home to small farm houses and a growing centre with townhouses and small subdivisions, residents enjoy the benefits of being close to the Tyendinega Reserve and the Bay of Quinte. It is is most famous for the Shannonville Motor Sports Park where Formula 1 racers and other motor sports fanatics enjoy entertainment.

Listings in the Greater Belleville Area




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