Real Estate in Greater Napanee, Ontario

Greater Napanee winds through Hastings County, Lennox & Addington and Loyalist County.

People move to Greater Napanee for a slower pace of life. Picture small-time vibes with affordable properties, yet still fairly close to major cities like Belleville and Kingston. 

One of the most beautiful things about Greater Napanee is the Napanee River, which winds down from Camden Lake to the Bay of Quinte, sprawling with beautiful parks and historical sites like the Old Grist Mill and Allan Macpherson House.  In the northern part of Napanee, you can find all the big mall shopping you’ll need like Walmart, Canadian Tire, Metro and more.

People looking for more affordable homes are pleasantly surprised to find a lot of options from townhomes to rural properties.

Greater Napanee Real Estate Quick Facts

  • 6 schools
  • 1 hospital (and 4 others within an hour drive)
  • 16 parks
  • 2023 Median Home Price: $589,593

“The Napanee area is probably the most beautiful spot from Oshawa to Kingston. We have lived in multiple areas from the outskirts to a town house downtown and no matter what, you find friendly, happy people and beautiful nature everywhere.

-Linda Shurick (client)

Springside Waterfall in greater napanee
The Tripoint of Prince Edward, Hastings and Lennox and Addington Counties at Dusk of a Spring Day


Downtown Napanee is home to about 16,000 residents, which makes for just enough community to keep things interesting, but not enough to feel crowded. With the beautiful Napanee River winding through the centre of town, shops and restaurants like the Waterfront River Pub and Terrace, have grown in popularity. Napanee Falls is a charming waterfall by summer, and a roaring behemoth by spring, attracting hikers and trailrunners. You can take your boat up the Napanee River to dock downtown in the summer months, to enjoy boutique shopping, with quality names like M’Lady’s Lace and Touch Of Class.


Adolphustown lies at the south western tip of Lennox and Addington County. It’s the gateway for the eastern ferry crossing to Glenora, which connects the entire peninsula to Prince Edward County. The ferry is free and runs all year round – linking the western and eastern halves of one of the oldest colonial roads in the province, the Loyalist Parkway (Highway 33). Home to Bergeron Estate Winery and 33 Vines, Adolphustown has about a thousand residents and some of the prettiest views on the Bay of Quinte. For groceries and amenities, you’ve got to head up to Napanee – 20 minutes away, or take the ferry over into Picton – but the quiet, unparalleled views of Adolphus Reach and the Bay of Quinte, make it all worth it.


A part of Greater Napanee, yet only 15 minutes outside of downtown Napanee, Hay Bay boasts stunning views of the waterfront. It's 6 minutes from the Glenora Ferry, which runs all year round to Prince Edward County and Picton. Residents pop onto the ferry to shop in Picton or drive up to Napanee. The real gem of this beautiful hamlet is the peace and quiet, surrounded by wildlife and nature.


Odessa is found at the southernmost tip of Lake Odessa, where the 401 meets Hwy 6 just east of Napanee. Home to both Odessa Public School and Ernestown Secondary School (boasting 650 students), families love Odessa for it's proximity to neighbouring cities like Napanee and Kingston, yet its ability to maintain small-town charm and safety. You can find convenience stores, pharmacies and a hardware store right in town -- but Metro on Kingston's western border, is only a 13 minute drive away.


Resting just north of stunning Amherst Island on the shores of Lake Ontario, you'll find the beautiful village of Bath. Bath was first settled by Loyalists in 1784, making it one of the oldest communities in Ontario. In the mid 1850s, Bath was a bustling village of nearly 1,000 people, but began to lose industrial significance to Napanee, Kingston and Belleville. Today, Bath is home to Loyalist Cove Marina, Heritage Park, Bath Centennial Park, and the Loyalist Golf and Country Club. It's 2,500 residents love their waterfront community and the wildlife that flock to the shores.


Sandhurst Shores is situated on the Loyalist Parkway, nestled between Kingston and Picton along the shores of Lake Ontario. This hidden gem is located just minutes away from Picton, Bloomfield, Greater Napanee, Bath, and Adolphustown. Sandhurst is also the home of Wynn Farms, an apple orchard and sunflower farm that's been in the family for several generations.

Listings in Greater Napanee, Ontario




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