New Brunswick Real Estate

Shawna Roy

Designated Broker

shawna.roy@exprealty.com

Provincial Office
82 Westmoreland St
Suite 406A
Fredericton, NB E3B 3L3

New Brunswick is Canada’s only officially bilingual province, making it the cultural hub of the country. With its many scenic landmarks and entertainment attractions, there is never a dull moment in New Brunswick. The coast of the “Picture Province” offers sandstone cliffs, lighthouses, and charming fishing villages, making for a home with an oceanic view. The maritime province loves to celebrate its multicultural population with a plethora of festivals throughout the year. The larger towns provide museums, theatres, and art galleries galore, along with many historical re-enactments.  Read more.

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New Listing – yesterday
$1,499,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
6
beds
4
baths
5,000
sqft
819 Front Mountain RD
Moncton, NB E1G3H2
Listing courtesy of Platinum Atlantic Realty Inc.
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$564,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
5
beds
2
baths
1,073
sqft
23 Zoel
Dieppe, NB E1A0E5
Listing courtesy of EXIT Realty Associates
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$699,990
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
4
beds
3
baths
2,273
sqft
315 Rivière du Portage Nord
Haut Rivière Du Portage, NB E9H1R4
Listing courtesy of ?
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$315,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
4
beds
1
bath
1,232
sqft
28 McCullough
Harvey, NB E6K1P6
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX East Coast Elite Realty
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$335,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
2
baths
1,000
sqft
35 Forest Road
Rothesay, NB E2H1B7
Listing courtesy of ROYAL LEPAGE ATLANTIC
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$542,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
2
beds
2
baths
1,350
sqft
220 Princess Royal Street
Saint Andrews, NB E5B2A9
Listing courtesy of COLDWELL BANKER SELECT REALTY
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$2,250,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
4
baths
2,236
sqft
486 Paturel
Shediac, NB E4P2L3
Listing courtesy of Creativ Realty
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$75,000
Active Listing
Land For Sale
38 Carter ST
Dieppe, NB E1A0G4
Listing courtesy of EXIT Realty Associates
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$95,000
Active Listing
Land For Sale
32 Carter ST
Dieppe, NB E1A0G4
Listing courtesy of EXIT Realty Associates
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$695,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
2
baths
1,096
sqft
14 Crestwood Lane
Saint Andrews, NB E5B2N8
Listing courtesy of COLDWELL BANKER SELECT REALTY
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$749,500
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
1
bath
1,806
sqft
1513 Shediac River RD
Shediac River, NB E4R1V5
Listing courtesy of EXP Realty
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$94,000
Active Listing
Land For Sale
3,990
acres
Lot Route 515
Sainte Marie De Kent, NB E4S2B3
Listing courtesy of EXIT Realty Associates
Open House – Sun, Apr 20
$329,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
5
beds
3
baths
1,523
sqft
465 Canada Street
Fredericton, NB E3A4A8
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX East Coast Elite Realty
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$379,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
3
baths
1,300
sqft
17 Candice LANE
Moncton, NB E1G0A6
Listing courtesy of EXIT Realty Associates
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$145,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
2
baths
974
sqft
336 St Pierre Ouest
Caraquet, NB E1W1A1
Listing courtesy of Royal LePage Parkwood Realty
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$95,900
Active Listing
Land For Sale
6.15
acres
6.15 Acres Route 430
Big River, NB E2A6P3
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Capital Realty
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$220,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
4
beds
1
bath
886
sqft
446 Terrace Street
Grand Sault/Grand Falls, NB E3Z1B3
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX RESIDEX ENTREPRISES
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$324,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
4
beds
2
baths
1,008
sqft
1192 Route 10
Noonan, NB E3A7E9
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX East Coast Elite Realty
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$79,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
282
sqft
Lot Fillmore ST
Upper Cape, NB E4M0B1
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Sackville Realty Ltd.
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$299,900
Active Listing
Multi-Family For Sale
4
beds
2
baths
1,652
sqft
34 Enterprise ST Unit#A & B
Moncton, NB E1E3P3
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Capital Realty
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$169,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
1
bath
1,200
sqft
120 South Napan Road
Miramichi, NB E1N4W1
Listing courtesy of Century 21 First Rate Realty Ltd.
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$89,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
2
beds
1
bath
876
sqft
194 Union Street
Woodstock, NB E7M2X5
Listing courtesy of Re/Max Hartford Realty
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$329,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
2
baths
1,311
sqft
105 Gold Street
Woodstock, NB E7M1V4
Listing courtesy of Re/Max Hartford Realty
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$384,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
2
baths
1,397
sqft
35 Limestone DR
Moncton, NB E1G5P4
Listing courtesy of Creativ Realty
New Listing – 2 days on Site
$14,900
Active Listing
Land For Sale
5.5
acres
Deerwood Drive
Portage Vale, NB E4Z1S2
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX QUALITY REAL ESTATE
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$99,900
Active Listing
Land For Sale
2.071
acres
2 acres Route 420
Cassilis, NB E9E2A8
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Professionals
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$749,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
3
baths
1,642
sqft
634 Pointe des Ferguson Road
Tracadie, NB E1X1C6
Listing courtesy of Royal LePage Parkwood Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$24,900
Active Listing
Land For Sale
5
acres
Deerwood Drive
Portage Vale, NB E4Z1S2
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX QUALITY REAL ESTATE
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$209,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
2
beds
1
bath
936
sqft
96 Richard
Rogersville, NB E4Y2H7
Listing courtesy of EXIT Realty Associates
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$169,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
1
bath
992
sqft
15 Carville Road
Mclaughlin, NB E7G1G7
Listing courtesy of EXIT REALTY ELITE
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$69,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
1
bath
957
sqft
22 Clifford Lane
Welshpool, NB E5E1J4
Listing courtesy of KELLER WILLIAMS CAPITAL REALTY
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$54,900
Active Listing
Land For Sale
1.05
acres
21-4 Sandlewood Lane
Douglas, NB E3G0E7
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX East Coast Elite Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$164,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
1
bath
1,020
sqft
1162 Robertville
Robertville, NB E8K2V4
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Capital Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$215,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
2
baths
1,200
sqft
169 Lancaster Street
Saint John, NB E2M5A5
Listing courtesy of ROYAL LEPAGE ATLANTIC
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$274,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
2
beds
2
baths
928
sqft
6 Hawkes Lane
Waterford, NB E4E4X5
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX QUALITY REAL ESTATE
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$309,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
6
beds
2
baths
2,556
sqft
77 rue Carleton
Rogersville, NB E4Y1R9
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Professionals
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$589,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
5
beds
2
baths
1,400
sqft
210 Frederic ST
Dieppe, NB E1A7G8
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Quality Real Estate Inc.
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$434,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
3
baths
1,607
sqft
25 Rochefort ST
Dieppe, NB E1A0A2
Listing courtesy of Creativ Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$219,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
2
beds
1
bath
965
sqft
20 King George Court Unit# 102
Saint John, NB E2K1E6
Listing courtesy of SUTTON GROUP AURORA REALTY LTD.
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$55,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
1
bath
1,150
sqft
432 Debec Road
Debec, NB E7N2H5
Listing courtesy of EXIT Realty Platinum
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$49,900
Active Listing
Land For Sale
0.568
acres
350 Heritage
Beresford, NB E8K2E3
Listing courtesy of North Shore Advantage Realty Ltd.
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$689,900
Active Listing
Multi-Family For Sale
6
beds
2
baths
1,250
sqft
464-462 Eunice AVE
Dieppe, NB E1A5V7
Listing courtesy of Royal LePage Atlantic
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$339,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
2
baths
1,300
sqft
339 Mazerolle Settlement Road
Upper Kingsclear, NB E3E1W3
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Capital Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$339,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
2
beds
1
bath
959
sqft
501 Johnson Point RD
Johnston Point, NB E4M1R2
Listing courtesy of ?
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$299,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
2
beds
1
bath
676
sqft
1773 Northwest Road
Sevogle, NB E9E1M6
Listing courtesy of KELLER WILLIAMS CAPITAL REALTY (M)
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$299,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
2
beds
1
bath
654
sqft
7 St John ST
Pointe Du Chene, NB E4P5E9
Listing courtesy of Creativ Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$35,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
1
bath
600
sqft
1749 De La Mer Boulevard
Saint Marie Saint Raphaël, NB E8T1P9
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Capital Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$439,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
4
beds
2
baths
1,247
sqft
3 Pellerin RD
Shediac Bridge, NB E4R1P8
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Capital Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$425,000
Active Listing
Land For Sale
617 Hillsborough RD
Riverview, NB E1B3V8
Listing courtesy of Platinum Atlantic Realty Inc.
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$29,500
Active Listing
Land For Sale
0.506
acres
2049 sqm William Gay
Neguac, NB E9G1Y9
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Professionals
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$335,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
2
beds
2
baths
1,363
sqft
4350 Principale Street
Tracadie, NB E1X1B9
Listing courtesy of Royal LePage Parkwood Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$450,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
2
baths
1,000
sqft
6 Kennedy Court
St George, NB E5C3G4
Listing courtesy of COLDWELL BANKER SELECT REALTY
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$269,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
4
beds
2
baths
1,092
sqft
319 McElroy Road
Holmesville, NB E7J2J4
Listing courtesy of ?
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$774,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
3
baths
1,767
sqft
11 Alma LeBlanc
Grande Digue, NB E4R3X6
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Avante
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$624,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
2
baths
1,400
sqft
25 Delia AVE
Dieppe, NB E1A6Y7
Listing courtesy of Assist 2 Sell Hub City Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$259,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
1
bath
1,512
sqft
17 Grandview Lane
Scotchtown, NB E4B1X7
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Capital Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$399,000
Active Listing
Multi-Family For Sale
0.5
acres
1283 Manawagonish Road
Saint John, NB E2M3X8
Listing courtesy of COLDWELL BANKER SELECT REALTY
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$399,900
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
3
beds
2
baths
1,127
sqft
56 Wildwood Way
Burton, NB E2V0G6
Listing courtesy of The Right Choice Realty
New Listing – 3 days on Site
$349,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
4
beds
2
baths
1,653
sqft
1275 Amirault ST
Dieppe, NB E1A1E1
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Avante

About New Brunswick

Magnetic Hill theme park offers a zoo, water-slides, and other types of family fun for an exciting daytime adventure. New Brunswick has an abundance of versatile experiences for everyone, which explains why it’s considered the “Hidden Gem” of Canada.   

New Brunswick sits off by itself in Canada’s Atlantic corner. Wedged between the US state of Maine and the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Nova Scotia, New Brunswick is the quintessential maritime province. Large forests of pine and spruce dominate the interior, and two long, picturesque coastlines form most of the province’s borders. New Brunswick is as rural as it gets, with an almost-even split of the population living either in the city or the country. The economy relies heavily upon forestry, fishing, and farming, with mining coming to form a larger and larger share of the job market. New Brunswick is the perfect place for those looking for quiet, small-town living.

History of the province

Out of a plethora of First Nations living along the hills and coastlines of what would one day be New Brunswick, the Mi’kmaq and the Maliseet are exemplary of the Indigenous heritage of the province. The Mi’kmaq hunted and trapped along the rivers and are still known today as great fishermen. The Maliseet focused more on farming, as well as building and maintaining strong villages. 

The first European contact came not in the form of the French, or the English, but the Vikings. Five hundred years before Columbus landed in the West Indies, Viking explorers moved down the jagged coastline of Labrador, then Newfoundland, and touched briefly down in New Brunswick, which they called Vinland. They didn’t stay long, and it would be another five hundred years before a European set foot in the area.

French settlement in the region was sparse at first, with small towns along the coast and scattered farmland etched out of the massive hardwood forests that covered New Brunswick from end to end. Gradually, the culture of Acadia arose from the hard pioneering days of small farms, ocean fishing, and the beaver trade. New Brunswick was a frontier, in every sense of the word, and for almost two hundred years the French lived on this frontier until the English moved in.

At the dawn of the eighteenth century, wars with England eroded France’s power in the region, resulting in the loss of its control over New Brunswick as well as the surrounding areas. The French Acadians, who for generations had called this forested land home, were displaced. Some went farther west, some went south into what is now Maine, and some went all the way down to the bayou country around New Orleans, where the term Acadian gradually became Cajun.

It remains rural, with a few large cities, and an economy based on fishing, lumber, and shipbuilding. New Brunswick took to the modern era at an easy-going pace. Even today, over 83% of its territory is forested. Life is slow, relying on what the land and seas have to offer, making New Brunswick one of the quietest and most tranquil corners of Canada.

new brunswick transportation

A car is a must to live in New Brunswick. The Trans-Canada Highway runs down the southern and western edges of New Brunswick, servicing the mainly Anglophone cities of Moncton, Fredericton, and St. John. In the more French-speaking north, smaller roads link the many small coastal and inland towns together. Fredericton and Moncton both have international airports while the rest of the province is dotted with smaller regional airports.

things to do in new brunswick

  1. Visit the Fundy Trail
    • Located right on the Atlantic Coast, the Fundy Trail offers hikers, bikers, and cruisers endless kilometres of breathtaking views of the ocean, the vertical coastline, and the shaded pine forests that come right up to the water. Through spring, summer, fall, and winter, this parkway will always have something new to offer. We highly recommend visiting during neap tide, where the famous New Brunswick tides are on full display. Come for the day and watch the water rise and fall as much as 15 metres or more.
  2. Visit Moncton
    • With its central location between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, and a history dating back to 1766, Moncton is a great place for all New Brunswickers to visit. Come in the summer and soak up the hot and sunny days at either of the city’s two water parks. Don’t neglect to visit Magnetic Hill Zoo, which is the largest zoo in Atlantic Canada and rated 4th as the best in the whole country. From Moncton you can travel easily into New Brunswick’s French-speaking north, head east to the big city of Halifax in Nova Scotia, or even take a two hour drive to Prince Edward Island! For New Brunswickers looking to do some travelling, Moncton is the place to be.
  3. Visit Miramichi, the city of festivals
    • A small, unassuming city of ten thousand on the riverside, New Brunswickers know there’s more to Miramichi than meets the eyes. Located in the Francophone north, Miramichi hosts a wide variety of events and festivals all throughout the year. Come up for the Rock N Roll festival in the summer, or the zombie walk in the fall, quilt shows in the winter and market days in the spring. There’s a little something for everyone in Miramichi.
  4. Fundy National Park
    • Located in the southeastern corner of New Brunswick, Fundy National Park is only an hour away from Moncton. This park might look small at first glance, but it has a wealth of fun activities, relaxing trails, and gorgeous vistas for anyone looking for a fun day trip into nature. If you want to get out on the water, you can kayak in the powerful Bay of Fundy, whose tides drop some 15 metres along the coast. Going inland, there are trails leading to waterfalls, rapids, and more. With over 100 kilometres of biking and walking trails, you’ll have no problem seeing the woods differently each time you visit. In the winter, it gets even better! The park stays open for those wishing to snowshoe, toboggan, or cross country ski along those same paths you walked on in the summer! Fundy National Park is a treasure that all New Brunswickers can enjoy.
  5. New River Beach Provincial Park
    • Also on the Bay of Fundy and only a half an hour away from Saint John, New River Beach offers fun in the sun all summer long. The beach is surrounded by its own provincial park which has plenty of opportunities to camp, go kayaking, or enjoy the many tidal pools left behind by the extreme tides of the Bay of Fundy. You’ll be able to find sandpipers, crabs, and even starfish. Be sure to stop by for the annual Sand Sculpture Competition and put your sandcastle skills to the test!
  6. Hopewell Rocks
    • These world-famous rock formations wow visitors from New Brunswick and beyond. They stand like pillars left behind by giants, with one even featuring an arch topped with pine trees! Formed by the tidal erosion that has given New Brunswick one of the most distinctive coastlines in North America, the Hopewell Rocks are a gem of natural wonder, the product of ocean and stone. Seen at high tide or low tide, these monolithic marvels will leave you in awe of nature’s power and will have you coming back for more.
  7. Visit St. Andrews
    • St. Andrews is a quaint little seaside town not far from the border with Maine. Founded in the eighteenth century, St. Andrews still retains its three hundred-year-old street grid and market square. Whether visiting for a weekend or a week, there’s more than enough fun activities to go around, ranging from golf, to an aquarium, and even whale watching! With a lighthouse, fortified blockhouse, and a beautiful, expansive historic hotel, St. Andrews is the perfect ocean get-away.
  8. Visit Saint John
    • The second-largest city in New Brunswick, and the third-largest port in all of Canada, Saint John is a charming city with a history dating well back into the 1700’s. Come visit its museums, theatres, and annual music festival, Area 506. Walk the waterfront in the evening and attend a performance by the Symphony New Brunswick in the Imperial Theatre.
  9. Kouchibouguac National Park
    • Try saying that three times fast! Kouchibouguac National Park is a national treasure for Canada, and a nice break from the southern coast attractions of New Brunswick. Kouchibouguac stays in touch with the First Nation’s heritage of New Brunswick, featuring an interpretive wigwam to give insight to the cultures and lifestyles of the Mi’kmaq people. This park features a great mixture of wetlands, pine forests, and even sand dunes. Come at night for stargazing, and in the winter for all kinds of snowsports.
  10. Visit the Capitol, Fredericton
    • We would be remiss if we didn’t mention New Brunswick’s capital. Centrally located in the province, Fredericton is a great place to visit for its history and culture. The city hosts several music festivals throughout the year, with music ranging from jazz to symphonies. Perhaps owing to its small size and a campus of the University of New Brunswick located within the city, Fredericton is the top choice for New Brunswickian artists, boasting many famous writers and painters over its long history!