Fairview Knoll and Sunny Acres areas of Moncton

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The Fairview Knoll / Sunny Acres residential area of Moncton offers easy access to the Trans Canada Highway and the ever expanding Caledonia Industrial Estates, the business hub of the Atlantic Provinces. In total there are over 80 companies located in Caledonia Industrial Estates.

Some of the larger corporate employers include Spielo GTech, Molson, Shoppers Drug Mart (Matrix), Source Medical, Al-Pack, NBPower, Detroit Diesel- Allison, Bunzl Canada, Sears Canada, Irving Personal Care, Shur-Gain, Loblaw Atlantic, Stihl Canada, Atlantic Tractors & Equipment Ltd, Canada Bread Atlantic, Canadian Gaming Service, Keltic Transportation, Kraft Canada, Sysco Food Service of Atlantic Canada, Maritime Ontario Freight Lines, AMJ Campbell Van Lines, East Coast International Trucks, Hertz Equipment Rentals, Jacques Whitford Stantec, Liebherr Canada, Penske Truck Leasing and Maritime Thermo King.

The age of housing in the Fairview Knoll / Sunny Acres area ranges from approximately forty five years old to almost new. Currently however there is less than a handful of building lots left in the area.

Housing types in the Fairview Knoll / Sunny Acres area ranges from modestly priced three bedroom bungalows to executive style two storey homes. In the last twelve months the average sale price of a bungalow in the area was $116,000. In the same time period the most expensive executive house sold for $259,000.

The Fairview Knoll / Sunny Acres area recreational facilities include the Royal Oaks Golf Course, the Maplewood Golf Course and the Irishtown Nature Park. This picturesque nature park consists of 2,200 acres of forest and 250 acres of water.

Schools serving the residents of Fairview Knoll and Sunny Acres include École Le Mascaret and École L'Odyssée (both opened in 2005) as well as the Forest Glen School (elementary) and the Sunny Brae Middle School.

The Fairview Knoll / Sunny Acres area is located about mid way between to major shopping and entertainment areas, the Trinity area of Mountain Road and Champlain Place in Dieppe.

Fairview Knoll neighbourhood park

 Fairview Knoll Park

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Jo-Anne Smith, Sales Representative
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Larry,

Sounds like a very nice neighbourhood with a lot to offer....

Jo

March 25, 2010 08:24 PM
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Laurie

We are looking at a house in the Sunny Acres area (Drummond St., Notingham Dr.) but we are unsure since it isn't recognized as one of the "sought-after neighborhoods" of Moncton. We are afraid to invest in a house when the neighborhood won't have the same assessment.

Any comments on the area?

June 14, 2010 09:01 AM
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Larry Estabrooks
REALTOR®, Moncton, NB
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Hello Laurie,

The Drummond St, Notingham Dr area is known as the Valleyview subdivision, not Sunny Acres.

If you equate sought after neighbourhoods with the number of sales then most of those are the newer semi-detached neighbourhoods in the North end of Moncton.

It is certainly true that in real estate that when evaluating a property you should consider the principle of conformity. If the property does not conform to the properties around it, the value could be affected either negatively or positively.

So for which area would you like a comment? The original Sunny Acres, Sunny Acres West or Valleyview? 

June 14, 2010 09:47 AM
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Laurie

I was unsure if it was considered Sunny Acres or not, but was unable to find what else it would be.

I guess we would like to know more about Valleyview since we 're not from Moncton and haven't heard anything about it so far.

When I say 'sought-after areas' I think of newer areas in Dieppe or Moncton, or older areas such as Kingswood Park, Old West End, etc.

June 14, 2010 07:25 PM
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Larry Estabrooks
REALTOR®, Moncton, NB
a Fully Independent Real Estate Agent -

Thanks Laurie. You may not want to post it here so I suggest that you email me the answer to this question which I should ask. - Are you currently represented by a New Brunswick real estate licensee?

The area behind the Arnold H. MacLeod elementary school is known as the Valleyview Subdivision which was developed in phases over the last thirty something years. Most of the housing stock is modest but some are above average. There is stiil some room for new streets. Historically expansion in the area has been slow however some like that kind of slow, quiet growth in their neighbourhood. There is lots of green space in the area which also features the Humphrey Brook Walking Trail.

All the other areas around the school are known as Lewisville, which was a Village before being amalgamated into the City of Moncton over 40 years ago. Most of the housing stock is older than the Valleyview area.

Does this help?

June 15, 2010 08:45 AM
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