Are you looking for a home in a quiet community? Are you looking for more property? Are you looking to get the most out of your dollar? Are you selling your house? Planning to buy a new house? If you answered YES to any of theses questions then east of Ottawa might have the right home for you. In this blog list the surrounding cities and list a few communities east of Ottawa. can help you when trying to locate a house in a specific city.

We have helped many clients in the east end of Ottawa and Prescott-Russell. Below you will find a list of cities and towns to help you on your research in finding your perfect home and neighborhood. When ready contact us and we will help you with the purchase or sale of your next home.

Orleans, Ontario

Orleans, Ontario is a suburb of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the eastern part of the city of Ottawa along south side of the Ottawa River. Orleans is located about 20 km from downtown Ottawa. The Canada 2011 Census determined that Orleans’ population was 107,823. View more detailed information about Orleans Ontario on Wikipedia.


Avalon: Located south of Innes Road, west of Portobello Boulevard and east of Tenth Line Road.

Bilberry Creek: Located east of Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard, north of Highway 174 and east towards the eastern end of the development.

Cardinal Creek: Located north of Innes Road, west of Cardinal Creek and St-Joseph Blvd. Western boundary overlaps with Fallingbrook.[8]

Chapel Hill North: Located north of Innes Road in the Orléans Boulevard area and south of St-Joseph Boulevard.

Chapel Hill South: Located south of Innes Road, and north of Navan Road.

Chaperal: Located south of Innes Rd and north of Blackburn Hamlet Bypass, on Tenth Line Road.

Chateau Neuf: Is bounded by St-Joseph Boulevard on the north, Innes Road on the south. The eastern border includes Jeanne d’Arc-Sunview-Des Grives-Barsona-Place Belleterre-Duford Drive, and Orléans Boulevard borders the west.

Chatelaine Village: Located north of Highway 174 toward the Ottawa River and East of Willow Ave.

Convent Glen: Located north of Highway 174 toward the Ottawa River and west of Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard.

Convent Glen South: Located south of Highway 174 and north of St. Joseph Blvd and generally west of Orléans Blvd.

Eastridge [1]: Future community situated near Trim Road and Blackburn By-Pass Road south of Notting Gate community.

Fallingbrook: Located south of St-Joseph Boulevard, west of Trim Road, north of Innes Road and east of Tenth Line Road.[9]

Hiawatha Park: Older neighbourhood on the Ottawa River, north of Convent Glen.

Mer Bleue (future): This proposed neighbourhood would be located south of Innes Road between Mer Bleue and Tenth Line Road and south towards the Urban limit.

Notre Dame Des Champs: Near Mer Bleue and Navan Road. Houses are built on bigger lots.

Notting Gate: Located south of Innes Road, east of Portobello Boulevard, and west of Trim Road.

Orleans Village: Oldest part of Orleans, located along St-Joseph Blvd between Orléans Blvd and Duford Dr.

Orleans Wood: Located north of Highway 174 toward the Ottawa River, east of Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard and west of Champlain Street.

Queenswood Heights: Located south of St-Joseph Boulevard, west of Tenth Line Road, east of Duford Road.[10]

Queenswood Village: Older neighbourhood between Champlain St and Willow Ave, north of Highway 174.

River Walk: East of Tenth Line, north of Highway 174.



Cumberland was a township in eastern Ontario, Canada, that existed from 1800 to 1999, when it was incorporated as the City of Cumberland. Since 2001 it was amalgamated into the city of Ottawa. The township comprised the eastern portion of the suburban Orléans area, and the communities of Cumberland (a village with the same name as the township), Notre-Dame-des-Champs, Sarsfield, Vars, Carlsbad Springs and Navan.



Clarence-Rockland is a city in Eastern Ontario, Canada, in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell on the Ottawa River. Clarence-Rockland is located immediately to the east of Ottawa and is considered part of Canada’s National Capital Region in the census. The city was formed on January 1, 1998, through the amalgamation of the Town of Rockland with Clarence Township. For more detailed information concerning Clarence-Rockland visit Wikipedia.


The city includes the communities of Bourget, Cheney, Clarence, Clarence Creek, Hammond, Rockland, Saint-Pascal-Baylon.

Visit the Clarence-Rockland city website for up to date information on services and more. This community is filled with thing to see and do visit Rockland Events website for more events and things happening around the area.



Alfred and Plantagenet is a township in eastern Ontario, Canada, in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell at the confluence of the Ottawa River and the South Nation River.

The township was formed on January 1, 1997, through the amalgamation of Alfred Township, Alfred Village, North Plantagenet Township, and Plantagenet Village. For more detailed information concerning Alfred-Plantagenet visit the Wikipedia page.

For detailed information concerning services visit the township of Alfred-Plantagenet webpage.