Chapelle Homes for Sale

Chapelle Homes for Sale 

Visit Chapelle Homes for sale for active MLS® listings of houses, duplexes, townhomes and condos for sale in this southwest Edmonton neighbourhood that makes up the areas of Creekwood Chapelle and Chapelle Gardens.  As we end 2014, the average selling price for a single family detached house in Chapelle for the year is now sitting at $484,809.   Comparing the selling price average to last year,  the average sold price for a home in Chapelle was $442,114.  That is an increase in property values of 9.7% on an annual basis in Chapelle. These average sale price amounts above are based on a single family detached home sale; the other property classes such as duplexes or condominiums are not included in these average selling price stats.  In the upper end / luxury price segment of the Chapelle Edmonton real estate market, the highest price that a home sold for so far in 2014 has been $860,000.    This property was almost 3000 square feet with a quadruple attached garage.   At the entry level end of the market for Chapelle Edmonton,  the lowest priced home in the neighbourhood this year that sold, sold for $358,000.  This sale was a 1300 square foot home with an unfinished basement and no garage.    On average it has been taking 65 days to sell a home in Chapelle, Edmonton this year. This is longer than the Edmonton average days on market of 40 days in 2014.  Going back to 2011, Chapelle real estate property values have increased by 24%.

The Duplex / rowhouse market makes up a good percentage of sales in Chapelle.  The average sale price for a duplex / rowhouse (not a condo) in Chapelle has been $338,018 in 2014.  The highest that an attached home has sold for in the neighbourhood this year was $383,500 and the most affordable home sold for $197,000.  On average it takes 32 days to sell a duplex / rowhouse in Chapelle this year. 

And lastly, in the Chapelle condo market, the average sale price in 2014 for a condo has reached $291,637.  This average selling price is higher than most new neighbourhoods and the reason being that the sales were all townhouse style, no apartment style condos sold.  The condo complexes that had units sell in them included Mosaic Vista.  


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