Saint-Élie-d’Orford

At the edge of town, at the foot of the mountain

Location

Living environment

Founded in the early 19th century, St-Élie d'Orford was formerly part of the Township of Orford. Although the mountainous terrain made the district less conducive to agriculture, it expanded nonetheless with the arrival of Scottish and Irish families.

Advantages

Advantages

Positioned as a main gateway to Sherbrooke from Montreal, St-Élie d'Orford provides ample access to those who appreciate easy travel from one municipality to another.

Everyday living

Everyday living

The Borough’s accessibility has instigated its current boom, welcoming several small businesses and new families wishing to enjoy Saint-Élie’s numerous benefits.

Demographics

Area : 156 km²
Number of inhabitants : 37 524 persons
Density (inhabitants/km2) : 241 per km²

% per age group

% of households

Spoken languages

French : 95,4 %
English : 2,3 %
Others : 2,3 %

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Average price

Single home

2015 : $210,529
2014 : $227,398
2013 : $212,502
2012 : $201,130
2011 : $199,359

Condominiums

2014 : $121,500
2013 : $127,000
2012 : $162,000
2011 : $110,000

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