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What's it really like living in Almonte?

With a rich local history, vibrant residents, and picturesque surroundings, Almonte has grown from a former mill town to a well-rounded and desirable bedroom community. Here, let us show you around…

The Charm

Nestled along the Mississippi River, Almonte’s historic village core is filled with independent shops, cafés, bistros, and pubs, giving this town a bit of charming action in the midst of the peace and quiet.

The Culture

Almonte real estate attracts a vibrant artisan community with talented artists and performers, as well as some empty-nesters and retirees. The community itself is very walkable, featuring many pathways and excellent commuting routes.

The Must-Sees

Experience the community like a local by taking a walk along Mill Street, the main street of Almonte. Extensive hiking and skiing trails are accessible year-round at the Mill of Kintail Conservation Area, or you can kayak, canoe, or paddleboard along the Mississippi River.

Notable sites include the R. Tait McKenzie Museum, which showcases the artist’s work as a sculptor, philosopher, and physician, as well as the Former Almonte Post Office National Historic Site.

The Real Estate

When it comes to living in Almonte, you’ll find a blend of historical Victorian homes and adult lifestyle bungalows in this community, providing buyers with a mix of old and new Almonte homes for sale. Almonte real estate also includes developing residential pockets that attract empty-nesters and retirees.

Average Sales Price

Residential Property

$625,413 (2023)

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