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Clarington is a city in the province of Ontario, Canada.Newcastle was the city's previous name until 1994, when it was renamed. It has an estimated population of 84,000 people and covers 610 square kilometres of land.
Its name is derived from the words Clarke and Darlington, which refer to two former townships that are now part of the municipality.The Durham York Energy Center is located in Clarington and is responsible for transforming waste into electricity that can be used by Hydro One and its distribution network.

Population
84000

Area
610 km2

QOL Rank

New construction
0

Active listings
135

Rental listings
22

Clarington Real Estate Trends and Information

Carlington, as previously mentioned, is the most rural of the four parts that make up Clarington. The majority of the houses here are huge detached houses with front yards and backyards that are several times bigger than the house itself! This region includes some of the most expensive homes in the municipality, making it especially appealing to affluent families and individuals. Despite the variations between the two areas, Clarke and the housing options available to homebuyers are quite similar.
Courtice offers a variety of housing options at a reasonable price. Farms, detached residential houses, semi-detached townhomes, fully-attached homes, some commercial properties, a couple of low-rise condos, and some rental apartments are all open to prospective homebuyers. This neighbourhood has a suburban feel to it, with many of the houses being similar to one another. Bowmanville shares many of the same features as Courtice, with the exception that the homes are much bigger, more contemporary in style, and are spaced further apart from one another, resulting in a higher price tag.

Average Home Price

$1,321,043

Average Rent

$2,882

Average Condo Price

Not available

Average Detached Price

Not available

Exploring Clarington

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Entertainment

The Canadian Tire Motorsport Park is one of Clarington's most famous attractions. Throughout the year, this multi-track venue hosts a variety of competitions, including NASCAR, the Canadian Superbike Championship, the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, and more! It also has a Driver Development Center for those who want one-on-one advice on how to race. Until the 1970s, when the race was relocated to a Montreal track, the Canadian Grand Prix (Formula One) was held here. It has held several music festivals over the years when it is not being used as a racetrack.
The Jungle Cat World is a location that comes highly recommended if you enjoy animals. As part of the zoo's educational tour, visitors will be able to watch zookeepers feed large animals. Some of the animals will be taken out of their exhibit and shown to the crowd for those who aren't afraid of touching them. It also has a Safari Zoo Camp, where children aged 6 to 21 can stay overnight for a few days and get an insider's look at how the zoo operates.

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Education

Clarington has a limited number of secondary schools from which to choose. It's worth remembering that the municipality lacks post-secondary schools, so students would have to move to more populous cities in the Greater Toronto Area to seek college or university education.
In the municipality of Clarington, there are 33 elementary schools (K-8) for children to attend, the majority of which are operated by the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board. Central High School, Dr. Emily Stowe, Newcastle Public School, and Vincent Massey Public School are among the best schools in Clarington. These schools are graded using a combination of EQAO ratings, crime in the surrounding area of the school, and the demographics of the students' families.

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Economy

The Durham York Energy Center is based in Clarington and is responsible for transforming waste into electricity that can be used by Hydro One and its distribution network. Because of the high level of maintenance that this generation unit necessitates, it employs a large number of residents in this small town. With the large number of residential permits approved for new housing units and business operations, staff and construction firms would be in high demand to develop these properties. Over the next decade, businesses that can get their hands on creating these assets can see a lot of business and benefit. As a result, Clarington's economic growth will accelerate even further. Clarington is also very open to new companies that are just getting started. The city does not need business licences, which is a good bonus. Building new buildings or renovating an existing building, on the other hand, necessitates permits and other procedures.

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