Winnipeg has a very multi-cultural vigor. Known as an arts Mecca with theatre, ballet, symphony, and museums; there’s something for everyone including:

  • Beautiful historic district “The Exchange” with shopping, Polo Park, St. Vital, etc.
  • World Renowned Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company
  • Natural green space – wetlands, parks, trails, creeks, ponds, and lakes.
  • Unique restaurants and eateries.
  • Bakeries and farmer’s markets.
  • “The Forks” – the junction of two rivers: Red and Assiniboine where there are events, gardens, shops, artworks, and much more.
  • Local shops, boutiques, and malls.
  • Festival of Folklorama, Festival du Voyageur, Scottish Festival, and more.
  • Football (Winnipeg Blue Boomers), baseball (Winnipeg Goldeyes), hockey (Manitoba Moose Hockey), and soccer
  • Hockey and Skating – indoor/outdoor skating rinks and arenas.
  • Cross-Country Skiing, golf courses, yacht clubs, and tennis courts.

Nothing beats insider knowledge of neighbourhoods and a community’s priorities.



First-time homebuyer? New neighbourhoods are being built with a modern flare and preservation for green space. If time-strengthened character homes are more to your liking, there are plenty of tree-lined, well-established communities to choose from as well.

A few of the neighbourhoods are categorized below for an idea of the variations between them.

  • Well-established areas – River Heights, River Park South, Tuxedo Park, Mountbatten, Norwood Flats, Deer Lodge, Fraser’s Grove, and Elm Park.
  • Newer areas – Linden Woods, Whyte Ridge (1986-2007), Tuxedo West, South St. Vital (modern homes), Island Lakes, Riverbend, North Kildonan (with its great large parks), and Waverley West (which has many plans for future growth).
  • Affordable areas – Westwood, Charleswood, St James, Fort Richmond (built around University of Manitoba Campus), and Wildwood.
  • Exclusive areas – with luxury homes; Tuxedo, Linden Woods, St Andrews, South St Clements, and St. Paul.



In many of these neighbourhoods there are homes with peaceful water features like riverfront homes, river view bungalows, and lakeside cottages, lakefront condos, for resale and for lease. Not only are there many affordable homes, but also luxury and executive homes.


The surrounding areas of Winnipeg have many lots for sale, acreage, forest, horse property, and plenty of desirable green space, parks, and pristine natural preserves.


Need help deciding what type of home you want? – single-family, condo, high-rise penthouse, duplex, bungalow; resale or newly built, give me a call at 204.229.0884 or by email.