Orleans Bungalows for Sale
Our Orleans bungalows are an exclusive Valecraft addition to Bradley Estates, a well-established community in the suburb of Orleans, just east of downtown Ottawa. This one-of-a-kind location allows our Bradley Estates residents to enjoy a balance between suburban living and nature getaway.
The Mer Bleue Conservation Area is located directly behind our Bradley Estates community, so that residents of our Orleans bungalows can walk out their homes and into beautiful natural views. Enjoy mornings on the open patio of your home observing local birds and other wildlife.
While our Orleans bungalows for sale may provide a unique feel of country living, they aren’t without the modern luxuries and conveniences you can expect from Valecraft homes. The classic design combination of solid oak handrails, silver light fixtures and ceramic tile make the interior of your home as appealing as its full brick and stone front elevation. With large lot sizes and a finished 21’ wide basement, our bungalows for sale in Orleans reflect the high level craftsmanship that goes into each of our bungalows and come in a variety of models to suit your needs and preferences.
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View our Orleans Bungalow Model Lineup
Visit this 3 bedroom bungalow in Orleans and move-in… More Details$550,055
Early Occupancy 3 Bedrooms Bungalow in Orleans. More Details$556,500
Orleans bungalow with modern exterior elevation. More Details$559,000
Visit this 3 bedroom bungalow in Orleans. More Details$562,900
The St. Jerome model is sold out. More Details
The Santa Clara model is sold out. Choose Elevation… More Details
The corner lot bungalow has been sold. More Details
The Montebello II model is sold out. More Details
Bungalow with optional loft or studio. More Details
The Orleans Community
Our Orleans bungalows are located in one of the best communities in Ontario for bilingual schools and facilities. This quiet suburb contains a significant francophone population and honors its French heritage.
For ice-skating, make your way to the Elizabeth Manley skating rink. The Ray Friel Recreational Complex is home to a variety of indoor and outdoor sports facilities, as well as a public library, high school and restaurant. If you’re interested in visual or performing arts, head to an event at the Shenkman Arts Centre.
One of the most appealing aspects of living in Orleans is the proximity to nature. Enjoy the river by renting a canoe or kayak, or head over to Petrie Island. Here, you can explore lagoons and wetlands while learning more about this unique environment at the nature centre.
Steps to the outdoor pursuits of Mer Bleue Park and minutes to everything Orleans and Ottawa has to offer.