Stanley Park Subdivision

Great schools, spacious floorplans!

Located east of Farley Avenue to Haig Road, and south of Station Street to Forest Hill, this neighbourhood is home to a 1990s era subdivision called Stanley Park Estates by Staikos Homes with some Mirtren Homes as well… They feature a great mix of bungalows and two-storey brick homes on quiet streets. If you’re looking for large lots, this development may not be for you. As with many subdivisions, they maximized the use of land, which means smaller lots. Good fences make great neighbours. With some lots backing onto ravines or wetlands and plenty of park space nearby, you won’t be short of places to send the kids when you want them out of the house. Speaking of kids, with great schools nearby you can be sure they’ll be in good hands while you’re at work. With the Bayview Mall and some two easily accessible grocery stores, shopping is easy. Of course McDonald’s is always an option if you don’t feel like cooking. Please note: Quarter Pounder with cheese is JR’s favourite. It may be on the edge of Belleville’s city limits, but with it’s quiet streets and relaxed atmosphere, that’s exactly this area’s appeal.

The Skinny
Average Sale Price:$550,000
Price Ranges: $300,000 – $2,200,000
Demographics: Mid age
Walk Score: 34 (Most Errands Require a Car)

Places of Worship

  1. Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
  2. St Columba Presbyterian Church
  3. Emmanuel Baptist Church
  4. Eastminster United Church

Best Part

  1. Larger Floor Plans
  2. Some Lots Back Onto Ravine and Wetlands
  3. Close to Great Schools and Train Station

Not So Great Part

  1. Distance to Shopping, Restaurants and 401
  2. Smaller Lots


  1. The Dugout
  2. Goody’s Pizzeria
  3. Fast Food: McDonald’s, East Side Franco’s Express, Tim Hortons, KFC, Subway

Nearby Amenities

  1. YMCA
  2. Quinte Health Centre (Belleville General Hospital)
  3. Belleville Waterfront
  4. Belleville Bingo Hall
  5. Belleville Pro Bowl
  6. Shopping: Bay View Mall
  7. LCBO


  1. Stanley Park
  2. Stanley Parkette
  3. Brimley Court Green Space
  4. Haig Park
  5. Township Park

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Random Fact

Bayview Mall was previously called Belleville Plaza. It used to be an open air mall with two retail strips facing each other.