Windsor Park Real Estate Market: A Comprehensive Overview of April 2024

The real estate market in Windsor Park has shown some interesting dynamics over the past month, reflecting broader trends in the Winnipeg Regional Real Estate Board's market region. Let's dive into the details and see what April 2024 had in store for local homeowners, buyers, and real estate enthusiasts.

Key Trends and Insights from April 2024

1. Increasing Average Sale Price

The average sale price in Windsor Park for April 2024 stood at $384,705, marking a significant increase from $361,288 in March 2024 and slightly above the average over the last quarter ($369,539). This uptick is indicative of a strengthening market that could benefit sellers looking for a favorable exit.

2. Sales and Listings Dynamics

Though the number of sales slightly decreased to 12 in April from 16 in March, the sales-to-active listings ratio remained high at 90%, consistent with last year’s figures. This high ratio underlines a market where demand continues to match up robustly against the supply.

3. New Listings and Active Listings

There has been a noticeable adjustment in new and active listings, with new listings at 13 for April down from 20 in March, and active listings at 20, more than double the previous month's 9. This growth in active listings provides more options for buyers, even as the market remains competitive.

4. Price Ratios

A very telling statistic in April was the sold price to list price ratio, which stood at an impressive 104%. This is a clear indicator that properties in Windsor Park are not only selling at their asking price but often exceeding it, suggesting strong buyer competition and a seller's market.

5. Days on Market

Homes in Windsor Park are selling faster, with the average days on market at 8 in April, down from 9 in March and significantly faster than the 16 days in the last quarter. This swift turnaround is great news for sellers, indicating that well-priced homes are likely to sell quickly.

Broader Market Perspective

The Winnipeg Regional Real Estate Board reports a 27% increase in all MLS® sales in April 2024 over March, and a 29% increase over last April, with total MLS® dollar volume up by an impressive 41%. This robust activity indicates a healthy, buoyant market. Furthermore, the year-to-date statistics for residential detached homes show a 17% increase in sales and an 8% rise in average prices, painting a picture of sustained growth and demand.


The Windsor Park real estate market is vibrant and dynamic, characterized by rising prices, competitive selling conditions, and a relatively quick turnover of listed properties. For prospective buyers, the market demands decisiveness and readiness, given the high sale-to-list price ratios and fast-selling conditions. Sellers, on the other hand, can look forward to potentially favorable conditions if they decide to list.

As we move further into 2024, keeping an eye on these trends will be crucial for anyone engaged in the Windsor Park real estate market, whether you're buying, selling, or simply keeping an eye on the market.

Amy McDermid



Nestled within the serene confines of Windsor Park lies a treasure trove of hidden gems, inviting residents and visitors alike to discover the beauty of its parks and outdoor spaces. From Crestwood Park's peaceful ambiance to the vibrant energy of Durham Park, each locale offers its own unique allure and opportunities for leisure, exercise, and community connection.

Crestwood Park, tucked between Crestwood Crescent and Conifer Crescent, stands out for its tranquil atmosphere and family-friendly amenities. With playgrounds for children and ample green space for relaxation and leisure activities, it serves as a cherished retreat from the bustling city life.

Cherry Park, at the corner of Autumnwood Drive and Cherry Crescent, offers two baseball diamonds and plenty of greenery for recreation and relaxation. These smaller parks play a vital role in urban areas, providing pockets of nature for nearby residents to enjoy outdoor activities and fostering a connection to the community.

Westmount Park, boasting four soccer fields and a playground, serves as a vibrant recreational hub for its community. Its well-maintained facilities cater to both organized sports and leisurely play, ensuring there's something for everyone to enjoy.

Lomond Park, with its soccer fields, wading pool, and playground, stands as a beloved sanctuary within Winnipeg. Families gather to partake in the joys of outdoor recreation and community connection, creating cherished memories amidst the park's natural beauty.

Jubinville Park, offers a serene escape amidst lush greenery. Its vibrant playground serves as a focal point for families seeking outdoor fun and adventure, fostering a warm and welcoming atmosphere that embodies the spirit of community.

Vincent Massey Park, emerges as a cherished gem within the neighborhood, providing a blend of outdoor recreation and community engagement. Its soccer fields and playground offer opportunities for both athletic pursuits and imaginative play, catering to the diverse interests of its visitors.

Howden Park, presents a tranquil haven where residents can immerse themselves in nature and community. Its soccer field and playground provide opportunities for both organized sports and leisurely recreation, fostering a sense of connection and belonging.

Frontenac Park, is a serene oasis for residents and visitors alike, inviting them to unwind and reconnect with nature. Its walking path and playground offer opportunities for leisurely strolls and outdoor play, creating a tranquil setting for moments of quiet reflection and joyful exploration.

Applewood Park, nestled at the end of a quiet bay, offers a picturesque setting for outdoor play and recreation. Its charming playground serves as a whimsical oasis where children can explore and embark on exciting adventures amidst towering trees and lush foliage.

Agate Park, provides a tranquil retreat amidst the urban landscape. Its inviting playground offers a safe and inviting environment for children to engage in outdoor play and social interaction, fostering a sense of community and belonging.

Berkshire Park, represents Winnipeg's commitment to providing accessible and enjoyable green spaces. Its wading pool, washroom facilities, and playground offer opportunities for families to create cherished memories and bask in the simple pleasures of outdoor recreation.

Wickham Park, offers a delightful escape for families seeking outdoor adventures. Its charming playground serves as a vibrant hub of excitement and imagination, inviting laughter and fostering friendships amidst the park's serene surroundings. Whether you're seeking a peaceful retreat or an active day of play, Windsor Park's parks and outdoor spaces provide something for everyone to enjoy and explore.

The Niakwa Trail is a popular multi-use trail that winds its way through various neighborhoods in the eastern part of the city and runs along the south side of Windsor Park. The trail provides residents and visitors with an excellent opportunity to explore the natural beauty of Winnipeg while engaging in outdoor activities such as walking, jogging, cycling, and rollerblading. Stretching for several kilometers, the Niakwa Trail meanders through parks, green spaces, and along scenic riverbanks, offering picturesque views and a peaceful ambiance. It's a great option for those seeking a leisurely stroll or a more vigorous workout in a scenic setting. One notable feature of the Niakwa Trail is its accessibility and connectivity. It links to other trail systems in the city, allowing users to extend their journey and explore different parts of Winnipeg. Additionally, the trail is well-maintained and clearly marked, making it easy for users to navigate and enjoy their outdoor experience. Whether you're looking for a relaxing walk amidst nature or a challenging bike ride through urban landscapes, the Niakwa Trail offers something for everyone.

Art McOuat Memorial Park located at 910 Magnot Street and is named in honor of Art McOuat, a dedicated community member known for his contributions to the area. The park serves as a green space within the neighborhood, providing residents and visitors with opportunities for outdoor recreation and relaxation. At the heart of Art McOuat Memorial Park are its impressive sports facilities, which include two baseball diamonds, one football field, and two soccer fields. These well-maintained fields serve as the backdrop for countless hours of friendly competition, teamwork, and athletic achievement. Whether it's a thrilling game of baseball, football, or soccer, the park's versatile fields cater to athletes of all ages and skill levels, fostering a love for sport and promoting an active lifestyle within the community. the home of the Falcons Football Club (FFC), a non-profit, community-based tackle football club dedicated to promoting and developing amateur football in the Bonivital area of Winnipeg. In addition to its sports facilities, Art McOuat Memorial Park is also home to the Maginot Arena, adding another layer of excitement and activity to the park's dynamic landscape. The arena provides a venue for ice sports such as hockey and figure skating, offering residents the chance to lace up their skates and glide across the ice in the heart of their community. Beyond its athletic offerings, Art McOuat Memorial Park serves as a gathering place for families, friends, and neighbors to come together and enjoy the great outdoors. With ample green space, picnic areas, and walking paths, the park invites visitors to relax, unwind, and connect with nature in a serene and picturesque setting. These facilities cater to a wide range of interests and age groups, making the park a popular destination for families, individuals, and groups alike.

Winakwa Community Centre, located at 980 Winakwa Road, serves as a dynamic hub for recreational activities and community engagement. Boasting two baseball diamonds and four soccer fields, the center provides ample space for athletes of all ages and skill levels to participate in organized leagues and friendly matches. Additionally, visitors can enjoy the off-leash dog area, outdoor pool, playground, outdoor hockey rink, and tennis courts, offering a diverse range of activities for residents to embrace throughout the year. With the inclusion of a community garden, the center fosters a sense of stewardship for the environment while providing a space for neighbors to come together, further solidifying its role as a cherished gathering place for the community.


Amy McDermid 

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Don’t let the cold trap you inside.  There is plenty to do in February in Winnipeg.  With that in mind, we have created the following list.  The only criteria: the event had to sound interesting, and cost less than $20 per person.  Many of these options are even FREE!!



February 2, 2018 | 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. | Mardi Gras Dance and Costume Party. For all ages.  Dress up and partake in the festivities.  Offering plenty of prizes and games for children, teens, and adults.  There will be dancing, pizza, and pop. Co-hosted by knights of Columbus and St. Ignatius Youth Ministry. Location: St. Ignatius Church, 255 Stafford Street, Winnipeg.



February 2, 2018| 6:00 p.m. | Camerata Nova at Guy Maddin's Temple of Lost Things. Wander down the Red River Mutual Trail to Warming Huts v.2018 Invited Artist Guy Maddin's Temple of Lost Things constructed from Red River ice + driftwood to experience a choral performance like no other. Choral ensemble Camerata Nova will perform inside the Hut, below Queen Elizabeth Way Bridge, providing exceptionally unique acoustics. Location: Red River Mutual Trail



February 1-4, 2018 | Greendell Winter Carnival.  Offering plenty of activities for all ages including pizza nights, magic shows, socials, pancake breakfasts, bouncers, and more.  Visit for the itinerary.  Location: Greendell Community Centre, 75 Woodlawn Avenue, Winnipeg



February 1-7, 2018 | La Poutine Week. A weeklong food festival celebrating the great French-Canadian classic – poutine! From the same geniuses behind Le Burger Week!  This year, there are 80 restaurants in Winnipeg participating.  For a list of participants, visit:



February 2-4, 2018 | Ironman Outdoor Curling Bonspiel. this is Canada’s largest outdoor curling bonspiel - 88 teams field & 10 sheets of ice. The Bonspiel (est. 2001) is a fundraiser for the Heart & Stroke Foundation. All ages, skill levels and genders are welcome. Location: Beachcombers



February 3, 2018 | Robert Steen Community Centre Winter Carnival.  Offering activities for all ages, some of which include a family dance, pancake breakfast, interactive learning sessions, bingo, hay rides, and more.  Tickets are $10 (or $12 at the door) per adult, $5.00 per child 10-17, kids 9 & under are FREE. Visit for more information.  Location: Robert Steen Community Centre, 980 Palmerston Avenue

February 3, 2018 | St Norbert Heritage Day. A day full of free family activities celebrating the culture and heritage of our community. Visit for more information.  Location: St Norbert Community Centre, 3450 Pembina Highway

February 3, 2018 | 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. | Just for Kids Marble Run Mania. Design and build your own marble run using cardboard recyclables, then watch those marbles fly! Experiment with speed, gravity, angles and your imagination. Free. Register online at Location: Louis Riel Library, 1168 Dakota Street

February 4, 2018 | 8:00 a.m. | The Great Skate.  A free 6km race on the Red River Mutual Trail, organized by November Project Winnipeg. Open to all abilities! Location: South Atrium in The Forks Market

February 1-28, 2018 | Ice Castles Winnipeg. You likely have seen posts on social media from others of the expansive acre-sized Winter Wonderland, but you will only have until the end of February to view it.  All crafted by hand! Ticket prices range from $9.95-$20 depending on the day of week you go, if you are purchasing at the door, and your age.  Children under 4 are free. Location: Parks Canada Place at the Forks National Historic Site, Winnipeg

February 7, 14, 21 & 28 | 7:00 - 8:00 pm | The Forks Learn to Skate. Forks Market Atrium Learn how to: Fit, tie and wear skates so they don't hurt your feet,  Balance and stride with confidence on your skates, Stop, turn, cross cut and skate backwards, New skaters, haven't skated in 20 years skaters, and people wanting to improve current skate skills are welcome!  Skate rentals available at Iceland Skate Rentals. Location: The Forks Market Atrium

February 9-11 | The First Annual International Crokicurl Tournaspiel.  Includes tournaments, awards, and free family fun day.  You do need to register your team.  Location: The Forks Market Atrium.

February 10, 2018 | 2:00 p.m. | Folk for Families Free Concert.  Join Sonja Rasmussen as she puts on a free family concert.  For more information visit: Location: Millennium Library, 251 Donald Street.

February 10, 2018 | It’s Not a Pirate Ship! Stories of Modern Day Rigging. A family-friendly event that explores what it is like to be a modern-day rigger!  The Nonsuch Gallery is now temporarily closed for a major gallery renewal – come hear about what’s happening behind the scenes before the Nonsuch re-opens in summer 2018! Your ticket includes all-day admission to the Museum Galleries (before or after the event). Admission $14 General, $9 Child/Student (3-17, or with valid student ID), Kids under 3 get in free. Location: Manitoba Museum, 190 Rupert Avenue

February 10-11, 2018 | Central Canada Horror and Sci-Fi Expo. Formerly known as St Valentines Horror Con, Central Canada Comic Con Presents The Horror and Sci-fi Expo! Manitoba's premier Convention for all of your Horror and Sci-fi needs! Come by and see some amazing attractions, fantastic guest lineups, and ghoulish costumes. With plenty of photo opportunities around the hall, you will be bound to come away with some amazing memories! Weekend pass: $20, day pass: $10. Location: RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue

February 11, 2018 | Half Moon Market.  The Half Moon Market is a craft show with heart, in the heart of the Winnipeg's downtown. Think outside the craft box with 20+ local artisans, free admission, and a comfortable setting. Location: Inn at the Forks

February 11, 2018| 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.| Valentine Pop-Up Farmer’s Market.  A pop-up farmers' market! Local Manitoba food, crafts, clothing vendors, and artists will be there. Find the perfect Valentine's Day gift for your loved one. Location: Union Station – Via Rail



February 14, 2018| 6:00 p.m. Doors Open, 7:00 p.m. Start | Winnipeg Jets Skills Competition. Winnipeg Jets players compete head-to-head in five events. The first 5,000 fans to arrive will receive a Winnipeg Jets Collectors Cup.  There will be exciting prize giveaways throughout the night for all fans in attendance.  Proceeds benefit the True North Youth Foundation and the NHLPA Goals and Dreams Fund.  Cost: $20, $15, $10 depending on the ticket. Tickets can be purchased at: Location:  Bell MTS Place - 300 Portage Ave. 

February 15, 2018 | 6:30-7:30 p.m.| National Film Board of Canada Film Club For Kids. Especially selected for young audiences, five animated shorts will move and entertain the whole family: Janice Nadeau’s Mamie, Janet Perlman’s Bully Dance, Pierre Sylvestre’s Cot Cot, Bertrand Langlois’ Demon and Marvels and Judith Klein’s Catuor. Register online at Location: Westwood Library, 66 Allard Avenue, Winnipeg

February 16-18, 2018 | Winnipeg Wellness Expo. Learn about many of the new and some ancient products and services available to you to help enhance or improve your quality of life. The Wellness Expo now consumes the entire first floor of the RBC Convention Centre to bring you the ultimate Body, Mind Soul Experience. General Admission: $10.00 per day, Seniors / Students: $8.00 per day, under 14 years old free. Location: RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue

February 16-25, 2018 | Festival du Voyageur.  Could we call this a guide if we forgot Festival?  Heck no!  Every winter since 1970, Saint-Boniface, Winnipeg’s French quarter, is transformed into a winter paradise and becomes host to the largest winter festival in Western Canada. Voyageur, Métis and First Nations histories are brought back to life, not only through the historical interpretation offered inside reconstructed Fort Gibraltar, but also through the many attractions inside Voyageur Park and at the festival’s various official sites. Music of old, traditional cuisine, sensational snow sculptures and captivating shows are but a few examples of the entertainment you can expect to witness during this convivial gathering. Offering a vast array of historical, recreational and educational activities, Festival du Voyageur has something for all tastes and all ages! For more information, visit:  Location: Voyageur Park, St. Boniface

February 17, 2018 | 2:00-4:00 p.m.| Just for Kids Lego Block Party. Test your LEGO® logic by answering skill testing trivia questions, read some amazing LEGO® stories, make your own bookmark to take home...and more! Free. Registration required. Register at to register. Location: Sir William Stephenson Library, 765 Keewatin Street, Winnipeg

February 19, 2018 | Wild Winter Canoe Race.  Yes, it's a canoe race – in the winter – on the ice. Have a blast and help Inclusion Winnipeg raise money to support the Emergency Card Project for the design of a communication tool to be used by people with communication challenges in situations of distress or emergency.  You do need to register in advance.  For more information or to register, please visit:  Location: Red River Mutual Trail.

February 2, 9, 16, 23 | 8:30 p.m.| Wee Johnny’s Comedy Night.  The first Friday of every month is Women’s Open Mic Comedy hosted by Dana Smith.  The other Friday’s alternate between Stand-up comedy, Sketch Comedy, and Alternative Comedy shows. Price: $5.  Location: Wee Johnny’s, 177 McDermot Avenue

February 23, 2018 | 1:00 – 7:00 p.m. | Blood Donor Clinic. We thought it would be nice to finish off the month with some charitable giving. It’s in you to give! To book an appointment please call 1-888-2-DONATE (1-888-236-6283). Location: CanadInn Transcona attached to Nashville’s.



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