If you’re from the East Coast, chances are you’ve heard that Shediac, NB is home to Canada’s warmest saltwater beaches, and the world’s largest lobster. But if you’ve had a chance to visit, you know that Shediac is home to a unique feeling all its own.
Rich Acadian culture is present in just about every restaurant, boutique, and business making it a culturally vibrant and friendly town that I’m proud to live in. Shediac’s warm hospitality is at its peak in the summertime, and many tourists come from all over the region to experience all the town has to offer, including a number of festivals and events in the area.
Shediac is a small town of approximately 7,000 residents and with it comes the small town charm you would expect. But it also has many of the amenities you would find in any larger city. In fact, it is currently home to over 135 businesses and offices in the Downtown and surrounding areas.
Here you will find schools in both official languages, affordable municipal services, as well as several major employers in both the public and private sectors. It’s proximity to Moncton & Dieppe make it a perfect place to call home no matter where you work because of the short commute.
Recreational programs, trail systems, a bustling and charming downtown sector, this seaside resort town offers something for everyone and truly is coastal living, refined.
The details, refined
Shediac is located approximately 15 minutes east of Moncton
Drive time to downtown Moncton
The Anglophone East School locator will confirm English schools here.
The Francophone South school district map can be found here.
Neighbourhood features include
Large, treed lots
Walking trail system
Amenities nearby (grocery, hardware, coffee shops, etc.)
Multi-family and single-family.
If you would like to learn more about living in Shediac, please do not hesitate to fill out my webform or call me direct at (506)-866-9693 to discuss further.