Search for property
Jean Richer & Irene Bilinski
Bilingual Sales Representatives


Huntley is an historic township originally part of Carleton County in eastern Ontario, Canada. Huntley was located in the western part of the county, bordered to the northwest by Fitzroy Township, to the northeast by March Township, to the southwest by Lanark County and to the southeast by Goulbourn Township. The township was established in 1841. The first settlers in the area were immigrants from Ireland in the early 19th century. In 1974, it was amalgamated with Torbolton and Fitzroy to form West Carleton. In 2001, West Carleton became part of the new City of Ottawa. The Town of Carp was located in Huntley Township. Huntley took its name from Huntly Castle, associated with Lady Charlotte Gordon, the wife of Charles Lennox, 4th Duke of Richmond, Governor General of British North America from 1818 to 1819. According to the Canada 2001 Census, the Township had a population of 6,435.


For more information concerning Huntley, contact one of our Ottawa Living Real Estate Sales Representatives at 613.288.9144 and let us show you a few homes to make your own.


View More