Real Estate in Centreville, New Brunswick
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Centreville is a village in Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada. Statistics Canada reported the population to be 557 in 2016, which is a 2.8% increase from the 2011 population of 542. The mayor is Michael Stewart.
Centreville is a small village, with approximately 550 residents as of 2013. It is located only two miles from the border of Maine, US, at the Bridgewater crossing. There are a few stores; Valufoods (formerly Freshmart) & Gramma's Restaurant & Bake Shop. There is also a Home Hardware store and two stores offering good quality ladies clothing and extensive gift-ware. One of Centreville's known stores, M&D Convenience Store & Gas Bar shut down in late 2017 after the owner retired. Within Centreville there are three churches located in the town limits, the St. James Anglican Church, St. Pauls United Church and the Centreville Baptist Church. There is also a hair studio and a banking co-operative as well as a post office. Centreville is a service centre serving small communities such as Knoxford, Williamstown and Tracey Mills which are just outside the village. This is also a large farming community.
Centreville is also the host of annual Tractor Pulls. Alongside potatoes, it's probably what the village is best known for.